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NRS Outfitter Dry Bag

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Our Outfitter Bag keeps the river out of your gear. A simple, no-frills dry bag perfect for the rigors of daily use. 24 oz. PVC/polyester body, 34 oz. PVC/polyester bottom, cushioned carrying handle and padded sling. Available in 2.2 and 3.8 cubic feet. Both sizes feature the StormStrip™ closure to ensure dryness.

Sizes are measured fully packed and closed.
2.2: 14" diameter x 24" tall, 2.2 cu. ft., 3,695 cu. in., 61 liters
3.8: 16" diameter x 33" tall, 3.8 cu. ft., 6,635 cu. in., 109 liters

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Weight of 2.2 Size: 3.4 lbs.
Weight of 3.8 Size: 4.4 lbs.
Filled Dimensions: Available Sizes
Material: 24 oz. PVC/polyester body, 34 oz. PVC/polyester bottom
Closure System: Fold-down StormStrip™ closure
Features:
  • Padded shoulder sling
  • Rubberized carrying handle
Size (cu. ft.) Dimensions Cu. In. Liters
2.2 14" Dia x 24" H 3,695 61
3.8 16" Dia x 33" H 6,635 109

video: NRS Outfitter Dry Bag

NRS Outfitter Dry Bag (0:54)

Our Outfitter Bag keeps the river out of your gear. A simple, no-frills dry bag perfect for the rigors of daily use. 24 oz. PVC/polyester body, 34 oz. PVC/polyester bottom, cushioned carrying handle and padded sling. Available in 2.2 and 3.8 cubic feet. Both sizes feature the StormStrip closure to ensure dryness.

video: How To: Seal a Dry Bag

How To: Seal a Dry Bag (2:07)

NRS rafting guru Clyde Nicely shows you how to properly roll up your waterproof dry bag in this short instructional video. There are just a few simple steps you need to follow to get the best water-tight seal. Push out most of the air, then fold, rather than roll, the bag top. (Folding creates more sharp bends to block water entry.) Fold the top of the dry bag at least three times, then snap the buckle shut. Closed properly, NRS Drybags keep your gear dry while rafting, kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddling. The StormStrip closure on NRS dry bags is time- and boater-tested to protect your water sports gear. The StormStrip closure is used on the NRS Bill's Bag, Outfitter Bag, System 5 Bag, Expedition DriDuffel, Day Pack, Access Duffel, Tuff Sack, Ricksack and Dri-Stow Bag. It also protects and backs up the waterproof zip seal on HydroLock Dry Bags.

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NRS Outfitter Dry Bag
 
4.8

(based on 14 reviews)

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Pros

  • Tight closure (13)
  • Good capacity (12)
  • Strong material (12)
  • Easy to carry (9)
  • Waterproof (9)

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5.0

Great bag

By Curt

from South Jordan, UT

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good Capacity
  • Strong Material
  • Tight Closure
  • Waterproof

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about NRS Outfitter Dry Bag:

      Great bag. It allows me to pack big items like sleeping bags and camp chairs.

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      5.0

      Huge capacity -- Low Price

      By Self-propelled

      from Farmington, ME

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Carry
      • Good Capacity
      • Strong Material
      • Tight Closure
      • Waterproof

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about NRS Outfitter Dry Bag:

          I bought these as gear bags for clients on guided canoe camping trips. The bags fit sleeping bags and all suggested personal gear for each guest -- so it means fewer trips on portages.

          The material is bombproof and client-proof. Even novices can close them effectively.
          I shopped around extensively and these bags were by far the best value.

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          4.0

          Great Bag

          By Scouting Family

          from Langford SD

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Good Capacity
          • Strong Material
          • Tight Closure

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about NRS Outfitter Dry Bag:

              We bought this for my son to use on his trip to Boundary Waters. He hasn't been able to use it yet. The only con to this would be that it only has one cross body strap. I would think for a bag this size that it should be made with 2 straps, to carry like a backpack.

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              5.0

              Great for rafting

              By Tin grin

              from Pacific Northwest

              About Me Professional

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Tight Closure

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about NRS Outfitter Dry Bag:

                  Used this bag for a 6 day raft trip. Nothing got wet. Easy to close and very durable

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                  • No

                  (0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Dry bag review

                  By Bevbo

                  from Southern Utah

                  About Me Casual/ Recreational

                  Verified Buyer

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                        Comments about NRS Outfitter Dry Bag:

                        I bought this dry bag as a replacement for my old one. Haven't had a chance to use it yet. My uses for this bag will be primarily river rafting. I will update this post after my 1st trip with it.

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                          Q:

                          As this is clearly meant to be waterproof and tough, can this also be used to keep ice/water in? I am looking for a very tough soft bag to use as a cooler for paddleboard fishing. It needs to be tough because fish can poke holes in weaker materials. Thank you for your answer, and maybe we can do some R&D to find out if it would work.
                          Thanks, Ben Service
                          Asked on 3/15/2015 by Ben from Orlando

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                            A:

                            The bag is made of very tough material. I have taken mine on two trips
                            through Grand Canyon and it doesn't seem to be phased at all. It should be
                            a good vehicle for keeping ice/water in. The insulation value is nil, of
                            course.

                            Answered on 3/17/2015 by Anonymous
                          • Staff Reviewer

                            A:

                            Ben, the bag will certainly stand up to what you mention. Let us know how it works for you!

                            Answered on 3/16/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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