Seattle Sports Launches LocoDry Collection

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Seattle Sports kicks off the new year announcing the launch of its new LocoDry™ Collection for spring 2019. The collection includes rugged waterproof and splash-proof duffel and backpack designs suited for anything from gnarly river adventures to travel and everyday commuter use.

“Staying true to our long history of quality gear at affordable prices – Seattle Sports’ LocoDry line offers added features and an innovative upgrade to the standard backpack and duffel scene, all while maintaining affordable retail prices with attractive margins,” said Mike Moore, CEO and Founder of Seattle Sports.

All LocoDry packs and duffles feature patented Uniloop™ silicone strap system that creates a whole new bag experience by allowing the user to easily remove and replace straps and handles. Choose between the included black or neon green straps – or – purchase any of the 8 additional colorways (sold as singles to maximize customization). Silicone straps offer maximum breathability, grip strength, elastic shock absorption, comfort, and multi-attachment points.

LocoDry is a collection of performance duffel bags and backpacks. The range of duffel bags includes the DownUnder ZipDuff 60L/90L (MSRP: $175/$185) featuring a heavy-duty, PVC-free material, welded seams, and a gas-tight, t-style, waterproof zipper. The Andale Roll Duff 35L (MSRP: $110) is a waterproof duffel and a favorite amongst frequent travelers and everyday paddlers. It sports heavy-duty nylon webbing combined with the patent pending LocoModiv™ silicone strap provides ultimate comfort, breathability, grip, and customization.

Three new backpacks round out the LocoDry collection. The ModPok bags are modular personal travel bags that quickly, easily, and securely attaches to the front pocket on our LocoDry™ Splash, Fordr, and WetTrek backpacks. ModPok acts as a quick shoulder bag for small items and a water bottle holder. The Fordr PackNModPok 30L (MSRP: $130) is designed with the commuter and big adventurer in mind this heavy-duty, welded, waterproof backpack has 3-roll and over-the-top closure options. For longer excursions, the WetTrek PackNModPok 50L (MSRP: $140) is a heavy-duty, welded, waterproof backpack with over 50 Liters of storage space. Built with a padded mesh back panel, quick access front pocket, and multiple lash points. Includes the new ModPok. For a more lightweight, streamlined pack, the Splash PackNModPok 20L (MSRP: $130) is a simple, splash proof backpack.

The collection is available online and at specialty outdoor stores now. For more information visit https://www.seattlesportsco.com/new-2019-gear.html

 

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