Kena Kai Dri dry bags are made of same tough material that waterproof tarps are made from with water resistant zippers, heavy-duty nylon webbing and welded seams. A welded seam is the joining of two pieces of fabric without stitching which would result in a hole. These flexible seams are usually created by using glue, tape or heat. If you see a bag that looks like it is made of waterproof material but only has stitched seams, expect those seems to leak.
I like duffels like these, they are especially great if your headed to a cramped destination like a sailboat. After unpacking you can easily store the empty bag in any space, unlike a hardsided piece of luggage.
These duffels come in two sizes: small 25 liter 17x10.75x10.75 inches, and a large 35 liter 19x12.75x12.75 inches. The exterior zipper is water-resistant with a storm flap for added protection. Larger interior zippered pocket. Adjustable and padded shoulder strap. Lifetime Warranty
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