Menace Marine Will Keep Your Items Dry With A Waterproof Backpack
Menace Marine is known for the quality of our outdoor items, designed to handle Australia’s rough elements, and that includes our waterproof backpack. When you are on the water or in the great outdoors, you will have a much better time if your gear remains dry. With our heavy-duty construction and Hi-Vis colours for easy location, these waterproof bags will stand up to whatever comes your way.
Related Products We Provide to a Waterproof Duffle Bag
Our waterproof backpacks are only one of the many products we offer designed for use on the water or in the backcountry. A few related products include:
- We have everything you need to enjoy your time on the water, away from all the worries in the world from life jackets and other emergency supplies to accessories like inflatable fenders.
- If you enjoy dropping a line from your boat or on a river, check out our fishing section with love bate buckets, tackle boxes, fishing knives and more.
- Camp in comfort with our 4-season sleeping bag and stretcher beds to keep you off the cold hard ground.
Problems a Waterproof Torch from Menace Marine Addresses
Water and electricity do not mix well and being without a torch while camping or even on the water is not a position that anyone wants to experience. This is where our waterproof torch shines. Here are a few of the other problems that it can solve:
- Being waterproof against rain or emersion at the surface does not mean a torch can be used under water. As water pressure increases, it can get through waterproofing. Our waterproof torch is rated to depths of up to 25m meaning you can use it underwater
- The only thing worse than not having a flashlight is having one with a poor quality bulb. With these LEDs, you can get over 100,000 hours of life.
- Speaking of the illumination, with 3W Super White LED, you will get a strong beam even when used underwater.
The Best Advice You Can Hear Regarding A Dry Bag Backpack
If you are unsure about which dry bag is best for you or how to best use them, we are here to help you. Dry bag backpacks are useful in a variety of ways both on the water and while camping. Follow these tips to get the most out of your dry bag:
- Consider the size you need. We offer both 20L and 33L dry duffle bags. Larger bags can carry more but that comes with extra size and weight which makes backpacking with them more difficult.
- For maximum waterproofing, expel as much air as possible from the dry bag before closing it. Roll the top two edges together at least three times and then secure the buckle.
- For boating applications, use a dry bag as a flotation device in an emergency.
Why Customers Should Use A Waterproof Duffle Backpack
If you’ve ever been boating or camping using a non-waterproof backpack, you already know the importance of waterproofing. It likely only took one trip with soaked gear for you to make the switch. Everyone else can save that annoyance by choosing waterproof bags in the first place. If you are interested in keeping your gear dry with one of our bags or need any of the other Australia tough outdoor and marine items we offer, contact us today.