@detailer@Kyeh Yes, i love their markings, & their ears are crazy! And, yes, they are VERY family oriented, which makes them really successful hunters, but they’re endangered due to loss of habitat & humans mistakenly believing they’re a major threat to livestock. The all-too-common story these days, unfortunately.
@ExtraMedium@ohheyitsmrwang Real “dry bags” that actually stay dry when, say, kayaking, shut by rolling more than twice. At least one review referenced that if it happens to be up side down melted ice leaks out. Don’t know if that is because they didn’t shut it right or not. The same company sells actual waterproof dry bags so if we are lucky they ported that shutting system across.
@ExtraMedium@Kidsandliz@ohheyitsmrwang Yeah someone in a later post asked if you could store water in it. I was thinking if it really is a dry-bag, it should be watertight the other way around. Though structurally not sure it would hold that weight, and almost certainly not the straps, or the back of the poor fool trying to carry it.
I own one of these that I bought on Amazon warehouse when it was on sale for about the same price
They are very durable, can function as a dry bag, and insulate just OK unless you use the feature to inflate the insulation layer which improves the air gap and guaranteed it will float even if it contains chilled rocks
Almost forgot to say it’s not great as a backpack for portage because of the placement of the straps, my only complaint
@JDCornwell they are not soft yeti class, they have maybe a half inch of closed cell foam insulation
The inflation port helps but still unless you go ice blocks your not getting 6 hours on a hot day where the ice is unmelted
@JDCornwell@oldmantick Yeah soft Yeti class is another class altogether, I’m sure, and also another digit added to the price. Though the good thick insulation of a Yeti adds a lot of bulk, too, or conversely, less inside space for same footprint bag.
For what they seem to be, these actually sound pretty good.
Their strength is convenience
Fantastic for a kayak because you can squish them into the hull, nice to carry in the car for frozen food, good for music festivals
Will NOT replace a good cooler hard side or soft side but they are very flat to store so easy to add to your cooler quiver and pull out for the right application