Hyperlite Mountain Gear Roll-Top Stuff Sack – Large
Cuben fiber stuff sack with new roll-top closure and round-bottom. This large stuff sack weighs only 45 grams and is made of black 100% waterproof CF11 Cuben fiber with a 9” diameter, 28" circumference and 23" height.
This large stuff sack includes a strip of ¾” black binding at the top of the bag for easy closing as well as ¾” side release buckles for securing close. Perfect for a three-season sleeping bag, a food bag for up to a week-long trip, a clothes bag for extended adventures and great for keeping backpacking, mountaineering or packrafting gear perfectly dry inside your pack.
MATERIAL: 100% waterproof DCF11 Dyneema® Composite Fabric (formerly Cuben Fiber), 1.3 oz/yd2 / 43 g/m²
WEIGHT: 45 g
VOLUME: 19,5L (1200 cu in)
Diameter: 9” (22,9 cm)
Circumference: 28" (71,1 cm)
Height: 24" (61 cm)
Hyperlite Mountain Gear’s ultralight stuff sacks are very strong, nearly weightless, made of 100% waterproof Dyneema® Composite and are essential for protecting against rain and moisture. HMG's stuff sacks come in either round roll-top versions or flat draw-string versions ranging in size from nano to jumbo intended to suit any of your lightweight outdoor adventure needs.
DCF8 Stuff Sacks are transparent and great for compartmentalizing your gear in a way that allows you to see what is inside each sack while keeping your gear or food absolutely dry.
DCF11 Stuff Sacks are made from a version of Dyneema® that is 40% stronger and a bit more durable. DCF11 Stuff Sacks come only in black and are great for storing tent stakes, cooking equipment, or any of your other gear, and used with DCF8 Stuff Sacks, are a great way to color code your compartmentalized gear.
What to consider when you choose stuff sacks for compartmentalizing your backcountry items? Read some useful tips from Mike St. Pierre founder of HMG.
"I always consider three key things when choosing my stuff sacks for thru hikes—Do they help me organize my pack? Do they protect my stuff? Are they lightening my load? If a stuff sack doesn’t answer all these questions, I won’t use it." Read more...