YETI® Sidekick Dry - Charcoal

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The SideKick Dry™ is designed to keep the important things accessible, secure, and 100% dry. This waterproof gear case is the worry-free way to carry your keys, wallet, fishing license, and phone in the wild. It’s constructed with a powerfully magnetic HydroShield™ Closure and RF-welded seams that repel any sign of wetness. It also attaches to the Hopper family’s HitchPoint™ Grid to safely keep your gear within easy reach.


  • DRYHIDE™ SHELL: Similar materials and construction as high performance whitewater rafts.
  • HYDROSHIELD CLOSURE: Uses powerful magnets to create a 100% waterproof shield.
  • RF-WELDED SEAMS: Means there's no way in for any rogue wetness.


Outside: 11-3/4" X 7-1/8" X 3-1/4"
Empty Weight: 12.8 OZ


  • There’s nothing better than peace of mind, and the SideKick Dry is designed to keep it that way. Its tough-as-nails DryHide™ Shell is completely waterproof and resistant to puncture and UV Rays, ensuring Mother Nature won’t touch your valuables. Additionally, its interior mesh pocket makes staying organized even easier, so you can spend less time worrying and more time exploring the wild.

  • Bring on the downpours and the float trips, because the SideKick Dry is built to take on anything. It’s constructed with a 100% waterproof seal and a YETI-tough DryHide™ Shell that promise to keep your valuables safe, dry, and protected. So go forth and explore, rain or shine.
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