Särmä TST Dry Bag
Lightweight, waterproof dry bag with roll top closure. A basic piece of kit which can be used to organize and waterproof your gear inside your pack or, especially in this case with the NIR compliant camouflage print and all, lashed to it´s outside.
- Roll closure with SR buckle.
- Waterproof taped seams.
- 100% Polyamide w/ PU coating. Waterproof up to 12000 mm.
The main material is ripstop reinforced 100% polyamide, DWR treated and PU coated. Waterproof up to 12000 mm. The roll mouth is made from strong military webbing with a ITW Nexus SR buckle.
Särmä TST is Varusteleka's own in-house brand of clothing and gear designed for military and law enforcement end users. Our clothing and equipment are made in co-operation with a number of experienced manufacturers with a strong background in producing clothing and gear for military and law enforcement officials, most notably for the Finnish Defence Forces. For further reading check out the Särmä TST corner of our website.
Särmä TST products are covered by a 12-month warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. For further information please read our detailed warranty guide.
Sewn in Estonia
These are sewn in Estonia, by an experienced factory that has a long history of producing clothing for military, law enforcement and emergency services.
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does not recommend
Janne T. 03.02.2018
jani t. 16.04.2018 (Edited 23.05.2019)
Tätä ei tapahdu Mil-Tecin kantosäkeillä.