Big Agnes Pumphouse Drysack and Pad Pump

Priced: $19.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Big Agnes Pumphouse Drysack and Pad Pump
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The Big Agnes Pumphouse Pad Pump dry sack fills multiple roles when you're backpacking. Use it as a pad pump, dry sack, pillow, water carrier and backcountry shower.



  • Big Agnes Pumphouse Pad Pump dry sack is made from lightweight Cordura® nylon that resists abrasion, tears and scuffs
  • Water-tight construction allows the Pumphouse to be used to transport water from the stream to your campsite, and can even be used as a backcountry shower


  • Open drawstring cord on nozzle end and place on opened sleeping pad valve then cinch drawstring tight. Open stuff sack end and allow air to enter then roll stuff sack end partially closed and inflate pad with the air trapped inside the Pumphouse. Repeat until pad has reached desired inflation.
  • When you're not inflating your pad, the Pumphouse can be used as a dry sack to protect clothes and gear from rain

The Big Agnes Pumphouse can be used as a pad pump, dry sack, stuff sack, pillow, water carrier, backcountry shower and more. Made from lightweight Cordura fabric, a high-performance fabric resistance to abrasions, tears and scuffs.

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Dimensions:19.5 x 12 x 8 inches
Material:Cordura nylon
Weight:1.5 oz / 42.5 g
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Big Agnes Pumphouse Drysack and Pad Pump Reviews:



This thing is great, but I wouldn't count on it for anything more than an inflator. I love it because I don't want my moist, bacteria laden breath going into my hard to ventilate sleeping pad. Not only over time will it increase it's weight because of the moisture content, it's just nasty. Just aim the open end of this into the wind and it will fill up on it's own to about 75%, then just one of my breaths blown into it fills it up nicely. Then, squeeze that into your sleeping pad, for mine, the Big Agnes Q-Core SL, about 8-10 times. It's way faster and easier than doing all that huffing and puffing yourself. By the way, I love my new sleeping pad too!
Backpack at REI on 04/04/2013

simple, lightweight, dual use item!

I purchased a Big Agnes insulated air core at REI and didn't think about the added weight of using a battery powered pump like I do when car camping. I thought I really messed up until I found this pumphouse product. I've used it on 2 trips so far and it works great. I have a huge pad so it took probably 15 fills to finish, but it sure beats blowing it up manually. I even helped a buddy blow up his pool float with this pump, even though it didn't fit it well it still worked. I like that it is dual use and VERY light, so it's really an excellent solution.
Flyin Brian at REI on 11/11/2013

Genius product.

I had always hesitated to invest in inflatable sleeping pads because I didn't want to carry a small, motorized pump. This pumphouse solves that issue. It takes about 5 minutes (10 bag fulls) to fully inflate any Big Agnes sleeping pad and then you're done. In the meantime you can also use this as a stuff sack or a pillow (with a jacket inside).
Bruce722 at REI on 04/04/2013

Works great!

Works great at filling my Big Agnes Q-Core. It takes about 5-6 "fills" of the Pumphouse to get my pad full, and weighs next to nothing.
JD83705 at REI on 08/08/2013

Great Idea

Thanks to whoever came up with this idea. Multiple use bag that inflates sleeping pad. Really makes it easy.
Backwoods Alley at REI on 03/03/2013