The North Water Peaked Deck Bag attaches to the deck of your sit-inside kayak and gives you above deck storage that is easy to reach. To make stored items easier to get in and out, the North Water Peaked Deck Bag has a wide mouth and a double pull zipper opening. This 420 denier nylon deck bag uses a polyethylene liner to keep the bag's domed shape. The tapered design of the North Water Peaked Deck Bag renders less wind and wave resistance. Criss-crossed bungee straps on top, two side mesh pockets, and a zippered main compartment allow you quick and easy access to your goods stored inside.
|Length:||12 in / 30.48 cm|
|Width:||12 in / 30.48 cm|
|Shell Fabric:||420 denier nylon|
The North Water Peaked Deck Bag is the perfect size to hold water bottles, camera, gloves, etc. and keep them readily accessible. The tapered shape is welcome on windy days. Highly recommended.
I have had it two seasons. Stitching in front is going. One zipper of the two broke very early in its life lucky it has two because the company never answered my emails. All I ask if they could fix it and I never ask for it to be free. Works OK for storage but next one will be waterproof. I put clips on the ends of the straps for couple of dollars and it is easy to snap on and off vs. velcro straps but they worked well.
I like it a lot. Big enough for a lunch, a small dry box, a good-size water bottle, a small, waterproof camera, and a windbreaker... It holds more than I thought it would at first sight. I like that it has the mesh side pockets, though they are very small. Stuff can also be attached to the bungee cords on top of the bag. I agree that a big improvement would be clips or some kind of a quick-release system to make it easier to mount and unmount. Also maybe a shoulder strap for easier carrying, off the boat.
My husband and I really like our new deck bag. We used it on a 22 mile section of the Rio Grande River near South Fork, Colorado, where we live, and it kept our lunch dry. Best of all, our sandwiches didn't get squished and our spare water stayed in the kayak!