Slim Stuff Sack
This slim size stuff sack will fit a few clothing items, a large tarp, or large inflatable sleeping pad. The slim shape can squeeze into your pack’s external pockets to free up space, or it may fit well inside a day pack or fast pack.
Need a different size? Check out the rest of our Stuff Sack collection.
Constructed from .55 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric. All colors are semi-transparent so you can easily see your items.
The side seam is taped for strength but these should only be considered water resistant due to the draw cord opening.
Stuff sacks can easily be patched with Dyneema® Composite Fabric Tape.
Also check out our Dry Bags for a slightly heavier, but more abrasion and water resistant way to protect your critical items from the elements.
All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
Made in the USA.
Full / Closed Dimensions:
5" diameter by 12.5" tall (13 cm x 32 cm) / 245 cubic inches (4L)
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Made in the USA.
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Perfect for a chair or other long skinny items
Great little stuff sack for a backpacking chair or other items that are tall and skinny. Might use it for clothes in the summer too.
Perfect Stuff Sack!
Great quality and exactly what I was looking for!
This product is extremely light and appears to be very durable. I will learn more after extended use.
Hexamid pocket tarp
The HPT is exactly as advertised -- extremely light, compact, and well constructed. In my view, it's also very affordable. My HPT has a "bathtub ground sheet" because you have to put something under your quilt and this integrated piece works very well, but I do not have "storm doors" because it's marginally lighter and simpler that way, I'm not planning a thru-hike with this, and I take advantage of modern forecasts to take more appropriate shelter (or stay home) if substantial precip is predicted. I also add a MLD superlight bivi with an all net hood if low temperatures, biting flies, or other nighttime hazards are likely. So why bother? I'm basically a cowboy camper and, for me, the HPT hits a very sweet spot of ultralight minimalism that provides a bit more privacy and wind protection that a typical tarp, while also being much faster and easier to set up. And, like a tarp, it keeps the dew off my sleeping bag (so much dew!) while still letting me feel like I'm basically sleeping under the stars. I love the HPT, it's my favorite new piece of gear. Thank you, Zpacks!