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Waterproof stuff sack for sleeping bag

Discussion in 'Carrying' started by dean4442, Nov 27, 2016.

  1. Drain Bamaged

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    Those Swiss Army Sacks are nothing special but they certainly have a multitude of uses and at that price I couldn't resist sending for the second two, like you I too have been using one inside a Polish rucksack as a liner.

    D.B.
     
  2. Highbinder

    Highbinder Full Member

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    Reckon it's big enough for the British Arctic bag?
     
  3. Drain Bamaged

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    Yes it is more than big enough, it's what I bought it for originally, fits in, uncompressed with room to spare.

    D.B.
     
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    dean4442 Full Member

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    [​IMG]. This is what I went for in the end, I may change it if I can find something harder wearing but it will be good for now.
     
  6. Klenchblaize

    Klenchblaize Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    dean4442 Full Member

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    Sorry, should have said that it's the alpkit 35L with loops on it. I specifically wanted loops to keep it fixed to the pack.
     
  8. Highbinder

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    They're good dry bags. I've used those alpkit xtra bags for a few years for my tarps and ponchos.

    Harder wearing tho'? They're pretty heavy duty IMO, at least compared to my other dry sacks (exped etc)
     
  9. bilmo-p5

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    What he said.
     

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