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We are honored that the Airforce, Navy, Special Forces, Coustguard, marine police, sea rescue etc. have all chose to use our waterproof bags to keep their equipment dry and protected for the most challenging missions.

Below you can get a glimpse of how our bags are being thrown out of planes, dropped in the middle of the ocean and transported 25m/80ft below the surface,  365 days per year and still last a lifetime.

When it comes to their gear it is only Function, Quality & Durability that matters as it has to withstand the most extreme conditions you can possibly imagine.

U.S. Air Force F-16 pilot

U.S. Parescue Team The worlds most highly trained recovery specialists.

Final preparations for U.S. Parescue Team before launching the PRO DRYBAG 45L off a plane at 3000m/10.000 ft in to the freezing cold Bering Sea, off the coast of Alaska.

Australian Special Forces Use the PRO DRYBAG 100L with the equipment organized in the Smart Pack System (Large) to transport sensitive equipment at a depth of 25m/80ft below the surface.

 

For any B2B Sales inquiries– contact us at sales@subtechsports.com

For more info on the bags used by Airforce, Navy, Special Forces, Coustguard, marine police, martime etc., check out our >WEBSHOP<

 

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