Exped Shrink Bag Pro

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Specs

Size 2 Size 5 Size 15 Size 25 Size 50
Dimensions 40 x 20 cm 50 x 20 cm 65 x 35 cm 80 x 40 cm 100 x 50 cm
Capacity 2 L 5 L 15 L 25 L 50 L
Weight 75 g 105 g 150 g 195 g 270 g

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Exped Shrink Bag Pro is made of rugged fabric for stuffing in to tight spaces in kayaks, canoes and rafts. Use the Shrink Bag along with the Schnozzel to inflate your Exped mat that didn't come with an integrated pump.

- CampSaver.com

The Shrink Bag Pro 5 from Exped LLC is the ideal bag whether your outdoor activities are wet or dry. Constructed with durable 201D waterproof nylon and welded seams to keep your gear bone dry. To close the bag and seal out water and dirt, just roll down the top portion three or more times and then fasten the buckle. The bags can also be used as inflatable pillows at night for added convenience, and while they re meant to help protect gear from weather and elements, they are not intended for submersion under water. PRODUCT FEATURES: Quick and simple compression through FlatValve. Flat/slim design Ample attachment points Durable 210-D nylon fabric make these bags ideal waterproof compression bags for watersport activities. Not submersible

- Appalachian Outdoors

Whether you're floating on a river or hiking through wet weather, protect your gear from the elements with the Shrink Bag WB from Exped. Exped constructed these compression bags with durable 201D waterproof nylon and welded seams to keep your most precious gear bone dry. To close the bag and seal out water and dirt, just roll down the top portion three or more times and then fasten the buckle. Then adjust the air valve and squeeze out any extra air to improve packability and puncture resistance. The bags can also be used as inflatable pillows at night for added convenience, and while they're meant to help protect gear from weather and elements, they are not intended for submersion under water.

- Backcountry.com