Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp Sacks

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Well designed. Lightweight. Very waterproof. Packs…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $27

Well designed.
Lightweight.
Very waterproof.
Packs down small.
Webbing handle on bottom.
Overall a very impressive compressible drysack.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Hydroseal DryComp Sack from Outdoor Research will reduce the bulk of sleeping bags and clothing to their absolute minimum - and keep them absolutely dry with the Hydroseal coated nylon and external roll top closure.

- Mountain Gear

Head into wet, rugged environments with this durable, waterproof compression sack. Hydroseal coated Antron nylon fabric is fully seam taped for totally waterproof protection. The internal drawcord closure cinches around your load and four straps compress it all down. A sturdy buckle secures the roll-top closure, providing waterproof protection. An internal zippered pocket holds keys, a headlamp, or other small items and can be used to store the entire sack. A webbing handle and an external daisy chain allow this sack to attach to any pack. Outdoor Research

- Appalachian Outdoors

Head Off The Trail With These Durable Pack Sacks. Hydroseal-200 coated Antron is waterproof with taped seams to keep moisture out. The external roll top waterproof closure and durable buckle secures rolltop. Includes internal cord and cordlock closure, and four compression straps. An internal zippered pocket doubles as a small item and stuff sack storage. A webbing bottom handle and an external daisy chain allow for convenient carrying and attachment. 1058 cu. in./11.6 L/Weight: 7.7 oz.

- Campmor

The Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp Sacks combine the protection of a dry sack with the space-saving convenience of a compression sack. Tough, waterproof nylon stands up to extended use in harsh conditions. Fully taped seams give you complete water protection. An internal cinch closure lets you compress your load before you seal the roll-top.Size Dimensions Volume Weight 1 27 1/2" x 7" 707cu/in 7.7oz 2 30" x 8" 1021 cu/in 8.5oz 3 32 1/2" x 9" 1418 cu/in 10oz 4 35" x 10" 1905 cu/in 10.6oz 5 37 1/2" x 11" 2493 cu/in 11.4oz

- OMCgear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp Sacks (Fall 2008) Head into wet, rugged environments with the durable, waterproof Hydroseal DryComp Sack by Outdoor Research. Hydroseal coated Antron nylon fabric is fully seam taped for totally waterproof protection. The internal drawcord closure cinches around your load and four straps compress it all down. A sturdy buckle secures the roll-top closure, providing waterproof protection. An internal zippered pocket holds keys, a headlamp, or other small items and can be used to store the entire sack. A webbing handle and an external daisy chain allow this sack to attach to any pack. Specifications: #1 Avg. weight: 7.7 oz./218 g Dimensions: 27 1/2in. x 7in./70 cm x 18 cm Volume: 707 cu. in./11.6 L Specifications: #2 Avg. weight: 8.5 oz./241 g Dimensions: 30" x 8"/76 cm x 20 cm Volume: 1021 cu. in./16.7 L Specifications: #3 Avg. weight: 10.0 oz./284 g Dimensions: 32 1/2in. x 9in./83 cm x 23 cm Volume: 1418 cu. in./23.2 L Specifications: #4 Avg. weight: 10.6 oz./301 g Dimensions: 35" x 10"/89 cm x 25 cm Volume: 1905 cu. in./31.2 L Specifications: #5 Avg. weight: 11.4 oz./323 g Dimensions: 37 1/2in. x 11in./95 cm x 28 cm Volume: 2493 cu. in./40.9 L Features: Hydroseal coated Antron nylon is waterproof and durable Waterproof taped seams Roll-top waterproof closure Durable buckle secures roll top Internal cord and cord lock closure Internal zippered pocket doubles as small item and stuff sack storage Four compression straps Webbing bottom handle External daisy chain

- Moosejaw

Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp Sacks

Discontinued

The Hydroseal DryComp Sacks has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$16.95 - $34.00

The Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp Sacks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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