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A compression sack is a bag that is used to compress the contents so it will fit in a smaller space - great for backpacking, or even just to save a little space in your suitcase when you're going on holiday.

Compression sacks are particularly useful for sleeping bags as they can take up quite a bit of space. So compressing them down and removing the air inside the bag will really allow you to make it much smaller, compared to using a stuff sack.


Compression sacks often have straps that go along the sides and ends that can be tightened to compress your sleeping bag even more.

If you have a sleeping bag with a lot of loft, such as an 800+ fill down bag, a compression sack can help you squeeze the bag down into its smallest possible size by pushing out all the air. They can help protect your expensive sleeping bag from dust and dirt, and using compression bags and stuff sacks can make it easier to keep your gear organised while you’re travelling.


Changing robeshave become increasing popular in recent years. But what exactly are they? Originally invented so surfers and swimmers could get undressed while protecting their modesty, this half-towel, half-jacket hybrid is super practical when doing any outdoor activities where you might need to change, likecamping. But Dryrobes can take up quite a bit of space in your luggage, so a compression travel bag is a great way to compress your warm changing robe into the smallest size to travel.

Compression bags are the ultimate way to compress down sleeping bags, towels, or clothing to make them as small as possible when luggage space is limited. And they're particularly useful on flights and trips, or even just to store items in at home to make them more compact.