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Salamander Ultranighter Storage Float Bags

4.6
Rated 4.6 stars
10 Reviews
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Product title: Salamander Ultranighter Storage Float Bags
SKU: EFL_SLULTRA-Small

The Salamander Ultranighter Storage Float Bags are newly re-designed with a separate sealed bladder from the storage area. This keeps your gear sealed and dry while the separate bladder holds your gear in place without losing any air! Now you can just pack your gear, and blow up the bladder.

  • Keeps your supplies dry
  • Tapered shape packs tightly in difficult places
  • Protects from water brought in by boat condensation, capsize or leakage
  • Maximizes dry storage potential of all boats
  • Available in Small & Large
  • Sold in pairs

Technical Specifications

Small Dimensions 32” L x 8” W (inflated) 12.5" W (not inflated)
Small Volume 14 L (per bag)
Small Color Blue
Large Dimensions 43” L x 9.75” W (inflated) 15.5" W (not inflated)
Large Volume 28 L (per bag)
Large Color Red
4.6
Rated 4.6 stars
Based on 10 reviews
10 reviews
  • M
    Morgang
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    Great sto-floats for overnighter whitewater trips!

    The best of the currently available kayak storage float bags. I've tried them all - including the premium bags from another company. The challenge with using the various bags for whitewater kayak overnighters is having the bag fulfill several things: 1) pliability so it can fit past often narrow openings rear of the seat; 2) Big enough to fit a reasonable amount of gear; and 3) Durability. All the other bags I have tried had deficiencies in one or more of these areas. After using the Salamander bags for a 7-day wilderness whitewater trip, I can say the tradeoffs are minimal. They seem sturdy, they are pliable so they fit easily into the boat, and they expand in the right places to fit a good amount of gear.

    Overall, I was very very excited to finally find a bag that works without compromise.

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    Todd S.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    Do it

    More like a 4.5/5 -- everything I expected, good product. We'll see how they hold up; construction seems solid and in line with the price. I assume the similar bag from NRS might be nicer but it also costs significantly more.

    In considering traditional float bags and dry bags, and how those fit in a river runner, this option is certainly practical. As compared to float bags alone, the extra money to have a dual purpose bag, was worth it to me. Easy access to the bag contents, perhaps the hose could stand to be 5-6" longer (not deal breaker).

    From what I can tell, the smalls generally fill up the stern of my 80gal, 8ft river runner (Diesel). The nice thing is, I can roll up the bag more and half-inflate them for my more slicey 51gal, Big EZ.

    If you can catch these at 15-20% off like I did, it's a no-brainier, imo.

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  • WO
    William O.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    Working so Far

    So far so good. Holding air and keeping my stuff dry.

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    William O.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    Working so Far

    So far so good. Holding air and keeping my stuff dry.

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  • CD
    Calvin D.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    2 years ago
    Salamander UltraNighter Float bags

    These bags are easy to use and worked well for us on a 3 night kayak trip. The outside surfaces are tough and durable and the closures are easy to use while the bag is partially stuffed into the boat. It would be nice if the surfaces of the inner bladders were not so rubbery as the sticky surface can make it difficult to slide loose items all the way to the bottom of the bag.

    Other float bags we have owned had similar plastic filler hoses and they became hard and brittle with age. So I have re-fitted these bags with very flexible silicone hoses to keep that from happening.

    We purchased bags of both sizes and found that there is a big difference in capacity. The large size was a good fit for our Mamba 81. (77gal) and Karma Med (86gal) but we found it necessary to finish stuffing the bag after it was partially in the boat. The small Salamander bag fit easily even when it was fully stuffed and we used other small dry bags to contain the remaining gear without the need to wrestle them into the boat.

    Overall we are very happy with these bags.

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