Watershed Mississippi Dry Duffel Bag


Color: Royal Purple
Price:
Sale price$239.00

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Description

The Watershed Mississippi Dry Duffel bag can carry all the essentials for a raft trip or expedition where it is absolutely necessary to keep your gear dry. Now with new colors for 2022: Saftey Orange, Royal Purple, and Smoke Green.

Features
  • Keep your gear dry even when submerged! Easy-to-use ZipDry Seal presses shut like a freezer bag.
  • All seams are radio frequency-welded and guaranteed to be free of leaks.
  • Even the smallest details are top quality: Duraflex side-release buckles and D-rings are combined with extreme-duty nylon webbing.
  • Wide mouth for easy access.
  • ZipDry Seal
  • Rugged Carry Handles
Specifications
Dimensions Rolled 15.5″ Height x 43.25" Width x 15″ Depth
Capacity Rolled 6762 cu in (111L)
Closure Type ZipDry®
Opening Size 38 in
Weight 4.05 lbs

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