eVent® Compression Dry Sack
Maximise the space in your pack and keep everything moisture free with this lightweight waterproof compression sack.
- Oval Base x Height
- XS/6L to 2L: ø15 x 34cm, S/10L to 3.3L: ø18 x 40cm, M/14L to 4.5L: ø20 x 46cm, L/20L to 6.7L: ø23 x 50cm, XL/ 30L to 10L: ø27 x 58cm
- XS/6L to 2L: 107g, S/10L to 3.3L: 129g, M/14L to 4.5L: 148g, L/20L to 6.7L: 168g, XL/ 30L to 10L: 210g
- Selling Price
- From £20.00
We were the first company to introduce a compression dry bag into the market which does not use a purge valve. This innovation uses air permeable eVent® fabric on the base, which allows air to be pushed out of the sack, while stopping water getting in. This is a lighter, simpler and more reliable solution than a purge valve. The body is made of a tough 70D polyurethane-coated fabric.
It has a Hypalon roll-top closure like the rest of our dry sacks range and a lid with four straps for even compression.
- Rugged 70D tylon body and lid
- 10,000mm waterhead, lightweight durable Nylon
- Double stitched and tape sealed seams
- Roll top Hypalon closure with lid
- Bar tack reinforced stress points
- White interior for better visibility of contents
- Pull handle on the bottom
- Use: storage of compressible contents, such as clothes and sleeping bags
- Any roll-top dry sack must be closed properly to ensure water can’t get in. Begin by folding the Hypalon® strip down first and be sure to have at least three rolls before closing the buckle.
- Avoid contact with sharp objects or subjecting the sack to high abrasion, as this could compromise the waterproof fabric.
- Like all manufacturers of roll-top, fabric dry sacks, Sea to Summit recommends that sensitive electronic devices be ‘double bagged’ (i.e. putting electronics inside one dry sack then placing this inside a second dry sack). For maximum protection, the use of a waterproof hard case should be considered.
- Not intended for situations where dry sack will be submerged under water.
NB: While our Drysacks are designed to protect gear from rain and water dunking accidents they cannot guarantee to protect electronic gear when fully submerged. For this we recommend fully rated IPX standard diving protection cases.