The AirPurge Dry Compression Sack was previously known as the Outdoor Research Hydroseal DryComp AirX Sacks.
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Features of the Outdoor Research Airpurge Dry Compression Sack Durable Lightweight Fully Seam Taped Waterproof Roll-Top Closure with Lightweight TPU-Coated Webbing Air-Permeable Band Allows Evacuation of Air for More Complete Compression Four Compression Straps Durable Buckle Closure External Daisy Chain Webbing Handle on Bottom
Throw your stuff into Outdoor Researchs AirPurge Dry Compression Sack, cinch it down and away you go. The waterproof 100% TPU-laminated nylon main body seals out water to keep contents dry, while the air-permeable 100% nylon panel purges excess air from the sack during compression. Fully taped seams ensure waterproof integrity. Roll-top closure, buckled lid and compression straps securely close the bag. Webbing handle on bottom. Imported. Sizes: 5L Rolled 15L x 5.5W. Volume: 305 cu. in. Wt: 3.2 oz. 8L Rolled 18L x 6.5W. Volume: 488 cu. in. Wt: 3.6 oz. 10L Rolled 21.5L x 7W. Volume: 610 cu. in. Wt: 4.5 oz. 15L Rolled 24L x 8W. Volume: 915 cu. in. Wt: 5.1 oz. 20L Rolled 25L x 9W. Volume: 1,220 cu. in. Wt: 5.7 oz. 35L Rolled 29L x 10W. Volume: 2,136 cu. in. Wt: 6.6 oz. Colors: Pewter, Coyote. Size: 5L COYOTE. Color: Coyote. Type: Stuff Sacks.
Keep your sleeping bags and extra layers tightly compressed and protected from the elements with Outdoor Research's Airpurge Dry Compression Sack. Fully seam tapes with a roll top closer for complete waterproof protection with an air-permeable strip to allow maximum compression. Revamped to be 30% lighter without sacrificing durability.
- Mountain Gear
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.