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Gear Preview: Outdoor Research Dry Peak Bagger Photo: Outdoor Research

This ultralight pack is really a go-anywhere dry bag. We tossed camera, layers and lunch into the Bagger’s 25-liter waterproof compartment, then tossed its padded straps over our shoulders to keep our hands free for a headland scramble.

$70 | outdoorresearch.com 

Screen_Shot_2015-06-15_at_3.44.39_PM.pngThis article first appeared in the Early Summer 2015 issue of Adventure Kayak magazine. For more gear reviews, subscribe to Adventure Kayak's print editions and digital editions, download issues on your device or view this issue for free on your desktop here. 

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