Compression Sacks


Granite Gear
Outdoor Research
Gobi Gear
Sea to Summit
Mile High Mountaineering
Big Agnes
ALPS Mountaineering


less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 and above

Recent Compression Sack Reviews

Outdoor Research Ultralight Compression Sack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Finally replaced my heavier Granite Gear and Alps compression sacks with this OR Ultralight and couldn't be happier! I bought one of these for my daughter last year and really liked how much lighter it is than my older GG and Alps compression bags. When one of the online stores had it on clearance this past winter, I grabbed one for myself and I'm really glad I did. My 10-degree down bag is already heavy and this stuff sack adds barely any extra weight. Plus, the material is very slippery and makes… Full review

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars The small version of this sack allows my daughter to carry both her sleeping bag and pillow in the bottom zipper compartment of her TNF Terra 45 pack. Durable, slippery material squeezes right in. Basically, the pictures tell the story: Here's the Kelty Cosmic Down 20 degree bag in its storage sack. Here it is in the Sea-to-Summit uncompressed (compared to a Nalgene bottle). And in its final compressed state. One of my twins is fairly slight in stature (98 lbs) so her pack is The North Face Terra… Full review

Granite Gear Air Compressor

rated 4 of 5 stars It works well, does what it's suppose to! I bought the small compression sack to store my clothes during a Philmont trip. Great size, very light weight, looks to be waterproof but I have not tested it. I was pleased with the size it compressed to. I would much rather have straps for compression instead of strings. The ends on the strings won't stay on, so I just tied a knot on the end. I have used it several times and it shows no wear. Full review

ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone Stuff Sacks

rated 5 of 5 stars Great product for certain situations. I use one of these to hold my tent with sleeping pad wrapped around it. Makes a secure protected package. Also use one on sleeping bags when backpacking with an external frame. The longer shape is great for strapping to the outside of the pack. Full review

Gobi Gear Hoboroll

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Extremely easy for quick, organized packing on the go. The simple compartmentalization and access from both ends makes this unique and very helpful! I've loved my Hoboroll since the day I received it. I've used it every time I've gone on a trip, whether for a week or overnight. It's cut my packing time down considerably because the compartments take the guess work out of what's going where in a larger travel bag or backpack. I also keep one in the car for emergency change of clothes should I… Full review

Gobi Gear Hoboroll

rated 5 of 5 stars Love my Hoboroll! It's become my most important companion for snowboarding in the winter (holds my thermals, goggles, gloves, extra socks, wool cap, and shirts), and boating/beaching in the summer! Perfect carryall for weekend getaways, camping, or just traveling light. Easy to use and fits anywhere! Buy one now! I had known about the Hoboroll for some time while it was still in development and I jumped at the opportunity to get one for myself when Chez (Gobi Gear owner/creator) offered me a chance… Full review

Gobi Gear Hoboroll

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Product facilitates the stowage of similar items into different sleeves, thus providing easy and faster access to desired items. The compression of the roll reduces bulk and allows more content to be placed in the larger luggage container. While I was at first uncertain as to how I would use the product as I am not a back packer or "hobo," I found on several recent trips that it was extremely helpful in allowing me to pack similar items together in the different sleeves and to be able to compress… Full review

Gobi Gear Hoboroll

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Invaluable for organization and volume reduction while traveling. Well-made and easy-to-clean. Very useful product! My husband and I use them every time we travel for organizing things (our things and/or baby things) in the suitcase.  No need to completely unpack the suitcase to find something since you can separate the small things so easily.   Quickly compresses its contents. Seems optimal also for camping, but we just haven't done it yet. It would also work great as a diaper bag!  Still like… Full review

Outdoor Research Ultralight Compression Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, water resistant, and effective. If you're a backpacker, you'll be familiar with the difficulty of cramming everything you might need for a few days into your pack. If you're looking to use less space, the solution is a compression sack. The sack simply squashes all the air out of anything you pack inside it so it takes up less room. The typical design includes a lightweight bag, with end caps that are connected by straps that can be cinched down. By going round and round tightening a bit… Full review