$12.95 - $14.95
With buckles made of a lightweight anodised aluminium alloy, these straps will be one of the most versatile items in your gear bag. A few of their uses include strapping gear to roof racks, lashing dry bags together and attaching gear to your pack.
$26.95 - $44.95
The Compression Sack is the perfect solution for squishing down bulky soft items for organized packing. These burly sacks are built from a water-resistant 70D Nylon fabric, offering excellent strength to weight. They can allow compression down to one-third of their original volume, which means you save valuable space in your pack for other essentials.
$24.95 - $39.95
The eVac™ Dry Sack utilizes 70D lightweight nylon fabric for strength and eVent® waterproof fabric on the base to allow eVac-uation of air for compression. It's an excellent option for storing and compressing clothes and sleeping bags without the use of straps. Just pack the items in, roll the sack down and push the air out to save valuable packing space within your backpack. They're an oval shape, making them perfect for sliding into the contours of your pack and all seams are double stitched and tape-sealed.
$13.95 - $15.95
Versatile accessory straps with a lightweight quick release anodised alloy hook buckle
$15.95 - $33.95
The Lightweight Dry Sack is jack of all trades, and master of all - a rare feat to achieve. It's our most versatile dry sack and is made from a lightweight 70D waterproof, durable nylon fabric. We use a white interior lining for great visibility when finding contents inside and they're available in great colors to optimize color coded organized packing. They use the same hypalon non-wicking roll-top closure as our other dry sacks and feature a D-ring attachment point at the buckle. Ideal for backpacking, cycle touring, travel, ski touring and more.
Sea to Summit's Nylon Tarp-Poncho features a seam taped hood with 3-panel hood construction and a wide brim. Made of lightweight but durable 70 denier nylon with fully taped seams. Designed to fully cover you and your pack in a downpour. It's also ideal for temperate climates when a waterproof jacket would be too sweaty. It comes packaged with an oval shaped stuff sack for best fit in a pack.
The Ultra-Sil™ Compression Dry Sack is a super lightweight dry sack designed to compress bulky clothing or other squishable gear that lives inside your pack. Made from Ultra-Sil™ 30D CORDURA® Nylon fabric with an eVent® fabric base, the air can be rolled out but can't get back in. It's an ideal option for use inside a backpack during longer lightweight hikes, adventure travels, cycle touring and any activity where you need to maximize pack space by compressing your bulky items to one-third of their volume. It employs waterproof seams, a hypalon roll-top, non-wicking closure and is super lightweight.
$33.95 - $54.95
When you need to compress volume without significantly adding weight, the Ultra-Sil™ Compression Sack is an excellent solution. Made from a 30D diamond rip-stop siliconized CORDURA® fabric they can be compressed to one third of the original volume. Ideal for use inside your pack or travel bag when you need to compress clothing or bulky soft items to allow space for other essentials or fun holiday items.
$14.95 - $37.95
The Ultra-Sil™ Dry Sack won the sought after Backpacker Editors' Choice award in 2006 and is still the ideal dry sack available for backpacking. Made with lightweight, waterproof 30D Ultra-Sil™ CORDURA® brand fabric it's the perfect choice for modular packing to organize your gear inside your backpack like a pro. With an almost translucent look, visibility of contents is easy, and if you're really organized you'll make use of multiple color options to find things easier. Other features include a non-wicking Hypalon® Roll-top closure, a round base for ease of packing and fully seam sealed for water resistance. An excellent choice for lightweight backpacking, cycle touring and travel. ARE ULTRA-SIL DRY SACKS...? -Suitable for paddle sports? No. Featherweight fabrics are not appropriate for the sharp or abrasive elements in watersports. We recommend Lightweight Dry Sacks for general paddle use. -Waterproof? The fabric is more than adequately waterproof (2000+ mm hydrostatic head) for the intended use (storage inside a backpack or duffle). -Worth their weight and cost? Once you have experienced modular packing with ultralight, easy to pack, translucent dry bags, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them.
$17.95 - $32.95
Designed with ultralight backpacking in mind the Ultra-Sil™ Nano™ Dry Sack is made from lightweight 15D siliconized Nylon. With the use of featherweight 15D fabric, these are perfect for use inside your pack to keep gear organized and dry. Using a hypalon roll-top closure that doesn't wick moisture, an oval base for easy packing, these are fully seam sealed for water resistance. Ideal for backpacking, climbing, cycle touring and modular packing where lightweight and low bulk is key.
The Ultra-Sil™ Nano™ Poncho is a raincoat, pack cover, groundsheet and tarp all in one. It is made of 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric, is super lightweight and packs down incredibly small. This is an ideal solution in temperate climates and can be used as an emergency shelter if needed.
$34.95 - $44.95
The Ultra-Sil™ Pack Cover ends the debate about whether you should carry one or not. It's a tiny and compelling solution and the medium size weighs less a mere 4 ounces. Packs into its own small stuff sack - why wouldn't you carry one? Pro Tip: If you stow any gear externally on your pack, Sea to Summit would recommend buying an Ultra-Sil Pack Cover a size larger than normal.
$14.95 - $23.95
Sea to Summit's Ultra-Sil® Stuff Sacks are super strong and lightweight. They use ultralight ripstop Cordura fabric in a range of colors.
$49.95 - $64.95
A completely new concept in compression dry bags - there is no valve. This innovation uses an air-permeable base made of eVent® waterproof fabric, which allows air to be pushed out of the sack, but won't allow water to get back in. Suitable to keep contents dry in any wet situation where the bag is not submerged.
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