Avoiding wet kit is an issue for any outdoor enthusiast, especially in the reliably damp UK. Exped's 2010 range of incredibly versatile, super-light dry bags offer an easy solution to this irritating problem. The Drypack Pro's stripped down, daysack styling will appeal to a wide range of outdoor users including climbers, walkers, mountain bikers and kayakers. What's more, because it's light and waterproof, the Drypack Pro also makes an ideal travel day bag.
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The Drypack Pro comes in two sizes: 15 litre or 25 litre. Both comprise a simple, single compartment, which seals water tight with a roll-top closure. The waist and chest straps are lightweight, ventilated daypack-style straps and, on the front, there's a handy bungee cord and a haul loop. What more do you need?
Available in six colours and two sizes:
UK stockists:Lyon Equipment are the UK Distributors for Exped. Find an Exped stockist here: www.lyon-outdoor.co.uk
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