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Scuba backpacks are easily the most efficient way to carry around your gear, never sacrificing gear space for convenience. RollerBags are fantastic, versatile bags, tough and mobile enough for even the harshest conditions. Scuba Duffel Bags are the most popular bags out there, both for their reasonable cost and for their expansive storage capabilities. Regulator & Specialty bags are extremely useful to any diver, providing a transportation solution for any piece of equipment. See more  

Scuba Diving Bags

Every diver who has ever taken a mask and snorkel as far as the front door knows what a necessity a gear bag can be. The diver's gear bag is the best way to keep your equipment together, organized, and ready for action. Whatever your equipment, whatever your travel needs, there's a bag perfect for you right here. Backpacks, RollerBags, and Duffels are the most common types used for general application. Regulator and Specialty bags (like camera, fin, and mask bags) are also extremely helpful to any diver, whether you're traveling half-way across the world or just down the street.

Scuba Backpacks
Scuba Backpacks
Scuba backpacks are easily one of the most efficient ways to carry your gear. Not only can they fit all of your equipment, they're comfortable, convenient, and easy to carry. Nothing provides hands-free maneuvering around a crowded boat deck better than a scuba backpack. When traveling with a lot of gear, a large scuba backpack (5500 cubic inches or larger) is ideal. They are large enough to carry two sets of warm water gear OR a single set of gear plus all of the other clothes you might need for a trip. They're rugged and durable enough to be checked in as luggage, too, pulling double duty for a low price. For a more frigid destination, large scuba backpacks are also great for a set of cold water gear, such as a full drysuit or a thick wetsuit.

For a lighter journey, a medium-sized scuba backpack (3000 to 6000 cubic inches) is fantastic for a single set of diving equipment, warm or cold. More compact and streamlined, a medium-sized scuba backpack can hold a surprising amount of gear and still stay sleek. A mesh scuba backpack is perfect for taking your gear to and from the dive site itself, with the added benefit of being able to rinse and even dry your gear without taking it out of the bag. Available at different sizes, each is well suited for a specific purpose. The mesh bags over 2500 cubic inches are a great option for carrying scuba gear, while the mesh bags under 2500 inches fit snorkeling equipment perfectly.

When you don't have to worry about getting your gear wet, a smaller backpack or day pack is excellent for any accessories and clothing you may need on your trip.
Scuba Roller Bags
Scuba Roller Bags
Scuba Roller Bags are simply the most comfortable bag for traveling, whether down to the local site or when jetting off to an exotic destination. Built to carry heavy loads through tough conditions, scuba roller bags are as reliable as they are versatile. When the road ahead is smooth, the bag can be pulled along easily with one hand while you allow the wheels to do all the work. When the going gets tough, many scuba roller bags have handles so they can be lugged over medium terrain like a duffel bag. Some scuba roller bags even come complete with hidden stowable shoulder straps that allow you to transform your roller bag into a backpack, saving you from losing your gear en route to even the most hard-to-reach dive site.
Scuba Duffels
Scuba Duffel Bags
Scuba Duffels are the most popular bags out there, both for their reasonable cost and for their expansive storage capabilities. They're easy to carry with wide, comfortable straps, and can fit anywhere you need them to thanks to their non-rigid shape. Available in a plethora of sizes and materials, there's a scuba duffel bag out there that fits anyone's needs. Mesh duffel bags are ideal for transporting gear to the dive site, with the added bonus of allowing you to rinse your gear right through the bag. The wet/dry duffel gives the diver the advantage of two bags in one, keeping your wet and dry goods sequestered from each other without any interaction that could ruin a perfect trip. There are also scuba duffels that come fitted with wheels, too, combining the convenience of a roller bag with the durability and versatility of a standard scuba duffel bag.
Regulator and Specialty Bags
Regulator and Specialty Bags
Regulator bags are designed to keep your regulator safe and sound during travel, or even during storage, proving themselves to be a must-have for any diver. Laced with shock-resistant padding, regulator bags can also be used to protect dive computers, gauges, octos, or even a second regulator while on the road. When carrying camera equipment, camera bags keep your expensive and sensitive gear organized, safe, and easily accessible so you never miss a shot. Some bags even have wet and dry spaces for maximum convenience and protection. There are specialty bags for every conceivable piece of gear, including bags for mobile phones, radios, masks, snorkels, weights, fins, wallets and even spearguns. See less  

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Top Rated Bags

Top 5 BackPacks

Akona Roller Backpack Bag  
Starting at $249.95

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Scuba 2.4lbs Divers Duffel Bag  
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XS Scuba Wheeled Mesh Duffel Bag  
Starting at $99.95
Scubamax Large Deluxe Duffel Bag  
Starting at $49.95
TUSA Roller Mesh Bag  
Starting at $109.99
Stahlsac Mesh Duffel Bag - Large  
Starting at $36.95

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Top 5 RollerBags

Akona Roller Backpack Bag  
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XS Scuba Wheeled Mesh Duffel Bag  
Starting at $99.95

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Top 5 Regulator & Specialty Bags

Akona Deluxe Regulator Bag  
Starting at $39.95

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Dive Bag Instructional Videos

Akona Roller Backpack Bag Video Review Akona Roller Backpack Bag Video Review
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Akona Roller Backpack Bag. The Akona Bag is large enough for 2 sets of dive gear and save your back b...
Scuba Mask Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag Video Review Scuba Mask Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag Video Review
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Scuba Scuba Mask, Fin & Snorkeling Backpack Bag. The Mask, Fin & Snorkel Backpack Bag is designed t...

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XS Scuba Roller Backpack Bag Review XS Scuba Roller Backpack Bag Review   Roller
Great Bag! - I ordered this for my wifes B-day present, and didnt know I would be helping myself out as well. This bag is large enough for both our gear (warm-water) th...View Full Review
Scuba Mask, Fin & Snorkel Backpack Bag Review Scuba Mask, Fin & Snorkel Backpack Bag Review   Mask,
Traveling snorkel gear bag - Like the fin bag. The bag was put in large suitcase and only fit corner to corner standing on its side, which makes it hard to pack around. The front mas...View Full Review

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