Earth Pak Waterproof Dry Bag Review
Keep it Dry
It’s winter. It’s cold. It’s grey. And it’s wet. In desperate need of thawing out, we made a mad dash to the Caribbean for an adventure. Having had enough of the soggy boots at home, we were in need of a dry bag to keep daily essentials for two dry and clean on the beach, on the boat, in the ocean and at the bar. We decided to put the very affordable Earth Pak 20L Original Waterproof Dry Bag to the test. Most days we stuffed it full with the essentials: my trusty blender bottle, paperback book, sunnies, Alba sunblock (with the most delicious smell of all sunblocks) snacks and a beach towel. On a couple of days we were able to squeeze our camera gear in and hang the beach towel on the strap. Even stuffed with all that gear for two people, we were able to roll down the top and clip it closed to ensure a waterproof seal.
Colors: Black, blue, gray, green, orange and yellow.
We tested the bag’s durability and waterproof characteristics many times during the trip but the most notable was the day the bag spent “swimming” around in 6 inches of sea water at the bottom of the boat while on a snorkeling adventure to Hol Chan Marine Reserve. At the end of the day, all of our essentials were bone dry.
Maybe looks shouldn’t matter… but they do ok. I admit it. We didn’t want to walk around looking like we were carrying a dry bag, even if we needed one. The Earth Pak Dry Bag was just stylish enough it didn’t feel like we were carrying around, well… a dry bag. And if I am being perfectly honest, the forest green bag looked super cute in photos. We were able to carry the single strap comfortably on extended walks, either slung over one shoulder or cross body.
Long story short, this bag kept everything we needed and more importantly, it kept it dry.
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