The outdoor affiliate marketing behemoth GearJunkie reviews the Fishpond Submersible Backpack.
Whether you’re fishing, paddleboarding, boating, or in any other way surrounded by water for an extended period, Fishpond will keep you mobile and your gear protected with the Submersible Backpack.
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I want to keep my quilt and maybe some cloth dry. I want to use the dry bag instead of a pack liner. I think I trust a dry bag more than a liner and I like that I can keep my stuff a bit more separated
no pack liner or cover
backpack is water repellent not waterproof (osprey talon 44)
heavy or multi day rain.
On rare occasions I might swim across a river with the pack besides me in the water.
I was looking at a osprey Ultralight Drysack 20L at 90g but I dont know if this is waterproof enough or I should go with a thicker TPU coated drybag at 114g.