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Compression Sack

Compression Sack

$29.99-$47.99
Durable and reliable compression+ View tech specs
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ColourOutback Red
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BEST USE: Pack organization

WATERPROOF? The fabric is waterproof enough for storage inside a pack, but the seams are not tape sealed, and the top does not utilize a roll-top closure. So - water resistant rather than waterproof

DIMENSIONS: 7 x 16 inches

WEIGHT: 4.5 oz | 128 g

Shipping & Returns

Free standard delivery in Australia for orders over $49.99*.

For all other orders under $49.99, we charge a flat fee of $10.00 for standard delivery in Australia.  We do not ship to an address outside of Australia.  

The standard delivery time is 10 Business Days depending on your location.  For more details, check out our Shipping Policy.

If you are not entirely satisfied with your order, you may be entitled to a refund of the purchase price of the Product. For more details, please check out our Refund Policy.

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Description

The Compression Sack is the perfect solution for squishing down bulky soft items for organized packing. These burly sacks are built from a water-resistant 70D Nylon fabric, offering excellent strength to weight. They can allow compression down to one-third of their original volume, which means you save valuable space in your pack for other essentials.

Technical Features

70D WATERPROOF FABRIC - STRONG & LIGHTWEIGHT

Tech specs

XS / 6 litreS / 10 litreM / 15 litreL / 20 litreXL / 30 litre

Frequently Asked questions

A good choice for a tent storage bag?

Perhaps. Carrying the tent canopy in your pack (with the poles under the compression straps) is a great idea. However - the canopy may not compress that much.

Waterproof?

The body of the compression sack is adequately waterproof (2000 mm hydrostatic head) for storage inside a backpack or duffle, but the seams are not taped and there is no roll-top closure. So - water resistent rather than waterproof.

Worth their weight and cost?

These are much more rugged than other entry level compression sacks