NRS Tuff Sack Dry Bag
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- Overview Overview Drop your gear in the NRS Tuff Sack, fold down the watertight closure and forget about it. Professional outfitters around the globe rely on NRS Tuff Sacks to keep gear dry. Designed in a variety of...
Drop your gear in the NRS Tuff Sack, fold down the watertight closure and forget about it. Professional outfitters around the globe rely on NRS Tuff Sacks to keep gear dry. Designed in a variety of sizes, the Tuff Sack can fit everything from sunscreen and on-the-boat essentials to clothing for a week.
- Heavy-duty PVC-Free 18-ounce TobaTex material and welded seams keep your gear dry
- The StormStrip closure system with heavy-duty plastic buckles provides a watertight seal
- The rolled-down top also provides a convenient carry handle
- A D-ring on the quick-release buckle provides a handy attachment point
NRS Tuff Sack Dry Bag:
|5 L||6.5" D x 9.5" H||305|
|10 L||7.5" D x 13.75" H||610|
|15 L||9.5" D x 13" H||915|
|25 L||9.5" D x 21.5" H||1525|
|35 L||11.5" D x 20.5" H||2136|
|45 L||12.5" D x 22.25" H||2746|
|55 L||12.5" D x 27.25" H||3356|
Bags are measured fully packed with the top folded over three times and clipped closed
- FGFLIP G.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoNRS Tuff Sack Dry Bag
I love this bag! It's huge and is of the same great quality I've come to expect from NRS. I actually got a second one.Was this helpful?
- LALori A.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoGreat size, good quality bag.
Great size, good quality bag.Was this helpful?
- ESEric S.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 stars1 year agoMaterial could stand to be
Material could stand to be thickerWas this helpful?
- MCMichael C.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 3 stars2 years agoTuff Sack not waterproof
I have a lot of NRS gear because I like the quality. I got several Tuff Sacks for whitewater kayaking,for those unfortunate times when I miss a roll. I discovered that the "waterproof" claim for these bags is false advertising. To say water resistant would be okay. I tested the bags in my kitchen sink, folding them multiple ways with great care. The bags always leaked some when submerged even for a short time. Very disappointing. I put a store brand ziplock back in the sink, and guess what, it stayed dry inside. So, I guess I will have to put anything I must keep dry inside a ziplock bag inside the Tuff Sack.Was this helpful?