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Dana Design Kompressor Sack

rated 4.00 of 5 stars

Dana Design is no longer in business, and the Kompressor Sack has been discontinued. If you're looking for something new, check out the best daypacks for 2021.


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Price Reviewers Paid: $15.00
Price Historic Range: $39.95
Reviewers Paid: $39.00


2 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   2
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

What a great sack/pack DANA designed. Normally I use this pack go hiking, very light, and waterproof and the volume also fit for one day trip.

I used this pack for my second pack to Tibet for one month. When go around the town I use this pack, just packed my wallet, water, camera (Canon 40D), some snacks, notebook and rain jacket...still have space to pack more...

When traveling to other city I will unpack it to my big backpack but it's very small size...

Number of Pockets: 2
Price Paid: $15

Yesterday I used this sack for the first time and while I was afraid that without the hip belt, it would not give me support especially on a trail maintenance hike where I would be moving in all directions. I was happy that my shoulder and back didn't hurt and it was very comfortable to wear. This extremely lightweight pack is great for carrying your simple basic things: hydration pack, lunch and lightweight miscellaneous items. I have not used it as a compression stuff sack for other things but it does pack into own top pocket when not in use which is great for saving space and weight when stored in a backpack. This is a good pack for carrying lightweight items for a simple day hike.

Design: compression sack
Size: 16 liters/1000 cubic inch
Number of Pockets: 1 small zipper pocket
Max. Load Carried: 2 liters of water, lunch, jacket, 10 essentials
Height of Owner: 5' 7"
Price Paid: $39

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