I can only come up with the bags I use for sure water proofness is that a word
hope this helps you out.
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A half litre plastic bottle. Sounds boring? Until....
...its raining cats and dogs, or you see 1000 mosqutio's waiting for you outside your tent and you really need to pee.....
Luxury at its best....
It's good enough I would say, but the SMP is most likely your best bet from everything I have read about it, and that's
definitely what I am going with the next time I do a transcontinental bike tour across the USA. I would still bring a good puncture / patch kit though.
I haven't used that one. How much does it cost? Continental is a good tire.
The MSR Mutha Hubba might be a good choice, especially if you get pro-deal pricing. Plenty roomy for two people + gear (it's a 3p tent).