GEAR,  Product Reviews


Holdalls, drybags, ruck sacks and changing bags – whatever your swimming adventure there is a kit bag designed for you

1. Alpkit Gourdon 20L Waterproof Back Pack


A versatile 20 litre roll-top drybag

with elasticated straps and

two mesh pockets for

added capacity and easy access

to a water

bottle or


It has a


stiff back

pad, comfy

foam mesh


straps, a waist

belt and chest

straps – great for

water adventures or

commuting to the training lake.

2. Head 45L Tour Swimming Bag


Anyone growing up in the 1980s

will remember the immense

sense of style that came with

ownership of a Head sports bag.

We loved revisiting that school

playground cool with their 45L

Tour Swimming Bag.

It’s a roomy sports bag with a

large main compartment for swim

kit and training aids, waterproof

end compartments, small zipped

out pocket for keys and cards and

detachable shoulder strap. Cool.

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3. Selkie 40L Dry Bag


Made with high

quality heavy

duty PVC with


seams the




a roll top


with quick

release clip.

The multipurpose

D-Ring attachments

enable the orange straps to

be positioned for either over the

shoulder carrying or on your back.

It also has a heavy duty handle on

top adding to its versatility.

4. Lomo Blaze Expedition Holdall


This bag is really versatile and you

can carry it either like a holdall, or

a rucksack. It’s made from durable

PVC tarpaulin, with watertight

seams and features an internal

zipped net pocket to help separate

gear inside. It also features four

webbing loop rows to help you tie it

down if you want to use it on your

motorbike etc.

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5. Lomo 150L Monster Drybag


Huge 150L dry bag, so big we

climbed in it! Ideal for keeping

on board a boat and transporting

lots of kit around, while keeping it

dry from rain and waves. It has a

window down the side so you can

see what is in it (or see out).

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6. OutdoorSwimming Society / Alpkit 2L Drybags


These small lightweight

waterproof bags are great for

storing valuables, wet kit or

cake! Lightweight, 2L

capacity, with taped

seams and a roll top

to keep wet in (or

out). Perfect to

hold costume, hat,

goggles and a pack

towel, creating a

tiny portable swim

kit. Pop in the boot of

your car or handbag for

spontaneous dips.

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7. Selkie Change Swim Bag


Bag and changing

mat in one! Place

on muddy floor,

remove wetsuit,

get dried and then

put wetsuit and

wet towel on mat.

Pull drawstrings. Hey

presto! The changing mat

is now a bag holding all your

wet kit