Cyclone II Dry Pack 36L
Cyclone II Dry Pack 36L
A waterproof surf pack for everyday and extended travel
Sand and water have a way of finding their way into everything, so we designed the Cyclone Collection for surfers who need the security of a dry bag with the utility of a seasoned travel bag. At 36 liters, The Cyclone II Dry Pack is sized for everyday missions and adventure travel alike. The roll-top closure and welded design create a waterproof seal to protect your gear. An integrated board carry system frees up your hands, while a laptop sleeve and exterior pockets add everyday and travel utility.
- 305D Cordura® HP Coated Ripstop.
- 2200 cubic inches [ 36L ]
- 21 x 14 x 11" [ 53 x 36 x 28cm ]
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Fits most 15" laptops
- Waterproof, welded construction with roll top closure
- Welded front stash pockets with water resistant YKK® PU-coated zippers
- Integrated board-carry for systems up to 15 lbs (6.8 kgs)
- Breathable ergonomic shoulder straps and backpanel
- Adjustable sternum strap
- Non-padded laptop sleeve
Tested & Trusted
Pros: It’s a good looking bag and I got tons of compliments on it. The large, undivided main compartment and waterproof zip pockets made for one of the most versatile backpacks I own. I’ve used it for things ranging from packing a pair of shoes and clothes for a Weekender to Sedona, loading it with a two 6-packs, 5 (dollar-sized) bags of chips, a towel, iPad, bluetooth speaker and sunscreen for a Jamaican beach day, making massive grocery store runs (think 2 liters of milk, 2 family-sized cereal boxes, a tub of spinach, an onion, a pound of potatoes, 2 meat packages and multiple boxes of whole wheat pasta) using the water bottle pocket for my U-lock, all while keeping everything dry from rain, waterfalls and high tides.
The only negative: you know that cool side pocket under the board-carry that you love to stash your phone/passport/wallet in? Well that welding came undone. The other day I slipped my phone into that secret stash zone and stopped 2 steps later to pick up my cracked phone that went right through the hole in the bottom of the pocket. I was bummed about the phone, but even more bummed that this versitle bag couldn’t survive a year of novel use. To compare, I received this bag to replace a Timbuk2 Spire that I used as both my daily commuter and travel bag for 4 years. That bag is still in tact, but only put away because it’s not visually appealing anymore. I certainly pushed the main compartment to its limits, but that side pocket was hardly something you could abuse. If it can’t handle a phone, would you trust it to carry your board? Without that pocket, I’ll likely abandon this bag as a travel pack and save it for those heavy utility days.
Summary: Cool looking bag. Love the versatility and waterproof feature. Bummed about the durability.