The Big River Dry Bag by Sea to Summit is the bag for the kayak cabin and the sack for the hike pack!
With lash loops for latching to bike forks, kayaks, and 4WD racks – this bag boasts flexible, waterproof, and rugged durability during any water-based activity, while still light enough for the lowkey trips. An oval shape allows a snug fit into any storage space, encouraged too by the non-wicking roll-top closure for a naturally rounded top, ultimate tackle security, and moisture management. The oval base is triple coated too, ensuring increased water shedding and robustness against abrasion.
This dry bag is of a 420D Nylon construction with a TPU coating that boasts a 10,000mm Hydrostatic Head (HH). The HH is a measure of water resistance – and in this case specifically, the water pressure the bag can withstand before submitting to leakage. The interior white PU-coating allows a reflective panel for easy identification in low light conditions, from after dark touring to tightly packed kayaks.
From the rapids to footpaths, and bike tracks to roof racks – the Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag offers peace of mind and reliable protection.
420D Nylon construction
TPU laminated with 10,000mm Hydrostatic Head
Lash loops/points for secure mounting versatility
Tri-Coat oval base for abrasion resistance and greater water shedding
Low-profile grab handles for convenience
White PU-coated interior for reflectiveness in low light
Staff tip:Hello hikers, bikers, and kayakers − we should probably mention that despite the bag's impressive water resistance, it's recommended that cameras, phones, and/or other delicate items are kept within an additional protective layer.
Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag1 answer
What is the difference between the new Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag & the older version? Also there is a big difference in weight between the new & old version with the newer version weighing more can you explain why…
Simon - Florey, ACT(4 months ago)
The new big river drybags have made changes to increase overall durability. The tuff fabric base now extends up the side of the bag, and the previous lash points were Hypalon patches, which have been upgraded to bomb-proof reinforced webbing straps. Whilst the new version is slightly heavier, the weight difference is negligible compared to the benefits of the upgrade in our opinion. We'd expect these new bags to outlast us. Hope that helps!