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Recent Stuff Sack Reviews

Big Agnes Pumphouse

rated 3 of 5 stars The BA Pumphouse is too low-volume to be a good inflation device, and that property is the main feature that differentiates it from any other lightweight, waterproof, roll-top stuff sack. It does, however, have an unintended use -- it makes a good solar water heater. Although it is listed as just a stuff sack in the headline here on TS, it is really intended for use as a mattress inflater, with the suggested stuff sack and pillow as secondary uses. The bottom of sack has a little nozzle on it that… Full review

Outdoor Research Mesh Ditty Sacks

rated 5 of 5 stars Super light and sturdy ditty sacks, do the job! In stark contrast to the way I live at home and work, I am an organization freak when it comes to backpacking. I like everything tidy and easy to find. These mesh sacks come in a set of three different sizes. The largest I use for my kitchen setup (stove, fuel, pot, mug, spoon, lighter); the mid-size houses my water purification setup; and the smallest my catch all for small stuff (compass, knife, headlamp, backup lighter, etc). I like the mesh so… Full review

Gregory Bear Bag

rated 3 of 5 stars Good bag, can be improved. I bought this in 1998 I believe. The concept is simple and good — a big, tough bag sold with haul loops attached and 25' or so of paracord with a rock pouch attached to hoist your food bag up into the trees away from those pesky bruins. I used it as is for a few trips, but then swapped the dark green paracord out for a length of the thin reflective no-trip line so that I could see it in the dark or dusk easy with my headlamp. Eventually I stopped using this bag at all… Full review

Outdoor Research Ultralight Ditty Sacks

rated 5 of 5 stars These three little bags have been my hiking companions for as long as I've been a backpacker and not only look as good as the day I bought them, but function as well, too. Lighter, and a LOT more water-resistant than mesh stuff sacks, these little bags are terrific little organizers. Soft to the touch and whisper-quiet, they sit well in a pack and make it very easy to pack other items around them. For as banal of gear as stuff sacks are, I have no shame admitting these ditty bags are EASILY some… Full review

Granite Gear Pack Stuffer

rated 5 of 5 stars This makes life in my Vapor Trail great! I imagine the shape would fit most GG packs and a ton of others. It stores food, clothes, tent and misc. gear equally well. Lightweight and durable, I got the small halfway through my thru-hike and wished I had started with it. I got the small Pack Stuffer halfway through my 2012 PCT thru-hike and immediately wished I had carried it from the beginning. I use a Granite Gear Vapor Trail, which I also love and, like advertized, the Pack Stuffer fits perfectly… Full review

Innate Mentor Trail Sacs

rated 5 of 5 stars With more than 2,400 miles of backpacking experience under my belt and being a thru-hiker of the Appalachian Trail, I give my full endorsement to Innate's Mentor Storage Sacs. These are the only compression sacs I use and work perfectly for storing food, clothing, and non-bulky sleeping bags. The air release valve is ideal for optimizing space inside your pack and preventing moisture buildup. Highly recommended. The one drawback with this product is that it can be hard to find in most brick and… Full review

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Stuff Sack

rated 5 of 5 stars I own several different sizes of these stuff sacks and each of them is excellent. They help so much with organization. I have small ones for miscellaneous objects like soap, sponges, lighter, matches, compass. I have larger ones that I fit all of my cooking stuff into. I have ones I put clothes into. I use them on every trip I go on even if it's a day hike. It's so nice to need your lighter and know that it's in the gray sack or whatever color you choose. These bags are super light and surprisingly… Full review

Top-Rated Stuff Sacks

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Mesh Ditty Sacks
$25 - $26
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Stuff Sack
$10 - $18
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Ultralight Ditty Sacks
$25 - $29
user rating: 3 of 5 (1)
Big Agnes Pumphouse Stuff Sack / Sleeping Pad Accessory
Outdoor Research Lightweight Stuff Sacks
$13 - $18
Granite Gear DrySack
$14 - $25
Sea to Summit Mini Stuff Sack
REI Pillow Stuff Sacks
Mile High Mountaineering Snack Stacker
Equinox Bilby Mesh Stuff Bag
The North Face Base Camp Travel Canister
$34 - $39
Metolius Big Wall Stuff Sack
$16 - $19
Kahtoola MICROspikes Tote Sack
REI Mesh Stuff Sack
Granite Gear Zipp Sack
Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Padded Soft Cell
$21 - $34
Fjallraven Packbags
Outdoor Research Durable Stuff Sacks
Sea to Summit Neoprene Pouches
REI Lightweight Stuff Sack
$10 - $14
Granite Gear eVent Sil Ultra-Duty Packliners
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Cuben Fiber Stuff Sack
Equinox Bilby Nylon Stuff Bags
$6 - $11
REI Ditty Bags
Granite Gear Dreamsack
REI Stuff Sack
Outdoor Research Stuff Sack
$6 - $12
ULA Equipment Stuff Sack
$11 - $14
Sea to Summit Stuff Sack
$8 - $17
Granite Gear Air Zippsack
Granite Gear Air Pair
Granite Gear Air Cell Block
REI Lightweight Compression Stuff Sack
Sea to Summit Mesh Sack
$8 - $14
Outdoor Research Ultralight Z Compression Sack
$38 - $39
Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Compression Cube Set
Sea to Summit Seam Sealed Stuff Sacks
Outdoor Research Ultralight Stuff Sacks
NRS Mesh Bag
Granite Gear Air Bag
$9 - $26
Eagle Creek Pack-It Sac
Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Pack Liners
$25 - $44
Granite Gear Air Zippditty
$15 - $29
Granite Gear Air Zipp Twist
$24 - $29
Granite Gear Toughsack
$8 - $19
Outdoor Research Zip Sack
$15 - $18
Coghlan's Nylon/Mesh Organizer Bags
Exped Vista Organizer
Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Compression Dry Sack
$28 - $47
Equinox Bilby Ultralite Stuff Bag
$10 - $13
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