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Dry Bags / Stuff Sacks

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Here at Appalachian Outdoors we've got all the dry bags and stuff sacks that you'll need to keep your kit clean, dry and protected from the elements. With great products from top brands including Sealline and Outdoor Research you know your gear will be safe whilst crossing a river, canoeing, or sailing.
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Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 6L 175 (Sea To Summit)
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--20 Liter 09660 (Sealline)
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Guide Map Case 385 (Sea To Summit)
Sealline Baja Dry Bag--20 Liters 09704 (Sealline)
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 6L
175
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--20 Liter
09660
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Guide Map Case
385
Sealline Baja Dry Bag--20 Liters
09704
$26.95
 
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 6L 175 (Sea To Summit)
$39.95
 
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--20 Liter 09660 (Sealline)
$29.95
 
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Guide Map Case 385 (Sea To Summit)
$27.95
 
Sealline Baja Dry Bag--20 Liters 09704 (Sealline)
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Case Smartphone 400 (Sea To Summit)
Cascade Designs Baja Dry Bag--30 Liters 09707 (Cascade Designs)
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 10L 176 (Sea To Summit)
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--5 Liter 09658 (Sealline)
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Case Smartphone
400
Cascade Designs Baja Dry Bag--30 Liters
09707
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 10L
176
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--5 Liter
09658
$29.95
 
Sea To Summit TPU Waterproof Case Smartphone 400 (Sea To Summit)
$32.95
 
Cascade Designs Baja Dry Bag--30 Liters 09707 (Cascade Designs)
$29.95
 
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack 10L 176 (Sea To Summit)
$29.95
 
Sealline Discovery Dry Bag--5 Liter 09658 (Sealline)

While most sleeping bags come with a compression bag or stuff sack, there are replacements and upgrades here if you need them. Just one note of caution: sleeping bag stuff sacks shouldn't be used for long-term storage, especially for down-filled bags. Compression over long periods can damage the insulating power of the down, so when you get home, take the bag out of the sack, give it a good shake, make sure it's 100% dry, and store it inside a generously sized pillow case in a well-ventilated closet.