Aleutian Deck Bag™

Aleutian Deck Bag™

If you need low-profile waterproof storage on the deck of a sea kayak or SUP, look no further than Watershed’s Aleutian. It straps nicely onto the front deck of most sea kayaks and paddleboards, and allows fast access to your camera and valuables. You can also use it to keep a map dry and viewable, and it will even hold a bilge pump with its handy straps
  • Fits most kayaks and canoes
  • 2 Elasto-Lok buckles for your bilge pump
  • Convenient reusable water bottle holder
  • Clear map case (you can also use your phone or tablet through the clear material)
  •  Comes with a plastic stiffener inside the bag that serves to “dome up” the top of the bag
  • Available Colors: Orange and Blue


Dimensions 19.5″ Height x 14.5″ Width x 4″ Depth (Tapers to 14.5″ x 13.5″)
Capacity 700 cu in (11.5L)
Closure Type ZipDry®
Opening Size 13 in
Weight 1.7 lbs


SKU: FGW-DB Categories: , ,


  1. Eva L.

    I just purchased the Aleutian Deck Bag and love the low profile dry bag. In challenging weather it stays rock-solid on my sea kayak. While it can be a bit challenging to open from the cockpit, it also stays dry when immersed in water, something my previous deck bag did NOT do. The bilge pump stays solidly on the side of the bag as my water bottle says on the other. I appreciate the design of the bottle holder as it can crimp down to hold the shorter bottle, or open up for a longer bottle. I need this flexibility as I kayak year-round.

  2. Sean v

    I really love this bag, it keeps everything absolutely try, holds my pump perfectly, and stays securely affixed to my deck lines.

  3. Christian Cotz

    Loved my deck bag. Do a lot of whitewater canoeing and kept it lashed to the yoke thwart in front of my saddle. Great for glancing down at the map, and for quick access to splash top, extra layer, bug juice, all that stuff you need throughout the day. I used the pump straps to secure a spare single blade within easy reach. Used it for expeditions and day trips. Once you get used to having it, becomes essential piece of gear. Lost mine in a disaster up on the Broadback River in Quebec.

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