Advanced Elements PackLite Dry Bag Set
Advanced Elements PackLite Dry Bag Set
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Designed to provide lightweight protection from the elements, this PackLite set includes three roll-top dry bags in different sizes and set colors. In 3-liter, 5-liter, and 10-liter volumes, these bags offer a number of dry storage options Read More

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Fmgamel
0
Jun 26, 2019
Does this ship to Brazil? How do i know i can get a product here?
michigandave
17
May 14, 2019
They resemble the Outdoor Products roll top bags I've bought at wally-world, but maybe the fabric is a little thicker. I know the roll top tabs are prone to tearing on the OP bags (have a bunch of them fail) and I'm wondering how these roll tops compare, since that's the weak point.
kerrizor
13
May 16, 2019
I've had mine for a year, traveling 50,000 miles living out of them on my motorcycle, and they're still ready to go.
These bags are not meant to be fully submerged in the water, but are water resistant. Please check out all the reviews for the best use of these light-weight and inexpensive Dry bags.
Rocksy26
2
Jan 2, 2019
If you want a real lightweight dry sack that actually keeps stuff dry, come home to Granite Gear. I'm very surprised anyone would sell a dry bag that doesn't keep stuff dry. BUYER BEWARE.
xWarewolfx
Nov 17, 2018
The seams aren’t sealed? On a waterproof bag?!? LOL- hard pass.
DanTreview
153
Jul 2, 2019
I just use the Osprey dry sack that goes with my pack. It's waterproof (not water resistant) and never let me down. Great quality.
CardinalZin
21
Jul 2, 2019
Many thanks. Got it. I'll stick to the proper waterproof dry bags.
BarryBogave
124
Jul 18, 2018
I'm not trying to be difficult here or offend anyone, but what's the point of a "dry bag" that doesn't keep things dry?
I used this on a small water ski boat to keep my dry clothes, well you know, dry...but since the bag was placed on the floor they were soaked once I opened the bag. Other than looking cooler than a grocery bag, what's the point?
BarryBogave
124
Jul 20, 2018
Actually it was closed correctly....it’s just not a “dry bag” but rather a slash proof bag....
JimboJones
49
Jul 23, 2018
Dry sacks like these and heavier duty "dry bags" should keep your stuff dry. I have an Outdoor Research bag just like this, and I would easily trust it in a kayak. I'm not sure what a splash proof bag is, but I don't think I'd trust one on water.
RMC0109
137
Jul 9, 2018
Tested these out in my swimming pool this weekend; they are NOT dry bags. All three allowed water into the bag. I would say at best these are water resistant. Biggest issue is that the seams are not sealed, so I'm guessing the water got in that way. Very disappointed in these bags, and probably will never use them.
namhod
1987
May 1, 2018
I have skipped on this drop a bunch of times. Not this one. I like my stuff to be organized in my pack. Plus dry bags. Awesome.
TAZMANIAC
0
Apr 30, 2018
How do you know the shipping/taxes?
ChurchillW
421
Apr 30, 2018
For shipping click on the join drop button and it will tell you. Shipping varies based on shipping destination.
amham
26
Feb 9, 2018
As cheap as cheap can be made, very disappointed!
abstractdenial
56
May 2, 2018
For what it's worth, I haven't had a problem with mine, and I've been using them in my kayak for almost 2 years now.
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