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OutdoorINK Roll Top Dry Bag Kit with Dyneema® Composite Fabric


OutdoorINK Roll Top Dry Bag Kit with Dyneema® Composite Fabric



  • 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 OutdoorINK printed fabric with Dyneema® Composite.

    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.

    Here's what you'll get:

    Material (*choose size above)
    Printed, laser cut 1.0 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric CT2K.18 or 2.92 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric CT5k.18/wov.32c 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 Design from the drop down menu above.

    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.

    Note that all printed products will exhibit  minor variation  in finished size due to material shrinkage rates. 

    Dyneema® is a trademark of DSM. Use of these trademarks requires approval from DSM. 

  • 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, 2.92 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

Based on 43 reviews
Anne Weinheimer
Fun little project

Purchased the kit-watched the tutorial and 15 minutes later I had a great little waterproof bag for my kayak trip. Turned out great-would do it again.

Melissa Lester
Even the worst sewer can do it!

If you have a machine that makes a straight stitch, this kit is for you. Fun colorful addition to my gear. Two clumsy thumbs up!!

We love to hear that! We try to make our kits simple and easy for everyone!

Celeste Cook
Love it

The roll-top bag turned out great! I love the paisley design. The bag is is so lightweight and thin enough to be easy to fold and put away in my backpack when not in use.

Thanks for the review, Celeste! We're glad the Roll-top dry bag turned out awesome. Paisley is a great print and it certainly won't get lost among your other gear!

Ripstop Rules!

I recently found this site and am SO happy I did. I’m taking an industrial sewing class. I purchased a few kits to try out and made them all in one day!
I will definitely be ordering more materials in the future.

You RULE! Thanks for leaving us a review. Let us know if you have any questions about future projects, we're always here to help!

Great project, a little sewing, some taping, and a nice product at the end

It's a good project for someone who hasn't made anything before, but wants a little challenge. The directions video is good. There's a little sewing, which is scary on expensive dyneema, but easily done. The hardest part about the taping is figuring out how to get the tape off the backing. Grrr. In the end, you understand how to put together a roll top drybag, and you get a drybag, with the print of your choosing, to boot!

Thank you for all your kind words Beth! Making your own gear is so satisfying and starting with a dry bag is a great place. The tape can be a little tricky, try cutting a piece at an angle and using some tweezer to pull off the backing. Don't pull the tape backing off all at once, but start with 1-2' and then guide the tape down the seam while pulling the backing off at the same time. I hope that helps!