Seal Line Baja Ultra Durable 20L Dry Bag

Seal Line Baja Ultra Durable 20L Dry Bag is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11.
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Seal Line Baja Ultra Durable 20L Dry Bag
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Pack your gear and paddle out onto the water with the Seal Line® Baja™ Ultra Durable Dry Bag. Designed for on-the-water or landside activities, this dry bag boasts a Dry Seal™ roll top closure system complete with dual strips for a watertight seal. A D-ring offers easy attachment to your gear, and the spacious, durable design provides superior protection for your essentials.


  • Designed for water and land activities
  • Dry Seal™ roll top closure system
  • Dual-strip roll down provides a watertight seal
  • Attached D-ring for easy attachment to a boat, raft, gear or luggage rack
  • Delivers versatile, durable protection
  • Model # 08531
  • Seal Line


  • Material: 19 oz. scrim-reinforced vinyl sides, 30 oz. heavy-duty scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom
  • Volume: 19L
  • Weight: 14.5 oz.
  • Dimensions: 9”W x 16” L
  • Brand: SealLine
  • Country of Origin: United States of America


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Also great for motorcycling I'm into my 2nd 55L bag for the last 30 years, the buckle finally broke on bag#1. I can put my tent, sleeping bag, extra blanket, and Therm-a-Rest mattress inside, ride through a monsoon or semi's wash, and KNOW I'll have something dry to sleep in at the end of the day. I just pack it, plop it on the back seat, strap it down, and head down the road. I've used rope, bungee cords, and Rok Straps (the best), to strap it down and the bag takes it all without blinking, if a dry bag could blink. I even use it as the welcome mat for my tent when the gear's all set up. It's my main piece of equipment for motorcycling trips.
Date published: 2015-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag - I put water in them with no leaking I actually use these bags in reverse. I put water in them and travel. I travel to indigenous regions and often have no water source going there and need to bring pure water. These are by far the best dry bags I've used. I travel with pure water inside the bags, even on planes full of water and these bags are great. I've dropped them, applied the pressure from weight and never worry about them breaking or leaking. They are equally strong and light and fold to be perfectly flat and small when empty. Highly recommend these bags.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely Durable, Waterproof I've had three 55L bags for 5 years now and use them several times per year on paddling trips. Just returned from a trip where one of the bags got hung up on a sharp tree branch while we were navigating a small river - the branch could not puncture the bag and once again, the bags (which normally sit in bilge water all day) kept my gear dry. The only negative to this design is that it can be hard to access gear near the bottom. Many of us have come to prefer the duffel-style dry bags for this reason, but they can be more susceptible to leaks.
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from far exceeded expectations I recently "lost" my 30L Baja dry bag, pinned between a tree and a gravel bar in a moderately-moving current at ~20-30cm depth. We made a few rescue attempts over the next 30 hours, before leaving it as lost. It was found, ~50km down stream, 8 days later. Considering the waterproof description states "withstands quick submersions", I was expecting everything to be completely waterlogged. However, the contents at the top were only slightly damp, and at the bottom, contents were dry. I was amazed!
Date published: 2018-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'll never buy a different dry bag. I strapped these bruisers on the back of my kayak for a remote 3 day river trip. The weather was mostly good but the bajas don't care. They got thrashed against rocks that felt like cheese graters and still hung in there. I run my gear pretty hard and these bags earned their stripes. Now I'm just trying to get all the colors.
Date published: 2015-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the Color You Want We've used SealLine bags with zero problems since the mid-1980's, sea kayaking, climbing and backcountry camping. Get the color you want. You will be using it for a long, long time.
Date published: 2016-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What Goes Around, Comes Around When I was 11 I was sent to a canoe tripping camp and purchased a Baja 30L which carried everything I needed for 14+ day canoe trips except my toothbrush. Fast Forward ~15 years: That original Baja is still working, still seals and was used as a "large item" deck bag on a 8 day kayak trip in Glacier Bay National Park. I also purchased several 20L Bajas for this trip as they would fit into my hatches better. Would recommend.
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable - Even kids can't rip these I own at least a dozen of the Baja Bags.... Most are the 55 L bags. I take my now college-age boys and friends on multiple five day long canoeing / kayaking trips each year. We put our canoes and kayaks on our custom trailer that also holds these full bags and all of our other gear, which is exposed to rain while we travel to other states. I have had some of these bags for over 10 years and they are all still holding up. I bought more as our groups expanded. We used these for monthly weekend campouts when the boys were in Boy Scouts. When they were younger / smaller, they would drag these across the gravel bars (much to my displeasure) but the bags always held up. We put a week of clothes and material in duffle bags as that makes it easy to slide everything out (and back in). We use some bags for compressed sleeping bags and tents.We recently bought a 30L bag to slide into the stern of our 14' kayak. Over the years, Seal Line has changed the color of the bags, which helps identify each person's bag. We use strips of color duct tape to distinguish bags of the same color. We use a clear 30L bag as our First Aid supply bag and for our solar battery charger. We keep the supplies inside a bright orange first aid bag that slides in for easy access and put that bag on top of the kayak or canoe so the solar charger gets sun during the day. There are cheaper / thinner bags, and I've thought of buying those when I've bought more, but always decided to stay with these durable bags as we are on gravel bars most of the time. I've not bought the newer bags with the air purge valves, as we leave air in so the bags float when someone flips a canoe (which happened a couple times before everyone was experienced and unfortunately in 2017 when a tree fell across a rapid literally seconds after one of the canoes entered the chute). We also use the 55L bags when we go motorcycle touring. We just strap them sideways on the back seat. I've not found a better product for our use.
Date published: 2018-05-25
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