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Sea to Summit Trash Dry Sack 10L


The Trash Dry Sack was inspired by the love of untouched outdoor settings, Leave No Trace principles, and general environmental respect.

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Product Description

Sea to Summit Trash Dry Sack 10L

This 10L dry sack is perfect as a soft garbage container, allowing you to easily clean up after yourself whether car camping, hiking, cycle touring, or out on a daily adventure. The innovative roll-top closure allows it to be lined with a (biodegradable) garbage bag to avoid leaks while in transportation, and the clip-in loops allow it to be hung from a tree or tied to the outside of a pack.

  • When fastened to packs and kayaks, the oval base provides a flatter shape.
  • Daisy chain webbing and hypalon clip loops make attaching easy.
  • Waterproof non-wicking roll-top closure for drip-free carrying.
  • Nylon fabric, 70D, lightweight and waterproof.
  • Double stitched and tape seam-sealed.
  • Use a garbage bag liner to make cleaning and disposal easier.

Tech Specs

  • Best use: Backpacking, hiking, bike packing & water sports
  • Closure: Waterproof durable roll-top closure
  • Materials: Lightweight 70d nylon with fully taped seams
  • Measurement: Length – measured with roll-top closure open volume – measured with closure rolled 3 times
  • Shape: Flattened oval shape for easy packing and securing to a backpack or kayak
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Minimum trash bag size: 16 x 24″
  • Volume: 10l
  • Weight: 100g

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.