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Outdoor Research Zip Sack

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    • Alloy/Pewter, Large
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    With the Outdoor Research Zip Sack, you'll be able to keep toiletries, cooking supplies, or extra clothes securely stowed and organized inside your pack. The full-length zipper allows you to quickly locate items, and the water-resistant fabrics ensure gear won't suffer a damp demise.

    • Bound seams and water-resistant materials keep gear dry and organized
    • Reinforced base with a PU coating keeps gear dry when you set the bag down on wet terrain
    • Water-resistant zipper provides quick access to stowed items
    • Dual webbing handles make the bag easy to carry
    • Item #ODR1080

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [base] 40D polyester, polyurethane coating, [top] 70D nylon, TPU coating
    Volume
    [small] 244 cu in, [medium] 427 cu in, [large] 671 cu in
    Dimensions
    [small] 8.25 x 6.4 x 3 in, [medium] 10.25 x 7.75 x 4 in, [large] 12 x 9.5 x 4.25 in
    Closure
    zipper
    Backpack Straps
    no
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 1.1 oz, [medium] 1.4 oz, [large] 1.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Organize Anything

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These zip sacks have become an essential piece of my backpacking and traveling gear. Whether I'm backpacking in the backcountry or flying to the city I use these to organize a variety of different items in larger bags. Great for organizing bike tools, smaller climbing gear, food, personal items, ski touring essentials, etc... Outdoor Research has really impressed me with , their travel organizers. Simple, effective and durable, I'll be using them for a long time to come.

    Zip it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Perfect little sack for organizing your gear in a larger bag or compartment. My favorite part is the shape and design with the handles at the end and zipper across the top as opposed to a traditional drawcord or roll-top stuff sack. Easy to search for something without a lot of rummaging and the handles provide an easy point to hang the sack from. I picked up the small size for misc gear like first aid kit, water filter, bear cord, etc and the Medium size as a hang-able food bag.

    Awesomely Useful

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Awesomely useful, especially for organizing things inside something like a Black Hole Duffel or a Basecamp Duffel.

    I use them for packing / organizing into large duffels when camping or traveling. And I use them during the week to organize gym, bike, or hike clothes for after work.

    The medium was larger in person than I expected, and can easily hold a full spring/summer run/bike outfit rolled up neatly, or a weeks+ worth of socks and skivvies while traveling.

    Best gear organizer out there

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm kinda obsessed with organization, and these stuff sacks are the perfect solution. I have them in every size and several colors, and use them to separate out sport draws, alpine draws, aid gear....you name it and it's got it's own sack. I put these things through the wringer, and haven't seen any holes or significant wear on them. Highly recommend if you're organization obsessed like me!

    Awesome Backcountry Organization Tool!

    The Outdoor Research Zip Sack is a great companion for your backpacking gear. I have housed a ton of stuff in my Outdoor Research Zip Sacks, including spoons, firestarters, headlamps, etc. I have never had mine tear or even wear out much if any in my backpacks. I throw my Outdoor Research Zip Sack into my backpack and don't look back. While not water proof, it is water resistant. So as long as you do not submerge it for minutes on end this will do the trick for keeping your backpacking gear relatively dry. This is something I always want to use in multiple packs, it is made well and is a really interesting piece of backpacking/hiking kit. Not made in the USA, which is the only down side. Berz Rating: 92/100

    Useful, can`t travel without it!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Firs I got a couple and now I have lots on sizes and colors. Material helps to store clothes and put them inside and out backpack easily cause they slide. also, air goes out when you pressure, so they fit easily into the room you have. Never traval without them anymore. My backpack is always tidy and I find my stuff easily.

    Small is a great size

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have 2 of these. One I put all my random small climbing stuff in, tape, single carabiners, keys, etc. and the other is my toilettry bag. It fits brush, face wash clothes, toothbrush/paste, etc. All not stuffed to the brim, yet not large and taking up unused space. Perfect to collect random stuff in your bag and keep it together. Like that I can see into it well too when its unzipped instead of churning everything in the bag to see what I need. Also very durable, I've taken it backcountry, dragged it, dropped it off a ledge, still works, no tears, no zipper issues. Great purchase.

    Nice bag for top of pack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I purchased the large and found it very handy on my 10 day excursion. We all have lots of small stuff that comes along our trips and putting it all within this bag made it very easy to pull out of my pack lid pocket. I really like the zipper for quick access to my stuff and generally set the bag out next to me at base camp. I recommend this bag if you are tired of rolling dry bags all day, but wouldn't trust it for 100% waterproofing.