For anyone who takes pleasure in outdoor activities it’s always a great concept to have a waterproof backpack. They’re readily available in various sizes and rate points with varying functions. I have actually been checking out a 20L one from Outdoor Products called Amphibian Weather Defense.
It measures 23 ″ x 9.5 ″ x 7.5 ″ and is the ideal size to hold a pair of clothing or shoes, some treats and water, camera equipment, and other small products. It has a water tight, roll leading seal and bonded joints for keeping all of your valuables good and dry under any wet climate condition.
There are 2 side pockets for storage and one mesh pocket in the front. It also has 2 cushioned shoulder straps for continuing your back and a deal with at the top for grabbing by hand. It even has a method to carry along your trekking poles with the loops at the bottom of the bag.
After being evaluated on multiple events I would say this is an extremely reliable dry bag. I have actually taken it hiking during a light rain storm, used it to hold my clothes in camping site shower facilities, brought it to the beach, and even taken it kayaking. Every time it’s been exposed to water it kept the contents inside entirely dry.
Initially I was a little wary about it only having a roll top to seal up. It sure has shown me wrong! This bag has become my favorite tool to handle outdoor adventures. Whether I’m hiking during the rainy season or kayaking on the river I know my possessions are going to remain dry.
Thanks to Outdoor Products for letting us review this terrific pack! For places to purchase, click here.
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