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Dry Isolation Pack

#250164

A Waterproof Summit Sack That Fits In Your Palm
CAD65.00
COLOR black
SIZE: 1size - In stock
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This waterproof ultra-lightweight 18-liter pack comes with its own stuff sack, and when it’s stowed, it’s smaller than a can of beer (or a small coffee, if that’s more your thing). Carry it for side trips from base camp, or keep it inside your overnight pack to keep your camera dry during a downpour.
Fabric :
100% polyester
40D ripstop PU coating
Dimensions :
Dimensions / Rolled: 17” x 9” x 7” / 43 cm x 22 cm x 17 cm Volume: 1071 cu. in. / 18L
Weight :
4.1oz / 118g Avg. Weight for size One Size
Fabric Performance :
Waterproof
Fully Seam-Taped
Durable
Ultra Lightweight
Design Features :
Roll-Top Closure
Bungee System
Stuff Sack Included
Webbing Handle
Functional Details :
Adjustable Shoulder Straps
Top Handle

RATING AND REVIEWS

Super Ultralight But...

3

I purchased two of these packs for a trip to the Alps. My partner and I used them for both plane and train travel as well as lightweight day packs. The Dry Isolation Pack is a handy little bag! It adjusts easily, is ultralight, packs down to the size of a tennis ball and the handles are thoughtfully wide enough so that if you weigh it down, it's still comfortable enough. However, the one drawback, we though was a major drawback: The fabric is so thin and lightweight, we didn't even make it a week into out 6 week trip before the bags had holes worn into them and failed to be at all "dry". I'd say it's a great choice if you know you are going to use it lightly.

Portland, OR and SLC, UT

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Love this thing

5

This is as simple and stripped down a side-hike pack can get. I was looking for something ultralight and packable that I could toss in my backpacking kit for side hikes and this is perfect. Also it's waterproof. Cons: Wish it had a waist buckle for snugness.

Seattle

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Does the trick

5

Light. Serves purpose of dry bag to store some items and can be used for short per day trips as a pack. As expected, not the most comfortable but for something that weighs only a few, it is dual purpose and often gets tossed into larger bags/duffels on trips.

ABQ

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Great

5

Great bag for travel. Currently using it for a bike tour where I use it as a stuff sack for clothes in my bike panniers, then use it as a backpack for walking around towns or shopping. Rolls up super small, can fit in a jacket pocket. Fits plenty of gear as day pack: raincoat, extra layers, water bottle.

Alaska (AK)

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amazingly handy pack

5

from second one i was amazed by this pack, empty it fits in your pocket, fully loaded it can carry quite a bit. great for travel, light climbing, or day hiking.

Tennessee

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Super light and packaleb

5

Used this bag in Mexico to carry everything around. Primarily to head to the boat for scuba diving, No worries if it got wet on the boat. Wore the bag while biking to the marina. Also used it for buying groceries. Was surprised how comfortable it was fully loaded.

British Columbia

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Great compact bag

5

Used this as an Day bag in Iceland and it worked exactly as expected.

New York

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Does the job!

5

Bought this primarily to throw in the travel bag as a secondary pack for urban and backwoods jaunts alike. Folds up tiny and seems well constructed. An exterior water bottle pouch would be a welcome addition but it's not a deal breaker. Needs more testing but so far so good!

Nova Scotia

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Handy and packable

5

Packs into the palm of your hand but can hold a bunch when you deploy it. This goes with me on every trip. I tossed into my checked bag and use it for day trips, side adventures, groceries, etc.

High Cascades of Oregon and Alaska

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Great packable backpack

5

Tiny packable backpack than can also be used as a stuff sack and turned into a day pack for the summit push

Vancouver, BC

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