Built from triple layer waterproof fabric using ultrasonic seam welding technology with a WP zippered roll top closure, this allows for a fully storm proof product without the need for a liner or rain cover.
Large opening for convenient access to all your gear, with the gray/red inner allowing you to find all your stuff easy and fast.
An easy to use "twist" air purge valve makes rolling down and packing a breeze.
ZERO DISPLACEMENT MOUNTING
The combo webbing + flat bungee & side release buckle construction provides a true zero-displacement mounting. The fixed D Rings allow you to route the anchor straps and prevents any lateral movement of the DryBag when mounted correctly.
Compression straps with heavy duty side release buckles allow you to cinch down according to the gear you are carrying.
The WP zipper on the roll top allows you extra volume in drier weather conditions
(* For 100% waterproofing, we strongly recommend rolling down at least 3 times)
External waterproof zippered pocket for flatter items like documents, cash etc.
A secondary bottom layer ensures a longer service life as it protects the bags when placed on the ground.
CARRYING & HANDLING
A secondary bottom layer ensures a longer service life as it protects the bags & Flexibility to carry in multiple ways - you can use it as a tote with the inbuilt carry handles, or as a duffle with the detachable shoulder strap or as a backpack with the detachable backpack straps. <P/>hen placed on the ground.
All-around reflectives give improved visibility in low light conditions
ADAPATABLEMultiple D-rings on all sides give you additional lash points, with the flexibility to attach the shoulder strap or backpack straps or bungee tie-downs.
Covered some 1,500 KM over a week with this drybag in tow, and I loved using it. I rode through pouring rain without having to worry about my clothes and gadgets getting wet - and didn't have to bother pulling out a rain cover in a downpour to protect my stuff.
I didn't ever have to think about the bag feeling imbalanced, thanks to the included tie-down straps. It did take a bit of getting used to, though - but once my experienced rider friends showed me how to properly secure the bag by tightening the straps, I was sorted. I also looped an additional Akro tie-down strap through the rings on the sides of the bag to fully the secure the bag.
This 40L size easily holds enough clothing, footwear, and gadgets (like a laptop, camera, chargers, etc.) for a 10-day journey. Given its design with a single large opening at the top, you'll want to use packing cubes so it's easy to pull out just the stuff you need instead of unpacking everything each time.
The bag materials and hardware feel solid, and i imagine it'll last a long while. While the straps are of good quality too, I imagine they'll wear out sooner over time, so I picked up an additional set that now lives at the bottom of this bag.
Really happy with this luggage. Looking forward to adding the 8L drybag to my collection.
I bought the 40L Drybag and it’s more than enough for my solo rides.
It feels and looks premium.
It comes with anchor straps (bungee straps with clip ons) so it ain’t going anywhere in the bumpy/speedy rides , also can be extended so that you can put another bag with a tent bag and yoga mat if you like to do camping.
Due to the rainy season I felt like it was a must buy for me.
50L bag would be an overkill for a solo rider like me but if you ride in pairs then buy the 50L drybag with viaterra waterproof saddle bags and you are all set for the 15-20Days adventure rides.