NRS MightyLight Dry Sack

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The NRS MightyLight Dry Sack protects that roll of paper towels in your kitchen kit, the dainty bits in your overnight bag, or the snacks in your day hatch, without taking up valuable space, or too much of your budget. The MightyLight slides easily inside other bags and kayak hatches, offering a great way to organize your gear inside a larger dry bag, backpack, duffel or dry box. Super lightweight silicone-impregnated ripstop nylon stays soft and supple. The watertight StormStrip(TM) folding closure doubles as a carry handle. The sack must be closed properly to prevent water from getting in. Begin by folding the top strip over, and then fold (rather than roll) at least three more times before closing the buckle. Hook a carabiner through the D-ring on the quick-release buckle for a handy attachment point. The MightyLight is not intended for submersion or designed to be the sole watertight barrier for sensitive electronics, cameras and other items vulnerable to water damage. For maximum protection of these items, we recommend to use a hard or soft case with a totally waterproof seal.

- NRS

NRS MightyLight Dry Sack FEATURES of the NRS MightyLight Dry Sack Super lightweight silicone-impregnated ripstop nylon stays soft and supple and the smooth outer surface slides easily inside other bags and kayak hatches A great way to organize your gear inside a larger dry bag, backpack, duffel or dry box Unlike any other lightweight dry bag manufacturer, we tape the seams for a superior watertight seal Avoid contact with sharp objects or subjecting the sack to high abrasion, as this could compromise the waterproof fabric The MightyLight isn't designed to be the sole watertight barrier for sensitive electronics, cameras and other items vulnerable to water damage for maximum protection of these items, use of a hard or soft case with a totally waterproof seal is recommended The sack must be closed properly to prevent water from getting in Begin by folding the top strip over, and then fold (rather than roll) at least three more times before closing the buckle Our fold-down StormStrip closure doubles as a carry handle A D-ring on the quick-release buckle provides a handy attachment point

- Moosejaw