Heavy-duty Dish Drying Bag - Inspired by Grand Canyon Rafting

After our three week rafting trip down the Grand Canyon, we were inspired to make some changes in our Sprinter Van. One thing we know we hate...waiting for dishes to dry, or hearing them rattle around when we're off-road. We designed the Dish Drying Bag to hang from anywhere, keep things silent with rubberized mesh, and handle even the toughest roads while Overlanding. We are engineers and we obsess over the details because we know how important it is having reliable outdoor gear you can trust.

On the Colorado River, outfitters have gear to accommodate 25+ people, and we built our Dish Drying Bag for a group of 4-6. It has one large pocket in the back (for pots, pans, bowls, etc) and three smaller pockets in the front (for utensils, knives, plates, etc). The tether straps are nice and long so it can be hung from just about anywhere, and the hooks are anodized aluminum for durability. There is also an internal aluminum stave along the top, to keep the structure when it's fully loaded.

Check out the Radius Dish Drying Bag product page for more details, and reach out if you want any beta from our trip! We filmed all the big rapids with our GoPro, and took some day hikes at the Havasu River confluence, Lava and a few other spots. Although it's cold to raft the Grand Canyon in winter, and requires a dry suit, it is also a special opportunity to have the river to yourself and in silence if you choose.

We hope you get out on the water soon! #WhatsYourRadius

(Mile 59)

(Granite Rapid)

(Mile 61.7)

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