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Gear Preview: Seattle Sports H2Zero Diamond Dry Bag Photo courtesy Seattle Sports

Reliable dry bags are your first line of defense in wet weather. We like the Diamond series’ see-through viewing window and flat seam design for quickly identifying contents and easy cramming in kayak hatches. Keep day essentials in the small five-liter size ($16.95), or pack overnight gear in the large 31-liter bag. 

seattlesportsco.com | $19.95

Screen_Shot_2015-07-07_at_3.08.23_PM.pngThis review first appeared in the Fall 2015 issue of Adventure Kayak magazine. For more great gear reviews, click here and subscribe to Adventure Kayak's print and digital editions, or click here to read the current issue.

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