Created to keep odors out of any environment and where they belong: inside the bag.

Ride the elevator with Jason Rem, founder of Smelly Proof.

Nothing ruins a family camping trip faster than a bear sticking its nose where it shouldn't. Smelly Proof Heavy Duty line of storage bags have been bear-tested, and you can use our wide range of storage bags to safely keep your food from becoming a late night snack for wandering animals at your campsite. 

Smelly Proof Bags

There's no chance a bear will get to this meat. 

Smelly Proof bags are much thicker than traditional food storage bags, so the consumer doesn’t have to worry about accidentally ripping the bag open or having it disintegrate over time. You can clean them out without smelling the last item that was stored in the bag. Plus, you’ll be able to open and reseal your Smelly Proof bags over and over.

Because of this, Smelly Proof bags are completely reusable. They are also a great option for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts who often have to store items in areas with lots of sharp twigs and rocks. These bags cannot be easily penetrated, so hikers don’t have to worry about attracting bears or other wildlife.

They are great for organizing camping supplies and keeping everything nice and tidy during your trip. Because shouldn’t being out in the great outdoors be peaceful and stress-free?

Smelly Proof Bags

Smelly Proof bags keep everything neat and organized.

Smelly Proof offers a flexible, reusable, durable product that is FDA approved and Made in the U.S.A.

With multiple uses for a better outdoor experience, you’ll be glad you had these bags on hand!

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