Document Zip Pouch
The Document Zip Pouch is ideal for storing and protecting your maps, data sheets and other travel documents. It may also fit a small laptop. Our zip pouches are the perfect way to keep organized without adding extra ounces to your pack. Durable 3.1 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric keeps your items protected from water and abrasion.
*Zip Pouch colors are random and may be any of the Dyneema® Composite Fabric colors we have in stock.*
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- Constructed from 3.1 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric which can stand up to the abuse of being carried around. The colors are random and may be any of the Dyneema® Composite Fabric colors we have in stock.
- Made with fully taped seams, and a water resistant zipper. These are highly water resistant as long as they aren't submerged for an extended period.
- Pull tabs make the zipper easy to open and they can also be used to clip the pouch to your backpack with a carabiner.
- All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
- Made in the USA.
12.5" wide x 9.5" tall (32 cm x 24 cm)
- day pack
- zip pouches
- paper copies
- birth certificates
I previously purchased the wallet and iPhone zip pouches and found them to be very durable as I typically use them when out trail running in some of Thailand’s jungles. They keep everything dry when I am hot. The document pouch is the same quality materials and very robust for keeping those items safe. Highly recommended.
Firstly I used this docs pouch not for hiking, but for family traveling (store all kind of docs, birth certificates, paper copies of different reservations and flights the ****** border officers need from you in many countries). But I found that now it is may favourite docs holder for everyday life, commuting in the city without any bag.
I purchased this document zip ouch mainly as a handy dry bag for my small items that I need easy access during hiking / backpacking trips. I put it in the non-waterproof front pocket of my day pack. I have a few small zip pouches that I use for my cell phone, power bank, etc.