• SURF DRY BAG KIT, Clay Brown (CYW)
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  • Surf Dry Bag,
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Patagonia Surf Dry Bag Kit

89415 #89415
  • Clay Brown
    $19.00 CYW
    Clay Brown (CYW)
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A watertight case for keeping small but vital essentials (such as electronic car key, cash, credit cards and passport) protected and on your person. Also protects from dust, dirt and sand.

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You can always find another board, but another passport is a whole different thing. Made with TPU-welded construction, our Surf Dry Bag is a flexible, watertight case that lets you keep your small but vital essentials on your person at all times. Providing reliable protection from water, dust, dirt and sand, it’s a trip-saving travel accessory that can store a passport, cash and credit cards, an electronic car key or any other small necessities you can’t afford to lose. Dimensions are compatible with Patagonia® board short pockets.
  • Welded, watertight bag intended for use in wet conditions, which could include standing water; not waterproof at or above the closure due to the closure type
  • Ziplock closure ensures watertight protection from dust, dirt and sand
  • Key-loop-compatible for added security
  • Dimensions compatible with all Patagonia® board short pockets
  • 100% thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)
  • 51 g (1.8 oz)
  • Made in the Philippines.

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Surf Dry Bag Kit is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works. But know how. Its latest adventure involved spincycling in Cinnamon Bay, St. John USVI. It became on this trip my security blanket against not just waves coral sand and broken shells but also against sweat and excessively loose change. It hasn't failed me yet. Not sure what happened to anyone for whom it hasn't worked but here's what I've found: 1) It won't just slide in the pocket of any Patagonia board short. It works for the ones made surrounding the time of its advent, but not the earliest ones, not all of them anyway. I have an early-generation pair that is to say the least a tough fit, although if what's inside allows bending or rolling the bag, you'll get it in there. (Pro tip: don't put a wallet inside; just go with change bills key and a card or three.) 2) Don't Ziploc it. It's more accurate to say it's a "press lock" closure. Work your way across, feeling the fit as you go. Maybe practice at home to get the feel; put a slip of scrap paper in there and test your work under the tap until you know you have it right. I never had to do that, but I feel it'll eliminate ratings of 1. 3) Make sure when it goes in the pocket that the closure is facing downward; that'll ensure that when you're in the drink and swimming/diving, water flows over the sealed end first and not the opening. Probably unnecessary but makes me feel better anyway. Mahalo.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Leaks I bought this for a surf trip to Bali and it worked perfectly. I know the one review said it leaked, but mine didn't. I was in the water all the time and it kept my money, CC and chapstick dry. It fit perfect in the pocket of my board shorts. I ultimately used it as my wallet during the trip, it was just that good. I'm glad I bought it.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't seal well at all. I bought this to hold my electronic car key and fishing license when spearfishing from shore. Every time I have used it, the zip lock seal has failed. After the first time, I started double bagging my key with a small plastic bag. I love the grommet that allows it to be corded inside the pocket of board shorts. The zip lock definitely needs to be improved
Date published: 2015-10-19
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