Compression DrySack

Compression DrySack

Sea to Summit

$39.95$49.95

The eVent® Compression Dry Sack is made from a sturdy 70D Nylon waterproof fabric in the body and lid, with an eVent® waterproof but air-permeable base that allows air to be pushed out of the sack. No need for a purge valve, making this sack lighter and simpler. The four compression straps, use hypalon roll-top non-wicking closure. These dry sacks are the epitome of durability, versatility, and compression.

Features:
  • The eVent® Compression Dry Sack won the Backpacker Editors’ Choice award, 2007
  • Waterproof hypalon roll-top closure with lid and 4 straps for compression
  • Air permeable eVent fabric base allows air to be pushed out but water can't get in
  • Rugged 70D Nylon body
  • Waterproof seams - double stitched and tape sealed
  • Reinforced stitching on all stress points
  • Pull handle on the bottom

Description

The eVent® Compression Dry Sack is made from a sturdy 70D Nylon waterproof fabric in the body and lid, with an eVent® waterproof but air-permeable base that allows air to be pushed out of the sack. No need for a purge valve, making this sack lighter and simpler. The four compression straps, use hypalon roll-top non-wicking closure. These dry sacks are the epitome of durability, versatility, and compression.

Features:

  • The eVent® Compression Dry Sack won the Backpacker Editors’ Choice award, 2007
  • Waterproof hypalon roll-top closure with lid and 4 straps for compression
  • Air permeable eVent fabric base allows air to be pushed out but water can’t get in
  • Rugged 70D Nylon body
  • Waterproof seams – double stitched and tape sealed
  • Reinforced stitching on all stress points
  • Pull handle on the bottom

Additional information

Option

X Small / 6 Liter, Medium / 14 Liter, Large / 20 Liter, Small / 10 Liter

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