The Sea to Summit Lightweight Evac Dry Bag turns your bulky baggage into compact luggage!
With a PFC-free 70D Nylon sidewall and face construction, finished with DWR – this dry bag boasts a 10,000mm waterhead rating for wet and wild outdoor conditions. Its valve-free eVent base is air permeable for compressing soft items and creating space – letting air out, and keeping water out. An oval shape allows a snug fit into any storage space, encouraged too by the waterproof, rough-and-tumble-proof roll-top closure with field repair buckle – providing a naturally rounded top, ultimate tackle security, and moisture management.
From the bedroom drawers to the great outdoors, the Lightweight Evac Dry Bag by Sea to Summit is the pack that sucks in the fat!
70D Nylon sidewall and eVent base construction
PU coating with 10,000mm Hydrostatic Head
Bluesign approved main body material with PFC-Free DWR finish
Valve-free waterproof and air-permeable eVent material base allows compressing soft items
Double-stitched and fully-taped seams for waterproofing
Oval base for easy packing & stacking
Base lash loops
Moisture-wicking, durable roll-top closure for tight, secure closure
Field repair buckle for repairability and a superior seal
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.
New vs Old1 answer
Hi there, just wondering what differences there are between this and the old version, as they look virtually the same? And purportedly the same eVent fabric at the bottom? Thanks in advance
M - Sydney, NSW(1 week ago)
The main difference is the new model is a few grams lighter and has a 5L capacity and compresses down to 1.7L while the older had a 6L capacity. This has updated PFC-Free recycled 70D PU Coated Nylon with double stitching and also has 2 tri-glides and 2 buckles to close and compress the bag.