Compression Sacks

(1 customer review)



SilNyl Compression/Stuff Sack. The unique design incorporates a paddler’s dry bag style roll-down top with a strap that fastens around the bottom of the bag to provide compression.


Large size is 18″ long by 13″ wide (26″ circumference) 1.5 .oz.

1 review for Compression Sacks

  1. Taylor Cates

    I received a compression sack with my JRB High Sierra Sniveller in the mail a few days ago. While no doubt it will keep my gear dry, I had a few observations about the design I wanted to share:
    1. Weight. This has got to be one of the most lightweight dry sacks I had tested. A+ in that category
    2. Design. While the roll-top design is nothing new, the unique shape of the dry sack makes packing the sleeping bag down a bit tricky since you have sort of bear-hug the bag after every few rolls to make sure you keep the sleeping bag from “popping” back out. The versatility of the bag is awesome, however I think I will continue to use my ultra-sil dry bag since the 4-way compression straps let me compact the sleeping bag a little better.

    On a final note, you have to be sure to roll the top of the sack down a few times before putting in/taking out any delicate items, i.e. down, since the velcro strap closure will be very abrasive to the nylon fabrics.

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