NRS Heavy-Duty Bill's Bag 110L


Color: Red
Price:
Sale price$199.95

Description

The NRS Heavy-Duty Bills Bag 110L adds extra armor to the bottom of the legendary Bill's Bag for those that are particularly abusive on gear or need to rely on it for years upon years to come. Chuck it off the boat, into the truck or onto an airplane without worry.

Key Features:

  • Constructed with heavy-duty 21 oz PVC/polyester body, Bill's Bags will outlast a generation worth of adventures.
  • The 34 oz PVC bottom extends six inches up the sides for extra wear protection.
  • This massive dry bag can expand for over 6700 cubic inches of storage capacity but can be cinched down with four compression straps to compact and stabilize gear.
  • Aluminum fasteners on the compression straps increase durability and eliminate busted buckles.
  • The StormStrip closure system provides a confident seal and allows for easy top-loading access.
  • The adjustable backpack harness with padded shoulder straps makes carrying your gear around rapids or into a secluded camp easy and comfortable.

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