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$29.95 - $49.95
SealLine products use three ratings to describe water resistance:
With such ratings, water resistance depends on the user carefully and properly sealing the closure. For roll-top closures, this means a minimum of three tight, wrinkle-free rolls. For zipper closures, the zipper must be completely and properly closed.
Our premium polyurethane-coated (aka, PVC-free) dry bags offer significantly greater puncture and abrasion resistance than vinyl-coated dry bags, while also being lighter weight. For example, our PVC-free dry bags weigh approximately 8-14 oz. less than our vinyl-coated dry bags. In addition, the PVC-free polyurethane coatings are less harmful to the environment than vinyl coatings.
Our vinyl-coated dry bags are economical and resistant to punctures, tears, and mildew. They remain pliable at low temperatures and resist cracking.
Our exclusive DrySeal roll-top closure is easily identified by its two separate stiffening strips below the opening of a roll-top product. This makes it easier and more intuitive to achieve an optimal seal—for the first “roll” in closing the top, simply fold the top over between the two strips of material, then roll closed at least two more times.
This design also amplifies protection from the elements by adding an additional “virtual” roll.
We recommend a minimum of 3 folds (aka “rolls”) to properly seal a roll-top dry bag. For an optimal seal:
All of the dimensions we list for our roll-top dry bags are the dimensions when the dry bag has been properly sealed (tops rolled down three times and secured).
These purge valves let you easily vent excess air trapped within a sealed dry bag without compromising water protection. Venting trapped air prevents the bag from “ballooning”, helping it compress and save valuable space. We selectively use these valves on products that may frequently be strapped down and/or compressed and stowed in tight spaces.
Our dry bags are sized volumetrically in liters. To help illustrate how those volumes translate to real world use, here are some typical things you might put in various sizes of dry bags:
Welded seams use radio frequencies (RF) to join two pieces of coated fabric together at the molecular level, effectively bonding them together as one. This strong, reliably waterproof construction method is far superior to sewn-and-taped seams.
With sewn-and-taped seams, two pieces of coated fabric are held together with thread and a piece of protective tape is placed over the threads and seam to provide water protection. A RF welded seam can withstand up to 2x more stress than a sewn-and-taped seam, resulting in a more protective and longer-lasting seam. This is why we use welded seams with all of our dry bags.
Regularly cleaning and maintaining your dry bag will substantially increase its life. After each use, dry bags should be cleaned and aired out. Dirty bags can be washed with a soapy sponge and rinsed, allowing them to air dry. Store clean dry bags completely dry, inside out. Keep all insect repellents and solvents from making direct contact with dry bags—if contact occurs, wash the bag thoroughly.
For vinyl-coated dry bags, such as our Baja™ dry bags, an occasional wipe down with a vinyl preservative, such as Armor All®, will help maintain the vinyl-coated bag’s suppleness. (Armor All® is an Armor All Products registered trademark.) Use of a vinyl preservative is not necessary for polyurethane-coated (aka, PVC-free) dry bags.
Blocker Compression Dry Sack
BlockerLite Compression Dry Sack
Blocker Zip Sack