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Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 12 Liter
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 12 Liter
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 12 Liter
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 12 Liter

Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 12 Liter By Osprey 1 review $23.99 $30.00 You Save: $6.01 ( 20% )

Colour: Electric Lime
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Designed to keep the contents of your pack organized and bone dry, Osprey’s Dry Sacks provide the security of waterproof gear storage and color coded organization in your pack.

Features:

  • Roll top waterproof closure
  • Waterproof coated fabric and seams
  • Rectangular shape for efficient packing

Fabric:

  • Main:  40D Nylon Ripstop
  • Accent:  40D Nylon Ripstop
  • Bottom:  40D Nylon Ripstop

Specs:

  • Volume:  732 in3 / 12 L
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):  16" x 9" x 5" / 40 x 22 x 13 cm
  • Weight:  0.09 lbs / 0.04 kgs

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03/29/2022
Anonymous
Canada Canada

Okay Sack

I will be photographing from a dingy in the Fall and I bought this 12L to protect my Sony mirrorless camera with 100 - 400mm G lens. The material is not as thick and durable as OverBoard Waterproof which I am using for my second camera with a smaller lens. OverBoard is thicker material and more protective. however, it is much bulkier to pack and travel with and 4x the cost. Neither bag has any protection for the camera itself. As the Osprey is a much thinner material i would definitely have to wrap my camera before inserting into the Osprey. My preference would have been to use OverBoard for both cameras but OverBoard only comes in two sizes 7L and 15L. While Osprey has several sizes to choose from and i really needed a 12L. Have not tested either bag in water as I have no intention of deliberately floating my camera equipment.