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Granite Gear Air Zippditty Stuffsack - 2 Pack

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    • Assorted, .6L
      $14.95
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      $20.95
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    Sort, stack, and save space.

    Backpackers, business travelers, and recreational travelers will benefit from the Granite Gear Air Zippditty Stuffsack. This two-pack of water-resistant ultralight sacks helps sort clothing and essential items and features waterproof zippers as well as haul loops.
    • Item #GRG0094

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Sil-Nylon Cordura (30D)
    Volume
    36 cu in, 61 cu in, 104 cu in, 146 cu in
    Dimensions
    [ 36 cu in] 2.75 x 2.75 x 5.5 in, [ 61 cu in] 3.15 x 3.15 x 6.7 in, [ 104 cu in] 3.55 x 3.55 x 8.2 in, [ 146 cu in] 4 x 4 x 9.5 in
    Closure
    zipper
    Waterproof
    no, water-resistant
    Claimed Weight
    [36 cu in] 0.53 oz, [61 cu in] 0.6 oz, [104 cu in] 0.71 oz, [146 cu in] 0.78 oz
    Recommended Use
    organized packing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Clutter Candy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Definitely on the smaller side but perfect for a small toiletry kit or keeping your cords, extra batteries and such in one place. The shape slides easily into a crowded pack and the zipper across the top makes access easy. Also, I dig the candy-coated colors.

    Pretty tiny

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

    I got the 0.6 L thinking it would be a little bigger than they are. At that size you can put some energy gels and some instant coffee... that is about it. If you are trying to organize some bigger items, i would either look for a different stuff sack or get the largest size possible and just know that they are pretty tiny to begin with.

    Not as big as I thought

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I ordered the 2.4 liter and the 1.7 liter sizes. The larger size just seems too small for the size on the tag. I'll keep them because I needed them for a trip and now I've used them a few times, but I don't know that I would order the air zippity ones again. For my needs and the price, I think I'd be better off with something bigger even if it doesn't have all the bells and whistles.

    First aid DIY for Christmas

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

    I used these little bags to make first aid preparedness kits as Christmas gifts. Perfect size and dimensions to stow away in case of an emergency.

    Granite Gear Air Zippsacks Rock!

    Attached pic shows a few of my Air Zippsacks (NOT the Air Zippditty Stuffsacks) in Glacier National Park. I've long thought bc.com should carry the former and was pleasantly surprised that they now have the latter. I assume that Granite Gear created the Zippditty to round out the small end of their zippered stuffsack offerings. For example, the largest Zippditty here (146 cu in) is smaller than the smallest Zippsack (280 cu in) (orange zippered stuff in the pic).



    I can't speak for Zippditty's, but GG's Air Zippsacks are the bomb! I've purchased about ten of these stuffs over the years - for myself and for others - and they really help keep my gear organized. The Cordura Sil-Nylon, used in both Zippditty and Zippsacks, is uber-lightweight and is slick (making it easy to slide in/out of my top-load pack). This fabric is also semi-translucent making it possible to identify contents.



    Recommendation: Ask bc.com to add the GG Air Zippsacks to their site (I did)!

    Granite Gear Air Zippsacks Rock!

    Need to make bigger size available

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am an ultralight ounce counter and I bought a set of the Air Zippdity stuffsacks to use as a lighter ditty bag alternative to the Outdoor Research Zip Sack. Originally I ordered the 104 cu in, they were so small I returned them and exchanged for the largest size (146 cu in). Even then, I found I have to use both Air Zippditty sacks to carry the same items as I did with one size small OR Zip Sack. So I didn't gain anything by going with the Granite Gear sacks and in fact it's a little more complicated when I try to remember which items are in which sacks. While I wish they were available in a larger size, I will say that the Granite Gear sacks are VERY well made with waterproof zippers (cool), attractive colors, and impeccable stitching. Note: the claimed weight for the 146 cu in sack is 0.78 oz, the actual weight on my postal scale is 0.6 oz.

    lightweight

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

    These are nice lightweight sacks that will help with pack organization. I knew colors were assorted, but they are not any of the colors in the photo. I received yellow and orange, which I do not prefer.

    fancy zip-lock bags

      These are nice, versatile bags that I have used for a few different purposes.

      Mainly, I use the 61cu in bag for carrying my Black Diamond Brush set, as well as some tape and ibuprofen for when we go climb.



      Nothing too incredibly special here. In the end they're just another zippered bag

      I see that you are selling these in sets...

      I see that you are selling these in sets of two. Does this mean that I get two of the same size or can I miss match? I ask because I have found the whole set of 4 sold at places which includes one of each size offered on here. Could you please clarify. thank you.