Our 30-38L waterproof backpack will keep all your gear safe and totally dry. The roll top closure and welded seams keep water and sand out. The variety of roll top fastening and carrying options increases capacity from 30-38L. Crafted from a 100% recycled polyester core coated with puncture resistant double sided TPU for extra durability, it will be your go to bag wherever you are going.
• 100% recycled 600D polyester fabric
• Double sided Biodegradable TPU coating for maximum durability & waterproofing
• Fully waterproof external front zip pocket for small items
• Moulded EVA back support and quick release detachable waist belt with zip pockets
• 2 expandable water bottle holders
• Grab handle
• Built in whistle
• Expandable mesh for additional storage
• Fully open dimensions 31 x 18 x 76cm
• Max waterproof dimensions: 31 x 18 x 57cm
• Weight: 1.2kg
Our backpack has a larger roll top than most models to allow for at least 2 full rolls when fully loaded to keep your contents safe and dry.
- Fully open dimensions 31 x 18 x 76cm
- Max waterproof dimensions: 31 x 18 x 57cm
All of our orders include free 48 hour delivery
Express 24 hour delivery is an additional £2.99
Our order cut off time is 13:00
Orders made after this time will be processed with the next days orders
Although our backpack is not made using 100% recycled materials, we have made sure to use the most environmentally friendly options available.
We have started with 100% recycled 600D polyester fabric. To add additional durability and reduce the amount of chemicals used we have coated this rPET fabric on both sides with TPU, to be more specific biodegradable TPU.
Biodegradable TPU is an advanced material that boasts impressive sustainability credentials. We do not generally refer to our TPU as biodegradable TPU as we feel it is slightly misleading. But it is important to know that we use the most sustainable TPU available using organic blocs in molecule chains. And although it is true that it can biodegrade in 3-5 years, we feel this is misleading as you wouldn’t be able to do this in your home compost. This would only happen in industrial composting facilities which there is currently a limited number of in the UK.
Historically dry bags are made using PVC, which is the most environmentally damaging plastic. Greenpeace have referred to PVC as ‘The Poison Plastic’ as the PVC lifecycle from production to disposal results in the release of toxic chlorine-based chemicals whose damage cannot be overstated. These chemicals build up in the water, air and food chain and have deadly consequences.
So we feel that for every PVC bag we can stop being sold is a win for mother nature.
We continue to work with our manufacturers to search for the most sustainable materials.