SealLine Blocker PurgeAir Dry Sack

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SealLine Backpack Accessories Blocker Purgeair Dry Sack Navy 15 LTR 0 9754.

- CampSaver.com

Featuring a waterproof valve that purges trapped air, the versatile Blocker PurgeAir Dry Sack resists ballooning to help maximize use of space within a pack or bag. Plus, the fully waterproof construction ensures essential contents are protected. . . . 70D polyurethane-coated nylon. . Lightweight 70D polyurethane-coated nylon materials are tough and resilient. More durable and versatile, these materials are great for all-around use with confident waterproof protection.. . Unique and waterproof PurgeAir valve vents trapped air, helping the sack compress further after being sealed, and is both more durable and more reliably waterproof than waterproof/breathable fabric membranes.. . Roll-top closure features a wrinkle-free stiffening strip to ensure a secure seal when closing the dry sack.. . Fully welded seams result in stronger and more durably protective construction compared to sewn-and-taped seams.. . PackTight

- EMS

There's no carnival while hiking down the trail or paddling across a serene lake, so why bring a balloon along for the ride' Now you don't have to when you're carrying the SealLine Blocker PurgeAir Dry Sack. This dry sack features a PurgeAir valve that releases built-up air from ballooning it out inside your pack or kayak storage area. Waterproof materials ensure your gear stays dry, even if the sack falls into a puddle or gets a hefty splash in your kayak. It uses a secure roll-top design to keep unwanted water out and reduce its overall carrying bulk. Welded seams increase durability and don't allow water inside the sack, so you'll know it's worthy of overland and nautical adventures alike. Additionally, you'll find it's designed with flat-shaped sides that reduce its carrying bulk over rounded dry sacks.

- Backcountry.com