Subtech Pro Drybag 2.0

Jan 18, 2018

Category: Gear

Subtech burst onto the scene last year with a pretty wild product – a bag that was not just water resistant, but completely waterproof up to 164 feet. And to top it off? It also happened to have an internal inflation system for protecting your gear. Now, just in time for the new year, the young Swedish upstart has introduced an updated version to their popular pack, the Subtech Pro Drybag 2.0.

One of the most notable improvements for this newer version of the bag is the internal organizing system. Much like a divider in a photographer’s backpack, this system helps provide structure in the large, 45 or 100-liter version of the pack. That means you can travel with confidence knowing your gear won’t bump into itself inside the pack. But there are new features on the outside of the bag, too. A new magnetic luggage clasp makes it easier to lug around, while removable backpack straps make stuffing the pack into an overhead bin a lot simpler.

Purchase: $190+

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