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Great for dirty dishes and clothes.

The last thing you want to do is mix your dirty pants in with your clean clothes, hence the importance of the Sea to Summit Mesh Stuff Sack for camping trips. Not only does this bag separate your dirties from everything that's clean, but it also uses mesh to help even your dirty stuff breathe a bit.

  • Durable, open weave mesh
  • Drawcord closure

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5 5

XXL fits...

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I won't be putting these through as much abuse as many reading here as these were purchased for holding the kiddos life vests, floaties and lake/pool toys. In the pictures you can see them full, and then what all was stuffed into them.

Looking over the quality of stitching and materials these should last me until the kids have grand kids.

(There were supposed to be two thumbs up by my daughter in red, but she said that was too hard???)

XXL fits...
Responded on

Hey Joel Z. Thanks for the review and pics, welcome to the Backcountry Community!

What are the dimensions of these bags? I want a mesh bag to store my mask and snorkel (no fins) - what size should I order? The snorkel is about 16" long. Thanks!

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The L is 16" long, the XL is 18", and the XXL is 23". Hope that helps!

5 5

Lake Ditty

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Seriously, there is a size and use for every one of these sacks of meshness! This time around, I picked up an XS size (4 liter) for a specific task. Durability wise, I've probably used it at least 39 times thus far, and it keeps workin' like the day it arrived.

So, uhm, what is this task that I use it for?! Oh, you know, to carry my cans of semi-hydration with me while I'm out SUP'n on the lake. Basically, I was searching for something that could carry things, yet have maximum drainage at the same time; cue this sack made of mesh.

Find one that suits your needs, and you'll be glad you did!

5 5

Multiple uses

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use the XXL to stash one of my sleeping bags when I'm at home and not using the sleeping bag, rather than to be compacted while not in a backpack. I use the smaller ones for clothes.