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  • Strong nylon fabric is coated to provide excellent water repellency
  • Drawcord opening cinches to secure contents
  • Bottom haul handle makes it easy to carry the sack and unstuff your bag
  • Available in a range of color-coded sizes: 10L, 15L, 20L, 30L, 60L

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Gear Capacity (L)
10 liter
10 liters
15 liter
15 liters
20 liter
20 liters
30 liter
30 liters
60 liter
60 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.)
10 liter
610 cubic inches
15 liter
915 cubic inches
20 liter
1220 cubic inches
30 liter
1831 cubic inches
60 liter
3661 cubic inches
Closure
10 liter
Drawcord
15 liter
Drawcord
20 liter
Drawcord
30 liter
Drawcord
60 liter
Drawcord
Compression Straps No / No / No / No / No
Waterproof No / No / No / No / No
Material(s) Nylon
Dimensions
10 liter
7x15 inches
15 liter
8x18 inches
20 liter
9x20 inches
30 liter
11x22 inches
60 liter
14x24 inches
Weight
10 liter
1.7 ounces
15 liter
2.0 ounces
20 liter
2.4 ounces
30 liter
3.2 ounces
60 liter
4.1 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Toggle needs to be 'snapped' before it will work Just drove back to the Tustin store and told the guy at the counter I needed to return the bag because the toggle was just sliding up and down the string. He smiled and said that most of the staff didn't know that these new bags have toggles that come like that. To keep the spring from getting weak, if the item sits for a long time, the toggle is held open internally. You have to push hard as if you are opening the toggle to break a piece of plastic inside the toggle. After this the toggle will work. The salesman said toggles are starting to be made like this. This fixes what dorkwad75 was complaing about. And masterfully did surgery to fix. This is nowhere to be found on the REI packaging. I hope they fix that with the next printing. It would have saved a bit of gas.
Date published: 2015-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from new insights into spring toggle history for stuff In researching stuff sacks to try to determine what size I needed, I read a lot of reviews that referred to a poor toggle which needed to be replaced for sacks that were otherwise fine. I bought two 30L sacks, one had a perfectly fine spring toggle and the other one had a completely useless toggle. It would not compress and just slid along the drawstrings with little or no resistance. I decided to disassemble the faulty toggle and found that 2 jeweler's screwdrivers would allow the plunger part to be separated and it seems some foreign misinformed worker had attached both ends of the spring to the plunger so that it was completely compressed. A little digging with a screwdriver bit dug out the extreme end of the spring coil from the plastic, allowing the spring to extend and when reinserted into the outer case, now works as intended and the toggle is now fine and effective. By the way, the sack works well and the external cloth handle makes unpacking very easy, too.
Date published: 2014-09-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Little bigger than expected I have a North Face Dolomite 20ºF/-7ºC sleeping bag, and it usually took me 30 minutes to stuff it into the sack it came with, which was 8x17 inches. However, I finally researched and found out my bag was supposed to come with a 10x19 sack, which explains why it was so hard for me to stuff the bag inside. Looking for a cheap alternative, I went with the 9x20 inch (20L) REI brand stuff sack, since it was basically the same size as the sack that my sleeping bag was supposed to come with. It's a nice sack, but I found the 20L to be too big—it didn't squish it down enough for my backpack. The 8x18 (15L) probably would have been a better fit. In retrospect, I think I'm going to opt for a cinch sack instead to play it safe, though REI doesn't seem to carry any REI brand cinch sacks inside any stores in my area (only more expensive brands), so I might have to find one somewhere else to avoid shipping costs.
Date published: 2015-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best dirty laundry bag My girlfriend and I are always taking weekend trips and we reluctantly stuff our dirty clothes back into our bags alongside our clean ones. With as much hiking and outdoors stuff that we love to do, or impromptu swimming, it's nice to pack this bag along the way to use to stuff our dirty laundry in. It's thick and durable and can be as small as a coke can packed. It's wonderful and just the right size for our little getaways. We no longer have to worry about smelling up our clean clothes. We don't plan on using this for much else but I'm sure the possibilities are endless.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag to stuff and go! Just what I wanted in a stuff bag. Large opening allowed bag to be stuffed quickly. Large size accommodated everything I wanted to carry and yet it stuffed into a tight space. Draw cord kept everything in place until I needed access, and emptying was made easy with the built in handle on the bottom of the bag. Even the price was right for a good quality bag.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all around bag I had a 3 day hike coming up early March and noticed the temps were much lower than expected. I figured i needed to keep my boots warm since I just came off being sick. I purchased this sack last minute with that in mind. This bag housed my size 15 boots inside my mummy bag to keep them warm overnight.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a stuff sack I dislike the webbing handle on the bottom -- seems prone to tearing out. Designs incorporating a handle that affix the handle to the reinforced side seam are superior in this regard. Otherwise, it's a stuff sack. And when you don't have time to sew your own? Bought a bunch of these to simplify family backpacking. Each of my toddlers gets one to keep their clothes separate and they're all then stuffed into the enormous expedition sized backpack I carry on these sort of trips. They work fine.
Date published: 2016-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought for travel, not backpacking -works ok I wanted this for suitcase travel, to separate out dirty clothes from clean clothes without using plastic bags. It does that and it's definitely durable. The inside flap gives a nice close when you pull the cord. Cord is easy to work and the bag stays closed. I only wish they had these with a square bottom too. Even in a backpack, that could reduce the amount of "dead space."
Date published: 2017-06-12
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I have an REI sleeping bag that I bought circa 1969. It's two bags sewn together so that the seams are offset and has about 2 pounds of down. I need a new stuff sack, but I'm not sure which size is appropriate.

Asked by: stevesage
In order to determine the size stuff sack you need to measure the rolled dimensions of your sleeping bag. It is best to fold the sleeping bag in half and roll it up. Once the bag is rolled up you can measure the length and diameter of the bag and compare it to the stuff sack dimensions to determine the stuff sack size.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-29

What is the weight capacity of the bag? If I put 30 lbs of food in it and hang it in a tree will it rip? I understand it is not bear resistant - just wondering about the weight capacity.

Asked by: amf2017
This information is not available.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-17

Is this the one that is fleece inside?? Looking for that one so I can use it as a pillowcase, too!

Asked by: Sanaz
​No, this stuff sack is not lined with fleece.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

Would a 30l be the appropriate size for a standard rectangular adult sleeping bag plus maybe a small pillow ? Mainly need a carrying bag, not worried about compression. 

Asked by: Ktq
The 30L should be close to the right size.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can you please give the dimesion (3" x 16") in addition to the volumes of each stuff sack. Most helpful when trying to figure out if a soild and not a liquid will fit.Thanks.

Asked by: Deck Man
Dimensions, weight and gear capacity for the Durable Stuff Sack can be found by clicking on specs on REI.com.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-20

I have a 16'x10' tent. Would it fit in the 60L sack?

Asked by: Allison with the Truck Tent
We suggest measuring the dimensions of the tent while it is rolled or folded up and comparing them to the stuff sack dimensions in the specs tab. This will help you determine which size stuff sack will fit your tent.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-15

What are the dimensions of the 60L sack?

Asked by: GVF
The 60 liter size is 14" x 24". It also weighs 4.1 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is meant by "toggle needs to be activated"?

Asked by: foobarb az
The toggle that the cord goes through sometimes come from the factory in a "closed" or compressed position. To activate it, just squeeze it and the toggle will pop out to its normal functioning position.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Toggle needs to be 'snapped' before it will work Just drove back to the Tustin store and told the guy at the counter I needed to return the bag because the toggle was just sliding up and down the string. He smiled and said that most of the staff didn't know that these new bags have toggles that come like that. To keep the spring from getting weak, if the item sits for a long time, the toggle is held open internally. You have to push hard as if you are opening the toggle to break a piece of plastic inside the toggle. After this the toggle will work. The salesman said toggles are starting to be made like this. This fixes what dorkwad75 was complaing about. And masterfully did surgery to fix. This is nowhere to be found on the REI packaging. I hope they fix that with the next printing. It would have saved a bit of gas.
Date published: 2015-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from new insights into spring toggle history for stuff In researching stuff sacks to try to determine what size I needed, I read a lot of reviews that referred to a poor toggle which needed to be replaced for sacks that were otherwise fine. I bought two 30L sacks, one had a perfectly fine spring toggle and the other one had a completely useless toggle. It would not compress and just slid along the drawstrings with little or no resistance. I decided to disassemble the faulty toggle and found that 2 jeweler's screwdrivers would allow the plunger part to be separated and it seems some foreign misinformed worker had attached both ends of the spring to the plunger so that it was completely compressed. A little digging with a screwdriver bit dug out the extreme end of the spring coil from the plastic, allowing the spring to extend and when reinserted into the outer case, now works as intended and the toggle is now fine and effective. By the way, the sack works well and the external cloth handle makes unpacking very easy, too.
Date published: 2014-09-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Little bigger than expected I have a North Face Dolomite 20ºF/-7ºC sleeping bag, and it usually took me 30 minutes to stuff it into the sack it came with, which was 8x17 inches. However, I finally researched and found out my bag was supposed to come with a 10x19 sack, which explains why it was so hard for me to stuff the bag inside. Looking for a cheap alternative, I went with the 9x20 inch (20L) REI brand stuff sack, since it was basically the same size as the sack that my sleeping bag was supposed to come with. It's a nice sack, but I found the 20L to be too big—it didn't squish it down enough for my backpack. The 8x18 (15L) probably would have been a better fit. In retrospect, I think I'm going to opt for a cinch sack instead to play it safe, though REI doesn't seem to carry any REI brand cinch sacks inside any stores in my area (only more expensive brands), so I might have to find one somewhere else to avoid shipping costs.
Date published: 2015-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best dirty laundry bag My girlfriend and I are always taking weekend trips and we reluctantly stuff our dirty clothes back into our bags alongside our clean ones. With as much hiking and outdoors stuff that we love to do, or impromptu swimming, it's nice to pack this bag along the way to use to stuff our dirty laundry in. It's thick and durable and can be as small as a coke can packed. It's wonderful and just the right size for our little getaways. We no longer have to worry about smelling up our clean clothes. We don't plan on using this for much else but I'm sure the possibilities are endless.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag to stuff and go! Just what I wanted in a stuff bag. Large opening allowed bag to be stuffed quickly. Large size accommodated everything I wanted to carry and yet it stuffed into a tight space. Draw cord kept everything in place until I needed access, and emptying was made easy with the built in handle on the bottom of the bag. Even the price was right for a good quality bag.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all around bag I had a 3 day hike coming up early March and noticed the temps were much lower than expected. I figured i needed to keep my boots warm since I just came off being sick. I purchased this sack last minute with that in mind. This bag housed my size 15 boots inside my mummy bag to keep them warm overnight.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a stuff sack I dislike the webbing handle on the bottom -- seems prone to tearing out. Designs incorporating a handle that affix the handle to the reinforced side seam are superior in this regard. Otherwise, it's a stuff sack. And when you don't have time to sew your own? Bought a bunch of these to simplify family backpacking. Each of my toddlers gets one to keep their clothes separate and they're all then stuffed into the enormous expedition sized backpack I carry on these sort of trips. They work fine.
Date published: 2016-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought for travel, not backpacking -works ok I wanted this for suitcase travel, to separate out dirty clothes from clean clothes without using plastic bags. It does that and it's definitely durable. The inside flap gives a nice close when you pull the cord. Cord is easy to work and the bag stays closed. I only wish they had these with a square bottom too. Even in a backpack, that could reduce the amount of "dead space."
Date published: 2017-06-12
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Questions & Answers

I have an REI sleeping bag that I bought circa 1969. It's two bags sewn together so that the seams are offset and has about 2 pounds of down. I need a new stuff sack, but I'm not sure which size is appropriate.

Asked by: stevesage
In order to determine the size stuff sack you need to measure the rolled dimensions of your sleeping bag. It is best to fold the sleeping bag in half and roll it up. Once the bag is rolled up you can measure the length and diameter of the bag and compare it to the stuff sack dimensions to determine the stuff sack size.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-29

What is the weight capacity of the bag? If I put 30 lbs of food in it and hang it in a tree will it rip? I understand it is not bear resistant - just wondering about the weight capacity.

Asked by: amf2017
This information is not available.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-17

Is this the one that is fleece inside?? Looking for that one so I can use it as a pillowcase, too!

Asked by: Sanaz
​No, this stuff sack is not lined with fleece.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

Would a 30l be the appropriate size for a standard rectangular adult sleeping bag plus maybe a small pillow ? Mainly need a carrying bag, not worried about compression. 

Asked by: Ktq
The 30L should be close to the right size.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can you please give the dimesion (3" x 16") in addition to the volumes of each stuff sack. Most helpful when trying to figure out if a soild and not a liquid will fit.Thanks.

Asked by: Deck Man
Dimensions, weight and gear capacity for the Durable Stuff Sack can be found by clicking on specs on REI.com.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-20

I have a 16'x10' tent. Would it fit in the 60L sack?

Asked by: Allison with the Truck Tent
We suggest measuring the dimensions of the tent while it is rolled or folded up and comparing them to the stuff sack dimensions in the specs tab. This will help you determine which size stuff sack will fit your tent.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-15

What are the dimensions of the 60L sack?

Asked by: GVF
The 60 liter size is 14" x 24". It also weighs 4.1 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is meant by "toggle needs to be activated"?

Asked by: foobarb az
The toggle that the cord goes through sometimes come from the factory in a "closed" or compressed position. To activate it, just squeeze it and the toggle will pop out to its normal functioning position.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20
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