Information about Outdoor Research Ultralight Z-Compression Sack - 8L
Closeouts. With an innovative compression system, Outdoor Research's 8L Ultralight Z-Compression sack helps you get the most room out of your pack and features durable and lightweight construction for years of use.
Single-pull pulley compression system for greater, more efficient compression
Reviewed by Kevin from Dillon, mt on Saturday, August 31, 2013
I bought this as a replacement stuff sack for a single tent and was very happy with it. The compression design wrapped around the tent perfectly and it appears to be fairly durable for as light as it is. Excellent design.
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Reviewed by florida tenderfoot from Florida on Tuesday, December 2, 2014
I purchased the 8L for my 2 man tent and it worked perfectly. When I first received the Z Sack it felt very flimsy, it is supposed to because it is light, and I thought it would be too small for my tent. I began stuffing and was able to fit it in and when I cinched it down it became a little larger than a football. Note: I was not able to fit the fly. I look forward to trying it out a few times to test its durability. I may also send for a 12 L.
Reviewed by Charlie Milton from Pennsylvania on Sunday, November 23, 2014
Nice and light weight, good color to see it easily compacts to half of its size, the cordage does appear to give it some mechanical advantage over other compression sacks that I have owned. At the very least in an emergency situation the orange can be used for signalling and there is a ton of cordage as well. I have had a few instances where the cordage has caught on something but still a great product if the price is right.
Reviewed by R.E. from California on Saturday, July 19, 2014
Perfect size for the kids clothes. The compression sack worked great, you can easily over compress the sack and cause it to rip. As long as you pay attention you will start to see the stress points at the seams and stop.
I looked your bags stuff size and is listed at 11"x18" which (if my math is correct) would be 28 liters. I would highly doubt you are going to get that amount of size reduction with any compression sack rated for 8 liters
Answered on 12/1/2013 12:03:20 PM by e from Upstate NY