Pillow Case / Flat Dry Bag
This dry bag has three versions: waterproof 25g/m² Dyneema Composite Fabric (0.8oz/yd² DCF) and 34g/m² Dyneema Composite Fabric (1.0oz/yd² DCF) and an ultralight non-waterproof ripstop. It has a classic roll top closure. The bags are intended to keep your clothes clean, organized and dry (the Dyneema versions). The size is carefully chosen – if you put your spare clothes in and slip a bandana on, it becomes a comfy pillow with a pillow case. The bandannas are easy to wash and dry so you can easily have better sleep hygiene. Adjust softness and size by stuffing in more clothes and by using the roll top closure. When not a pillow, it is a nice ultralight stuff sack. With the inherently waterproof material of the DCF versions, glued seams and the roll top closure, you should not worry about getting your clothes or other gear wet in the rain. The ripstop material is breathable and soft and so can make a better pillow if you do not need the bag to be waterproof. Naturally, you can use these bags not only for clothes, but also for a food bag for example, but we have dedicated another bag with a bigger opening for that. Also check the Dyneema stuff sacks if you don’t need the roll-top closure.
A new version is fitted with hook&loop tape over the entire length of the perimeter. This makes the rim stiffer and easy to align.
Other dimensions and are possible, just contact us and we will give you price and delivery time.
|0.8oz/yd² DCF, hook&loop||11.8g|
|1.0oz/yd² DCF, hook&loop||13.6g|
|0.8oz/yd² DCF, hook&loop||11g|
|1.0oz/yd² DCF, hook&loop||12.6g|
Please allow ±0.2grams tolerance.
If you have not used a bag with a roll top closure, it goes like this:
Pull the buckle parts apart from each other to straighten the neck and close the opening. Roll the rim several times to compress the bag and clip the buckle. That’s it. If you want to make the closure more secure, loop the buckles one more time before clicking them.
The Dyneema material is air tight, so it is better to compress the air out before you roll the top.
If you want to hang the bag, do not stress the buckles – these are designed only to hold the dry bag together and as such might open. Instead, thread your line through the black loops that hold the buckle.