We travel with a large one of these compression bags in each of our packs. They are huge; but, of course, they cinch down to a smaller size if we don’t have much to put in them. We primarily use them for clothing. The bags have successfully kept our clothes dry throughout our travels, and have created more space in our packs. They have not torn or shown any wear during a year of continuous use.
The unique thing about these bags, for those unfamiliar with them, is that they are made of a material that breathes air outward, but is still waterproof. The result is a combination dry bag and compression sack. It works well.
The eVent Compression Dry Sack is a winner. You should have at least one in your kit bag.
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