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Omnicolor Solids - Roll Top Dry Bag Kit with Dyneema Composite Fabric

$15.00

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  • Does the inside of your pack look like an episode from Hoarders? Mmm hmm... Shameful. 

    But don't fret. We're here to get you back on the path to organizational enlightenment with our  Roll Top Dry Bag Kit - now available for the first time  in printed  Omnicolor Solids  with Dyneema® Composite Fabric!

    Made from Dyneema, these durable, ultralight bags allow you to organize and neatly store things like clothes or anything else that would otherwise be loose in your backpack or travel bag.

    The roll top closure allows you to compress the items inside for maximum space savings. We've even included seam tape to make your bag virtually waterproof when fully closed. 

    This DIY kit comes with everything you'll need to make one finished Roll Top Dry Bag (*except thread). We even laser cut your Dyneema fabric blank to exact size so you can open the box, trim, and start sewing right away

    Kit includes:

    Material (*choose size above)
    Printed, laser cut  1.0 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric CT2K.18 blank

    Components (*prepackaged)
    (1') 1/2" Polypropylene Webbing - Black
    (1) UL Side Release Buckle
    (1') 1/2" mil-spec grosgrain
    (30") Dyneema Repair Tape 1.0 PSA (1" width) 

    Ready to get started? Choose your Size and  Color from the drop down menu above.

    You can view a gallery of all 1341 available PANTONE colors  HERE . Please note that your monitor and monitor settings can drastically affect how colors appear on screen. 

    Click HERE for full details on Omnicolor Print On-Demand with Dyneema Composite Fabric.

    Note - This product is printed on-demand, just for you when the order is placed. Please allow  extra time for printing and fulfillment. Your estimated ship date will be shown at checkout. Thanks!

  • Product Details
    Estimated Finished Dimensions in Inches (Small, Medium)

    Small - 11.65 x 7.5 (approx 2.6 Liters)

    Medium - 15 x 9.5 (approx. 4.4 Liters)

    Estimated Finished Weight - 1.0 oz DCF

    Small - 0.4 oz (11.34 g)

    Medium - 0.51 oz (14.45 g)


  • Have suggestions or something you'd like to see added to these instructions? Send an email to suggestions@ripstopbytheroll.com.

Customer Reviews

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Roll Top Dry Bag Kit with Dyneema Composite Fabric

Great product and very fast delivery! Thanks RBTR

Hi Chuck, Thanks for the review! Enjoy the roll top bag!
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B.P.

Quick service, high quality products/materials, great choices...and will be back for more.

HI Beth, If you ever need anything, please let us know!
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I've made a bunch of these

I made a bunch for myself to take backpacking. These are a perfect way to organize and protect your gear. The colors are bright and consistent. I'm pretty sure these are cut with a machine and not by hand, which makes it easy to layout. I ordered at least 6 different colors and sizes. There is more than enough material to construct a bag. DCF is the easiest to work with in my opinion. It's like folding paper. Your sewing skills don't have be that great to make these.

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DIY Dyneema review post construction, and use-

Dyneema lives up to the hype, is is water proof, stronger the other options and is sew-able like a fabric. Everything comes with the kit, (except a sewing machine)

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Great kit! Fast Shipping...

Ordered the medium and it arrived sooner than I anticipated. I followed the video instruction with this kit and it worked out really well. Came out just a little smaller than I had imagined, but will work well to hold a night's worth of food or maybe two if packaged carefully (I usually repackage freeze-dried/dehydrated meals into easier to pack ziplocs anyway). I may also just use it for holding my puffy, beanie, and gloves. I would love to see a "large" and "X-large" kit be added to the line-up on these kits so they could then be used as food bags for multi-day trips. A little extra tape would be great too on those for extra seam sealing for those who'd like to take the extra step of boxing up the bottom corners to create a flat bottom. In the mean time, I took the experience gained from sewing sewing this one and sewed up a couple more larger ones with some basic ripstop that I'll use for multi-day backpacking food bags and see how those hold up. Thanks RBTR!

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