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Old 07-25-2014, 10:48 AM   #41
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NEW TEPUI EXPEDITION SERIES GEAR BAGS

Tepui is proud to announce the launch of our Expedition Series Gear Bags. These rugged bags are designed to stand up to whatever abuse you throw at them. The sturdy materials used in constructing the Expedition Series make these bags ideal for use in the outdoors, and their vivid orange coloring make them easy targets to spot in times of quick necessity. No more worry about a little rain when you have your stuff packed in these and in the open bed of your truck or trailer.



Expedition Series Gear Container $225




Features
  • 120 Liters of storage space perfect for storing air mats, camping chairs, sleeping bags and more
  • Sturdy roller bag wheels make it easy to move around when fully loaded
  • Made from high strength polyester canvas coated with a synthetic resin
  • Water and abrasion resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat resistant up to approximately 158 degrees Fahrenheit
Expedition Series Duffle $185




Features:
  • Large compartment that can be used to store gear, clothing, equipment and more
  • Reinforced bottom panel
  • Comfortable grip and shoulder strap
  • High strength polyester canvas coated with a synthetic resin
  • Water and abrasion resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat resistant
Expedition Series Day Pack $128




Day Pack Features
  • Perfect for storing snacks, first aid, water, flashlights, and more
  • Partitions can be moved around allowing easy organization and quick access
  • Well insulated
  • Made from high strength polyester canvas coated with a synthetic resin
  • Water and abrasion resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat resistant
Expedition Series Tool Case $165




Features:
  • Four handles and exterior webbing
  • Compartmentalized for easy storage of all of your tools, walkie talkies, maps and more
  • Made from high strength polyester canvas coated with a synthetic resin
  • Water resistant
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat resistant up to approximately 158 degrees Fahrenheit
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:24 PM   #47
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:30 PM   #48
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We made the orange/black bags just for you.
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:34 PM   #49
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We made the orange/black bags just for you.
Yea I can see! but jberry may beat me to em.... I can already see uses for the duffle and tool bag, maybe you can throw em in with my kukenam ruggedized whenever I save the pennies for it
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Yea I can see! but jberry may beat me to em.... I can already see uses for the duffle and tool bag, maybe you can throw em in with my kukenam ruggedized whenever I save the pennies for it
Did Jason buy a set of bags?
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:40 PM   #51
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When you say "water resistant" does that mean the seams and/or zippers are not sealed enough to call it "waterproof?"

I have several dry bags that I use on the river (that you roll the tops to fully seal them) and am wondering if I can slowly start to replace them with these bags as the latter seem much more suitable for off road, etc.

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When you say "water resistant" does that mean the seams and/or zippers are not sealed enough to call it "waterproof?"

I have several dry bags that I use on the river (that you roll the tops to fully seal them) and am wondering if I can slowly start to replace them with these bags as the latter seem much more suitable for off road, etc.

Thanks.
Correct. These are not dry bags. The seams are all good quality but the zippers are not water "proof".
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Old 07-30-2014, 02:01 PM   #53
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Correct. These are not dry bags. The seams are all good quality but the zippers are not water "proof".
Thanks for the reply.

I need fully water proof stuff to house clothes, tent and sleeping bags.

Sweet product though.
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Thanks for the reply.

I need fully water proof stuff to house clothes, tent and sleeping bags.

Sweet product though.
Understood. These will work great for keeping stuff out of the weather, but if you think your bags have the chance of being submersed in water, then a real "dry bag" is better idea.
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Did Jason buy a set of bags?
Nah I just figured he'd have a similar reaction to mine when he sees them haha
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Old 07-30-2014, 02:29 PM   #56
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Understood. These will work great for keeping stuff out of the weather, but if you think your bags have the chance of being submersed in water, then a real "dry bag" is better idea.
Well I hope they don't get submersed in water if I'm off roading

But I've been in torrential downpours where it seems like only a dry bag would 100% keep all my essentials dry.

I have this thread bookmarked, will probably buy one of these bags down the road.

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can you get any of these tents for sub $1000?
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Can they withstand a 7 month deployment to the Mediterranean on a ship?? If so you might be getting a PM from me
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can you get any of these tents for sub $1000?
Yes, the Ayer and the Kukenam are both under $1000

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Can they withstand a 7 month deployment to the Mediterranean on a ship?? If so you might be getting a PM from me
I would think they do just fine for that. At least as well as any other non-hardcase luggage. The large container and the duffle would work great I think.
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Here are the pictures from our July trip.

Time to get a XL Rug. for my m101.
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