Compression Sack Details
- Lightweight yet durable ripstop nylon construction
- Toggle cinch cord
- Compression lid top
- Durable nylon webbing straps with heavy duty aluminum tri-glide hardware
- Dimension (Top Diam. x Body Height x Bottom Diam.):
- SM: 7in. x 16in x 7in.
- MD: 9in x 18in x 9in.
- LG: 12in x 23in x 12in.
- Weights (SM, MD, LG): 3 oz, 4 oz, 5 oz
How It's Built
- Material: Other
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
Bought this stuff sack for my Seekoutside 16 man tent. Light weight and a perfect fit!
Great bag! Fits all my socks and all base layers with ease!
I use a Big Agnes Anvil Horn 15F wide/long sleeping bag and this compression sack can easily store that, plus a good sized pillow. It packs down to about the size and shape of a volleyball if it’s cinched all the way down, otherwise it remains more cylindrical if there’s a little slack left in the straps.
I’ve also packed and unpacked it several times, and I assumed the aluminum teeth would damage the straps or that the straps would start pulling away from the sack, but there isn’t any sign of wear on this yet.
I’d highly recommend for packing your sleeping bag and pillow.
Well made and size fit a full size sleeping bag well.
I have multiple compression sacks now and they are a great help with loading up my gear and hauling them up to hunting camp. Each one has its own purpose. Large for my sleeping bag and pillow, medium for base layers and socks, and large for my heavy outer layers. Helps me organize and keep them safe during transport and or bring extras into the field.
The compression sacks work great to compact all of my FL gear to fit In to the FL dirt bags. Highly recommend both.
So far my medium compression bag works perfect to fit my entire whitetail kit from base layer to jacket and bib. It packs it down super tight and small so I can optimize the room in my duffle for all my other gear as well. Would recommend to anyone that travels frequently.
Added this to the cart to hit the $200 free shipping mark. Went to put my sleeping bag in and immediately stitching started to rip as I began tightening. Hadn’t really even tightened very much, certainly not as much as I normally do in the WalMart and Cabela’s bags I have. Save your money, or stick to buying their clothes.