Lightweight Dry Bag First Aidnew
BEST USE: Backpacking & Paddle Sports
WATERPROOF? Yes, in situations where the dry bag will not be submerged
DIMENSIONS: 11,2 x 9,4 x 16,3 cm
WEIGHT: 32,5 g
PAIR WITH: Dry Bag Sling – Converts your dry bag to a hands-free tote.
Shipping & Returns
We use climate-neutral shipping with DHL GoGreen.
For orders within Germany we charge a shipping fee of 6,95 €.
For international orders, shipping costs 9,95 €.
All orders are usually shipped within 24 hours on working days. Delivery time can take up to three working days Germany-wide and up to six working days internationally, and depends on the shipping service provider.
All orders can be returned within 14 days of purchase. However, for the sake of the environment, please make sure to keep returns as low as possible.
The updated Lightweight First Aid Dry Bag is the perfect way to store medical supplies and keep them dry, visible and easily accessible. An added TPU window offers excellent visibility, makes it particularly useful in group situations. Made from a bluesign approved recycled 70D nylon with a C0 non-PFC DWR finish, the interior polyurethane coating is white to improve visibility and make it easy to find small items in poor light. They use the same hypalon non-wicking roll-top closure as our other dry sacks and feature a D-ring attachment point at the buckle. The oval base prevents the dry bag from rolling away on sloping surfaces. Ideal for backpacking, cycle touring, travel, ski touring and more.
Best UseBackpacking & Paddle Sports
ClosureNon-wicking hypalon roll-top closure
Repair Buckle Size5/8in / 15mm (2-Pin)
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Frequently Asked questions
The body of the dry bag is more than adequately waterproof (10,000 mm hydrostatic head) – just avoid submersion, as water can seep through the roll-top closure of any dry bag.
Suitable for paddle sports?
Absolutely. The tough nylon material is perfectly suited to watersports use – be cautious around sharp objects or abrasive surfaces.
Suitable for canyoneering?
Yes and no. Canyoneering is extremely hard on equipment – a Hydraulic Dry Bag is unlikely to survive more than a couple of seasons without needing to be retired.