The Watershed Chattooga is one of the most versatile duffels. It can be used as a large first aid kit for a group expedition, a small ditch bag for blue-water sailing, a blind bag for waterfowl hunting, you name it! People come up with new uses for Watershed bags every day, and the Chattooga offers a wide range of possibilities.
The Watershed Colorado Duffel as popular for long-term river tripping as the river it is named after. Used by raft guides around the globe, the Colorado will carry enough gear for one person on a multi day expedition. This bag works equally well as a cartop or pickup bed waterproof bag to provide extra gear storage on road trips. It also works as a storage bag for wet, muddy gear such as waders or drysuits.
The Watershed Ocoee Duffel Dry Bag is a top choice for keeping your gear dry during wet adventures. It's one of Watershed's most popular and fully submersible duffels. The Ocoee has a single storage area sealed with Watershed's unique ZipDry closure. It boasts sturdy carry handles with comfortable neoprene grips and secure roll-down closure with two sizeable buckles. This bag is constructed from ultra-durable materials with high-pressure radio wave-welded seams.
The Watershed Yukon Duffel offers the perfect capacity for river expeditions lasting 2-5 days. It can easily accommodate a summer-weight sleeping bag, a tent, and some equipment. Alternatively, it can be paired with other Watershed bags to store food during group trips. Additionally, it serves as an excellent all-inclusive emergency bag for extended marine journeys.
The Yak Dry Holdalls are super durable and waterproof bags made from 500D PVC, which will keep your kit clean and dry in even the harshest environments. They come in three generous sizes that will accommodate everything you need for your next adventure. The Yak Dry Holdall features a tradition roll-top design which ensures there are zo zips that could potentially fail, whilst top and side straps make sure the bag will stay sealed, even when compressed.
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