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Blaze Expedition Holdall - Orange 100L

Blaze Expedition Holdall - Orange 100L
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Following the popularity of our 60L Blaze expedition duffle bag we have released this 100L version for those who want to carry even more amounts of gear around with relative ease.

When compared to similar expedition bags our Blaze bags have one major difference; our seams are welded and completely watertight! If you look at most other bags in this sector (no matter how much you've paid for them) you will notice that the seams are sewn together with a low cost overlock stitch. That method of seam construction leaks like a sieve and won't keep much water out at all.

We've used welded seams to prevent water coming through the seams so you can rest the bag on wet ground or snow without worrying about your gear getting wet.

You can carry the 100L Blaze bag either like a holdall using the carry straps, or as a rucksack using the twin backpack straps. This makes it a really versatile bag, perfect for taking on a long trip or expedition.

The Blaze bag is made from durable and waterproof PVC tarpaulin and features an internal zipped net pocket to help separate gear inside. It also features 4 webbing loop rows to help you tie it down if you want to use it on your motorbike etc.

So just how dry is this bag? Well it's not quite as dry as our roll down top dry holdalls (seen in our drybags section) as they can cope with brief, total immersions. With this bag we've decided to make a really wide zip opening at the top to give easy access to your gear / equipment. The only problem with zips is that unless we use an expensive dryzip (which would make the price of the bag more like £100) then zips are really only splash proof.

All of the similar competitor bags that we have seen also use splashproof zips rather than dryzips (even the expensive ones). What we have achieved though is completely dry seams which make this bag much drier than its competitors. Water won't come through the seams of the Blaze bag, but some may come through the zip if it's completely immersed or if a persistent stream of water is poured over it.

If it's raining and the bag is flat on the ground then the zip flap should allow the water to flow past the zip keeping the contents dry. If used in rucksack mode, persistent rain may make its way through the zip closure.

People frequently use this type of bag to take their gear on skiing holidays. They leave them down on the slushy wet road and the water comes up through the seams. Not with this bag!

84cm long
38cm diameter
33cm tall

Weight (empty)
1.2 kg

Features include:
Tough PVC tarpaulin material
RF welded seams
Durable jumbo splashproof zip
Internal mesh pocket
Webbing tie down loops
Holdall handles and rucksack straps
100L Capacity

Price:49.99 (Including VAT at 20%)

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