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I would recommend getting the same size compression sack in liters as the stuff sack that the bag comes with. This way, you can easily get your sleeping bag inside but then cinch it down pretty compactly. In the case of this magma, you’ll want to look for a 10L compression sack. Here is a potential candidate!
Hope this helps!
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