Align the top two edges and make sure there are no creases while rolling down very tightly at least four times.
Fold Flat, Neat, and Tight!
Secure by turning the buckles towards you and clicking them together.
Top 3 Tips Others Won't Tell You
1. When opening dry bag after it’s been exposed to rain or water make sure to lay your dry bag horizontally when opening it to avoid any droplets or debris from falling in that might be around the top of bags’ opening.
2. We highly recommend putting electronics and photographic equipment into a hard case with O-ring seals as it protects against impact damage and long-term submersion. If that's not an option at least put valuables into zip-seal bags.
3. Put a towel or t-shirt at the top of your gear inside the dry bag to capture any unwanted droplets that might occur due to condensation or form around the top of the roll-top closure.