Outdoor Research, a Seattle-based company which manufactures apparel and accessories for outdoor use, has unveiled their new Ultralight Compression Sacks. These high-quality sacks save space for the end user by reducing outdoor items such as sleeping bags, puffy jackets and a variety of other gear into a pack-friendly size. In addition, the 100% nylon, 30D siliconized nylon fabric resists moisture, and there is a pocket in the end cap which may be used for storage of small items. These lightweight sacks also have four compression straps and a drawcord with a cord lock. They comes in two color variants: Alloy and Lemongrass. These are also available in size different sizes: 5L, 8L, 10L, 15L, 20L and 35L. The manufacturer suggested retail price for the Ultralight Compression Sacks by Outdoor Research is $25.00. See below for additional details and specifications.
Features: Ultralight Compression Sacks
- Four Compression Straps
- Drawcord with Cordlock
- Low Profile Hardware
- Built-in Stuff Sack
- Ultra Lightweight
Specifications: Ultralight Compression Sacks
- Fabric: 100% nylon, 30D siliconized nylon ripstop // 100% nylon, 70D TPU
- Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.9oz / 84g (10L)
- 5L: #37484, 8L: #37485, 10L: #37486, 15L: #37487, 20L: #37488, 35L: #37489
- 5L: 151/2″ x 51/4″ / 39 cm x 13 cm
- 8L: 175/8″ x 6″ / 45 cm x 15 cm
- 10L: 181/2″ x 7″ / 47 cm x 18 cm
- 15L: 211/2″ x 8″ / 55 cm x 20 cm
- 20L: 223/4″ x 81/2″ / 60 cm x 22 cm
- 35L: 251/2″ x 11″ / 65 cm x 28 cm
- 5L: 305 cu. in.
- 8L: 488 cu. in.
- 10L: 610 cu. in.
- 15L: 915 cu. in.
- 20L: 1220 cu. in.
- 35L: 2136 cu. in.
- 5L: 2.0 oz / 58 g
- 8L: 2.3 oz / 66 g
- 10L: 2.9 oz / 84 g
- 15L: 3.4 oz / 98 g
- 20L: 3.6 oz / 104 g
- 35L: 5.0 oz / 142 g
Outdoor Research sells outdoor apparel, climbing apparel, hard shells, soft shells, ski jackets, ski gloves, down jackets, sportswear, gaiters, waterproof bags, bivy sacks and much more. For more information about the Ultralight Compression Sacks and the full range of products currently offered by Outdoor Research, please visit http://www.outdoorresearch.com
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