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Maximize space with this stuff sack.

Squeeze every possible inch of space out of your pack with the help of the Sea To Summit Compression Sack. This cinching stuff sack features four nylon compression straps to help you evenly pack down your sleeping bag or clothes, and the flip-top lid prevents strap tangling.

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5 5

Great product

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A little smaller than I expected. Got a medium, needed a large for a sleeping bag. But great for packing down clothes

5 5

nice squeeze

These things are great. Strong and tough and do what they say. Very high quality for the price. No complaints

3 5

There are lighter options

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

but it works exactly as advertised.

5 5

These are awesome

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My sleeping bag didn't fit in my pack, and now it does. Durable and easy to use. Perfect. Bought another one for my kid's bag.

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Can you tell me which size I would...

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Hi,

Can you tell me which size I would need for the following:

Marmot CWM Membrane -40 sleeping bag

2 X foam sleeping pads

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Sea To Summit Compression Sack

  • Gender: Female

L/20L is the perfect fit for a Montbell Super Spiral 0 Degree Synthetic Bag (stuff size on this bag is 9 x 18.2 in). Compresses to at least half of the height with this synthetic bag, down would compress even more.

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I have a Marmot Limelight 3P tent with...

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I have a Marmot Limelight 3P tent with footprint and fly. What size compression bag would I need to handle these items without the poles and stakes?

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How short will the XS and S size sacks...

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How short will the XS and S size sacks compress down to with the straps at the minimum size?

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I am looking at the sea to summit compression...

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I am looking at the sea to summit compression bag....the black with the red endcap. I have a big Agnes 650 down fill sleeping bag. Can you recommend a size for me to be able to stuff my bag into the compression sack?

What size would I need for my 'The North...

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What size would I need for my 'The North Face Allegheny Bx Sleeping Bag: 40 Degree Heatshield'?

Can you tell me the height and diameter...

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Can you tell me the height and diameter of the different sized stuff sacks?

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[XS ] 5.5 x 14 in; [S ] 7 x 16 in; [M ] 8 x 18 in; [L ] 9 x 20 in; [XL ] 10.5 x 23 in

Write your question here...What size sack...

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Write your question here...What size sack would I need for a north face bighorn sleeping bag.

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extra small should cover it. and you will probably have some room leftover.

What size compression sack would I need...

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What size compression sack would I need for a Coleman montanna 8 person tent (not including tent poles and stakes?

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Just get the dimensions for your tent and match it up to the compression sack dimensions on the right-hand side of the page.

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Coleman doesn't even offer stuffed dimensions on their site, but it looks like you're probably going to need a couple xl comp sacks to pull it off. The Montana 8 is like a portable condo.

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Stuff it.

Got the XS and have been stuffing my MH Sprite solo in it. fits rather well and sure makes that bad boy small. the construction quality on this like all S2S stuff rocks.

what size compression sack to use with big...

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what size compression sack to use with big agnus sleeping insulated pad

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I'd probably say the medium size.

How do you judge the size you need; read...

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How do you judge the size you need; read the answer above, but little unclear -

What size for 2011 blue ribbon TNF Cats Meow (regular)(which is bigger than the Atoll Blue) - stuff sak provided was flimsy from the start and has now ripped at strees point.

Also need a suggestion on size for clothing stuff sack - after stuffed to the max in a regular stuff sack, they are 7 x 16.

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I'm from the camp that believes that the best size to get is the one that gives you the original volume you started out with. It makes it easier to stuff, and then the compression is a matter of using the straps to make the package smaller and doing the work for you.

So, for your clothing @ 7x16" use at least a small. Although with clothing, I like to put mine into an oversized waterproof ultrasil stuff sack and load them flat so they take up less pack volume. For the Cat's Meow with an original stuff size that's about 7x21", you could either just get by with a medium, or, because it's a synthetic fill, and because it's what we use for our CMs, I would recommend that you use a large and just honk the straps a little more. To see what you'll potentially get when fully compressed (in a perfect world), be sure to look at the differentials between the compressed vs uncompressed volumes in the specs above.

what size would be good for: 2 0 degree...

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what size would be good for: 2 0 degree synthetic bag one long and one regular, each to go in their own compression sacks. also have a north face rock 32 tent with footprint what size for that one?

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I recommend a medium for the regular, a large for the long. This is playing it safe since I'm unsure of the exact sleeping bags you have. Different synthetics will compress to different volumes. I used the 20deg North Face Cat's Meow for comparison.

As for the tent, I wouldn't recommend a compression sack like this. Your tent won't fold in a fashion that will be more compact using this style of sack. If you still have the original sack the tent came with, it is best to just use 2 compression straps in addition.

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its for the kelty minstral bags (synthetic)

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Just do large sacks for both bags- no fight to stuff them, still have enough in the straps to cranks them down as far as they'll go. With the tent,use a small sack.

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How did the medium work for your mistral bag? I just got one, and really need it to pack smaller. The original stuff sack is huge and takes up my whole pack.

hi i need two - three compression sacks...

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hi i need two - three compression sacks for my stuff - 1. first the medium sized Primaloft jacket - what size of compression sack would be good for it? (the jacket is not so packable when 'compressed' into a normal plastic bag.. 2 second for socks, underwear etc, 3 for tshirts and thermo underwears.. what sizes do You recommend?

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Should be smalls for everything. Depending on what type of jacket, maybe even an XS just for that alone. A good way to figure out what size you need in a comp sack is to figure out how bulky the items you plan to put in it are going to be. Base your original volume on that. After all, x amount of gear is x amount of uncompressed space- compression is your bonus.

What size compression sack would you suggest...

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What size compression sack would you suggest for a Big Agnes Encampment sleeping bag. I want to get it as small as reasonably possible

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If you have a regular-large Encampment, your normal stuff size is 9x20" and your max compressed size is about 10x10". If you want to fight with it every time your stuff it, try the medium. If you want it to be easy, but still get it as compressed as you're going to get it, use the large sack. I would get the large and let the straps do most of the work. Hope that helps.

I am going to pick one of these up but...

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I am going to pick one of these up but would like some help on deciding which size I need. I have narrowed my two sleeping bag choices down to the Kelty lightyear and the Marmot never winter. Which size would best fit one of these bags?

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You can pull off a small, but a medium will make stuffing it easier and still let you compress the bag as much as it will.

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