Seattle Sports Aquaknot

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Seattle Sports AquaKnot 1200 Dry Backpack - The distinctive Aquaknot 1200 makes it easy to carry your gear in style. Built to serve a variety of uses for rafters, cyclists, adventure racers, and sailors, Seattle Sports engineered the 3-roll closure system to function 3 different ways. For rafters & paddlers liking side closure, detachable straps cinch down to the sides of the bag, and connect to traditional top buckles that are otherwise hidden in a clever buckle garage. For cyclists and others, wanting a quick clean, closure, without needing cinch down waterproof protection, the side straps clip off and the buckles hide, allowing for a simple center-mounted over-the top Velcro-style strap to keep the bag closed. For the dry bag purists wanting a traditional clip-together closure, simply expose the top quick release buckles, roll three times and clip together in the center. Backpack straps and a super comfortable back panel with an air-flow design keeps you cooler and more comfortable on long portages. Gusseted side exterior storage pockets keep small essentials close at hand, and highly reflective patches increase safety in low-light conditions. The AquaKnot Dry Backpack does it all and is perfect no matter where your outdoor adventures take you!

- Outdoorplay

A distinctive and versatile pack, the Seattle Sports Aquaknot 1800 pack keeps your gear dry on the river, down the trail or in the city.

- EMS

The distinctive AquaKnot features a super comfortable back panel with an air-flow design, gusseted side exterior storage pockets, super reflective patches and a versatile 3-way closure system. The 3-roll closure system has been designed to function 3 different ways for a variety of outdoor activities.For rafters & paddlers who like to use a side closure, there are detachable straps that cinch down to the sides of the bag, which connect to traditional top buckles (otherwise hidden in a clever buckle garage).For the dry bag purists wanting a traditional clip-together closure, simply expose the top quick-release buckles, roll three times and clip together in the center.For cyclists and others wanting a quick, clean closure but don?t need cinch-down waterproof protection, the side straps clip off and the buckles hide to allow for a simple center-mounted over-the top Velcro-style strap to keep the bag closed.

- Campmor