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Sea to Summit First Aid Dry Sack

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Keeps first aid supplies dry and visible for easy access.

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Product Description

Sea to Summit First Aid Dry Sack

This First Aid Dry Sack is ideal for storing medical supplies and keeping them dry, visible, and easily accessible, which is especially beneficial in group settings.

  • Hypalon roll-top closure does not wick moisture, D-ring for easy attachment
  • Easy to find contents – white interior coating and large ‘window’ for greater interior visibility. Important when seconds count
  • The red fabric and universally recognized white cross make the First Aid Dry Sack stand out from other gear
  • Waterproof – rated to 10,000mm hydrostatic head
  • Features the patent-pending 5/8 inch (15mm) Field Repair Buckle with stainless steel pins

Tech Specs

Best use: backpacking & paddle sports

 

DAY USE – 1 LITER OVERNIGHT USE – 3 LITER EXPEDITION USE – 5 LITER
DIMENSIONS 4.7″ x 3.1″ x 9″ 6.7″ x 4.7″ x 11″ 8.6″ x 5.1″ x 11″
WEIGHT 32g 47g 54g

Size Charts

1 liter: First aid supplies for day hikes
3 liter: First aid supplies for multi-day trips
5 liter: First aid supplies for group use

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Sea To Summit

Sea to Summit began in 1983 when Roland Tyson, a young outdoor enthusiast, started making lightweight outdoor products on an antique sewing machine in his bedroom in Perth, Western Australia. By 1991, after outfitting the first ascent of Mt. Everest, Sea to Summit was born.

Roland's passion and talent for creating cutting-edge outdoor equipment took him to the remote Australian outback and eventually the Himalayas, where he put his inventions to the ultimate test. In 1993, Penny Sanderson joined Sea to Summit, bringing her passion for exploration and innovation. They traveled extensively, testing products and iterating on designs.

Today, Sea to Summit is a successful global brand, with Penny and Roland's love of travel and design as the foundation. They still own and manage the company and are involved in everything from developing materials to delivering high-quality gear to customers around the world.