I’ve faced the same problem. It’s hard finding a dry-bag that I can fit all my gear into. I’ve got a 70 liter cheap dry bag that I bought on eBay for under $10. It serves its purpose, but… It’s a pain to carry it from the landing site to a potential campsite. And the 70L bag makes everything a pretty tight fit. Plus it’s more square than oblong or tubular.
I’ve been looking at affordable dry-bags / dry duffel bags. I refuse to pay more than $100, that’s just crazy. Using discount codes I’ve found a SealLine 115 Liter ‘Boundary Pack’ that has shoulder straps. Costs $95 with free shipping. I’m torn between that and the NRS 3.8 Bill’s Bag Dry Bag for $75 (106 Liter). If anyone has any experience with either of these I’d appreciate any feedback.
I liked the look of the Scuba Pro duffel’s and the North Face or Sea to Summit dry bags but I read some negative reviews about how they weren’t very durable that made me hesitant. That, and the price. I liked the design of the Redverz, but looking at the dimensions of the ‘large’ duffel I’m not sure it will meet my needs, their 90 Liter bag is only 27 inches long…
There’s plenty of nice looking smaller dry bags/ duffel’s like Wolfman or Outdoor Research, but when you get up above 90 liters there doesn’t seem to be much to choose from and there’s a dearth of reviews.