The Bag That Saved The Day.

When the going gets tough or when things go wrong, you discover what gear is truly well made and designed and what gear isn’t. On my latest trip (read my last post Neacola Nightmare) most of my gear was put to the test. One piece of gear that truly saved the day was my Sea to Summit Dry Sack.

I had my camera gear, sleeping bag and dry layers in two of those bags and everything was dry. Everything else I owned was soaked to the core, even items in thin, Ultra-Sil style, water-resistant sacks with taped seams.

Unfortunately, most outdoor gear isn’t meant for expedition use, especially multiple expeditions a year. The Sea to Summit Dry Sack however, is well built and does exactly what it claims to do, keep your stuff dry!

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