This affordable roll-top Evergoing duffle drybag was discontinued though we still have a couple left. The color is a black and yellow combo. The 1.5" carry handle webbing runs completely around & under the bag to eliminate any possibility of tearing when you lift it.
Although the pvc this bag is produced from is not of the same abrasion or tear resistance as the pricey Ortlieb bags we sell, for $99 you get a lot of drybag. Unlike many duffel type bags, this one includes two straps that run over the top of the rolled closure, in the same way the regular standing four-strap drybags do. This means it really can survive in a flipped raft. It also has an exterior map pocket with a dry zipper, something you would never expect to find on a bag of this low price. All straps on this bag are removable and it is relatively easy to tie into an inflatable kayak, canoe, or raft. We are not sure of the exact denier of the base polyester fabric; probably it's about 500d, and it feels like maybe 20 ounce per yard in weight. The actual weight of the bag is 3-1/2 pounds.
The volume is close to what you would achieve with a standard 3.8 cubic foot stand-up drybag, like our RiverPack or a 3.8 Bill's Bag from NRS.