Aquapac Stormproof Padded Drybag

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Aquapac Stormproof Padded DrybagTake full advantage of your entire adventure with this Aquapac Stormproof Padded Drybag. This bag comes in very handy in various types of situations. Its foam padding provides your items with protection if you happen to experience minor knocks and bumps. You can tie it down to a deck or to your luggage rack by using its handy lashtab. This bag is made of very tough 70D PU-coated ripstop Nylon with taped seams for long-lasting durability. It's just the right size for a 17 in. laptop or any other small item. It has a roll-down seal that you can use whenever you are on a kayak to keep out rain, mud, or spray. Its built-in handles allow you to carry it anywhere you go quite easily. Plus, it weighs only 10.4 oz., making it very light and portable. Enjoy great times with this Aquapac Stormproof Padded Drybag.

- SunnySports

Carrying a laptop or other valuables on the water or in the rain could easily become a recipe for disaster. Protect your stuff with the Aquapac Stormproof Padded Drybag and worry no more.This foam-padded waterproof drybag protects laptop computers, tablets, optics and other vaulables against minor knocks and bumps.An innovative lash tab makes this waterproof padded laptop case easy to lash down to a kayak deck, canoe, raft or luggage rack. Adaptable shoulder straps let you carry this Aquapac model like a backpack or shoulder bag.The roll-down seal keeps out rain, mud and spray. (Not recommended for submersion.)This case withstood Testing: Protected against heavy seas/temporary flooding - Water projected at all angles through a 12.5mm nozzle at a flow rate of 100 liters per minute at a pressure of 100kN/m2 for 3 minutes from a distance of 3 meters

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