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PackOut Compression 10L Stuff Sack

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $18.82 Original price: $28.95
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Why We Like The Outdoor Research PackOut Compression 10L Stuff Sack

The Outdoor Research PackOut Compression 10L Stuff Sack is a lightweight, water-resistant back for semi-dry storage for backpacking, kayak camping, and traveling. The two-strap system lets us cinch down our pack while the roll top closure seals out dirt and light moisture.


Details

  • 10-liter stuff sack for versatile storage on the go
  • PU-coated nylon is abrasion- and water-resistant
  • Semi-translucent to see our packed belongings
  • Two-strap compression and roll-top closure
  • Item #ODRZ8H1
Material
40D nylon ripstop, PU coating
Volume
10L (610cu in)
Pockets
none
Compression
2 strap design
Closure
roll-top
Dimensions
18 x 14 x 5in
Claimed Weight
0.2oz
Activity
backpacking, kayaking, traveling
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 18, 2022

Amazing 2 in 1 concept

I have used this item now for 3 different military field exercises and I am sold on the concept. This is the best go between I've found between a compression sack and a dry bag. It compresses as advertised and it also weatherproofs. We got hit two separate times by some pretty wet conditions and this kept all the clothing items in my bag dry the whole time. Short of submerging this thing in a creek I feel confident my clothes are going to stay dry. It also makes a nice pillow at night when you have clothes in it. I'll be interested to see how it holds up in the long run. No noticeable wear and tear the 3 months I've owned it.

Davis
outdoorresearch.com

Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com