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Simms - Dry Creek Dry Bag

Simms Dry Creek Dry Bag

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$26.21 - $37.46 Original price:$49.95
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    Tech Specs

    201D nylon, TPU
    [small] 10L (611cu in), [medium] 20L (1220cu in), [large] 36L (2197 cu in)
    [small] 10 x 13 x 4in, [medium] 16 x 12 x 6.5in, [large] 20 x 13.5 x 8in
    Claimed Weight:
    [small] 4.8oz, [medium] 4.8oz, [large] 6.4oz
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Dry Creek Dry Bag

    As the Dry Creek Dry Bag’s name leads you to believe, it keeps your dry stuff dry. Simply place your things inside, roll the top thrice, and rest assured that splashes and sprays won’t sneak in through the TPU-coated nylon with fully sealed seams. For extra security, Simms even included a D-ring for attaching the bag to your boat or pack so it won’t go sprawling out into the water during a swerve.

    • Dry bag for protecting gear around water
    • TPU-coated nylon resists water
    • Roll-top seals out splashes
    • D-ring for secure attachment

    Backcountry, not SIMMS

      This isn't a review about the product. Instead, misinformation by Backcountry.

      No volume information between small, medium, and large - at least not in the mobile version of the Backcountry website. All that's shown is 20L... Is this small... Medium... What's 20L?

      Actually all of the information is listed right there under "tech specs".

      " [small] 10L (611cu in), [medium] 20L (1220cu in), [large] 36L (2197 cu in)
      [small] 10 x 13 x 4in, [medium] 16 x 12 x 6.5in, [large] 20 x 13.5 x 8in"