DP-D1CL

Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bags

Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bags

Description

The Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bag shuts out water by rolling down the top a few times and snapping the side release buckles together.

Features

  • Items Are Easy To Pack And Easy To Retrieve
  • Convenient Water Resistant Zippered Pocket With Storm Flap On Each Side
  • Quality Manufactured From Extra Heavy Duty Vinyl/Polyester Laminate With Electronically Welded Seams
List Price
$59.99
Your Price
$45.81
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Details

 Unroll and open to enjoy the huge tapered access opening on top. Items are easy to pack and easy to retrieve. There are no leaky sewn seams to seal. The molded bottom adds structure and protection to contents. The high end plastic hardware ensures long life. The shoulder strap is removable, adjustable and padded for comfort and convenience. Great for boating, paddlesports, camping and scent proof storage for hunting.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bags DP-D1CL Waterproof Duffel Bag, Clear, Large
$45.81
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Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bag - Green - XL DP-D2GR Waterproof Duffel Bag, Green, X-Large
$53.46
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Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bag - Blue - XL DP-D2BL Waterproof Duffel Bag, Blue, X-Large
$53.46
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Dry Pak Waterproof Duffel Bag - Clear - XL DP-D2CL Waterproof Duffel Bag, Clear, X-Large
$53.46
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