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Aquapac 35L Wet & Dry Backpack - 789




Go down the river, stop for a side hike and throw your Aquapac 35L Wet & Dry Backpack on your back with no worries about your gear being wet. 100% PVC-Free material stays supple and crack-free even when it's really cold. A large internal pocket allows you to separate your wet and dry things (or dirty and clean things) stowed safely in the same bag. PU-coated fabrics with taped seams prevent water from seeping in through the seams, even where they are sewn. A quick-access key pocket means there is no need to scrabble around inside the bag for those small items. Proven 3-roll seal quick and easy closure provides excellent sealing against the elements. The external mesh pockets let you keep a water bottle or pump quick and easy to get to. Take out the removable back support/seat to dry it quickly after a soaking, or protect yourself when sitting on rough terrain. The pocket can be used for hydration bladder, add in a bladder and clip the hose to the carabiner supplied, to stay hydrated on the trail. Integral helmet/light lash lets you easily add a light to your back, or clip on your helmet to stay hands-free. The breathable mesh straps are quick-drying for lightweight comfort. Reflective logo print lets you be seen at night with reflective ink on your back, but is subtle in daylight. Chest and waist straps keep the backpack securely in place when you are moving on the trail. Carabiner lashes give you a place to attach your GPS, water-bottle or safety equipment to keep it convenient and your hands-free.

Price : $ 109.95


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Dry Bags and Gear Checklist

Get a bag larger than you need : At least 1/3 of the dry bag will be "empty", even when full, so get one larger than you think you need.
Make sure you have a small, separate one for all those pesky little things : Such as keys, wallet, snack, the list is endless....
Protect Your Electronics! If you take electronic items out on the river, protect them...rivers and iPods are a poor mix.
Don't forget the rope. You need something to lash dry bags down to your raft or canoe. And keep it lashed at ALL times!!
See Through Bag? No privacy for your stuff, and it looks bad, but it's highly functional. Especially handy for smaller bags you go in and out of frequently.

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