When it comes to hiking we all need somewhere to store our food.
Our dyneema food bags are made from tough 1.43oz Dyneema Composite Fabric (DCF) formally cuben fibre with taped seams and roll top closure. They'll keep your hiking food safe and dry while out on the trail.
Various size options available help you tailor your hiking food bag to your trip.
Perfect overnight hike food bag, holding 1-2 days worth of food
Flat dimensions: 38cm (h) x 23cm (w) x 12cm (d)
(sizing may vary slightly on overnight bags)
Our most popular food bag, holding 3-4 days worth of food
Flat dimensions: 42.5cm (h) x 32.5cm (w) x 10cm (d)
The Med-Wide food bag is a shorter wider option to stand upright in most packs and hold 4-5 days worth of food for a single person
Flat dimensions: 34.5cm (h) x 42.5cm (w) x 15cm (d)
This food bag is for the serious hiker who needs to carry 5-7 days worth of food at a time
Capacity: 19 ltrs
Flat dimensions: 44cm (h) x 42.5cm (w) x 12cm (d)
Made in Australia.
Dyneema food bags are virtually waterproof when rolled fully closed.
*All of our bags, pack cells, stuff sacks and zipper pouches are water resistant, however, they are not intended to be submerged underwater.
Pair it up with an ultralight cook kit:
I used the medium-wide for my two week hike of the great South West walk, which I've just finished. It was great. Hasn't worn at all and big enough for multiple days between resupply. Going to buy a second one for my wife!
Super quality food bag that is a big step up from sin nylon or other materials. Clear enough to see what’s in your bag and great size for multi-day hikes.
I’ve have had my food bag for a while now but am still yet to use it due to lockdowns. Can’t wait to get out and give it a good workout, the quality is fantastic, I highly recommend
These Dyneema food bags are excellent quality. I'm using them as dry bags in the two front pouches of my Aarn pack. They replace two silnylon bags and save weight without sacrificing durability. My only (mild) suggestion is to use velcro instead of a press stud for initial closure before rolling the top. I'm guessing the press stud will detach eventually, but I may be proved wrong. (and Velcro also has its downsides... filling with fluff, etc). Alternatively, reinforce the point where the two parts of the press stud are fixed with double fabric? Prompt delivery in difficult times. Well done!! It's great to have a DCF manufacturer/supplier in Australia.
Excellent product, stitching is great and they are perfect for my needs. looking forward to using the food bag on upcoming Tas trip