SealLine Kodiak Taper Dry Bag

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Lightweight dry bag features a tapered, flattened shape and low-friction fabric for slipping in and out of your kayak's bow or stern compartments.

- REI

Free Shipping. SealLine Kodiak Taper Dry Sack FEATURES of the SealLine Kodiak Taper Dry Sack These lightweight dry bags are made with tough, low-friction nylon and are shaped specifically to fit tapered kayak bow and stern compartments Low-profile purge valve ensures compressabililty for the most efficient use of hatch space SPECIFICATIONS of the SealLine Kodiak Taper Dry Sack PVC Free Closure: Roll-down 200D polyurethane coated nylon The SPECS for 20 Liter Volume: 1220 cubic inches / 20 liter Weight: 6 oz / 170 g Dimension: 5.5 x 8 x 30.5in. / 14 x 20 x 77 cm The SPECS for 35 Liter Long Volume: 2080 cubic inches / 34 liter Weight: 11 oz / 310 g Dimension: 5.5 x 11 x 40in. / 14 x 28 x 101 cm The SPECS for 35 Liter Wide Volume: 2080 cubic inches / 34 liter Weight: 11 oz / 310 g Dimension: 7 x 12 x 30in. / 18 x 30 x 76 cm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Kodiak Tapered Kayak Dry Bag - The Kodiak Tapers are lightweight kayak dry bags and made with tough low-friction nylon, radio-frequency welded seams. These kayaking dry bags are designed to slide easily into tight spaces like small hatches. They have a Dry Seal roll-down closure which takes out excess air with no issues. Includes D-ring attachment. The Kodiak Tapered Kayak Dry Bag are shaped to flexible fit most bulkhead compartments. To ease packaging, excess air can be let out of a purge valve at the bottom of the bag.

- Outdoorplay

The ends of your kayak taper, so why shouldn't your dry bag do the same' Instead of wrestling with your bag each morning of your tour, choose the SealLine Kodiak Taper Dry Bag. This bag tapers down to fit into bow or stern hatches and uses a waterproof, one-way purge valve for efficient compression. The Kodiak survives quick submersions and will float if you happen to capsize.

- Backcountry.com