ROCKAGATOR 40 Liter REFLECT Waterproof Backpack
This pack is the ultimate blend of form and function. This Rockagator REFLECT series waterproof backpack will keep you moving through any kind wet environment without soaking the gear that you need for the trek. Also, with additional reflective surfaces and screenprints on the front and back of the pack, you'll have no problems being spotted.
- Quick Submersion waterproof
- 40 Liter Capacity
- Floats when dropped in water (when correctly sealed)
- Splash-proof front zipper pouch
- Interior Zipper Pouch to store small items like Keys and Smartphones
- Internal Carabiner Loop Strip so you can attach your gear inside the bag and keep it close to the top where you need it
- Reflective patches on shoulder straps
- Reflective Screen Print on back of pack
- 20 Kg strap strength
- Elastic Mesh pockets on sides for storing loose items
- Welded construction for watertight seams
- Padded shoulder straps, back and lumbar
- Top Carry Handle
- Reflective Elasticized bungee
To effectively prevent moisture from quick submersion you should tightly roll the top flapat least 3 times and connect the straps in the upward position.
How to Clean?
Cleaning your Rockagator is a breeze. You can use a warm damp cloth to remove most dirt from your dry bag or backpack. If they are very dirty, you can even spray them off with a garden hose. Always be sure to clean sandy debris from the packs as this will act just like sandpaper on the surface of your pack. Lastly, be sure to properly air out and dry the bags off before you store them as they will get mildewy if you store them while they are still wet.
Keep harmful solvents away from your pack
Solvents are not good for these packs. Bug Sprays with DEET, Gasoline, Sunblock sprays (with alcohol) and other solvents will weaken the material in your pack.
Know your packs limitations
Although we would like to advertise our packs as bullet-proof, the truth is that our product has limitations just like any other product. Please adhere to the strap weight limits. Overloading your pack and tearing the straps is the most common problem. Also, be mindful not to drop or drag your pack across jagged edges or abrasive surfaces as the surface is more prone to puncture than a typical nylon textile pack would be.