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Expedition Wet Roll Bag 120L

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Made with heavy duty heat welded PVC tarpaulin, the Caribee Expedition Wet Roll Bag 120 is a 100% waterproof and durable way to carry gear on any 4WD, camping, canoe or diving adventure.

Offering 120L of storage capacity, the Expedition Wet Roll Bag features a roll top closure that locks into place with buckles keeping your clothing and equipment safe and dry.

Throw it on the roof rack, in the bottom of the boat or on the trailer, the Caribee Expedition Wet Roll Bag has top and end grab handles, a removable shoulder strap and internal zippered accessory pockets to keep things organised.

  • 100% waterproof gear bag
  • Roll top closure
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Top and end grab handles
  • Internal accessory pockets
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External Dimensions:
90L x 38W x 38H cm
Packed Dimensions:
38L x 38W x 10H cm
120 L
PVC Tarpaulin
2 Kg
3 Year
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Jan 08 2018


in this age of internet purchases it is fantastic to deal with snowy outdoors who's service is second to none, product is great service is better

Oct 10 2017

The extra space is fantastic

I was using the 80 liter version [great bag] with my motorcycle, but the extra space makes life some much easier. All my camping gear in one waterproof bag, sitting across the panniers and passenger seat works a treat. Being red helps being a bit more visible as well.

- Old Erowal Bay, NSW
Jul 28 2017


I like to be ready to go at a moments notice. I can shove everything I have into two of these bags without even thinking, throw them both on the back of the Ute and I'm gone, not once having to worry if my gear is safe from the elements.
The quality of the bag and stitching is excellent, there's enough adjustable straps and buckles to keep the bag from opening during transit and the various handle arrangements allowing you to carry the bag from your hand, on your back or off your shoulder make it easy to move when fully packed. The bags are obviously not invincible, be mindful of your items both inside and surrounding the bag during transit so not to puncture or rub against them and she'll be right mate.

- Wanerie W.A
Apr 03 2017

Perfect bag

Excellent Size. Fits all my gear and more
Well made.

- Camden
Jun 22 2016

Very large bag

I love this bag. It's massive. Fits all of my snow gear easily and fully waterproof. Snowys did a great job of packing and posting. Very happy. Thanks

- Tarniet, Vic
Apr 25 2016

caribee Expedition

As I'm always on the move I've put the Caribee expedition through it's paces and it hasn't failed me yet.
lightweight in design and able to dry- store my bedding on my roof-racks without a problem.
Thank you to Snowys for their service as well
Lux-Girl 4 x 4ing


Padded back pack straps on the black 120L version? Not on the red 120L version?1 answer

Hi, The 'Black' 120L version comes with 2 padded shoulder straps. Kind of back pack style. And the 'Red' 120L version doesn't. Is this correct? Thank you very much. Regards

- 4508(10 months ago)

G'day Sven, 

The red and black Caribee Expedition Wet Roll Bag both come with the same features, which includes the removable shoulder straps. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Is this bag lockable?1 answer

- SYDNEY, NSW(1 year ago)
Hi Tim, Unfortunately I don't see any easy way to lock this bag, as it rolls closed on top and then secures on the sides with buckles which cinch tight to hold it all in place. The Black Wolf Overall Pack Protector could be used on the 80L Expedition Wet Roll bag to cover the whole bag and lock through the zips. Unfortunately the pack protector only works for bags 65-90L capacity. It might be best to choose a different bag for your purposes. Give us a call on 1300 914 007 and have a chat if you'd like some help.
- Snowys(1 year ago)
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