/ Waterproof kit bags

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AndyBeach on 23 Nov 2012 - 5adc27dc.bb.sky.com
Thinking about getting a couple of these to stash wet gear and boots in any good? 40% off at the mo.

muppetfilter - on 23 Nov 2012
In reply to AndyBeach: They look a great product and at a superb price, I especially love the "Dismembered Hooker" sized bag . It solves that problem of tell tale bloodstains in the back of the family estate car. Plus great for Bikeing and scuba gear ;0)

These are a bit more expensive but utterly indestructable..
scrufff on 23 Nov 2012 - 82-71-49-171.dsl.in-addr.zen.co.uk
In reply to AndyBeach:

Yup very good, obviously not a replacement for a North Face duffel or whatnot as they only close by a draw cord, but very handy for chucking in the car
climbkmc on 24 Nov 2012 - whois?
In reply to AndyBeach: I have one of these bags and they're are really good, my only issue is they can be a bit awkward to carry if you don't have much in them. The shoe pocket is really useful too.

If you want something more watertight try these http://www.ewetsuits.com/acatalog/rucksack-dry-bags-rucksacks.html
Taken it on a couple of expeditions where carrying for a longish distance was required and they did the job nicely
AndyBeach on 26 Nov 2012 - 5adc27dc.bb.sky.com
In reply to AndyBeach:
Thanks for the advice guys, I joined their mailing list last week and have just received a voucher code for 10% off, makes it a no brainer, just ordered two. Voucher code is DUFF10 valid until end Nov

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