Seal Line HP Map Case
Adventure racers, motorcyclists and boaters alike will be stoked with the Seal Line HP Map Case. It features a hook-and-loop-secured roll-down closure providing the easiest access and a pliable yet tough urethane body is UV resistant, staying clear for the long haul. Lash tabs at corners make mounting anywhere easy and an adjustable neck strap is perfect for fast, land-based reference. Available in three sizes.
- Material: super-durable PVC-free material
- PVC-Free: Eco-friendlier fabrics reduce environmental impact and increase durability
- Secure roll down closer prevents any water from ingressing
- Lasting Visibility: Tough urethane resists UV damage
- Versatile: Lash points and adjustable neck strap fit any application
- Overall width: 10 in, 25 cm (small), 13.5 in, 34 cm (medium), 15 in, 40 cm (large)
- Overall length: 13.25 in, 34 cm (small), 16 in, 41 cm (medium), 23 in, 56 cm (large)
- Compartment width: 9.5 in, 24 cm (small), 13 in, 33 cm (medium), 14.5 in, 37 cm (large)
- Compartment length: 12.25 in, 31 cm (small), 15 in, 38 in (medium), 21 in, 53 cm (large)
- Weight: 3 oz, 85 g (small), 5 oz, 142 g (medium), 6.5 oz, 184 g (large)
Purchase the Seal Line HP Map Case from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- August 26 2010
Finally, a chart case that works...
Use: ocean kayaking I've been through a lot of cases over the years and chanced upon this one during a trip around Vancouver Island. The large size allows you to have a decent amount of chart to work with. The material feels pretty flimsy but is actually very durable. I removed that strap/handle and use a couple of small clips to attach the case to the bungee in front of the cockpit. It easily folds up and stows out of the way if I don't need it or in wind and lays out over my spray deck for use. Highly recommended from someone who has tried, trashed and discarded several cases on the way to this one.
- June 18 2011
The best in the map case
The SealLine HP Map Case is made of very thin urethane material that is strong enough to survive hanging out of your pocket while bushwhacking. I had the case completely under water many times and only once, after a long wade across deep, fast water, was there the slightest bit of moisture in the outer-most roll when I opened the case later. However, it might be a map case not bad.