SealLine Kodiak Window Dry Bag

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On Sale. Free Shipping. SealLine Kodiak Window Dry Sack FEATURES of the SealLine Kodiak Window Dry Sack Clear urethane windows and purge valves on all sizes offer fast and easy compression in kayak hatches and other tight spots, while keeping it easy to find your gear Unique one-way purge valve releases excess air

- Moosejaw

Seeing is believing, and luckily, Sealline EcoSee Dry Bags will let you see a complete inventory of all the essential items. No matter where you're headed, these bags are sure to keep their contents dry and organized; from pack to paddleboard, you'll always find a use for these dry bags. PRODUCT FEATURES: Premium Protection:-tough, providing exceptional durability and protection. Easy Packing: Clear urethane makes finding what you need a cinch. Reliable Protection: Dry Seal -top closure and supple materials ensure the best waterproof seal possible. PVC-Free: Eco-friendlier urethane is less harmful to the environment than vinyl. Made in U.S.A.

- Appalachian Outdoors

A watertight 10-liter clear dry bag that withstands quick submersions and floats if dropped in the water. Nylon. Easy-to-use roll-and-clip closure system. Translucent window allows you to see layers of gear for quick access. Rugged nylon fabric is an environmentally friendly alternative to PVC. Unique one-way purge valve lets trapped air escape, allowing for maximum compression. Reinforced round bottom stands up to wear from rocks and sand. Made in the USA.

- L.L.Bean

Keep a close eye on your gear without submitting it to the raging river outside the SealLine Kodiak Window Dry Bag. This tough, reliable dry bag comes in a variety of sizes to accommodate all types of trips and types of gear. Stash a small bag in the tight confines of your day hatch, and a larger bag in the bow. The clear urethane window helps with locating gear when you have more than one bag on your trip.

- Backcountry.com