Your Choice Yukon Outfitters Dry Packs

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Your Choice Yukon Outfitters Dry Packs
Price: $59.99 - 99.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $15 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Jul 18 to Monday, Jul 21) + transit
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Their own site doesn’t sell or even mention these products and I don’t see these for sale anywhere else. Is Woot the dumping ground for failed products, or perhaps the beta testers? Not sure if it’s a deal or we’re buying full price since nobody else sells it…

Looks cool and all though, but zero reviews makes me hesitant to drop $100.

Yup. I could not find any other mention of them online, which would usually be an instant “no way”…

BUT I just happen to need a dry bag backpack for a trip soon, and it does have a lifetime warranty, so I rolled the dice.

Still… weird to find a product that doesn’t have some mention on the internet.

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The Summit

Redcore,

Valid point, but these bags just hit the market… like literally this week. They’re in the process of being put up on our site too. The folks over at Woot are friends of ours and we’ve given them a sneak peak into the brand new line. We’re not new to this game, and shipments are rolling to other retailers now… but you won’t see them at these prices. Let us know if we can be of any more help!

Yukon Outfitters

Splendic,

Thanks for the vote of confidence and you won’t be disappointed. Early adaptors will score big on this deal. More pics can be found over at our facebook page: www.facebook.com/yukonoutfitters

Well I appreciate the response, and will be sure to let you know how it fares on my trip!

Send us pictures from the trip!!

Just watched all the videos & purchased the Summit bag & the El Capitan. I travel quite a bit & this year’s adventures include India & Antarctica…will send reviews/pics when I return. They look like they can take a beating & yet fashionably functional…we’ll soon see Yukon!

Just bought two El capitans. I’m curious how they will hold up on a bushwhacking canoe portage with no trail.

Boom, that’s what we’re talking about! PM us your receipt and we’ll send you some more swag to take on your trip… just for pulling the trigger on a new item and knowing top shelf gear when you see it Send us some pics from those wild places!!! Especially Antartica!

I’m wondering about the rigidity of the PE ribs in the El Capitan pack. I’d like to bring it as airline carry-on luggage if I don’t stuff it completely full. I prefer soft-sided luggage so that it can be crushed if necessary to fit in the sizers and overhead storage. The 29-inch specification is longer than the stingiest 22-inch maximum posted on airline websites. Is it actually 29 inches tall fully loaded or flattened/empty (as seen in the video)?

Our Pro Staff team used these as gear haulers during a 2 week fly fishing trip outside of Helena, MT back in April. Mud, rocks and the Missouri River couldn’t break em. Thank you for checking us out!

Klew97,

Know exactly what you’re talking about. Our Founder uses this pack for just the same purpose and it’ll fit in the smallest Embraer erj-145 overhead cabin. The internal PE ribs are 20" long and when fully loaded the pack is 29" long. To fit in those small overhead bins, all you have to do is roll the top down to the 40L line and you’ll be good to go.

Thanks for checking us out!!

I’m more worried about thorns and briars than mud and rocks.

I really appreciate the response, that speaks volumes about how you do business and inspired me to check out your company. Great reviews on other products, pretty rabid fans, lifetime warranty. That on top of the fact that I’ve been on the look out for a quality ultra lite hiking backpack (one that both functional and fashionable - and this is pretty gorgeous - and I’m extremely picky having had my fill of old hand me down gear from my scouting days)…can’t pass it up. Just ordered El Capitan (I live just outside Yosemite, so I’m not going to lie that the name is a nice little nostalgic bonus). Looking forward to unboxing it :slight_smile:

Redcore,

We really appreciate you taking the time to learn more about our company and how we do business. Customers are a blessing and we bust our tail to make em happy every day. Thank you for giving us a shot and we’re jealous that you’re so close to Yosemite… send us a pick with that El Capitan pack on TOP OF El Capitan and we’ll make it worth the effort!!

Sincerely,

Yukon Outfitters

Man… Don’t need it but in for an El Capitan. Excited to give it a try.

I have a couple Yukon outfitter products and I’ve been very impressed with their designs. Can’t tell you how much I love my “bug out bag” by them. Literally just bought 2 more off their site (one as a back up for me/my wife and one for my brother who loves mine). Not a classic bug out bag per se, but certainly could be used as one and an amazing travel bag. I use it on all my trips now and it’s perfect for races (mud runs, tri, etc).

In short I don’t think we will be disappointed. They clearly put a lot of thought into their designs.