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First Aid Dry Sack

First Aid Dry Sack

$16.95-$22.95
Keeps first aid supplies dry and visible for quick access+ View tech specs
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BEST USE: Backpacking & Paddle Sports

WATERPROOF? Yes, in situations where the dry bag will not be submerged

DIMENSIONS: 4.7 x 3.1 x 9 inches

WEIGHT: 1.1 oz | 32g

Shipping & Returns

Our warehouse is actively shipping orders from 8am to 1pm MST Monday through Friday. Most orders ship in one business day, but the transit time can take up to 7 days, depending on your distance from Boulder, Colorado.

2nd Day and Next Day Air orders will ship same day if placed by 1pm MST, Monday-Friday (except holidays).

All orders are eligible for fast and easy returns within 60 days of purchase.

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First Aid Dry Sack
First Aid Dry Sack
$16.95-$22.95
Description || First Aid Dry Sack

Description

Our First Aid Dry Sack is the perfect way to store medical supplies and keep them dry, visible and easily accessible, which is particularly useful in group situations.

Design Details

Technical Features

70D WATERPROOF FABRIC - HIGH PERFORMANCE
PVC FREE
THERMOPLASTIC URETHANE (TPU)

Tech specs

  • Best Use
    Backpacking, Hiking, Expeditions, Travel
  • Closure
    Waterproof hypalon roll-top closure
  • Material(s)
    Lightweight 70D nylon with fully taped seams & TPU window
  • Measurement
    Length - measured with roll-top closure open Volume - measured with closure rolled 3 times
  • Repair Buckle Size
    5/8in | 15mm (2-Pin)
  • Shape
    Oval base suits typical first aid kit dimensions
  • Waterproof
    Yes
Day Use - 1 literOvernight Use - 3 literExpedition Use - 5 liter

Frequently Asked questions

Waterproof?

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.

Sold with first aid supplies?

No. There are many great first aid kits on the market - this product is designed to keep those contents dry and easily accessible in your pack.

Useable as a regular dry sack?

Absolutely. This makes it an especially valuable piece of emergency equipment – it could store a radio, GPS or firestarter materials in a critical situation.