Regular Tent Pole Sack
The tent stake pouch is the perfect size for the 48" collapsible tent poles. Works great for someone who doesn’t like using trekking poles. It keeps the poles nice and consolidated and tightly packed together.
Keep your tent poles contained and protect your more delicate gear items from punctures with this tent pole sack. This size will fit our ultralight tent poles with a folded length up to about 13” (33 cm). With this sack you can store your short tent poles rolled up inside your tent without worrying about puncturing the tent or the tent stuff sack.
If you need a tent pole sack for longer dome style poles, try our Large Tent Pole Sack.
Constructed from black 1.0 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric which is inherently waterproof and abrasion resistant.
- Fold the top down over your tent poles and use the shock cord drawstring to keep them snug like a rubber band.
Stuff sacks can easily be patched with Dyneema® Composite Fabric Tape.
Made in the USA.
4" wide by 14" long (7 cm x 35.5 cm)
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Made in the USA.
- trekking poles
- tent stake pouch
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Light and cool I'm glad I bought it
Perfect for the MSR 10” Cyclone Stakes
I bought this pole sack as a tent stake sack for the 10” MSR Cyclone Stakes. It works perfectly! I have two of the ZPacks Tent Stakes Bags, and they work great for my other stakes, but the 10” ones wouldn’t fit. This is a great solution. It easily fits 8 of the 10” stakes, and I can even put my other tent stakes bags in with it.
Tent Pole Sack
Excellent sack. Light and durable.
Great item works just as advertised
I have unpacked and pitched the tent. All is in order. I am looking forward to trying the tent out at the end of October on a camping expedition. So far everything is looking very hopeful.