Reviewed by Weatherman from Oklahoma on Thursday, January 22, 2015
I have a North Face mummy bag and it's a perfect fit. I really like the external harness arrangement which lets me easily cinch it down snug. I camp by motorcycle and compressing bulky items is very important to efficiently utilize what little luggage volume I have available.
Reviewed by winter hiker from Corvallis on Saturday, December 27, 2014
This is not ultralight and not waterproof - there are expensive saks out there that are dry and light. This is bulletproof, won't tear, great for really cranking down on sleeping bags without worry. I am going to spray it with waterproofing spray, and I bet that does the trick for a lot less than what is sold out there. A plastic garbage bag works well too.
Reviewed by Beechnutt from Talkeetna, AK on Thursday, November 6, 2014
Great Value, especially for the money. A size medium fits a 20 degree synthetic Alps mummy bag perfectly! Thick material that appears to be constructed well and not rip out at the seams like some inferior stuff and compressions do.
Reviewed by Joe Vitessa from Baltimore on Monday, August 18, 2014
This is a study (and comparatively heavy--backpackers beware!) stuff sack, but I find it quite difficult to straighten out the straps before having at least two cups of coffee in the morning. Even then, it's a pain. When the bag is empty, the straps tend to get tangled up and it's tough to realign them in order to compress the sack. I know it's not rocket science here, but it gets frustrating. There are better designed stuff sacks on the market, but not too many that are cheaper...