Chaos Ready Waterproof Backpack Review

Outdoor gear should look the part.  Or should it?  When it comes to dry bag backpacks, most look like haul-everything, bomb proof monsters.  Most act the part too.  That’s a good thing.  Some products and companies just go their own way.  There are a lot of waterproof bags that add features like shoulder straps to […]

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Barlii Waterproof Dry Bag Review: A PVC Free Dry Bag Great for Adventure, Better for the Planet

Many of the best outdoor gear products on the market today combine form and function with a focus on keeping the places we adventure in protected for future generations.  The emphasis on the environmental impact of a product’s lifespan is greater than ever.  Innovative gear manufacturers are creating excellent products that consider all parts of […]

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Lonelyfish Dry Bag and Waterproof Phone Case Review: A Feature-Packed Waterproofing Solution for Kayaking, Canoeing, Hiking and More

What makes one dry bag better than another?  Why are some dry bags considered the best and others don’t seem to make a top ten list?  More often than not, dry bag reviews will reveal that it’s all about features.  In the outdoor, survivalist, and bushcraft worlds, there is a school of thought that suggests […]

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ZBRO Waterproof Dry Bag Review

The best dry bag is one that you consider a go-to piece of gear.  It is something that is always in your packing list and you probably have more than just one in the gear closet.  Let’s face it, many dry bags are very similar.  There are a few that stand out with design features, […]

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Earth Pak Waterproof Dry Bag Review

Versatility is a good thing.  Especially when it comes to outdoor gear.  A wise bush crafter once said that he wouldn’t buy a piece of gear unless it had two purposes.  It is a good rule to follow when considering gear choices for adventures of all types.  When it comes to the best dry bags, […]

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Outdoor Research Durable Dry Sack Review

If one of your first steps in planning any adventure is clearing some floor space and meticulously laying out all the gear you think you will need, and then some, you are in good company.  There is something strangely satisfying, and maybe a bit materialistic, about seeing all the items that will assist or provide […]

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