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Aquafree Dry Bag, 100% Waterproof Backpack 30L Upgraded Version – Black

To ensure a waterproof seal, be sure to roll the top a minimum of 3-4 times, and securely close the buckle. These Dry Bags bodies are made of awesome-premium material, aesthetic and comfortable, but heavy duty and durable tough, stay soft and flexible even in the coldest weather. You can treat them as waterproof school bag, waterproof gear bag, waterproof outdoor bag, scuba dive bag,waterproof beach bag, kayak bag, camping bag, underwater bag, waterproof pouch, waterproof travel backpack, marine dry bag, boating bag , sailing bag, canoeing bag, dry storage bag, compression dry bag, fisherman bag, hunting bag, hiking bag, adventure waterproof backpack,wet dry bag, ect. They have a funny name called “tagalong”, as they can tag along with you wherever you like, traveling, swimming, diving, surfing, rafting, outdoor walking, camping, water sports, kayaking, boating, white water Rafting, dive gear, island hopping, skiing, snowboarding, whatever. They will keep your personal stuff clean, safe and dry. If you need ,they can float in a lake, river, or ocean.

Product Features

  • 100% Waterproof Guarantee
  • 4 Sizes, 4 Colors, 2 Designs Available
  • Durable and Multi-purpose Storage Application
  • Good looking, Heavy Duty and Reliable Protection
  • A Perfect Gift for Your lover, Children, Family, Workmate or Friend

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Whistlers Mom says:

Sometimes a dry shirt is the greatest luxury in the world This is a bag designed to keep things dry when you’re hiking, biking, boating, or diving. Is it really waterproof?Well, I put one pair of pants, three shirts, and three pairs of underpants in it. I folded over the top TWICE (not the three or four times recommended in the instructions.) I wanted to find out if it would work for a lazy person. Then I held it under the shower for ten minutes – being careful to hold it both right-side-up and up-side-down. Unrolled it and all…

Miss Barbara says:

Secured it to my canoe yoke and hoped for smooth sailing. I’ve been wanting to try out a Dry Sack for some time now. I have a small cabin that I spend a lot of time at and usually canoe to for short weekend trips. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve hit chop and had my change of clothes, bread/grains and my wallet become waterlogged. I took the sack this weekend and had smooth sailing but was secure that I wouldn’t be in a predicament if I had been in waves.The bag is 5-liters (think of a mini-keg). Though not huge it is sufficient to…

Lewis A Edge Jr says:

Holds Water In – Keeps Water Out It was a pleasure to review the AquaFree waterproof 5 Liter camping bag in exchange for a sample. This sturdy waterproof bag can be used for camping, a day at the beach, protecting camera equipment or just transporting water using this as a handy and collapsible bag. Closure of the bag is provided by roll the top flap over 3 times and then closing the buckle. I filled the bag and followed these directions and the buckle closed neatly providing a spill proof bag. 5 liters of water is a good test…

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