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Nero 240 Gear Bag

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Wed: 9am - 5.30pm
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Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
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17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
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Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Keep you gear clean and dry when it’s strapped to your roof racks with the Nero 240 Bag from Darche. If your stuff is constantly getting weathered by the elements, extend the life of your gear by packing it up in a completely waterproof bag like the Nero 240 Bag from Darche.

This bag is water, snow and dust proof – so it’s going to be able to withstand almost anything you, or Mother Nature throws at it. Made from tough PVC, the seams of this bag are fully welded for full water protection.  Just put your gear in – pillow, clothes, sleeping bags, swag, or whatever you like for an easy and dry way to protect your stuff.

With padded side handles, this bag won’t slice your hands up when you’re carrying a heavy load and to streamline your gear, you can just tighten the compression straps for a good fit. The Nero 240 also fits Darche swags up to 1400mm wide, so it’s perfect for use in arid, dusty conditions, and when it rains.

  • Carry handles
  • Waterproof, snow proof and dust proof
  • Store outdoor gear or your swag
  • Made from fully welded PVC
  • Compression straps with D rings
  • Fits Darche 1400mm size swags
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External Dimensions:
145L x 46W x 46H cm
Packed Dimensions:
50L x 40W x 7H cm
240 L
500D PVC
Lockable Zippers:
2.1 Kg
5 Year
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Nov 04 2017

Doesn't live up to expectations.

I was excited to get this product but was disappointed when on two occasions during rainstorms water penetrated the bag along the zip line. It is marketed as a waterproof bag and it is not.

- Darwin, NT
Response from Snowys Nov 06 2017

G'day David, 

I'm sorry to hear that - would you be able to send us an email ([email protected]) with a few photos? Sounds like something might be a bit askew and we'd like to do our best to fix the problem. Laine

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