Drycase has been been in full demo mode at the DEMA 2018 show, showcasing its brand new waterproof duffel bag, The Forty.
Known for its top-of-the-line waterproof bags and backpacks, Drycase has pulled out all the stops with its latest creation. Corey Heim, chief operating officer, gave us a run down of the roomy, 100% waterproof duffel that can also be used as a backpack.
Featuring a completely waterproof compartment, The Forty has the ability to hold up to 40 litres, along with a velcro closure with an integrated pocket to hold smaller items and a mesh pocket to prevent the wet items from the waterproof area.
It includes a webbing to secure carabiners on the top, along with removable and adjustable shoulders straps so you can alter straps to a length that suits you, and reflective strips are included for safety. These adjustable straps mean that you don’t have to worry about the bag sitting too high or low on your shoulders, so you can carry hefty gear from A to B without it being uncomfortable.
After a first hand look at the bag, we can confirm that it looks the business and like a strong, sturdy choice for outdoor adventuring or diving trips.
The Forty retails for $110. For more details visit www.drycase.com