Ultralight Compression Sack™

Style# 37484OR

This lightweight compression sack reduces sleeping bags and other stuffables to a pack-friendly size. The silnyl fabric resists moisture and slides into your pack with ease. A pocket in the end cap keeps track of small items or can be used for self storage.

Color:

 
Alloy
Lemongrass

Size:

 
$26.00
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Features

  • Ultra Lightweight
  • Drawcord with Cordlock
  • Four Compression Straps
  • Low Profile Hardware
  • Built-In Stuff Sack

Details

Fabric: 100% nylon, 30D siliconized ripstop main body // 100% nylon, 70D with TPU lamination compression ring

    DIMENSIONS / ROLLED
  • 5L: 15 1/2" x 5 1/4" / 39 cm x 13 cm
  • 8L: 17 5/8" x 6" / 45 cm x 15 cm
  • 10L: 18 1/2" x 7" / 47 cm x 18 cm
  • 15L: 21 1/2" x 8" / 55 cm x 20 cm
  • 20L: 22 3/4" x 8 1/2" / 60 cm x 22 cm
  • 35L: 25 1/2" x 11" / 65 cm x 28 cm
  • 5L: #37484
  • 8L: #37485
  • 10L: #37486
  • 15L: #37487
  • 20L: #37488
  • 35L: #37489
    VOLUME /
  • 5L: 305 cu. in.
  • 8L: 488 cu. in.
  • 10L: 610 cu. in.
  • 15L: 915 cu. in.
  • 20L: 1220 cu. in.
  • 35L: 2136 cu. in.
    AVG. WEIGHT /
  • 5L: 2.0 oz / 58 g
  • 8L: 2.3 oz / 66 g
  • 10L: 2.9 oz / 84 g
  • 15L: 3.4 oz / 98 g
  • 20L: 3.6 oz / 104 g
  • 35L: 5.0 oz / 142 g

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.9oz / 84g (10L)

Customer Reviews

15L ultralight compression sack (Review by Adriana)
Quality

Works great to stuff my older synthetic 15deg REI sleeping bag. Also works well for clothes when backpacking. Seems strong and durable. The pocket in the lid is nice - haven't used it to stuff the sack into itself, but have used to keep small items contained. Will definitely buy a few more in different sizes for traveling & backpacking.

(Posted on 9/29/15)

Ultralight Compression Sacks™ (Review by By Nick)
Quality

After looking for a compression sack that not only saved on weight, but offered the strength to bring a weekend kit of clothes down to size, I finally chose OR's Ultralight Compression Sack. I knew that my pack already had a rain cover, but didn't want to go the route of a dry compression sack due to weight issues. I had figured that the material that they used here, was also that of a previously purchased pack of Ultralight Ditty Sacks. I had tested them under the kitchen faucet to see how long they would repel water and I was surprised that after a minute of holding it under the water with a roll of toilet paper inside it was completely dry.If you are looking for a compression sack, that hides itself as being a dry sack under protected conditions, this is the one. I wouldn't use this as a true dry sack, but inside a pack, covered by a rain covered, this should offer more than sufficient water protection for my clothes and sleeping bag.

(Posted on 8/31/13)

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