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Therm-a-Rest Stuff Sack Pillow

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This is a nice, lightweight, and reasonably priced stuff sack/pillow that held up to some wet days and nights pretty well. I like that it is compact and lightweight and dual purpose.


  • dual purpose
  • good price
  • good construction

I was looking for a cheap stuff sack and I have liked Therm-a-Rest products before so I got this one. It works well and is super lightweight, which is nice. I took it on a trip where we had a lot of wet weather and it stayed dry pretty well. I like that it's a good price too.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $18

This is what I really like for a pillow.


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I did to try to use a Thermarest pillow. What a joke. This is the thing for having a pillow. Fill it with your jacket or clothes.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: don't remember

One of the best products I've purchased. I use it every time I'm camping, no weight, no extra space needed if used as your bag sack and virtually none needed even if you don't. I stuff a fleece in it and have a great pillow! Durable thus far (several uses). Should be a must have for everyone.

Price Paid: $19.95

A necessity! I stuff my fleece pullover in it and it sleeps like a charm. Practically zero weight and space.

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Price MSRP: $19.95
Current Retail: $18.95-$20.95
Historic Range: $5.50-$21.95
Reviewers Paid: $18.00-$19.95
Weight 2.7 oz / 0.08 kg
Width 7.5 in / 19 cm
Length 17 in / 43 cm
Fabric Ripstop Nylon/Brushed Polyester
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