This Week in Outdoor Gear Startups: 3-in-1 dry bag, waterproof fanny packs, underwear that doesn't stink and headlamps!

KickstartersLloyd Vogel

The Bitterroot - The World's 1st 3-in-1 Dry Bag!

The Bitterroot is a dry bag that also functions as a water filter and an inflation device for your sleeping pad or packraft. With the slogan "work smarter not harder," the Bitterroot takes a seemingly benign piece of gear and gives it new life! It's an 18L bag that (when equipped with the filter and hose) weighs 12.5oz.

In a gravity-fed configuration, the Bitterroot will filter a liter of water approximately every 3 minutes. 

Learn More - Visit the Kickstarter Project

 

 

Angle Bag - Versatile Waterproof Belt Bag

Belt bag is fancy talk for "fanny pack," and you should all know by now how we feel about fanny packs - VERY POSITIVELY! Its waterproof, its ergonomic in its share, and most importantly it looks really good on the model in the video.

The newest waterproof solution for keeping those items you want to protect safe - both in and out of the water! That's right! You can secure this handy waterproof solution to your body and jump right into the water with the peace of mind knowing that your valuables are secure, safe, and dry.   

Learn More - Visit the Kickstarter Project

 

 

Silvertech 2.0 - The Most Advanced Underwear

Underwear that doesn't need to be washed after every wear. Sounds like a pretty great idea! Shirts, socks, underwear, and towels.

The Bandicoot Headlamp

Its light, it's adjustable, its waterproof, and its made from silicone! No more bulky headlamps that bounce, just a very minimalistic headlamp that moves as you move. 

We've placed LEDs in the optimum position for their purpose. This means no bulky, hinged lighthead, no bulky battery pack on the back, and no elastic fabric over the top of your head to hold it all together.  

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