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  • Loose Seal - Fold Over Several Times

Nylofume® Pack Liner Bags

$2.49
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    • Fully waterproof
    • Odor resistant barrier
    • Tougher than compactor bags
    • Ultralight – 0.91 oz (25.9 g)

     

    Nylofume® Pack Liner Bags are fully waterproof to keep your gear dry. They’re made from a special nylon film that's also an odor resistant barrier to help keep your food and smellables under bear radar. Originally made to protect food and medicine during home fumigations, these bags make great backpack liners.

    Nylofume bags have been known to last on thru hikes and are found tougher than trash compactor bags which eventually develop pinholes. And they’re lighter at just 0.91 oz (25.9 g).

    The material is clear to help you see where things are inside. To seal, simply twist, fold over, and use a bungee strap or rubber band. Or for a loose seal just fold over several times. They measure 20 x 37 in. (50.8 x 94 cm) and fit most lightweight backpacks, but the length can be cut down if necessary. Use one for all your gear or two to separate your sleeping bag/quilt and clothes from your food/smellables and wet gear.

     

    Specifications

    Material: Nylon polymer film, 1 mil thick, clear, unscented

    Size: 20 x 37 in. (50.8 x 94 cm) flat bag, ungusseted

    Volume

       To the Top: 3168 cu in. (51.9 L), based on 8 x 12 x 33 in. (20.3 x 30.5 x 83.8 cm) to the top, flat bag with ungusseted bottom

       Usable with Tie Off: 2592 cu in. (42.5 L) with 6 in. (15.2 cm) reserved for tie off at the top

    Weight: 0.91 oz (25.9 g)

     

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    • To avoid danger of suffocation, keep this plastic bag away from babies and children.
    • Do NOT use this bag in cribs, beds, carriage, or playpens.
    • This bag is NOT a toy.

    In no event shall Litesmith, LLC be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, or special consequential damages, to property or life, whatsoever arising out of or connected with the use or misuse of its products.

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    1. Great pack liner  star rating

      Posted by Dave on 18th Jan 2021

      These do the job and seem very strong. They don’t have any stretch like garbage bags.

    2. Great company  star rating

      Posted by Jason on 13th Jan 2021

      I bought these liners for backpacking thinking I would give them a try , I was surprised how much lighter and truly stronger than the compactor bags I was using . Lol never thought I’d write a review for a damn bag lol

    3. Great for backpacking  star rating

      Posted by Gene on 9th Jan 2021

      Bought a 3 pack last year and hiked 17 days on the Appalachian trail in GA and NC. Replaced the first bag after 10 days when I tore a hole in it with a tent pole. Still have one bag left. They weigh almost nothing (1oz/29g) but are very durable. I carried a second one just in case. They make a crinkly sound like a potato chip bag but it's not as noticeable after a couple days use. Much better than a trash compactor liner for keeping gear dry. Bought another 3 pack for this year.

    4. Indispensable pour les randonneurs  star rating

      Posted by Unknown on 5th Jan 2021

      Un accessoire indispensable pour les randonneurs ultra léger!

    5. Nylofume packliner bag  star rating

      Posted by Carla Markus on 24th Dec 2020

      I like these bags. Their durability is longer than other bags.

    6. backpack liner  star rating

      Posted by ET on 1st Sep 2020

      have used the liner on one trip so far and it worked as described

    7. great  star rating

      Posted by ross cooper on 29th Aug 2020

      I haven’t tried this yet but it’s light and fits my sleeping pad and bag perfectly and will definitely keep everything dry

    8. best pack liner  star rating

      Posted by outdoorsyWannaBe on 29th Aug 2020

      Best pack liner for all sizes. Also Durable .

    9. 1st one was punctured, thankfully they're cheap  star rating

      Posted by Jeff on 27th Aug 2020

      I originally bought just one and used it for a few overnights, nothing crazy and it worked out fine. Then i did a 14 day section hike of the AT and it somehow got two, 1/2 inch punctures in the mid bag. I'm still trying to figure out how that happened b/c all the reviews I've seen and usage reports from other hikers say these bags are practically indestructible. The only thing that i think it maybe could have been from is a rub mark on the dry bag latch that i use to keep my quilt and clothing in as thats the only thing in my pack that even has edges. If not that, maybe something in my front meshy pocket but i dont keep sharp objects in there either. I really have no idea.

      Regardless, i just bought 3 more. At the end of the day, they cost 2.50 so i'm not too concerned. More just mystified how my first one developed holes.

    10. Lightweight, inexpensive, durable  star rating

      Posted by Gene E. on 18th Aug 2020

      I bought a three pack and the first bag was still keeping things dry after 10 days and nights on the Appalachian Trail and it rained every day! I had a 50 liter pack and the bag held all my clothes and sleeping gear. I like that they are lightweight and inexpensive. One reviewer complained about the crinkly noise (like a potato chip bag) which is true but the more I used the bag the less crinkly it sounded. On the last day of hiking I tore a hole in it with the backpack zipper. I put a piece of duct tape over the hole and used that same bag for six more days of AT hiking a few weeks later (only rained every other day on that trip). They work great!

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