Skip to product information
1 of 6

Sockdolager Equipment

Packraft Seat Bag - Custom Builder

Packraft Seat Bag - Custom Builder

Regular price $92.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $92.00 USD
Sale Sold out

7-liter modular hip pack that integrates into the back band of your packraft.  Current stock build is all black with black zipper. 


Constructed with Challenge Sailcloth Ecopak EPX200 for an optimum blend of weight and durability.

#5 YKK Vislon Zipper. The Vislon molded tooth zipper outperforms typical coil zippers in wet and muddy environments.

Modular configurations. Can be worn as a hip pack or sling with the included removable 1" webbing strap, or can be worn from shoulder straps as a waist pack on a fully loaded expedition pack.

By girth hitching the included snap hook around the back band "D" ring, the pack can be quickly attached and detached from the shock cord, making it easy to access even on a decked boat.

Update 11/22: The small buckle in the middle of the bag that is shown in the video clipping over the backband D ring is now a solid loop of webbing for better compatibility with the updated back bands from Alpacka. 


Volume: 7 liters
Weight: 3.8oz in EPX200 fabric, optional included hip belt is an additional 1.2 oz
Dimensions: 4.5 inches from the back band to the tube of the boat.  7 inches tall, 14 inches wide.


The seat bag is designed to connect to your Alpacka back band at three points. The primary connection is the small webbing loop on the top center of the bag. The stabilizing strap from your backband passes through this loop with a buckle. If your boat was manufactured before 2023, and uses shock-cord to stabilize the back band, you will need to use the included snap hook and girth hitch it to the D ring, which then allows a quick release attachment to the shock-cord.

The other two connection points are slik clips which connect to the 1” webbing on the sides of the back band. All 3 connections should be used while the seat bag is installed in the boat.

The optional included webbing strap should be stowed safely away while the bag is attached to the boat. It connects to the side slik clips for hiking away from the boat.

View full details