We started out as extreme athletes ourselves and dreamt of making sports bags specifically made for us and our friends. Now SUBTECH SPORTS is a brand widely recognised for high quality waterproof products.

But aside from our own product development process, we have gained over 1000 like-minded bag ambassadors, teaching us how we could improve even further. Our own thorough testing, elevated by real live usage from all over the world has been channeled into a new generation of PRO DRYBAG Series, the brand new DRYPACK 38L and many other top quality products.  

The biggest reward you can get is simply happy customers, and throughout this process, it has also been exciting to learn that the professional outdoor industry worldwide has recognized our work. Also, receiving one the ISPO Brand New Awards was a strong statement that showed we are on the right track and that our bags stand out to its competition.  

Making headway on the international platform, our bags have been introduced to some of the world’s biggest names among extreme sports and we are now proud to call many of them TEAM SUBTECH members. Their expertise and the way they use our gear is ramping up our knowledge base to a level few other brands can match.

That said, we are humble about where we are and where we need to go. Making a sports bag in a premium segment such as ours demands constant and persistent work. No matter what pace or possible setbacks, the bar should always be set at the highest standards, and never lose sight of the end goal. That is our intention and that is our commitment. 

Erik Lyth

Founder & CEO

SUBTECH SPORTS was founded 2011 in Australia and now headquartered in Sweden.

Since the beginning, these three keystones have been our core values:


Award-winning products designed to be used in the most extreme conditions you can possibly imagine.


Airforce, navy, special forces etc. all choose our products because they will guaranteed keep their gear dry and protected at all time.


Our products are being thrown out of planes. Dropped in the middle of the ocean. Transported 25m below the surface.
365 days per year and still last a lifetime.