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50 Liter Dry Bag

Item # WX2-420923

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50 Liter (52 qt.) Dry Bag is 100% waterproof to keep gear bone dry.

Portable protection! Rugged and long-lasting, this waterproof Dry Bag is ideal for keeping gear, food and clothing powder dry and shielded during outdoor adventures. Rain? No problem. Drops roll off the nylon shell as if it were a duck's back. Ideal for canoe trips, motorcycle and bike touring, protection of bulky items in the back of the pickup, camping, hiking and you name it.

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  • Rugged, 22 oz. coated nylon waterproof body withstands extreme conditions
  • Wide base, rectangular bottom accommodates bulky gear
  • Side D-rings and webbing loop attachment points to secure the load
  • All seams and attachments are radio-frequency welded to ensure a waterproof, no leak seal
  • Roll top closure keeps the water out and your gear powder dry
  • Adjustable, padded shoulder harness with sternum strap for comfortable transport
  • Back panel system converts to any torso length for a great carry fit
  • 50L capacity (just over 52 qts.) or 4,032 cu. in.
  • Measures a roomy 32 x 14 x 9".

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