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BEST USE: Backpacking & Paddle Sports
WATERPROOF? Yes, in situations where the dry bag will not be submerged
DIMENSIONS: 6 x 14 inches
WEIGHT: 3.7 oz | 107g
The eVent® Compression Dry Sack earned a Backpacker Editors' Choice Award in 2007, and there is no question that it's still a winner today. Made from a sturdy 70D Nylon waterproof fabric in the body and lid, with an eVent® waterproof but air-permeable base that allows air to be pushed out of the sack. No need for a purge valve, making these lighter and simpler. The four compression straps, use hypalon roll-top non-wicking closure. These dry sacks are the epitome of durability, versatility, and compression.
|XS / 6 liter||S / 10 liter||M / 14 liter||L / 20 liter||XL / 30 liter|
|Compressed Volume||6L to 2L6L to 2L||10L to 3.3L10L to 3.3L||14L to 4.5L14L to 4.5L||20L to 6.7L20L to 6.7L||30L to 10L30L to 10L|
|Dimensions||6 x 14 in 15 x 35 cm||7 x 16 in 18 x 40 cm||8 x 18 in 20 x 46 cm||9 x 20 in 23 x 50cm||10.5 x 23 in 27 x 58 cm|
|Weight||3.7 oz 107g||4.5 oz 129g||5.2 oz 148g||5.9 oz 168g||7.4 oz 210g|
Perhaps. Carrying the tent canopy in your pack (with the poles under the compression straps) is a great idea. However - the canopy may not compress that much.
Yes. The durable construction and material is ideal for protecting gear from the elements.
The body of the compression sack is more than waterproof enough (10,000 mm hydrostatic head). However, just avoid submersion, since water can seep through the roll-top closure.