The Lowe Alpine First Aid Dry Bag is a dedicated dry bag to store a first aid kit. You don't want to be in a situation where you reach for the first aid kit to find it's got soaked and become useless.
A fully waterproof seam sealed dry bag with a classic roll top closure. Coloured 'First Aid Green' and marked with a white cross everyone knows where the first aid kit is kept and is easily found if packed away. It comes in two sizes, the smaller is ideal for single or small group kits and the 4 litre bag is ideal for larger groups. The base of the bag is rectangular giving the dry bag a squarer construction enabling space saving packing.
Please note this is a dry bag for a 1st aid kit and does not include a kit.
Lowe Alpine First Aid Dry Bag Features
- 210D Nylon with TPU internal coating
- Roll-top dry-sac to store a single or group first aid kit
- Fully airtight and waterproof dry-sac
- Official ISO First aid logo on outside
- External D-rings so that dry-sac can be attached outside of rucksack
- Small 26g, Large 36g Small 1.5L, Large 4L
Customer Reviews of Lowe Alpine First Aid Dry Bag
Does exactly what it says on the tin! I was looking at ways of lighting my rucksacks for day walks, so I decided to strip down my first aid kit to essentials and dispense with the heavy fabric first aid bag that I had been using.
The small Lowe Alpine First Aid Dry Bag is ideal for that!
Quality product from Lowe Alpine as you would expect thoroughly recommend for those that want to travel lighter on their walks.
I can't comment on this bag being waterproof as it was inside the bottom section of my rucksack which had 2 waterproof covers on top during day-long light rain so the bag was never going to get wet.However, the size was perfect to fit my small first aid kit which is a Lifesystems Trek size and also accommodate a role of zinc oxide tape at the side and some other small items to keep all the first aid items together.
Overall, pleased with the product. It was used several times to get items out for our aching feet each of the four days of the Rob Roy Way.