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Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Dry Sack

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Sea to Summit says:
The Ultra-Sil(TM) Compression Dry Sack is a super lightweight dry sack designed to compress bulky clothing or other squishable gear that lives inside your pack. Made from Ultra-Sil(TM) 30D CORDURAA(R) Nylon fabric with an eVentA(R) fabric base the air can be rolled out but can't get back in. It's an ideal option for use inside a backpack during longer lightweight hikes adventure travels cycle touring and any activity where you need to maximize pack space by compressing your bulky items to one-third of their volume. It employs waterproof seams a hypalon roll-top non-wicking closure and is super lightweight.Read more about which dry bag is right for you HEREHIGHLIGHTSDurabilityKeep it inside your pack and away from hard edges and corners.WaterproofnessGreater than 2000mm hydrostatic head - more than sufficient water protection for use inside a packBest UseBackpacking Hiking & Bike PackingSIZE GUIDEXXS / 3.3 liters: socks underwear & beanie XS / 6 liters: Extra layers or a high-performance sleeping bag (such as the Spark 25AdegF) or a quilt (Ember 25AdegF)S / 10 liters: a two-season or a high-end three-season down sleeping bag or a larger puffy jacketM / 14 liters: a mid-range three season sleeping bagL / 20 liters: a three-season synthetic sleeping bag plus a Reactor LinerFeaturesWaterproof hypalon roll-top closure with lid and 4 straps for compressionAir permeable eVent fabric base allows air to be pushed out but water can't get inLightweight Ultra-Sil bodyWaterproof seams - double stitched and tape sealedReinforced stitching on all stress pointsRoughly half the weight of the original eVent Compression Dry SackAs of 2018: Features the patent-pending 5/8in 15mm Field Repair Buckle with stainless steel pins

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Price Current Retail: $32.95-$43.95
Historic Range: $27.95-$52.95

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