The Airlok dry bags keep your kit safe and dry inside rucksacks and bike bags for less weight than your average bar of chocolate.
The Airloks' are fully watertight with taped seams, a roll-top closure (3 full turns should do to the trick) and the same high tech waterproof fabric we use for tarps and tents. This ripstop Cordura® nylon fabric is lightweight, super hardwearing and siliconised for extra water repellence.
Each size of Airlok is a different colour to make organising your kit easier (and reduce rooting about inside a dingy rucksack).
With 7 different sizes, there's an Airlok for everything: spare clothing, sleeping bag, even your emergency toilet roll! Oh no. We forgot the toilet roll. Dock leaf it is then...
The Airlok 6L is the ideal size for a spare fleece, insulated jacket or your dry clothes for sleeping in.
Fabric: Silnylon 30D Cordura™ with PU waterproofing
Polypropylene stiffener, Hypalon® seal
20mm Plastic buckle
Capacity: 6 litres Size: 17 x 11 x 40 cm
Once you’re back from your adventure, make sure your Airlok bag is completely dry before storing it as water can break down the PU coating over time. If you’re storing wet gear inside your Airlok, turn it inside out first to protect the PU waterproofing and let the siliconised fabric do its job.
We have dedicated Repair Stations in our stores and we're fully equipped to breathe new life into your old kit. This includes spare parts, patches, new zips and wash and reproofing of your down and waterproofs. Pop into any store or contact us online for more info.
If one of our products does not meet your expectations upon delivery, or if during its lifetime does not live up to the demands placed upon it, please return it to us for repair, replacement or refund. If the problem is our fault then we will do this to your satisfaction. If it’s your fault then we will help out the best we can. Find out more about our Alpine Bond here.
PVC releases toxins which make their way into the environment. That’s why we use PU coated nylon rather than PVC for our dry bags. The result is a sack that is durable, can withstand a great range of temperatures, and won’t release any toxic chemicals.