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Quest 55L Reinforced Dry Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods

Quest 55L Reinforced Dry Bag

Item Number: 12634050
Price: $39.99
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1COLOR : YELLOW
2SIZE : 55L

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The generously sized Quest 55L Reinforced Dry Bag is perfect for toting your sleeping bag, bedding or laundry. The durable .6mm PVC body ensures your contents will stay safe and dry. The bag has a 3 roll closure which allows you to seal it quickly and easily, and an abrasion-resistant reinforced .55mm PVC bottom ensures your gear stays secure.

FEATURES:

  • Seals quickly and easily with 3 roll closure
  • Triangular viewing panel allows you to easily find what you need
  • D-ring attachment point
  • Body material is made of durable .6mm PVC
  • Abrasion resistant reinforced bottom (.55mm PVC)
  • Dimensions: 36.5" x 13"

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Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Waterproof Bag I needed a bag to keep my self- inflating matress dry.It was difficult finding one locally and at the last minute. This bag is tough enough to be thrown around in my canoe and kept my bedding dry on the wet rainy day we had to encounter. I liked the guide that reminds you how many folds to complete before strapping it closed. People in the store were helpful and allowed me to test fit before I purchased. Thanks Dicks! November 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice-N- dry I use the dry bag on my pack frame in place of having a fancy back pack. The dry bag is durable in the brush dry on the inside even in relentless weather. My two man tent, sleeping bag and three to four days of clothes fit easily in the 55L. Bottom line dry bag and pack frame does the same job a very expensive back pack will do. All for under a hundred bucks August 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very roomy Took this bag on my canoe trip for my camping gear. Dumped my canoe limboing under a fallen tree and everything stayed dry. Great bag, just wished the price was a little lower($40). Thirty dollars would be a lot better. June 25, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by very poor quality This bag was broken first time out of the canoe. My other bags all have a nylon strap on them, these bags have cheep plastic straps. Big bucks for junk April 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by awesome bag! My Son used this bag on a boy scout high adventure canoe trip. It fit everything he needed for the week! and I mean EVERYTHING, he fit sleeping bag,(compressed kind) pad, clothes for the week, extra shoes towel and a few "luxury" items like a frisbee and playing cards worked great! on the down side....being one compartment it was tough to reach the bottom to pack or unpack, and maybe it could have used some sort of shoulder strap August 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent for a tent and 2 sleeping bags Used this on a canoe trip to keep everything dry. Although the bag never got in the water, the construction of the bag seemed durable and suitable for a boating trip. August 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Buckle broke off strap after three days. Made too light, should have heavier material. August 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by it is possible it was user error I used this dry bag on an overnight canoeing trip with my sons boy scout troop. Our first day on the river was full of splashing, but we never capsized. Overall the boat was pretty dry. That was until the hour long torrential downpour with hail. This pretty quickly filled up the boat. I imagine this is when the bag took on just a bit of water. Not soaked, but everything was damp. It could have been user error, as I had the bad very full and I only rolled it 3 times. I probably should have tried to get 4. That being said, it should have held under 3, but it was stuffed! June 4, 2012
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