Rated 5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishingJP The best dry bag made
I have several Seal Line dry bags from over the years some times I only need one some times I need several depending on my activity. I still have my first Seal line dry bag that I actually purchased for caving this bag has stood up to the rigors better than I have. I have purchased other dry bags and they all in the end fail, but all of my seal line bags have held up. I bought my first one in 2000 and I still works great today. I am not always so brand specific about things but when it come to dry bags I can make only make one choice and that is a Seal Line.
November 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by AnglingAdventurer Stands up to years of abuse
I bought two of these bags nearly 18 years ago and they perform the same as the day I bought them. I have used them in the BWCA, on countless "blue tarp" camping trips, and even on roadtrips where they have been strapped to the roof of my truck.
A tip for you- toss a small chunk of cedar into your drybag on trips and a plank of cedar when storing them to deal with moisture and odors.
These bags are not well-suited to shouldering long distances as backpacks, especially when fully loaded due to their barrel shape. Portaging and quick humps aren't an issue.
October 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by attwoof Best I've found
Have used a number of different bags for both local & Boundry Waters/Canadian trips and these are the most durable & easiest to use I have found. They take a lot of abuse without leaking. Excellent seam strength, easy open/close. Back & belt straps very comfortable.
May 24, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by CHUCK SEALLINE BOUNDARY BAG
I USED SEVERAL OF THESE DRY BAGS ON A WEEK LONG FISHING/CANOE TRIP TO THE BOUNDARY WATERS LAST YEAR. ALTHOUGH WE DID NOT HAVE MUCH RAIN, OUR CANOE STAYED WET MOST OF THE TIME DUE TO PORTAGES. WE TOOK THIS BAG ON OUR DAYS TRIPS AND EVERYTHING STAYED COMPLETELY DRY. IT IS A MUST IN ANY SITUATION LIKE THIS. IT ALSO GOES IN THE BOAT FOR A DAY AT THE LAKE TO KEEP VALUABLES DRY AS WELL.
July 11, 2006