Designs Boundary Pack
- Waterproof & ventilated shoulder straps
- Waist belt
|SealLine Boundary Portage Pack - The legendary Boundary Pack from SealLine is perfect for everything from canoeing and canyoneering to protecting your gear on trains, buses, and burros. It features a watertight Dry Seal roll-top closure, along with a heavy-duty, scrim-reinforced vinyl bottom and body. The 115L and 70L sizes close with side-cinch buckles, while the daypack-size 35L includes a top buckle closure. A lightweight suspension system includes waterproof and ventilated shoulder straps, as well as a waist belt on every size. SealLine Boundary Portage packs ensure your gear stays dry in the worst conditions.
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This is the big one! The Boundary Pack 115 is large enough to carry more than one person’s dry gear. I’ve had this bag on weeklong trips and it rocks. If you’re looking for a really great dry bag to hold all your gear, this is it!
The Boundary 70 is a great expedition drybag. It’s big enough to carry most camping gear that needs to stay dry, and is easy to transport and store. I’ve used this bag to go up to 4 days and 3 nights and it has never let me down!
Have owned 2 of the Boundary bags since 1998. Still tough as ever. Great as an exterior shield against everything from water to sun, mud to rocks. Easy to sling up away from wildlife too. Only downside is that it's difficult to see inside them if you're not organized inside. Best to compartmentalize your packing, but have a headlamp handy so you can see your stuff, especially in low light times of the day. This is especially an issue for the darker coloured packs. The roll down closure design is fantastic. Allows you to decide whether to compress all of the air out of the bag, or, if you're canoeing, to seal in a certain amount of air for flotation if you capsize your boat. Of course, if you're falling out of your boat. Don't.
I've owned a boundary 35 l pack for about 15 years that goes with me on dive trips around the world. It has proven itself, whether hauling groceries from the store to the inn in the Caribbean, Keeping spare clothes dry in a tropical downpour in Fiji, Being the only dry spot in an open dive boat where everybody can stash their shirts, caps, and towels in Indonesia, or Kayaking around North Carolina, this pack is worth it's weight in gold. Every time other people see how well made and functional this pack is, they all want to know where to get one for themselves. Anytime I'm packing gear for a trip, this bag goes with me.
This are absolute bomber packs. I've used these packs for years and drug them over rocks, sticks, logs and thrown them in and out of canoes with no worry. I have 2 of the largest size and it's more than enough space for any expedition length. Don't hesitate to buy!!
Our bag was part of the package when I met my husband 13 years ago. I'm not sure how long he had it before we met. I know it was his "suitcase" for when he guided in Alaska. It has seen hundreds, if not thousands of miles of river and lakes. It also comes with on road trips and car camping. It's in amazing shape for all the abuse it has taken. I'm writing this review because my mom wanted to know what to get my brother for his birthday and the quest for the perfect gift for him lead me here!
I bought the 115L Boundary pack in 2010, and it is still going strong. I work for a company that take youth on 50 (fifty) day wilderness expeditions in SE Alaska. It has gone with me roughly 500 days in the past 6 years. The shoulder straps still carry the load nicely of a fully loaded pack.
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