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NRS Bill's Bag 65L Dry Bag

NRS Bill's Bag 65L Dry Bag

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Product title: NRS Bill's Bag 65L Dry Bag
SKU: ADB_NSBILL065-Blue-065L

The NRS Bill's Bag 65L Dry Bag is what outfitters, guides and weekend warriors have relied on to keep their overnight gear dry trip after trip. This midsize dry bag can compact enough to fit in overhead compartments of most airlines and is the perfect size for weekend and overnight trips.

  • Heavy-duty construction will outlast a generation worth of adventures
  • Expandable for extra storage but can be cinched down to compact gear
  • StormStrip closure system provides a confident seal
  • Aluminum fasteners on compression straps increase durability
  • Easy top loading access
  • Removable, adjustable backpack harness w/ padded shoulder straps

Technical Specifications

Filled & Rolled Volume 65L / 3900 cu. in.
Filled & Rolled Dimensions 14” D x 24” H (fully packed and closed)
Closure System Fold-down StormStrip
Material 21 oz. TobaTex body / 34 oz. TobaTex bottom
Weight 3.8 lbs.
Rated 4.5 stars
Based on 2 reviews
2 reviews
  • ZE
    Zacheria E.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    3 years ago
    NRS Bills Bag Review/ what could be done better

    I am really happy with this bag so far! i have been using it for Mountain Adventure Skills Training through College of the Rockies. This bag has held up in some pretty crazy pack piles and floated a couple rapids during rafting, and canoeing in the South Rockies. it's a perfect bag for day trips and i love the removable straps. The things i think that could be added are a padded hip strap, and gear loops for carabiners. Maybe even an optional mesh net to wrap it for canyoning!

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  • GS
    Guest S.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    4 years ago
    so far so good

    I took my new Bill's Bag 65L Dry Bag for a 120-mile kayak trip, some white water (up to Class 3); worked quite well for me, still looks like new. fastening and unfastening aluminum hooks is much-much faster than for buckles; and they are probably more difficult to break (not that I tried). I have had some concerns about the durability of this fastening system under critical condition (that it could unfasten at strong lateral tagging, even if strapped tight); but so far have no complaints (did not have any overturns/drags during this trip; so cannot testify this really cannot happen).

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