Rockagator Kanarra 90L Waterproof Backpack

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  • Regular price $149.00

Rockagator Kanarra 90L Waterproof Backpack

New for 2018 is our 90L Kanarra Waterproof Backpack
When you need to take all but the kitchen sink on your next portage down the river, fishing trip or to your rainy base camp, the Kanarra 90-Liter Waterproof Backpack is the perfect solution.  Along with massive amounts storage capacity, this pack boasts padded waist straps with multiple points of adjustment for just the perfect fit.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Shock Cord Netting
Hypalon Attachment Points On Sides
Top Carry Handle
Padded Waist Straps With Multiple Adjustment Points
Padded Shoulder Straps With Adjustable Sternum Strap
Welded Construction For Watertight Seams
Elastic Mesh Pockets On Sides For Storing Loose Items Or Water Bottle
30Kg Strap Strength
Large External Mesh Zipper Map Pouch

Learning Center
When properly sealed, our Rockagator products will help you Rule the Elements by keeping water and dirt where it should be.  Check out this quick video tutorial on how to properly seal your Rockagator Bag.  Happy Adventuring!

Product Care:


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.