Yes, Paddle Purse is made of tarpaulin fabric with seams that have been high frequency sealed. Like a traditional “dry bag,” roll the top 3 times, and then clip to the front. The pink bag can also be clipped down to the sides. Always test before using. Some water may accumulate at fold if submerged for a long period, just wipe or shake off before unrolling.
While Paddle Purse was designed with Stand Up Paddle Boarding in mind, it is also great for a day at the Beach, Camping, Kayaking, Canoeing, Hiking, Skiing, Jet Skiing, Swimming, , Boating, Cycling. Flexible uses – The Paddle Purse is so cute, you can take it from the water to shopping or dining afterward or wherever your day takes you next. Where will you use your Paddle Purse™?
Paddle Purse is TOUGH – Made of durable tarpauline material this bag is built to last. EASY TO CLEAN – Because this bag is high frequency sealed and made of tarpaulin fabric, you’ll find it really simple to clean. It will continue to look smart for many years to come. Simply wipe of any mud or marks with a damp cloth. To prevent fading, it is a good idea to rinse exterior with water after using in salt water.
Limited Warranty: Hydrobabe backpacks are warranted for the life of the product against manufacturers defects in materials and workmanship. Hydrobabe backpacks are intended to protect your equipment from rain, splash, and intermittent shallow immersion.
Not Covered: Normal wear, abrasion, misuse, abuse. Hydrobabe will not be liable to incidental or consequential damages. Not responsible to damage caused by misuse or improper sealing.
Hydrobabe™ was created to provide high-quality and attractive SUP accessories. Our first product is the Paddle Purse™ and was designed by women for women to bring their accessories with them when they go out on the water.
The idea for Hydrobabe™ was conceived during frequent morning paddles in San Diego, CA. Having a phone and/or key fob fall into the water and be lost or ruined was a fairly common occurrence, so most women I knew left their phone in the car and “hid” their car keys. Not a safe plan!