Granite Gear DrySack

Item # GGEK2202M   |   Customer Rating: Read 28 reviews  |    Bookmark and Share

Price: $17.95 - $23.95
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Key Features

  • 70D Nylon ripstop for greater abrasion resistance
  • Waterproof rolltop closure
  • PVC-free
  • Hot-weld taped seams
  • Rolling stay helps keep sack open while loading
  • Space-saving shape

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Product Highlights

Employing a space-saving shape and durable, abrasion-resistant 60D Nylon ripstop fabric, the Granite Gear DrySack offers reliable protection from the elements. Hot-welded tape seams further bolster waterproofness. A rolling stay in the top of the DrySack allows the sack to prop open for easy loading and unloading.

The PVC-free Granite Gear DrySack is available in your choice of colors and 13L (5.25" x 7.75" x 21"), 18L (6" x 8.75" x 22.5") and 25L (7" x 10" x 25") and 33L (8" x 11" x 27") size options. Each DrySack has its own zippered mesh storage sack that doubles as a lightweight hipbelt pocket.

Styles available: 13L Black, 13L Red, 13L Yellow, 18L Black, 18L Red, 18L Yellow, 25L Black, 25L Red, 25L Yellow, 33L Black, 33L Red, 33L Yellow

Granite Gear part numbers: 076317, 076379, 076355, 076416, 076478, 076454, 076515, 076577, 076553, 076614, 076676, 076652

Product Reviews

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Granite Gear DrySack

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 28

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  • . Henrico VA


    Dislikes: SO FAR SO GOOD

  • Adam W. Mechanicsburg PA

    Likes: lightweight

    Dislikes: nothing

  • . Hagerstown MD

    Likes: Lite, kept my gear dry

    Dislikes: nothing

  • . Hagerstown MD

    Likes: Lite, kept all of the gear, and sleeping bag dry

    Dislikes: nothing.

  • . Hagerstown MD

    Likes: Lite, kept all of my gear dry (especially in the bear bags).

    Dislikes: nothing

  • . Bemidji MN

    Likes: First time using a stuff sack, wish I would of utilized these more in the past. Tough, roomy, great for kayaks, canoes, back of your station wagon and closet.

    Dislikes: no complaints

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: I bought the 18L for my down bag. Keeps it dry, of course, but the sturdy fabric protects the bag whether in the compartment or underneath the pack. Grab handle can also be used with a carabiner. Yellow color is nice for an emergency marker or signal just in case. I am tired of a backpack full of dark colors. I will be buying more.

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Martin C. Barnegat NJ

    Likes: I like these more then the ones I was using. I have one for my sleeping bag and one for my clothes. I find they are waterproof, durable and lightweight.

    Dislikes: I would like more color options, but hey why nitpick?

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Waterproof, Durable and Lightweight. It's the perfect Drysack. Don't look anywhere else.

    Dislikes: Absolutely Nothing

  • . Frankfort KY

    Likes: Light weight.

    Dislikes: It would be nice to have more color choices.

  • . Los Osos CA

    Likes: The small size made a great clothing bag, and is essential to keep your clothes from getting wet in the rain or if you fall off a slippery log crossing a creek (I have witnessed this...). I like to use a little citronella or a bounce dryer sheet in the bag and my clothes become naturally mosquito-repellant.

    Dislikes: Traps air, but that's the price of keeping things dry. You learn to adapt......

  • . Los Osos CA

    Likes: The large model made a great food sack, and the closure forms a nice loop to carry it or hang it. Just roll it down for easier access to your items inside.

    Dislikes: It does trap some air inside by design, which expands with altitude gain.

  • . Gainesville FL

    Likes: Excellent quality ,lightweight

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • gary d. Louisville KY

    Likes: Granite Gear - enough said. Use all the time and no problems. Like the colors.

    Dislikes: nothing all good!

  • Micah P. Houghton NY

    Likes: I really like these dry bags. Got an 18L for my sleeping bag and a 25L to throw everything else into that I don't want to get wet. I used to have to line the inside of my pack with a big garbage bag and because I hate getting my clothes and things wet I would double bag some things. Now I don't have to worry about that. I just stuff it in these dry bags. I like the shape and they seem to be pretty durable.

    Dislikes: Nothing yet.

  • Micah P. Houghton NY

    Likes: The 18L bag is just the right size for stuffing my 20 degree sleeping bag into with enough space for 3-4 rolls of the top for a good seal. I'm paranoid about my stuff getting wet, especially my sleeping bag, so I put everything in dry bags. The slightly oval shape of these is nice as it's more space efficient in my pack. They also seem pretty durable, though I haven't abused them.

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Well, it's a drysack (more or less what you'd expect, no frills) and it does the job. I like the simple squeeze-and-releaze buckle design.

    Dislikes: The carrying pouch is nice, but I have not found a use for it.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Good for keeping rain and dew off of my sleeping bag when packed. Generous size, easy to load, and stands up to scrapes and scratches pretty well. The semi-rectangular shape is a big plus when space in the pack is tight.

    Dislikes: Nothing!

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Good, sturdy dry sack. Keeps my stuff dry and offers a little bit of compression if rolled down firmly. But the best feature is the semi-rectangular shape. Makes full use of space inside my pack.

    Dislikes: Nothing!

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: It is very lightweight and tin but still does the job!

    Dislikes: Nothing it performed perfectly.

  • Phillip W. South Elgin IL

    Likes: Heavy weight waterproof construction. The stuff sack it comes in is makes an awesome bag for accessories in my backpack!

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Kaushik G. Boise ID

    Likes: Got this for double protection of camera and other electronics during my backpacking trips. Quite satisfied with the product, good quality at an affordable price. Vibrant colors.

    Dislikes: none

  • Micheal B. Beavercreek OH

    Likes: Great quality for a very low price. Used it for a kayak/camping trip and all my gear stayed dry.

    Dislikes: None

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Got this for keeping my clothes dry. Has worked great so far.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • John M. Middlebury VT

    Likes: Well made, use it for keeping clothes dry and in on spot in my pack.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Richard W. Somerville MA

    Likes: It kept my clothes clean and dry in the rain. It has plenty of space. I'll get a few more soon.

    Dislikes: No complaints at all.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer

    Likes: Really keep things dry. Great for keeping extra clothes on top of my kayak, where i can reach them any time. Will try this summer as an extra emergency buoy.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Jose S. South Setauket NY

    Likes: Very light pack, not stiff at all. Have used them in my kayak cockpit where there is invariably some water pooled at the bottom. Contents of the sac remain dry.

    Dislikes: When I first got it I was disappointed at how thin the material was, I did not think it was going to bbe dry at all, now I think it is the best feature.

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