Sea to Summit"
This is a super great compression sack, that will get your down feather sleeping bag to the size of a grapefruit. It was a great decision buying this with my western mountaine…
- Christopher, 01/07/13
I needed a good compression sack for a Big Agnes sleeping bag. Very nice, easy to use straps.…
- Mark, 10/05/12
I have been backpacking for over 40 years and tried many different compression dry bags, but this is the only one that will hold up. There are many that are lighter in weight,…
- Wade, 05/04/13
The XS is the perfect size for my BA Yampa 45 down bag (L). It really compresses it down. The sack is easy to use, and seems well made. Additionally, it kept my down bag dry d…
- John, 10/24/11
I have used this sack to compress my Marmot Axiom mummy bag and it has worked great. The medium fit my regular sized sleepign bag perfectly and was able to compact it down qui…
- Connor, 09/07/10
I now have 4 of theis sacks, 2 small and 2 mediums. They get really really small and I love that the lid doesn't come off of the sack completely, makes it easy to close and c…
- raymond, 05/04/11
this tent is great for keeping the bugs out but if you are planning on any extra curricular activities, it does not provide much privacy...now youre saying, who cares if we're…
- CHRISTIAN, 01/14/11
This product is great for it's purpose. It does a great job of keeping the bugs out however you have to be careful getting into it cause once a bug is in it, it is extremely h…
- Ketaki, 12/08/10
I bought this product in all sizes for my backpacking trip. I used this extra small one for my toiletries. It did a great job of keeping moisture out and also was the perfect…
- Patricia, 12/03/13
the only way to backpack in my opinion. water resistant, keep you pack organized and your stuff safe and dry.…
- Byron, 07/29/12
Super light dry sack, but still 100% waterproof. Really thin fabric, so not something you would drag after you down a canyon, but great for keeping things waterproof inside a…
- Lars, 12/03/12
if you backpack or canoe and everything in between, you can and will find these useful...i use mine primarily for backpacking in which i have a food bag, clothes bag, hygiene…
- Chris, 12/17/09
This pack towel is super absorbent and packs down into its own little stuff sack. Handy loop for hanging it to dry.…
- Liam, 08/25/14
I purchased the Large (not on Moosejaw, wish I did would have saved some money) and it is very absorbent and dries very quickly. My main gripe with this towel is that I have…
- cory, 12/17/13
These plates are great for what they are, but not very useful for backpacking these days. They fold up very small, but it is hard to justify the weight for something that I ca…
- Linda, 12/24/10
This piece of gear is a bit bulky. When collapsed it is still a sizable disc. But in use, it does the work of three items. It can hold hearty soups, steaks, etc, and be used t…
- Matthew, 10/19/11
Good soap for having multiple uses. However, It seems weak. I had to use a lot to clean out my cooking pots and saucepan. Wasn't really good at loosening the stuck on oatmeal…
- Steven, 07/16/12
First off the product is actually 3ml, not 3.3, so you can take on your carry on.
I took this with me on a 3 week backpacking trip through Costa Rica and while I can vouch…
- Eric, 06/07/12
Have dug into several different substrates with this trowel and it always does a good job. The collapsing handle is great, makes it fit into a nice zip lock baggie so I don't…
- jeounghoon, 04/23/14
Yes, it's functional. If you're digging cat holes, it'll do the trick. The metal blade digs through just about everything with reckless abandon, which is handy when you're in…
- Peter, 02/06/14
About Sea to Summit:
So this one time, a few years back, in 1984 (George Orwell style) a small group of climbers, from the flattest continent in the world, ascended Mount Everest. No oxygen - no sherpa style. Six years later, one of the dudes, Tim Macartney-Snape, decided he wanted to do it again. But this time, he was go from sea level all the way to the top. He called this ascent Sea to Summit. Following?
Yea, this journey was pretty epic. So epic that Macartney-Snape decided to team up with design guru Roland Tyson to build a business based on outdoor genius and affordable, high-quality equipment. They named the company Sea to Summit. Still following? Good.
This gear is epic, just like the climb from the sea to the top of the world. Literally. Just like years ago, Sea to Summit continues to provide innovative gear and serves a growing band of outdoor enthusiasts all over the globe. Holler. Be sure to browse all these products before your next camping trip, there's loads of great camping gear. Just loads.
While I've got you, be sure to check out the Sea to Summit Utensils, the Sea to Summit Stuff Sacks and the Sea to Summit things-to-keep-mosquitoes-away stuff. There's all sorts of Sea to Summit climbing gear, camping gear and more. All of these Sea to Summit products are necessaries on a camping trip, climbing trip or euro trip.
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