Compression Sacks

Brands

Granite Gear
Sea to Summit
Outdoor Research
Gobi Gear
Kelty
Exped
Campmor
Equinox
Big Agnes
ALPS Mountaineering

Price

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

Recent Compression Sack Reviews

Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack

rated 4 of 5 stars A rare combination of dry sack and compression sack in one affordable package. The Sea to Summit eVent compression sack has held up in a variety of conditions without breaking a sweat. The eVent dry compression sack is a great combination of dry bag and compression sack products. This allows any outdoor enthusiast to cut back on the gear they are taking into the wild. This product is as straightforward as it gets and is easy to use. I got a large and it easily fits a 40-degree synthetic sleeping… Full review

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Sack

rated 3 of 5 stars Good for keeping one of my most important pieces of gear dry—my sleeping bag. It's ultra lightweight and fairly waterproof. Compresses nicely with strong tabs. I bought this lightweight compression sack in a size medium, which is perfect for my Marmot Never Summer 0 degree bag, which weighs in at 3 lb-4oz in a size long. I listed this information because when I bought the compression sack I was guessing at what size would be the right fit for my sleeping bag.  This bag compresses down nicely… Full review

Kelty Compression Stuff Sacks

rated 4 of 5 stars I use the large for my Alps Crescent Lake 20 sleeping bag. It's a good sack, as it's pretty durable. The straps put up to a lot of pulling and pushing. The sack doesn't keep its form super well, but careful stuffing helps to alleviate that. When not in use, the stuff sack can be packed into a small pocket on its lid and then clipped to your pack. Nice touch. Only downside is the sack is not waterproof, but it doesn't claim to be or anything. Full review

Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars Very sturdy and well made, straps didn't get all tangled, compressed nicely, and kept sleeping bags clean and dry. Used these compression dry sacks on a recent 11-day trip to BWCA. We couldn't be happier with our purchase. They kept our sleeping bags dry and clean, were easy to stuff due to the interior coating, compressed nicely, and the straps didn't get all tangled up. They show no sign of wear after much abuse. Full review

Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars Made very well. Compressed easily and well. I used a friend's last year and am very excited to have my own this year. I like the roll top better than the draw string and love the buckle it uses to stay firmly rolled. The compression straps work great.  Full review

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

Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars Perfect compression sack. It's been a while since I've been backpacking, and when assembling some gear to get back into it, I realized I'd need a compression sack for my sleeping bag. I'd used Granite Gear bags in high school, and was about to buy one of those when I noticed the awards and glowing reviews about this bag. It's all the Granite Gear sacks offer, but waterproof. And it looks great.   Its super easy to use, just stuff it, roll the plastic thing on the top a few times, clip the buckle,… Full review

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