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)
- tent stuffers
Great to fit a tarp into
I now have four blue DCF ZP’s stuff sacks. Three in the narrow. Use them for my gravel riding. Food in one, rolled up raincoat in another, misc closes in yet the third. Fourth is the Med size, use it for larger jackets etc. Like DCF as you can see into the stuff sacks to know what’s in there. good quality build from ZP.
If you fold your duplex, then roll up around your peg bag the duplex fits perfectly into this stuff sack and takes up allot less space because it tends to expand to fill whatever bag its put in. Here it is next to my size 12's
An easy fit for my tent and rainfly. I have a Nemo Hornet 1 person tent. I camp mostly on granite and day hike out from my base camp, so I need a semi-freestanding tent. A trekking pole tent won't work for me. But Nemo's stuff bags are a little heavy. The Hornet goes in to this bag easily, without aggressive stuffing, giving a soft bag that can conform to the space available in my pack.
Perfectly sized for the Duplex. I approximately fold the duplex half and half again etc and then , when it's folded to bag length, fold in half other direction and then roll around the pegs bag, towards the last fold. This ensures that the tent takes up minimum space. with minimum wear and tear. It is actually easier and faster to do it this way than stuffing it into its bag. If you fold and roll the bag for the duplex, then the bag that comes with it is very much on the large size and the tent expands and takes up much more room. When folded and rolled it slides easily into the thinner bag, which holds it small and tight. I suspect it might have been the intended bag but tent stuffers complained that it was too small?.