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Discussion in 'Camping Toys' started by ClearwaterBMW, Jun 8, 2007.
Maybe I'll stop camping and all I'll need is a tank bag and a camelbak
Wth the new sleeping bag I had to buy I got a new compression sack which is a new style that packs oblong instead of squishing down a tube. It packs more nicely in my duffel. My tent-has the same style compression sack. Packing is improving.
I'd be interested to find something like that. The big ball of a bag mine compresses to is a bit odd to pack.
This is the one I got, it compresses way down to an oblong unlike the photo. Won’t be home for 3 weeks to take a pic
I've been using these compression bags for several years. They're semi-rectangular in shape and fit very nicely in my Pelican cases.
I have one of those and really like it. Sadly, it went MIA when I moved recently. It's here somewhere...
I like that. What size would you recommend for a sleeping bag - I'm thinking at least 20L (and that has 3 straps instead of 2, according to someone on Amazon).
Hmm. Mine is a smaller one. 6 or 8 liters. I like cos of the shape, but it isn't going to compress like the cylindrical ones. It's just a different animal and not meant to compress as much. Keep that in mind. You might need to buy one and try it planning to return if needed. Sorry I can't be more help.
this is my setup for 1 night or many nights
and at camp...
Cheap $7 liner from Walmart, does a good job protecting down sleeping bags. about the size of a pop can.
My new 40° summer bag fits in the 8l size
Where do you hide the wooden table on your bike ?
I have a little aluminum table in my duffel
Who makes that little folding table that turns two panniers into a larger table?
I'm thinking I can get one manufactured somehow, but it won't be a light. Would be pretty sweet to keep things off the ground and have a good working surface for cooking, etc.
You can just see my little table in this pic
I have the same table. took it to a local seamstress and had her make a cordura bag for it with loops, so I can strap it down to the top of a pannier. Damn bag coats more than the table....lol.
That is kinda where I'm at. I want a new small bag, but I love my big old bag too much. It is a surplus German flektar bag. Love that thing, had it since highschool and just can't part with it.