About Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack

Load a sleeping bag and down jacket in this compression sack on the approach When it's time to leave camp the compression straps convert to shoulder straps and a waist belt, and it becomes your summit sack Daisy chains and ice axe loops take care of your equipment

Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack Features

  • Functions as a waterproof storage sack for sleeping bags and clothing. Converts to an ultralight, 36L summit sack.
  • Hydroseal coated Antron nylon is waterproof and durable
  • Waterproof taped seams
  • Roll-top waterproof closure
  • Durable buckle secures roll top
  • Ergonomic design fits flat against back
  • Four compression straps convert to shoulder straps and hip belt
  • Foam-padded shoulder straps wrap over shoulder
  • Dual daisy chains with ice axe loops
  • Two side mesh pockets with one-hand pull elastic drawcords

Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack Specifications

Overall Measurements
24 in. x 11 in. x 9 in
Cubic In.
2197 cu in./36L
Weighs (empty)
12.2 oz.

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Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack
 
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4.0

Great bag, but...

By Iago

from Boston, MA

About Me Casual Adventurer

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Good Suspension
  • Large Capacity
  • Lightweight
  • Nice extra features

Cons

  • No chest strap

Best Uses

  • Backpacking
  • Day Hikes
  • Extended Hikes
  • Light Loads

Comments about Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack:

Great bag, manufacturing. Excellent. It needs a chest strap. I tried adding an aftermarket one, but it pulls on the straps in a weird way, as opposed to the ones built in. Also, I'd like to see an exterior hydration sleeve. But nonetheless, the bag is really nice.

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5.0

Can't Wait To Take This Bag Paddling

By perryzip

from Harrisburg, PA

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Large Capacity
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Kayak Camping

    Comments about Outdoor Research DryComp Summit Waterproof Compression Sack:

    Planning a multi-day kayaking trip the length of The Susquehanna River (NY-PA-MD)this summer and plan to use this bag for my tent, sleeping bag, etc. I'll probably hit the water for some training trips in March and I'll be sure to take the bag along for testing. So far it fits fine in my Pungo 140 rear cargo hold.

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    • Comfort Driven

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