Redverz 90 Liter Dry Bag Green/Black

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On those rainy days when motorcycling feels more like a water sport than a ride, rest easy, we’ve got you covered. A waterproof, rugged 90-liter dry bag from Redverz leaves nothing to chance and is roomy enough to store and protect all of your gear, literally all of it.

We've brought the impressive, 90-Liter capacity bag back because many of you like to keep it simple with your entire setup in one, dry place. It straps easily across the back of your bike and we’ve heard it makes a pretty spectacular back rest. 

Made of 420D TPU coated nylon, the bag boasts a roll-top closure and 10,000mm hydrostatic head to provide a totally waterproof experience. The wider opening allows you to more easily view and access the contents of your bag, and upon arrival you simply grab and go. If you value dry clothes, functioning camp stoves and legible maps these dry bags are more durable and abrasion resistant than vinyl and are the best possible waterproof protection for all of your gear out on the road. 

No matter what type of adventure you are on we can all agree that the best gear is always dry gear.  So whether you travel on two wheels or four, or take to the waterways, a 90-Liter bag will keep tents, camp furniture, sleeping bags, wet suits, life vests, hiking gear and anything else you can imagine dry and secure. It’s near-perfect storage. 

The 90-Liter Bag is currently available in green and complements our best-selling Atacama Expedition Tent, also in green.

Dimensions L 32" x H 16" X W 12"  L 81cm x H 41cm x W31cm 



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  • 5
    More is better!

    Posted by Tom Brown on 23rd Mar 2023

    I have several dry-bags including 2 50 liter Redvers. Been using one 50 and an 80 liter of questionable quality. from another manufacturer. These are better. Everything neede for moto trips and nothing you don’t.

  • 5
    Redverz Dry Bag Green/Back

    Posted by MHoover on 1st Apr 2021

    The bag really stood the test of being dry. The content in the bag stayed dry. I purchased this dry bag because of the handles it was easy to carry. I am pleased with my purchase and hope this dry bag last for a long time.

  • 4
    Nice bag for the price

    Posted by Jeffrie on 26th May 2019

    If I had it to do over again I would probably spring for the larger bag. After I get the tent in, sleeping pad, chair, and a couple of smaller items, there just isn't any room left for my sleeping bag or a cot. I could probably get the bag to fit if I didn't keep it in a dry sack but I don't like a dry sleeping bag sitting next to a wet tent.

  • 5
    90 Liter Dry Bag

    Posted by Robert Clark on 23rd May 2019

    Nice bag. Looks durable and well made. This bag is huge: I may have to buy some more gear to make use of all the available space.

  • 5
    Waterproof Dry Bag

    Posted by Tim on 30th Jul 2017

    While traveling all over the country on a motorcycle through all kinds of weather my 50 litre dry bags have never leaked. They are outfuckingstanding!

  • 5
    Great product!

    Posted by Squibbs on 10th Apr 2017

    Love this bag from Redverz. Have numerous products from them and they are durable and solid for the price.

  • 5
    nice size

    Posted by kmktm20 on 10th Apr 2017

    The material feels better then the vinyl. The bag is nice and large. Holds my Redverz tent and has some room left over.

  • 5
    redverz drybag

    Posted by Nutzy on 10th Apr 2017

    This is the twin to the one I bought a year ago. On a 7771 mile trip this month we were rain upon at least 9 times without a drop of moisture inside either of the bags which rode on top of the side boxes. I never had a leak in the older bag and it has had a lot of trips around New England.

  • 5
    Worked as Expected

    Posted by Micheal Z on 10th Apr 2017

    I purchased the dry bag for an 1600 mile motorcycle camping trip. I bought both the 90 liter and the 50 liter. In the 90 liter, I put my Redverz Solo Expedition Tent with groundsheets and extra stakes, my sleeping bag, my self-inflating sleeping pad, and a few other odds and ends. I had room to spare. In the 50 liter, I put 2 Biolite camp stoves with the cooking and lighting accessories, as well as some other camp odds and ends (plates, cups, etc.). Again, plenty of room to spare. The stacked OK on the luggage rack of my Street Glide Special. They include 2 tie down rings on each side of the bag where the handles connect to the bag which made attaching to my luggage rack easy. As it turns out, we did not hit any of the rain we were expecting but the way they are constructed makes me believe there would be no problem with water. The top folds over (3 times recommended for waterproof) and clips on each side. I would have given 5 stars across the board but I wish is that they were a little more formed for packing on a flat surface and stacking (rectangular box like). This might add a little weight (which would be ok) or be impossible with this type of material, but I have seen other dry bags with that feature. Overall, very happy with the purchase. Hope I never have to find out how good they are in a driving rain.

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