SealLine Black Canyon Bags

Seal Line

Cold Splinters got back late last week from an amazing paddling excursion down to Everglades National Park with our friend, partner-in-crime and frequent collaborator, Mikael Kennedy. (That article will be out this fall.) It was a real time down there in Florida, but we couldn’t have done it without these SealLine Black Canyon Bags. Sure, dry bags would have sufficed, but if you’ve got to get on a plane to get to the water, these are going to be your huckleberries.

Enjoy all your canoe/kayaking adventures this spring and summer, folks. And don’t forget the coolers, ice and wine.


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6 Responses to SealLine Black Canyon Bags

  1. jimcrist April 23, 2013 at 7:27 am #

    Those are a nice update of traditional Duluth Packs.

  2. paul April 23, 2013 at 8:40 am #

    those look near perfect. just last night i was thinking about how to put some straps on a stuff sack as a easy lightweight hike to pack in my pack for short of the main trail hikes

  3. Sean April 24, 2013 at 11:02 am #

    Have you given the watershed bags a try? I just picked up two for a rafting trip in Montana and am wondering if they’ll hold up as checked luggage. The beauty of the watershed bags is the big ziploc closure that eliminate the need to fold the end over when sealing.

  4. jimmy&johnny April 29, 2013 at 8:37 pm #

    Multi day excursion down to the Everglades (with a photographer!) and nothing but a stock photo?! C’mon!

  5. Kelly May 15, 2013 at 4:33 am #

    These are perfect for my next kayaking trip. Lately we have been using cello wrapped backpacks, but not only are they hard to get into but they look ugly and frankly don’t work well at all.

  6. CampingMaxx July 16, 2013 at 11:19 am #

    I can vouch that these SealLine bags are great. We just took some out with us for some fun on the American River, and they definitely lived up to the hype!

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