SealLine Storm Sack Dry Bag

Your body isn’t the only thing that needs to stay dry.

The SealLine Storm Sack Dry Bags offer reliable waterproof storage in a variety of sizes to prevent soggy supplies in the most demanding conditions. Durable, seam-taped PVC-free nylon fabrics reduce environmental impact, and the roll-top closure features a stiff strap for a secure seal. 25L and 35L sizes easily store tents or sleeping pads, while the 60L’s oval-bottom shape fits effectively inside a backpack to keep your gear dry during biblical downpours.

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Solid, backpackers need this!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Absolutely solid dry bag for storing food, shoving in gear when it starts raining (especially sleeping bags!!) and for all your other dry bag needs. I prefer the 20L size and find that is the most useful size for my food/ clothing needs on trips. Fabric is thick and durable and with just a quick couple rolls of the top, this baby is waterproof. I've also used it as a reverse dry bag to put my wet clothes in and keep the rest of my bag/ car dry. Useful little things to have, great price and lifetime warranty? Ill take one in every size!

Great Dry Bag!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Can't go wrong with this dry bag/stuff sack for the price! I've been using the 10L sack for my clothes on weekend backpacking trips. Just the right size and holds its compressed state well so it doesn't expand in the pack and take up extra room.

Will definitely be buying more of these SealLine dry backs as needs arise!

Great bag

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

I bought this just in time for a tubing trip, during which I attached it to my tube and it hung off the side, in the water, for 3 hours. I used the 10L bag which held a light-weight towel, change of clothes, car keys, some snacks and 2 full cans with room to spare. Everything stayed completely dry.

Awesome Dry Bag for an even better price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This SealLine dry bag is so great. It is very durable, definitely waterproof, and it does it's job perfectly. All of that for under $15 is pretty remarkable if you ask me! I have two of them in the 10L and fit all of my clothes that I take for a couple day backpacking trip perfectly. Fill them up with clothes, food, your tent, or pretty much anything your looking to keep dry and you're ready to go. Fit great in just about any backpacking style backpack, and perform better than any other expensive dry bag i've ever tried. Would highly recommend!

better than my other dry bags

    i'm impressed!

    Very nice bag.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I use this bag to keep my tent in being that I haul my tent on the outside of my pack. keeps it dry as a bone not a drop. Works really well.

    Where are these made?

    Made in USA. U.S. and imported parts

    Has anyone tried using a 60L as a pack liner? I am looking for efficient ways to keep my pack contents dry on rainy weekends in the Pacific NW.

    A pack cover does that well. But, i see no reason that a lightweight dry bag cant be used as reasonable option.

    It can hold my gear and keep it clean

    Laying the gear out prior to a climb down in Indian Creek.



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    It can hold my gear and keep it clean

    Loaded with my Trad Rack

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    Loaded with my Trad Rack

    Closure Feature

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    Closure Feature

    Bottom Handle Feature

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    Bottom Handle Feature

    Love this Stuff Sack

    I thought a 20Liter would be too big for my needs (fitting my trad rack) but turns out it was spot on and left space for my draws and a first aid kit.

    Love this Stuff Sack

    Adequate, but not great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I would not recommend this bag for canoe camping because it just doesn't keep the sleeping bag dry enough. It's fine for a damp day or a mist, but no way for a rainy trip.

    Is the width dimension measured laying...

    Is the width dimension measured laying flat or a diameter?

    Is the length dimension measured rolled and sealed?

    Best Answer

    I must admit, my curiosity was piqued by this question, and while I cannot say that the dry sack/stuff sack used is exactly a control variable, I found some interesting things that differed from the claimed specs, so they may be of some help to you.

    So I have a Medium size Sea-to-Summit eVent Dry sack, with claimed dimensions of 8 x 18 inches.

    At the bottom of the stuff sack, I measured the diameter and found it to be the advertised 8 inches across. However, at the top, taking the same measurement, I found it to be 10 inches, and then when I laid the sack flat and measured side to side, I got a measurement of 12 inches.

    With regards to length, as opposed to the 18 inches claimed (I don't know if this is meant to represent, say one (or two or three) rolls of the top), when lain flat, I got a measurement of 20 inches. I assume that 18 inch measurement takes into account the S2S minimum recommendation of 3 rolls of the top to ensure that whatever is contained within stays dry, so take that 20 inch measurement I found with a grain of salt.

    In any case, I would have to guess the measurements that are provided would take into account rolls of the top (thus deducting inches from the overall length) and perhaps take into account items inside the bag (thus deducting inches from the overall width).

    Hope this helped!

    I think in general these dimensions represent diameter and length for a properly stuffed and sealed bag.

    Yes, it helped.

    Thanks for the info.

    These dimensions are for when the stuff sack is loaded.



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    I am going on a three day raft trip, only...

    I am going on a three day raft trip, only taking a sleeping pad, sleeping bag and a change of clothes. What size of dry bag would suffice? This is my first raft trip and it's a short one so I won't have a ton of stuff.

    Best Answer

    Hey Staci,

    It all depends on a couple of factors. First, is the temperature rating and insulation material of your sleeping bag. A 30 degree down bag is a lot different than a 30 degree synthetic in terms of compressability. Second, are you planning on using a separate compression sack. I'd say if you're going to be putting your bag and clothing in a compressions sack, then I'd say you might be able to squeeze it in a 35L but it would be really tight. The 60L is probably the way you want to go.

    Essential

      I don't know what I can really say about these, but it is an essential for paddling. They work perfectly, easy to use and keep your gear dry. Bottom line don't leave home without one.

      I'd like to enclose an item that is...

      I'd like to enclose an item that is (Dimensions WxHxD): 12.6in. x 9.1in. x 5.0in [Epson EMP-DM1 3LCD Projector].

      How big would my Storm Sack have to be (2.5L/5L/10L)?

      Thanks!

      Go for the 10L. You'll want to include some padding and the 10L will accommodate the projector and the pads.

      Go for the 10L.  You'll want to include some padding and the 10L will accommodate the projector and the pads.

      Are the length dimensions for closed tight...

      Are the length dimensions for closed tight / sealed?

      that is correct

      Thanks...

      Great dry-sack

        This thing is water-tight...what else can you ask for in a dry-bag?