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Baja Dry Bag

rated 4 of 5 stars Favorite so far. I have several dray bags and sacks of various brands, sizes and styles. Although I haven't used them for many years, my favorite so far is the SealLine and my favorite of my two Seal Lines is the Baja. Forms a great seal and always seems to have a tight roll and closure. Full review

Pro Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars Used in BWCA for an 11-day trip. No problems! My wife and I used this pack on an 11-day trip in the Boundary Waters. During this time she and I both portaged loads in excess of 70 lbs, covering distances of up to one mile. While this pack has nowhere near the amount of support needed to to use as a dedicated backpack, for a portage pack, I haven't found anything better. The hip belt and shoulder harness are adequate to the task for short (.25-1.5 mile) hauls that one typically encounters while on… Full review

See Bag

rated 5 of 5 stars Keeps my gear and electronics visible, and floats!!! Had my SealLine See Bag 3 years and has never let me down. Always kept my phones, keys, camera and a change of clothes dry! Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars I have the small version of the Seal Line case so my review is based on that size only. It does the job, is very handy (fits in my pocket), and I can still use the touch screen on my iPhone 4S — all great attributes. I use my case primarily for protecting my phone during runs/hikes in the rain and it has adequately done the job — I cannot attest to how well it would work if it was dropped in the water. My reasoning for the four-star rating is due to the fact that my iPhone BARELY fits into it… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I keep my P&S cam and a cell phone side by side in a medium case, and attach via a locking carabiner to my kayak's webbing. I find this really convenient, and it has yet to let any water in. I was practicing rolling with this attached, never had any problems with it. Great piece of gear. Full review

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Cascade Designs is the parent company of MSR, Therm-a-Rest, Platypus, SealLine, E-Case, PackTowl, Tracks, and Hummingbird outdoor brands.


SealLine Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Congratulations, Emily, Winner of $350 of Platypus Gear
Congratulations, Emily, winner of a nine-piece, hydration kit from Platypus Hydration, SealLine, and PackTowl! Emily won this $350 gear prize just for sharing her kayak review in August. Read more
August 31

Final Days: Review to Win $350 of Platypus Hydration
Review your outdoor gear by this Sunday, August 30, and you're entered to win a plethora of Platypus prizes worth more than $350. Read more
August 26

Win a Platypus Hydration Kit by Reviewing Your Gear
Review your outdoor gear and you could win a hydration kit worth more than $350 from Platypus Hydration, including lightweight dry sacks, collapsible water bottles, a water filter, and backpack. Read more
August 18

Review Your Gear to Win $350 Platypus Hydration Kit
We're giving away a true backcountry essential: clean water. Thanks to Platypus, one Trailspace member will win a hydration kit worth more than $350, just for sharing a review of their outdoor gear. Read more
August 11

Stop the Swelter: Win $350 of Platypus Hydration Gear
Summer may swelter, but Platypus wants you to stay hydrated on the trail year-round. From a hydration pack to a water filter system, this month we're giving one member a plethora of Platypus prizes worth more than $350. Read more
August 1

Paddling, Cooling, Logrolling at Demo Day
Today we checked out paddling and logrolling at Outdoor Retailer's Open Air Demo. Cooled off with polymer action. And checked out the many ways to protect accessories. Read more
August 2, 2012


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