- Ultra Lightweight
- Low Profile Hardwear
- Four Compression Straps
- Drawcord with Cordlock
- Built-in Stuff Sack
Fabric : 100% nylon, 30D siliconized nylon ripstop // 100% nylon, 70D TPU
Dimensions 5L: 151/2" x 51/4" / 39 cm x 13 cm 8L: 175/8" x 6" / 45 cm x 15 cm 10L: 181/2" x 7" / 47 cm x 18 cm 15L: 211/2" x 8" / 55 cm x 20 cm 20L: 223/4" x 81/2" / 60 cm x 22 cm 35L: 251/2" x 11" / 65 cm x 28 cm
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
Style Numbers 5L: #37484 8L: #37485 10L: #37486 15L: #37487 20L: #37488 35L: #37489
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.9oz / 84g
- Ultralight Compression Sacks™ (Review by By Nick)
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)