Best Waterproof Bags to Keep Your Gear Dry

The proper equipment is very important for savoring an adventure, regardless of whether which is trying to keep you heat, risk-free, or dry. Of course the temperature can decrease the integrity of even your greatest necessities, so packing the greatest water-proof baggage for gear is important. These major picks will hold all your possessions dry on arrival, even in a downpour.

 

 

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1. Ideal for Paddling: SealLine Baja Perspective

Identify swim trunks, sunshine shirts or other stowables without having unpacking. Even entirely stuffed, the welded-seam, clear Baja lets you see inside of. And tie-downs continue to keep it secured on any deck that is apt to flip.

[From $25; seallinegear.com]

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Fjallraven Ulvo dry bag

2. Best for Commuting: Fjällräven Ulvö Rolltop 23

Padded and seam-sealed, this tough, woven backpack keeps drinking water out by pairing a rolltop closure with an city aesthetic that is great for equally work and play.

[$135; fjallraven.com]

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Matador Freerain32
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3. Greatest for Travel: Matador Freerain32

The best packable backpack, the ultralight 32-liter Freerain retains gear for impromptu alpine hikes and café-hopping. Its seam-sealed, rolltop key pocket is roomy, and hip-belt pockets continue to keep snacks and cell phone handy. Packed, it is 10.6 ounces and barely beer-can dimensions.

[$90; matadorup.com]

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Ortlieb Big Zip
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4. Ideal for Big Excursions: Ortlieb Big Zip

Cram an expedition’s value of machines into this system bag of a gear hauler. It carries backpack-type or with handles—capably enough that you’ll also tap it to corral your stuff on additional every day excursions.

[$230; ortliebusa.com]

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Granite Gear Event Sil Compression Bag
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5. Most effective for Backpacking: Granite Gear Event Sil Compression Drysack

This silky stuff-sack compresses area-consuming sleeping bags and puffy coats with minimalist straps, then the water resistant cloth slides effortlessly into loaded packs with out adding considerable pounds.

[From $34; granitegear.com]

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Front Runner Typhoon
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6. Ideal for Overlanding: Entrance Runner Storm

Tiedowns on four sides and a cavernous opening generate significant props for this rugged, 90-liter rooftop carrier bag. So do the comfortable carry handles, helpful purge valve and failsafe Velcro rolltop closure, which repels dust.

[$149; frontrunneroutfitters.com]

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