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Who makes large, tough dry bags?
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Contributors to this thread:
Bowfreak 08-Apr-18
Nick Muche 08-Apr-18
TurboT 08-Apr-18
BackStraps 08-Apr-18
Predeter 08-Apr-18
Bowfreak 08-Apr-18
Ziek 08-Apr-18
Dotman 08-Apr-18
Michael Schwister 08-Apr-18
From: Bowfreak
08-Apr-18
I'm looking for a large dry sack to use as a camp bag for my Nomad II. The largest I can find that is tough and dependable is a 55l from Outdoor Research. Does anyone know of someone who makes a much larger one, say 80l?

From: Nick Muche
08-Apr-18
Ortlieb does I'm sure.

From: TurboT
08-Apr-18
I use the original nomad and prefer multiple smaller bags: 1. sleep system, 2.food, 3. extra clothes. This enables me more flexibility of configurtaions

From: BackStraps
08-Apr-18
Eberlestock makes a 65L. Tough as nails.

From: Predeter
08-Apr-18
Do you know you need bigger than 55L? I have the 55 for my Nomad and feel like its huge.

From: Bowfreak
08-Apr-18
Yes I do. My sleeping bag takes up lots of space. I am 6'4" and have not found a reasonably priced lightweight bag that fits me so I stick with my heavier bag. I want one large bag to pack in between the wings.

Nick,

I'll check them out. Thanks.

From: Ziek
08-Apr-18
Don't know exactly what you're looking for, but check out NRS (Northwest River Supplies).

www.nrs.com

From: Dotman
08-Apr-18
Outdoorsmans has the body bag, think it’s around 87L and is huge.

08-Apr-18
US military surplus waterproof bags. 5-15$ on the auction site. can be used for game bags, flotation devices, and duct taped to a failed cell on an inflatable as a bush fix hauling a bull moose down an alaska river

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