The AirPurge Dry Compression Sack by Outdoor Research is an indispensable piece of gear that has several applications.
The Outdoor Research AirPurge Dry Compression Sack compresses a load being hauled to give more space in a backpack or kayak and provides waterproof protection. It is a great space saver since a backpacker can cram their sleeping bag, clothing, and other soft goods into the the AirPurge Dry Compression Sack easily.
Now, a backpack will have more room for a backcountry stove, cookware, food, and other essentials. All of this added room plus the benefit of knowing the sack's contents will be dry due to the Airpurge Dry Compression Sack's waterproofing.
The Outdoor Research AirPurge Dry Compression Sack seals up easily. The roll-top is rolled 3 times and buckled to ensure the contents in the sack stays dry. There are four compression straps on the side of the AirPurge Dry Compression Sack to condense the contents. Excess air is purged from the sack during compression. A handle on the bottom of the AirPurge Dry Compression Sack makes it easy to carry.
The AirPurge Dry Compression Sack provides for uses during leisurely pursuits as it does for active ones. The sack makes for a great suitcase companion on a vacation. Underwear, socks, and undershirts can be packed in it which will give added room in a suitcase. It makes a great laundry bag during a trip too and will give more space for souvenirs and other fun stuff to bring home from a vacation.
The Outdoor Research AirPurge Dry Compression Sack is an essential piece of gear for backcountry excursions or leisurely trips. It comes in 4 different size/color choices – 10L/Black, 15L/Dark Grey, 25L/Black, and 30L/Dark Grey. The MSRP runs from $32 to $40. It carries Outdoor Research's Infinite Guarantee.
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