Sn240 Ultra-light Compression Sack


Sn240 Ultra-light Compression Sack
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Sn240 Ultra-light Compression Sack
Manufacturer Sea to Summit
Page By Hotoven
Page Type May 15, 2009 / May 15, 2009
Object ID 6124
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Great lightweight compression sack!

I have used this sack many times, and every time I use it I can not get over how light but durable this sack is. I load it up, and crank it tight and feel like I'm going to rip the light fabric to pieces. Surprisingly it shows no sign of wear or abuse proving its durability. I have the medium size one and put everything in it, food, clothing, med kit, hats, water bottles, you name it. No matter the shape it will get compressed. (unless your "That guy" who takes rocks with him, your not going to compress those)


It has a slippery lining on the outside of the bag which makes it easy to pull out and push into your backpack.

It is very adjustable and this means its flexible with whatever type of gear you choose to put in it.

This compression sack does everything you want a compression sack to do, theres no doubt about its excellences, performance, versatility and durability.

More Features
“Flip-Top-Lid” design prevents strap tangling

30D Diamond Ripstop Siliconized Cordura®

4 straps for even compression

Extra long straps so these sacks can really be filled to capacity

Bar tack reinforced stress points

Pull handle on the bottom

Slippery finish for easy packing

Comes assorted in several great colors

Description Size Weight Volume
Siliconized Compression XS 5.5” x 14” 2.4 oz 6 Ltr to 2 Ltr
Siliconized Compression Small 7” x 16” 2.6 oz 10 Ltr to 3.3 Ltr
Siliconized Compression Medium 8” x 18” 3.0 oz 15 Ltr to 5 Ltr
Siliconized Compression Large 9” x 20” 3.3 oz 20 Ltr to 6.5 Ltr
Siliconized Compression XL 10.5” x 23” 4.1 oz 30 Ltr to 10 Ltr



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Hotoven - Feb 2, 2010 12:59 pm - Voted 5/5

Very Dry
I keep my sleeping bag in it in-case my backpack gets a leak in the cover. Its super light and easy to use. Just be gentle with it, they seem to be fragile even though non of my bags have given my a problem. The fabric just seems so thin.

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