DAIWA: new dry backpack designed for abuse
January 1, 2022 by Keith Worrall
Amended January 1, 2022 at 9:53 am
The new Dry Bag backpack protects your gear and carries like a champ.
Cypress, California (December 31, 2021) – Boat bags are poorly respected. They are overloaded, bursting at the seams – sometimes, literally. Boaters and fishermen toss them carelessly into the back of trucks before heading into the water. Then, they pile up in compartments of boats which already had no more space. Finally, pulls the bag out of the boat, only to be soaked, or even knocked across the deck to stow it under a seat. All life, and few resist torture.
With impending abuse in mind, Daiwa’s brain trust has developed the new D-VEC waterproof backpack. Tactically hardcore on the outside, the 100% waterproof bag is constructed with lightweight yet durable Tarpaulin/Nylon PVC coated material to withstand wear and tear. Despite the sturdiness, the material of the Dry Bag backpack is surprisingly soft and the overall weight is not heavy. All seams are also ruggedly reinforced, knowing that users will be pushing spatial boundaries.
The external feature set of the D-VEC Dry Bag backpack includes an oversized waterproof zippered compartment for quick access to your essentials. Plus, it offers a rollover and snap design, securing the contents of the bag. And the nylon handle on the top allows for easy grip and quick movements.
Last, but not least, is the backpack configuration. You only have two hands, so Daiwa designed the D-VEC dry backpack to carry comfortably on your shoulders with wide padded shoulder straps for easy carrying and dispersing the weight, just in case the walk from parking lot to the marina would be a doozy.
D-VEC Waterproof Backpack Features and Specifications:
Marine grade soft vinyl
Zippered waterproof front compartment
Nylon top handle
Wide, padded shoulder straps
Rollover and snap design
Weight: 2 lbs.
Dimensions: 16″ x 27″
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