Sea to Summit Ultra-sil Stuffsacks

Weighs 21g (9 Litre size)
Code: OC821V
  • From £8.99
  • (FREE Delivery on orders over £15)
+ In Stock Now | Usually dispatched within 24 hours

Tiny near weightless and with a slippery finish Sn240 stuff sacks make organising your gear easy and keeps your pack light. 

All of the stuffsacks - even the XS one - have a round base with a grab handle sewn securely into the base. A Hypalon grommet helps keep tying off neat. The fabric is waterproof but the seams aren`t sealed - so there`s a degree of protection from the elements - for completely waterproof sacks check out STS `Ultrasil Drysacks`.

  • 30 denier ripstop Siliconised Cordura
  • 1/3 lighter than regular stuff sacks
  • High tear strength
  • Slippery finish for easy packing
Sn240 Stuff Sack XS27cm high x 14cm diameter13g4 Litres
Sn240 Stuff Sack S30cm high x 17cm diameter17g6.5 Litres
Sn240 Stuff Sack M34cm high x 18cm diameter21g9 Litres
Sn240 Stuff Sack L40cm high x 21cm diameter28g15 Litres
Showing our 1 review for Sea to Summit Ultra-sil Stuffsacks. Write a review ›
Review Summary - 4 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
March 30, 2018 | Felix Little
Ultra slick

Bags within bags, who knew it could be so good? I have 2 of these, an 8 litre which I could cram all my clothes in (except the ones worn), including my down jacket, for a 4 month wild camping trip with nights of -1 to 5 celsius, and I could still roll and close it properly - roll it up and CRAM it in! The other 13 litre I used for my sleeping bag just for extra room to maintain the loft. Both fit snugly into my 56 litre pack with room for hammock under blanket tarp, food & water, plus essentials. Despite grabbing the opening in one hand and shoving with the other these babies show no sign of wear except some discolouration, from flecks of sap and the like. So far no material stress, uber waterproof, beads on the surface always slip off, so throw that rain cover in the donation bin or make a tarp out of it, these bags make organisation easy which saves time for the good stuff, and with 2 you're sorted, more would suggest unnecessary stuff - but then I'm sparse of electricals. Sharp corners may be an issue and they're a bit pricy but real top quality item that for me, with borderline care (as in not aiming to destroy the thing) they've held up fantastically. Definitely recommend.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited