Outdoor Research Ultralight Compression Sack 35L, Alloy, 1Size

March 2, 2020 - Comment
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This lightweight compression sack reduces sleeping bags and other stuffables to a pack-friendly size. The silnyl fabric resists moisture and slides into your pack with ease. A pocket in the end cap keeps track of small items or can be used for self storage.

Product Features

  • Fabric Performance: Compressible, Durable, Ultra Lightweight
  • 40D ripstop silnyl
  • Drawcord and Hypalon cordlock keeper closure
  • Ripstop nylon compression rings
  • Bound seams on end caps for durability


Anonymous says:

I love these sacks I love these sacks. I originally bought one so that I could pack a week’s worth of clothes in a 40L backpack. It was probably slightly aggressive, but it worked. When I got back I ordered one for each of my family members. It doesn’t matter if it’s a weekend or a week long trip, these save space. Plus, if you roll your clothes right – no wrinkles. Most recently my wife used a couple to pack linens and towels. Even she was amazed how much space we saved by using the sacks.

Anonymous says:

Light but…. Have been relatively happy with OR products and this was no exception except for a few things.PRO: The material is semi-transparent so you can get an idea of what is in it if you forgetIt has a “Top-Cap” style top and a drawstring closure.Fabric has good “slide” characteristics so stuffing is easy and slipping into the pack is easy.Weighs in right around 3 ouncesCON: All 4 compression points are not side release buckles. 2 are static and…

Anonymous says:

Long narrow design makes stufffing and compressing difficult. Nice quality and light weight. I can get my big Agnes -20 degree down sleeping bag stuffed into the 15L with a little effort. Fills it to the rim before compression which makes the draw cord a little hard to cinch and hold totally closed. Once stuffed I can then compress to about half the size. I took off a star because this compression bag is more long than wide so it’s harder to stuff your sleeping bag in it and compress things that fill it to the rim because stuff wants to fold over…

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