Exped Waterproof Compression Bag

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The Exped Waterproof Compression Bag allows you to free up space in your pack by reducing the packed size of bulky items like your sleeping bag or extra winter layers as well as keep your gear dry in any weather. Three horizontal compression straps cinch down tight to a long, cylinder shape and take up less space in your pack than traditional stuff sacks and storage bags. A quick air purge flat valve on the side of the Compression bag allows air to be easily purged from the bag as you compress it. The roll top, dry bag closure design means your clothing and gear will stay dry even in a heavy downpour.


  • Adjustable straps compress the pack to its smallest size


  • Three horizontal compression straps make your clothing or sleeping bag more managable


  • Fold over the opening and clip the side release buckles together to secure your belongings and protect them from water
  • Quick air purge through FlatValve
  • Narrow shape lashes easily to a backpack

The Waterproof Compression Bag from Exped is a dry bag hugged by three horizontal compression straps to make your sleeping bag or clothing easier to pack and protect from water. The narrow shape can be easily attached to a backpack in case you need external storage.

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Dimensions:Small - 17 x 8 in
Material:70 denier, coated Taffeta nylon with 10,000 mm water column
Weight:Small - 3.5 oz
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Exped Waterproof Compression Bag Review:


Great Dry-Bag

This is a great dry-bag. I bought the model with horizontal compression straps (not the vertical as pictured) in the medium size. The bag cinches down small enought that I can strap it to the sleeping pad straps on the outside. The medium was big enough for my sleeping bag and liner, my fleece jacket and extra pair of pants. I put this through continous use in the Grand Canyon for a week straight and in New Mexico for two weeks continued. I never had a problem in the Grand Canyon, it kept all dirt and dust off of the contents, no water from multiple creek crossings got inside. In New Mexico, it rained for 3 hours every day and not once did the bag let any moisture in, even after sitting completely submerged in water for 2 hours. The only problem was when a cactus spine puncured it near the valve, but I just used the patches for my sleeping pad to repair it and it still holds water out.
Tucson Hiker at SummitHut.com on 08/08/2013