Lightweight Dry Bag's

bsacbob

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Over the years i have tried many types of roll top dry bag's, usually the lightweight variety tend to split or tear very easily, i've been using these Karrimor dry bag's and for the price they are hard to beat. They start at a handy 2 Lt up to a giant 80 Lt and are well constructed, the 2 Lt size for example is only 3 UK pounds, the only downside is they will only ship via DHL who will scam you for custom's.

Best get a pal to grab some who lives in blighty and mail them via flat packet.

http://www.fieldandtrek.com/karrimor-dry-bag-784313?colcode=78431302

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I'm partial to Cuban fibre too Phil... Although this one is not so easy to get State Side.

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Couldn't lay my hands on the exotic smokes so I went for some lightweight Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil drysacks. I wanted something light to separate my stuff in my waterproof luggage. They are only 30D cordura so I'll have to see how long they last. Bought from Tank Store at Central World, BKK.

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