Check out Chris’ website review of Watershed’s UDB (Ultimate Ditch Bag).
You can find his site chocked full of reviews here:
Our UDB has seen some changes since this review, the biggest change in the bag’s shape. You still have a huge amount of storage space, but the new backpack location in relation to bag shape to alleviate some of Chris’ issues that he discusses near the end.
Check out the latest update from the Pittarak Expedition team. Follow them on the listed Twitter or Facebook links below.
We just successful finished the first section of our expedition, and tomorrow will be heading out on the second leg.
These last two weeks were spent skiing up and over the the 2000 meter summit of the Penny Ice Cap. With us, we hauled Boomer’s kayak and pack rafts across the snow, and descended into the Weasel River. Here, we met up with filmmakers and friends from Camp 4 Collective who traveled and filmed the next week of our journey.
Boomer, a professional white water paddler, first descended many rapids on the Weasel river, while the rest of us used our pack raft to float the mellower sections.
Now in the community of Pangnirtung, we are trading our modern boats for our self made Inuit sea kayaks, and are heading out to finish our crossing of southern Baffin Island. From here, we will spend another two months paddling and portaging across the fifth largest island in the world.
We will be posting blog and pictures from the field on our website and facebook account:
Thanks again for all you support!
Kate, Eric, Boomer and Sarah
After a long day on the river, sometimes all you need is a Watershed drybag for a comfy pillow.
If you have any pictures of your furry friends enjoying adventures with you and your Watershed gear, please feel free to send them to Orders@drybags.com. We would love to post to our blog and share with the community.
Oakley, the Yellow Lab