Drycomp Ridge Sack™

Style# 36621OR

Rugged and durable, the waterproof Drycomp Ridge Sack has all the features needed for hauling gear in wet conditions. Radio frequency welded seams and reinforced fabric on the bottom and pocket area provides maximum strength and waterproof protection. A mesh pocket accommodates a hydration bladder, stretch cording and gear loops secure extra gear, and compression straps cinch down your load. Breathable mesh shoulder straps offer a comfortable fit for alpine climbing and peak bagging.






  • Waterproof Roll-Top Closure
  • Waterproof
  • Reinforced Bottom and Back Pocket
  • Radio Frequency Welded Seams
  • Lightweight
  • Durable Buckle Closure
  • Durable
  • Dual Adjustable Ice Axe Loops
  • Compression Straps
  • Bungee Cord
  • Breathable Mesh Shoulder Straps


Fabric 100% nylon, 70D, TPU // 100% nylon, 420D, TPU

  • 26" x 11" 6ᄑ" / 66 cm x 28 cm x 17 cm
    VOLUME /
  • 1891 cu. in. / 31 L
  • 17.1 oz. / 485 g

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 17.1oz / 485g (One Size)

Customer Reviews

great for what i use it for (Review by tyson)

i use this bag to carry my wetsuits when going surfing. it easily fits my 5.4.3, boots, gloves, towel and flipflops. i use the outside mesh pocket for wax and snacks. after surfing i just stuff all my wet stuff in the bag, seal it up and it keeps my car dry. no leaks.
this bag is great for what i use it for.
i would love to see one built that is twice as wide, 50L-60L. with a wet side and dry side. so that way i could carry wetsuits and all my stuff for a few days at the ocean. keep my clothes dry and i can carry wet stuff out til i get to were i can dry it. that way i could carry one backpack, which is my preferred way to carry things.

(Posted on 4/8/14)

Drycomp Ridge Sack™ (Review by By Tarnished Bronze)

As the title states I've had this pack for a few years now and its great. Lately I have mostly used as a dry bag for food storage on trips in excess of three days. On my last excursion to Killarney for a week trip I noticed a 1 cm laceration in the bag on the first day. I believe that this was caused by repeated rubbing contact with the sharp edges from "boil in a bag" meals. At the time I noticed the cut I was on my first day in early spring in bear country, needless to say I was concerned about the integrity of the bag for the duration of the trip with amount of weight I had in it ( 20-25 lbs) I won't deny liking some luxury food when I camp, thus the weight.To my surprise this bag held up for the entire week being raised and lowered on a bear line, the cut never got bigger. In hind sight I should have had a repair kit ( gorilla tape and seamseal) with me but I didn't. My recommendation to purchasers is use it for its purpose, don't put objects inside it that could cause it to lose its integrity... clothing, snacks etc are fine. Considering it held up as long as it has with the misuse I have put it through, I would highly recommend it.

(Posted on 6/10/13)

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