Current Retail: $24.95-$40.95
Historic Range: $7.41-$40.95
|Weight||3.8 oz / 108 g||4.8 oz / 136 g||5.1 oz / 144 g||6.1 oz / 173 g||6.9 oz / 196 g||8.5 oz / 241 g||9.5 oz / 269 g||-|
|Dimensions||6.5 in x 15 in / 17 cm x 38 cm||7.5 in x 17 in / 19 cm x 43 cm||8.5 in x 19 in / 22 cm x 48 cm||10 in x 20.5 in / 25 cm x 52 cm||11 in x 22 in / 28 cm x 56 cm||13 in x 24 in / 33 cm x 61 cm||14 in x 26 in / 36 cm x 66 cm|
|Capacity||475 cu in / 7.8 L||675 cu in / 11 L||975 cu in / 16 L||1400 cu in / 23 L||1900 cu in / 30 L||2700 cu in / 45 L||3500 cu in / 57 L||-|
|Price||$24.95 USD||$26.95 USD||$29.95 USD||$32.95 USD||$34.95 USD||$37.95 USD||$39.95 USD||-|
lightweight, durable, effective. couldn't ask for anything more in a compression stuff sack.
I have used one for several years for sleeping bags and loose clothing on trips. the top and bottom are fairly robust nylon, the body of the bag is a crinkly lightweight ripstop.
this has been squashed into backpacks a lot, yanked tight, and it is as good as new — not a hint of stitching failure anywhere, no abrasions on the nylon bag.
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The best there is, if you want organize and make room in your backpack. They are indeed rock solid and well stitched with sturdy buckles and straps and rip-stop fabric. They are even getting better; newer ones are waterproof.
Price Paid: $7 to 22
As the commercial says "don't leave home without them."
These are the absolute best compression sacks on the market. I use them for my sleeping bags and my clothing. They make packing my pack so much easier.
Own several of the sizes. I can color code my contents.
I use these to organize and compress my sleeping bag and my clothes. They're much easier to use than a stuff sack, and they really reduce volume (by about half for my clothes and even more for my down sleeping bag).
Tighten up your load with these!