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$13.95 You save: $11.00 (44%)

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Product Highlights:

  • Compresses size
  • Two side release buckles
  • Convenient spacesaver
  • Self carry pocket
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About Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack

Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack
The Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack is one tool that will prove extremely useful when you are outdoors camping in the wild. If you find your sleeping bag occupying too much space in your carry bags, and travel luggage, then this product will provide the perfect solution. It will allow you to compress your sleeping bag to a smaller size, so that you have more room in your bags for other gear and belongings. When not in use, it hardly occupies space, and folds into a tiny, self-carry pocket, that you can stuff in the corner of your bag. It has two side release buckles, so that you can easily reach for your bag when you need it. You can keep the lid of the bag attached, so that you will never lose your sleeping bag. The Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack reduces your stress, and it comes in really handy when you are planning a camping trip outdoors.

One reason why the Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack is popular is because of its Easy to pack.

Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack Features

  • 100% Nylon
  • Vertical compression straps
  • Quick release buckles
  • Can be buckled to outside of pack

Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack Specifications

Dimensions
S: 8 x 17 in.,M: 9 x 18 in.,L: 10 x 20 in., XL: 11 x 21 in.
Vertical compression straps
Yes
Quick release buckles
Yes
Folds into self-carry pocket
Yes
Color-coded by size
Yes
2 side-release buckles
Yes
Self-carry pocket
Yes
Available in the Following Sizes:
10 x 20 in., 11 x 21 in., 8 x 17 in., 9 x 18 in.
Weight [with packaging]
8 x 17 in.: 0.35 lb,
10 x 20 in., 11 x 21 in.: 0.5 lb,
9 x 18 in.: 1 lb
Mfr #
SKU
SMJCSS
Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack Size Chart
  Small Medium Large X-Large
Dimensions (in) 8x17" 9x18" 10x20" 11x21"

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Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack
 
3.5

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  • Easy to pack (4)
  • Compact (3)

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4.0

Space Saver

By Greg

from Tucson, AZ

About Me Military/Law Enforcement

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy to pack
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Buckles Fragile

Best Uses

  • Day Trips
  • Road Trips

Comments about Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack:

These bags compress really well and do save a lot of space. The buckles are not too impact resistant though. I was striking the sides with my hand after compressing(trying to get max compression)and accidently struck one of the buckles. It instantly snapped in two. All in all for the price I paid these bags are great.

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  • No

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4.0

use all the time. great product

By ray

from new york

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Easy to pack
  • Good venting
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backcountry Camping
    • Campgrounds
    • Day Trips
    • River Trips
    • Road Trips
    • Survival

    Comments about Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack:

    good all product

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Great for our purpose

    By wm1993`

    from Myrtle Beach, SC

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Easy to pack

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack:

        We have chosen this for our kids to take on a long trip that has limited luggage allowances. They can pack it and close it by themselves. We are very pleased with the product

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        2.0

        Heavy compared to other same products

        By Rebeldawg

        from Statesboro,GA

        About Me Avid Adventurer

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to pack

        Cons

        • Heavy bulky
        • Too much cords

        Best Uses

        • Backcountry Camping
        • Survival

        Comments about Slumberjack Compression Stuff Sack:

        Too bulky, too much cordage, the material used isn't light weight as the other brands I have listed below. Check other websites for better products at same prices.

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        bernard B  i want this compression sack for my kelty eclipse sleeping bag "regular size" but i dont know which sack im going to take..could you guys please help me to choose wath fits for my sleeping bag?i want it to compress thightly so that i have more space on my pack..
        ROBERT L  I bought the one with the green top for what I consider is a regular size sleeping bag. If you are looking to conserve space for a long backpacking trip I'd skip the compression sack and look at a lightweight sleeping bag and liner. The compression sack did not do the job for me plus it added weight. Mid way thru the trip one of the clips broke and the bag started to rip. Might be OK for weekend trips with less stuff in your pack.
        bernard B  i want this compression sack for my kelty eclipse sleeping bag "regular size" but i dont know which sack im going to take..could you guys please help me to choose wath fits for my sleeping bag?i want it to compress thightly so that i have more space on my pack..
        ROBERT L  I bought the one with the green top for what I consider is a regular size sleeping bag. If you are looking to conserve space for a long backpacking trip I'd skip the compression sack and look at a lightweight sleeping bag and liner. The compression sack did not do the job for me plus it added weight. Mid way thru the trip one of the clips broke and the bag started to rip. Might be OK for weekend trips with less stuff in your pack.
        bernard B  i want this compression sack for my kelty eclipse sleeping bag "regular size" but i dont know which sack im going to take..could you guys please help me to choose wath fits for my sleeping bag?i want it to compress thightly so that i have more space on my pack..
        ROBERT L  I bought the one with the green top for what I consider is a regular size sleeping bag. If you are looking to conserve space for a long backpacking trip I'd skip the compression sack and look at a lightweight sleeping bag and liner. The compression sack did not do the job for me plus it added weight. Mid way thru the trip one of the clips broke and the bag started to rip. Might be OK for weekend trips with less stuff in your pack.
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