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Seattle Sports Company E-Merse GoPack

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the E-Merse GoPack for free from Seattle Sports Company in consideration for a gear review 

As the temps start to get a little chillier, it's a reminder that Summer (along with the fact that school started) is coming to an end. And let me tell you, Lil Man and I really enjoyed our summer. I don't know what it is about water, but if Lil Man can find it, he's in it. And I got the opportunity to review the E-Merse GoPack from Seattle Sports Company. I can't count the number of times that I've either had something drenched that shouldn't have been drenched, or that I got my car soaked because my sack of wet clothes leaked all over everything.

First of all, what is the Seattle Sports E-Merse GoPack? Well, it's fairly simple, yet genius.

It's a backpack. You remove the top handle, place your things inside, close it back up and there you go... a waterproof backpack

E-Merse GoPack
And if you are curious how much it holds, I felt that it could hold a lot. I put my wallet, keys, a set of clothes for Lil Man and another set of clothes for myself and it all fit. I probably could have packed a few more things in it, but that was all that I needed.

E-Merse GoPack all packed and ready to go 

I used it at the amusement park and the pool. First I put our things in it to keep dry, but I also put our wet items in it to keep from getting everything else wet. I'm not exactly sure if that's what they had in mind, but I found a dual function - of keeping water out, but also keeping water in.

Oh, and don't think it's just for summer use!

I run and hike all winter long. I plan to use the E-Merse GoPack year round. It will be perfect on the trail in the rain or snow.  It will also come in handy for indoor swimming which we plan to do - or anytime that I think we might get caught out in the rain.

Overall, I am very pleased with the Seattle Sports E-Merge GoPack. It seems durable and functional. For more info, you can check out the company's website here.

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