Hyperlite Mountain Gear DCF11 Cuben Stuff Sack – Nano
Ultralight, yet durable, DCF11 Stuff Sacks should be a key component of every backcountry traveler’s kit because they provide redundancy to your systems. Not only do they help you organize your backpack, but because they are made with 100% waterproof Dyneema® Composite Fabrics (formerly Cuben Fiber), they can help keep your clothes, food and sleeping much drier in the stormiest weather.
This extra-small Nano DCF11 ultralight Stuff Sack is specifically designed to store small electronic devices such as cell phones or MP3 players. Made from the slightly heftier waterproof DCF11 Dyneema® Composite Fabric and a 1.4 mm Spectra draw string with mini-cord lock, this sack provides a layer of protection for your gear.
Material: 100% waterproof DCF11 Dyneema® Composite Fabric (formerly Cuben Fiber)
Volume: 0,4l (24.4 cu in)
Measurements: 4” x 6” (10,2 x 15,2 cm)
- 100% water proof material (not submersible)
- 1.4 mm Spectra draw string with mini-cord lock
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.
Hand crafted in Maine, USA
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...