Fold Drybag Endura
Extremely robust, waterproof fold drybags with flat valve
- Carabiner roll-top closure and integrated flat valve
- side daisy chains offer attachment options
- very robust, waterproof rip-stop fabric
- 15 l
- 25 l
- 50 l
The Fold-Drybag Endura is a very rugged, waterproof heavy-duty packsack made of durable rip-stop fabric. The practical oval shape prevents them from rolling around when stowed in a boats bow to save space.
In addition to the sturdy fabric, the Fold Drybag Endura comes with an unbreakable carabiner roll-top closure. They can be closed in the usual roll-top style, or clipped tight on the sides.
Useful daisy chains provide for multiple attachment options. That and due to the slim, compact shape, the Fold-Drybag Endura can also be strapped to the front of a backpack.
The integrated and proven EXPED Flat Valve simplifies and speeds up compression.
The durable ripstop fabric with white TPU film laminate keeps waterproof with a water column of 10,000 mm. The white inner coating provides a good overview.
15 l: 15 l
25 l: 25 l
50 l: 50 l
15 l: 17.7 x 9.1 x 6.3 in
25 l: 21.7 x 9.8 x 7.5 in
50 l: 26.3 x 13.8 x 9.8 in
Flat Valve compatibility
15 l: 6.3 oz
25 l: 7.8 oz
50 l: 11.3 oz
Abbreviation for Per- or poly fluorinated chemicals, also known as fluorcarbons. Non degradable and accumulating toxic chemicals used for waterproofing.
Made in China: Jasper Outdoor Products
Founded in 1996, Jasper Outdoor Products is one of the world's leading manufacturers of outdoor products.
What does the distinction between "waterproof", "weatherproof" and "water repellent" mean?
All backpack fabrics used by EXPED are by definition "waterproof" due to their coating and have a water column of at least 1500 mm. The distinction therefore relates primarily to construction and processing:
In "water-resistant" backpacks, water can enter the backpack through the seams and through the zippers.
We define "weatherproof" as backpacks with a water column of at least 3000 mm, which also have water-repellent zippers to the main compartment and seam-taped seams. Although the zippers are very water repellent, water can enter through the zipper during heavy rains.
Our backpacks labeled "waterproof" have a water column of 3000 to 10'000 mm, are also seam sealed or welded, but use water repellent zippers only on exterior compartments, not on the main compartment. The main compartment of these models have a waterproof seal by means of a roll top. In these models, we do not refer to exterior compartments with zippers as "waterproof", but only as "weatherproof". No rule without exception: A 100% waterproof Drysuit zipper is used on the Tempest Duffles.