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Drybag Backpack 40L - Olive

Regular price $109.95
Regular price Sale price $109.95
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A tough, versatile backpack, built for everything from urban travel to back country adventuring.

Made from recycled plastic bottles (75%) and PVC, this backpack is lightweight, durable and waterproof with padded shoulder straps, chest and waist straps and rear padded impact zones, this backpack will quickly become your go-to option. Additional features such as the external waterproof pocket, side gusset and 4 D-rings add to the bags versatility.

Spec

- 75% Recycled Polyester

- 25% PVC

- 40L Capacity

- Breathable Padded Mesh Straps

- Chest and Waist Straps

- 2 x Rear Padded Impact Zones

- Waterproof

- Lightweight, Compactable

- Air Escape Valve

- 4 x D-Ring Attachment Points

- Side Gusset

Eco Side

We are passionate about protecting the planet which gives us so much. Here's how we are doing this with this product, and across Bleubird.

- Built from 75% recycled plastic
- Recycled & recyclable tags
- Paper mailing bags
- Every order plants one tree 🌲

View more about our eco side here

Delivery & Returns

We have a range of delivery options available for the UK, Ireland and Europe. View more information on this here.

Our returns period is 14 days after receiving your order. View more information & start a return here.

Other Info

This product is waterproof when sealed correctly.

We do not recommend submersing the bag underwater.

This product is not intended for use as a floatation device.

For cleaning, we recommend wiping clean with a damp cloth and cleaning detergent.

Version 2.0 ♲

We first developed our 40L Drybag in 2021. It wasn't built from recycled materials then.

It sold out super fast but we chose not to restock it. We were determined to create a bag with lower impact materials. This wasn't easy, it took time, but it's paid off.

We're proud to say that 75% of this bag is now built with recycled plastic (RPET).

Check out Ben Gravy putting it to the test...