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Outdoor Research AirPurge Dry Compression Sack

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The AirPurge Dry Compression Sack was previously known as the Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp AirX Sacks.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Outdoor Research Airpurge Dry Compression SackThe Outdoor Research Airpurge Dry Compression Sack is an ideal carry sack to have for all you outdoors expeditions. It features a thermoplastic, urethane-coated, 100% nylon exterior that is extremely waterproof and lightweight. Fully taped seams and its roll-top closure make sure this sack is waterproof and keep your contents dry. An air permeable band purges excess air from the sack to give it exceptional compression for a lightweight sack. There is an external daisy chain attachment that can help you attach this sack to a backpack, canoe, or kayak. It comes in many lightweight sizes and is ideal to take on trips, vacations, and your weekend adventures. The Outdoor Research Airpurge Dry Compression Sack serves you well on your outdoor adventures.

- SunnySports

Air valves make a compression sack bulky and hard to handle, so the geniuses at Outdoor Research came up with a better way. Instead of valves, the AirPurge Dry Compression Sack uses a section of air-permeable fabric that allows air to evacuate from the inside out without letting water from the outside in. All you have to do is fill this compression sack with gear, close it, and cinch it down until all the air escapes from inside. Your gear takes on a nice, compact form and it's protected from rain at camp or a torrential downpour on the trail.

- Backcountry.com