The description says this comes with a roll top stuff sack. Does it come with that, or more of a drawstring compression sack? I saw one at Dick's Sporting Goods that looked like it just came with the drawstring sack, and it seemed pretty bulky.
MARTHA G Drawstring sack, still rolls fairly small though
MARK H It comes with a drawstring sack. I have purchased 2 of these bags for both my boys, now 10 and 14. We use that sea to summit eVent compression sack, and it work great.
CHAD D I'd say its more like a drawstring compression sack. That being said, you have to roll the sleeping bag quite well to fit it into the sack so I can't imagine that you'd be able to roll it much smaller and fit it into a smaller sack.
As far as the sleeping bag, its great!
STEPHEN M It's more of a drawstring compression sack. It does have a flap at the end that you can tuck in to cover it, so nothing is hanging out or anything, if that makes sense. I've always been able to pack the sleeping bag into the sack, but it does take a little effort and ends up being kind of bulky; I've seen bags easier to put into the sack.
KRISTINA W Just a drawstring, but not too bulky.
LUKE Z It is just a roll top, it is pretty bulky, but if you bought a compression sack for it, I bet you could get the size down.
DOUGLAS B It comes with a drawstring stuffsack. It compresses the bags very well though. For the price, this is the best sleeping bag ive ever had.
JESSICA H It is a stuff sack with no compression. However, it's stuffed in there pretty tightly -- not sure if a separate compression sack would make a big difference.