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      T.E.
      Great Bag

      I picked up this pack as an option for carrying items on my motorcycle. I have an open basket on the back and wanted a waterproof option that would also allow me to sling it over my shoulder. I purchased this item in June and have used it almost every single day since then. What can I say about it? I love it. The seams and bonding are very sturdy with no sign of stress or separating. The material is thick enough to contain a multitude of items from groceries, to a laptop, to a Timbuk2 messenger bag. I highly recommend it. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.

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      L.G.

      This bag is exactly what I was looking for, waterproof! It very spacious and has a pocket in the inside and outside for easy access. The straps are very comfortable. Used it on a trip to the beach and packed three beach towels, beach blanket, portable speaker (JBL Flip 4), set of clothes, hat and many more other accessories with space to spare. The straps are extremely comfortable very well padded so you don't feel the so much weight. The material is very good and sturdy I also did a water test. When leaving the beach I took it by the exit showers and rinsed off all the sand by holding right under the shower. Opened the bag when done completely dry. Highly recommended if in need of a true waterproof backpack.

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      C.G.
      Awesome!

      We travelled all over Costa Rica for our trip. From Monteverde down the coast to the more remote Drake Bay/Corcovado area.During our travels from Sierpe to Drake Bay you take a bumpy, windy, wet 45 minutes on an open topped boat through the wetlands and around into the bay. We boarded with tourists and locals. Most tourists were lugging on large canvas roller bags while locals carried the bare necessities in non water proof packs. I was going to upload an picture where you can see my bag resting at my feet in the boat to Drake Bay but couldnt seem to find it. Everyone's bag sloshed around in several inches of water for the entire 45 minute boat ride. When we arrived there were no docks to pull up to. You literally jump out of the boat into waist deep water and the captains toss you your bags. Several tourists on the boat with us were visibly upset when they were handed their large, wet and now extremely heavy canvas roller bags. My son and I grabbed our bags, put them on our backs and jumped out of the boat into the water and easily hiked up to our hostel. No struggling with canvas rollers along muddy dirt roads. When we arrived, our contents were bone dry and we were able to pull out fresh dry towels and dry pajamas!Helpful tips: 1) Because this bag is basically one large container we were REALLY glad to have purchased packing cubes. The black mesh packing cubes kept my various packed items separate and made it easier to grab one item out without having to refold everything each time. 2) I carried a first aid kit with us which was kept in a hard sided plastic waterproof container. This was totally unnecessary as the bag was completely waterproof during our entire 2 week trip- I could have just gone with a plastic bag and saved the weight and space.The one con: We did a lot of walking and heavy duty hiking with these bags on our backs. I do wish that the bag had a hip belt system. The shoulder straps were padded enough for our liking and the straps were pretty comfortable. The bags are big enough to be heavy when filled with our stuff and a hip belt would have been helpful for those longer hikes to redistribute some of that weight.

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      C.G.
      Could not be happier

      I came back from a totally dry trip to eastern WA and packed my entire campsite in a canvas duffel. I moved it all into the dry bag that just arrived and it went in well with only one turn on the roll over. I love both of these and if there's a chance of rain, I'm taking the dry sack as it has the hammock with tarp, another larger tarp, sleeping bag, under-quilt, wool blanket, small pillow, hat and spikes. So, you want all that to be dry if there's rain in the trip anytime.

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      C.G.

      I go canyoneering and finding a good dry bag can be really pricy. I had a friend who had one of these bags and recommended them to me. I've only gotten to take it on one trip so far but I really liked the bag. It has a good back and straps for longer hikes in. And I can easily clip ropes to the top of the bag. I appreciate how light it is and how much stuff I can fit inside if I need to. Not to mention the bag is much cheaper then other companies.