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Cascade Designs SealLine Storm Sack Dry Sack SPOTLITE REVIEW

Top performing lightweight dry sack with roll top closure and taped seams.

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by Carol Crooker | 2006-06-27 03:00:00-06

Cascade Designs SealLine Storm Sack Dry Sack SPOTLITE REVIEW

Overview

The Cascade Designs SealLine Storm Sack is a lightweight dry sack with roll top closure and taped seams.

The SealLine Storm Sack has not been field tested. It was subjected to a series of tests simulating conditions beyond what normally might be expected inside a pack (its intended use). For test results, click here.

Features and Specifications

  • Roll-Down Closure
  • Sewn and Taped Construction
  • PVC-free 210D PU-coated nylon body and bottom
  • Website: “Our lightest, most versatile dry bag is also plenty rugged. It boasts a roll-down closure and seam-and-taped construction to ensure water tightness. Use it for organizing and protecting gear in a pack, or on its own when you really need to watch every ounce.”
  • Instructions inside packaging: “There is no roll-down closure from any manufacturer that is totally waterproof when submerged. This bag is not suitable for protecting from submersion such items as optical, electrical or photographic equipment, which can be permanently damaged by immersion or impact...SealLine Dry Bags are intended to protect your equipment and belongings from rain, splash, spray and intermittent shallow immersion. They are not intended for submerged use.”
SizeVolume
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Dimensions
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Weight Specified
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Weight Specified
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MSRP
$
2.51652.74.5 x 1211.4 x 30.51.6459.95
53906.46 x 1515 x 382.26212.95
1065610.87.5 x 1719 x 432.7 [3.0, 3.0]77 [84, 85]15.95
20131021.59 x 2123 x 533.810818.95

Citation

"Cascade Designs SealLine Storm Sack Dry Sack SPOTLITE REVIEW," by Carol Crooker. BackpackingLight.com (ISSN 1537-0364).
http://backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/cascade_designs_sealline_storm_sack_spotlite_review.html, 2006-06-27 03:00:00-06.

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