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SealLine Pro Pack 115 Dry Bag

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    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING:
    This product can expose you to chemicals including diisononyl phthalate, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. P65Warnings.ca.gov
    115L (6940cu in)
    Backpack Carry:
    adjustable suspension system
    12.5 x 18.5 x 30in
    Claimed Weight:
    6lb 3oz
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Protect your gear for the long haul.

    For long-distance hauling, portaging in nasty weather, or expedition storage, the SealLine Pro Pack 115 Dry Bag features an adjustable suspension system to help you comfortably hump your gear. The padded back panel and full hip belt stabilize the load on long treks. The roll-top closure secures with side compression straps, and the bathtub-style bottom gives you added durability.

    • A spacious dry bag for long river trips with frequent portages
    • Adjustable suspension shoulder straps for comfortable carrying
    • Watertight roll-top closure helps keep gear dry when submerged
    • Reinforced sides and bottom withstands wear from packing
    • Side cinch straps provide extra compression for big loads
    • Plastic D-rings for secure rigging on rafts and kayaks
    • Made in USA from imported materials
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Updated SealLine Pro Dry Pack

      The most comfortable, supportive, and long-haul packs on the market. With all packs made in the USA, SealLine combines its history of rugged, dependable materials with adjustable, premium suspension.

      Not well thought out

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Best Uses

      I purchased this pack for an upcoming 6 week canoe trip in northern Canada. I have an old NRS Paragon Pack (discontinued) that is still working, however I needed an additional pack for more gear/food. The Pro Pack is well built, however Seal Line's quest for a removable suspension is questionable. The addition of the quick release buckles compromise strength (one reviewer has already had numerous failures), and inhibit the adjustment of the pack while under load. With 55 pounds in the pack, neither the shoulder straps nor the shoulder tensioners could be adjusted while on my back, requiring taking the pack off to adjust them. Also, the addition of quick release buckles at the waist tensioner precludes snugging up the tensioners as attached due to the extra length associated with the buckles. If you rip a seam and redo the straps, you can make it work. I really question the need for a removable suspension for such a pack. Without the suspension, it's just a very large (110 liter!) bag with only a single top loop with which to grab. I would think that with the size of the pack, and its intended use (canoeing), the designers would fashion a pack designed as a load hauler, with more substantial paddling on the shoulder straps and hip belt, and robust and reliable buckles which function adequately when portaging. The use of quick release buckles needlessly increases the complexity of what should be a basic portage pack, and reduces its reliability and function.

      I just got back from a 6 week canoe trip in N Canada with it, and my initial impressions were correct. The shoulder buckles did not stand up to heavy use, popping undone at some very unoppurtune moments. I used nylon thread to tie the buckles in the fastened mode, and problem was solved. The shoulder straps and load lifters could not be loosened under load. The straps I added for handling dramatically eased getting them in and out of boats. Also, one of the fabric welds tore and leaked. It's going back!

      Best of the best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      My Dad and I both got this pack 6 years ago when we were looking for a pack to take on our 740 mile through paddle of the Norther Forrest Canoe trail. This pack was plenty large for us to fit all of our camping gear and food for extended periods of time, and even when the packs got pretty heavy the hip belt and shoulder straps helped balance the weight on long portages. These bags took a ton of abuse on this trip and we never had any issues with leaking. Now this pack has over 1000 miles on it and it's still kicking. If your looking for a super burly pack that will last a lifetime, look no further!

      Just what was looking for

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was in search of a dry bag for canoe trips and I think I've found the perfect one. This pack is cavernous, just eats all my gear with room to spare. The construction is excellent, the pack is robust and exceptionally waterproof, which is great for those rainy days. The suspension is what originally drove me to this pack, having owned one of the older boundary 70l packs I can say this carries like a dream in comparison. Great pack, kind of pricey, but I definitely don't regret it.

      Where are these made?

      Made in USA. U.S. and imported parts

      Looks to be a perfect fit.

        Although I have not used this bag yet, as it was purchased for a spring boundary water trip, it did match up with every requirement that I was looking for. I wanted a large bag that would hold everything I would need for a weeks trip. It had to be watertight, so as not to worry about anything getting wet. I will update this review in July.


        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I used this for a 9 day trip in the boundry waters of Minnesota. It worked great. It also floats, which gives you peace of mind when you are in ruff conditions in a canoe. Water proof, lots of storage. Its one big pocket, so it worked nice to have things in little bags for organization and sanity. Using it as a backpack is just ok. I would recommend it to someone who needs a waterproof pack, with lots of storage, and piece of mind of knowing, if you flip a canoe or raft that you can retrieve it. If you need something to backpack miles at a time, you can do it but not the best pack for that.

        Love it

          Great for canyoneering. Sizes up or down to fit your needs. Works great as flotation also (straps in front). At +70mph in the rain it's bone dry as this is also what I strap onto the back of my motard while murdercycling America. Tough as nails also, I've dropped and skidded this down sidewalls to companions and it's still waterproof years later.

          How big is the waste belt on this? I have...

          How big is the waste belt on this? I have a 42" waste and have a heck of a time finding packs that have that extra couple of inches in the wastebelt. :(

          The waistbelt on this pack is long, and should easily accommodate a 42" waist.

          SealLine Pro Pack 115

          Here, it is less than 2/3 full. Note the ability to adjust the back suspension (which can also be removed, if necessary). It is also made in the USA.

          SealLine Pro Pack 115

          Thanks for the picture. Same color as my Kayak deck. Still, there's just something about that yellow one... hmmm

          The ultimate dry bag

            This is a huge but great dry bag. It is a real dry bag, and will keep your gear dry if your boat overturns or the skies open up. But what really sets this apart (besides how large it is) is the fact that not only does it have shoulder straps, but it has a hip belt. If you have a long hike to your put-in, the hip belt is a life-saver (carrying a heavy load for any distance using just shoulder straps--or worse, a duffle with a single strap--is murder on the back). This bag really feels like a backpack, and is adjustable enough to allow you to get a comfortable fit on your hike. True, it is not as comfortable as a well-made backpack (it has no frame, and the hip belt has only a little padding), but it is certainly more comfortable than any other dry bag I have tried. And this bag is huge! Space is never an issue (the bigger issue is how much weight you can carry).

            It is true that not everyone needs a dry bag with all these features (and this size). But if you need a true dry bag that you can easily hike with (you know who you are), this bag would be hard to beat.