From Josh of Bonners Ferry, Idaho on 8/17/2015.
I bought one of the Stuff Sacks to put my tent in. I pack it on the outside bottom of my pack and the bag/cover that came with the tent is not durable enough to handle ongoing scrapes from brush and rocks. This large stuff sack works perfectly and straps on nicely to the bottom of my Timberline II pack. Thanks Kifaru!
Would highly recommend this!
From Derrick Huber of Rochester, Washington on 7/10/2015.
Recently purchased a 0 degree Slick bag and needed a stuff sack for it. I purchased the Kifaru stuffsack at the same time and love it. It's totally different than the stuffsacks that I've had before. Instead of packing it into a ball it compresses into a longer, more narrow package. I find this shape a lot easier to fit into my pack. And I can't believe how strong it is for how lightweight the material is. As with all the Kifaru products I have purchased this is highly functional and bulletproof. Good people making good products in the U.S.A.!
From Anthony F Ramondo Jr of Las Vegas, Nevada on 6/29/2015.
I like all the Kifaru items I own. They are thoughtfully produced, lightweight, and functional.
Great sack, wish the cords had better storage.
From Calvin Bueltel of Smithfield, Virginia on 5/27/2015.
Great sacks and can compress an enormous amount. Only complaint (not enough to take a star) is I wish the cords would be easier to store once cinched. Really need the pouch these stuff into to either be relocated so it's not compressed over or enlarged to fit them easier.
Medium Stuff Sack
From William Mulleady of New Durham, New Hampshire on 5/17/2015.
Great stuff. Super quality. Lightweight and versatile
3/5/2015 – Your chart shows that the Doobie will fit in a small 5-string bag, is this also the case for the Arctic Woobie? Or would . . .
Response From Kifaru Intl.: The Artic Woobie would best fit in the medium 5 string compression sack.
3/5/2013 – Is there a chart to select the right size stuff bag or storage bag for use with the slick bags? If not, Which size of . . .
Response From Kifaru Intl.: Information on the stuff sacks is on the bottom of the page linked below.http://www.kifaru.net/slickbaginfo.html
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