Pacific Outdoor Equipment Dry Cylinder

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of WXtex Dry Cylinder w WindowNo one likes a waterproof bag that doesnt live up to its name. WXtex Waterproof Bags were developed with simplicity and a purpose in mind keep gear dry. The roll down closure forms a watertight seal. The rounded bottom substantially increases capacity without substantially increasing space occupied. WXtex also added a transparent window made of heavy duty clear film, so boaters can see whats inside. Perfect for canoeing, kayaking, rafting, and boating. Different sizes fit into available spaces.FeaturesSame materials as WXtex Dry SacksDetachable shoulder strap on the larger two sizes makes carrying easy15L - 9.5 x 21 24 x 53cm 10oz 272g20L - 9.5 x 26 24 x 66cm 12oz 352g25L - 12 x 22 30 x 56cm 12.5oz 352g35L - 12 x 28 30 x 71cm 14oz 397g

- US Outdoor Store

The Dry Cylinder with Window from Pacific Outdoor Equipment was developed with simplicity and a singular purpose, to keep gear dry.

- Mountain Gear

Stuff the Pacific Outdoor Dry Cylinder Dry Bags with all your gear and forget the days of standing on the shore trying to figure out which bag holds your tent and which one the whiskey. Windows on all the bags let you maximize capacity and quickly see what youAAAre carrying. Tie the bag to the deck on a rafting trip, or get one to store your wetsuit in your backpack after pre-work sessions. The two largest sizes come with shoulder straps for easier carting around.


Pacific Outdoor Equipment Dry Cylinder

previously retailed for:
$16.47 - $24.95

The Pacific Outdoor Equipment Dry Cylinder is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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