NRS River Rescue Duffel
Item: 55002.01 | Product Description »
- 600 denier polyester material is strong enough to support a load of carabiners, pulleys and rope.
- Convenient zippered duffel provides quick access to rescue gear.
- The three-inch side compartment makes for easy organization of smaller gear.
- Handy inside zippered mesh pocket for extra organization of small gear.
- Sturdy carry handle and shoulder strap for easy carrying.
- 3M® reflective tape on webbing makes the bag easy to find in low light situations.
- The size, measured fully packed is 16"D x 30"L, 6005 cu. in. volume.
- 16" diameter x 30" long, 6005 cu. in.
|Volume:||6,005 cu. in, 98 Liters|
|Filled Dimensions:||16" diameter x 30" L|
Organize your river hardware into one convenient duffel with the NRS River Rescue Duffel. This capable bag was designed with the rescue professional in mind while addressing the needs of the larger boating community.
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Q:how much does it weigh? Is there a larger duffel available?Asked on 2/28/2016 by John from Mentor, Oh
A:It weighs 1 lb 11 oz. The waterproof Watershed Colorado (Item # 55410.02) and Mississippi (55414.02) Duffels are larger.Answered on 2/28/2016 by Clyde from NRS
- NRS River Rescue Duffel
Q:is this bag water proofAsked on 1/8/2013 by rick
A:NopeAnswered on 1/9/2013 by Anonymous
A:No it is not water proof. Will shed rain just like a any modern back pack.
We use it to store rescue equipment for the fire department. Part of our Rapid Intervention Team deployment stuff.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:No, it is nylon not rubberized/waterproof. JonAnswered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:No, it is not waterproof. The material is tightly woven, but there's no waterproof coating.Answered on 1/8/2013 by Clyde from NRS
A:No, that bag is not waterproof...but this one (
http://www.nrsweb.com/shop/product.asp?pfid=2955&pdeptid=1988) is. I have
one of each...Answered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:Not that I've tried to submerge it in water or lash it to a raft on a river trip. This is not a dry bag. I use my bag as my primary point A to point B gear hauler on all my kayak and camping trips. It usually stays with me in my tent on car camping excursions and I use it as my everyday gym bag. I occaisionally use it as part of my luggage on car trips, not planes. Aside from normal weather exposure, I'm guessing it's weather or water resistant? I like the large gear hauling capasity, but I wish the end zipper didn't zip as low down the sides of the bag, they could come up 1/3 of the way to creat a better pocket for items to not spill out. The end pocket could also have two zippers. Never fails when I want to get into this pocket, the zipper is on the opposite side from where I am. The gear storage area is pretty large and sometimes my gym stuff has a tendacy to get lost in a jumble because everything can slide around. Sometimes it's dificult to stuff
in a gym locker because the large hauling area lets gear slide to one end, but this is more of a product of small lockers vs the bag. I would love to see a half size version as a companion bag or something that would be used as a day bag or better fit for gym use. Overall I do like the bag and use it daily. Not sure if they've made any improvements since I bought mine several years ago, it wears well and still looks like new.
This feature is kinda cool, never been asked to review an item like this.
OhioAnswered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:No, this bag is not water proof.Answered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:The bag is splash-proof - the fabric is waterproof but the seams and zippers
are not. My bag was underwater for a while when we pinned our canoe on a
strainer and the bag filled with water.Answered on 1/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:Nope. It is a wet bag. I really love it as all around travel ruffle,
camping to flying. Do wish it had a few more small storage areas.Answered on 1/9/2013 by Anonymous