The Toughest Waterproof Bags to Keep Your Gear Dry

Must Read

A Beginner’s Guide To 10 Types Of Crystals & How To Use Each Of Them

Whether you just bought a new crystal, or you've...

This Homemade Plant-Based Ground “Beef” Has Gut-Healthy Ingredients

While there are a number of vegan meat substitutes...

3 Things This MD Says You’re Probably Missing On Nutrition Labels

You likely know the issues with factory-farmed meat (here’s...

The right gear is crucial for enjoying an adventure, whether that’s keeping you warm, safe, or dry. Of course the weather can lower the integrity of even your best essentials, so packing the best waterproof bags for gear is crucial. These top picks will keep all your belongings dry on arrival, even in a downpour.

 

 

Sealine Baja Dry Bag
Courtesy Image

1. Best for Paddling: SealLine Baja View

Locate swim trunks, sun shirts or other stowables without unpacking. Even fully stuffed, the welded-seam, transparent Baja lets you see inside. And tie-downs keep it secured on any deck that’s apt to flip.

[From $25; seallinegear.com]

Get it

 

 

Fjallraven Ulvo dry bag

2. Best for Commuting: Fjällräven Ulvö Rolltop 23

Padded and seam-sealed, this tough, woven backpack keeps water out by pairing a rolltop closure with an urban aesthetic that’s ideal for both work and play.

[$135; fjallraven.com]

Get it

 

Matador Freerain32
Courtesy Image

3. Best for Travel: Matador Freerain32

The ultimate packable backpack, the ultralight 32-liter Freerain holds gear for impromptu alpine hikes and café-hopping. Its seam-sealed, rolltop main pocket is spacious, and hip-belt pockets keep snacks and phone handy. Packed, it’s 10.6 ounces and barely beer-can size.

[$90; matadorup.com]

Get it

 

Ortlieb Big Zip
Courtesy Image

4. Best for Big Trips: Ortlieb Big Zip

Cram an expedition’s worth of equipment into this body bag of a gear hauler. It carries backpack-style or with handles—capably enough that you’ll also tap it to corral your stuff on more everyday excursions.

[$230; ortliebusa.com]

Get it

 

Granite Gear Event Sil Compression Bag
Courtesy Image

5. Best for Backpacking: Granite Gear Event Sil Compression Drysack

This silky stuff-sack compresses space-consuming sleeping bags and puffy coats with minimalist straps, then the waterproof fabric slides smoothly into loaded packs without adding significant weight.

[From $34; granitegear.com]

Get it

 

Front Runner Typhoon
Courtesy Image

6. Best for Overlanding: Front Runner Typhoon

Tiedowns on four sides and a cavernous opening earn big props for this rugged, 90-liter rooftop carrier bag. So do the comfy carry handles, helpful purge valve and failsafe Velcro rolltop closure, which repels dust.

[$149; frontrunneroutfitters.com]

Get it

For access to exclusive gear videos, celebrity interviews, and more, subscribe on YouTube!

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest News

A Beginner’s Guide To 10 Types Of Crystals & How To Use Each Of Them

Whether you just bought a new crystal, or you've...

This Homemade Plant-Based Ground “Beef” Has Gut-Healthy Ingredients

While there are a number of vegan meat substitutes on the market these days,...

3 Things This MD Says You’re Probably Missing On Nutrition Labels

You likely know the issues with factory-farmed meat (here’s a refresher, just in case)....

All You Need to Know About Calorie Deficit Diet – HealthifyMe

SummaryIn India’s ever-growing fitness industry, most young adults are looking for ways to lose weight. With many opinions regarding various weight loss methods,...

Spring Camping Gear For Every Adventure

As weather warms and the melt begins, it’s time to start getting oriented back outdoors—or at least to find new ways of creating outdoor...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -