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SealLine Map Case

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SealLine Map Case FEATURES of the SealLine Map Case Featuring a wide-track watertight seal, this case provides ample protection for your maps and other navigational documents on the road or on the water Webbing handle with D-rings for securing case SPECIFICATIONS of the SealLine Map Case Closure: Zip-seal 12-oz clear vinyl The SPECS for Small Weight: 2.5 oz / 80 g Outside Dimension: 8 x 12in. / 20 x 30 cm Inside Dimension: 6 x 10.5in. / 16 x 27 cm The SPECS for Medium Weight: 5.8 oz / 165 g Outside Dimension: 13.5 x 16in. / 34 x 41 cm Inside Dimension: 13 x 15in. / 33 x 38 cm The SPECS for Large Weight: 7 oz / 225 g Outside Dimension: 16 x 22in. / 41 x 56 cm Inside Dimension: 14 x 20.5in. / 38 x 52 cm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

For submersible protection, this new high performance map case is built with the same materials and technology as their Electronic Cases. Trimmed with swivel clips and black webbing. Available in three sizes to fit most current outdoor and paddling maps. Small size fits folded Green Trails maps and 8.5 x 11 photocopies; medium size fits Green Trails and evenly folded USGS maps as well as ISS waterproof charts; large size fits Hydrographic and ISS charts. SealLine

- Appalachian Outdoors

Protect your maps and documents in this see-through case.


A wet, soggy map is no map at all, so keep yours nice and dry with the SealLine Map Case. The wide-track watertight seal protects your maps and other documents from intrusive moisture, and the attached D-rings let you strap it to your pack or kayak deck.

- Backcountry.com