Sea to Summit eVent Dry Compression Sack
29,90 € – 45,90 €
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Sea to Summit Event Dry Compression Sack: Perfect for Backpacking
Looking for the perfect backpacking compression sack that is lightweight, compact, and waterproof? Look no further than the Sea to Summit Event Dry Compression Sack.
Featuring an innovative air-permeable eVent membrane at the bottom, this compression sack allows you to compress your gear without a physical valve, making it a lighter, simpler, and more reliable solution than traditional compression sacks. The waterproof seams, double stitching, and fully taped construction ensure that your gear stays dry no matter where your adventure takes you.
With a roll closure that doesn’t absorb moisture, reinforced stitching at all stress points, and a white interior for easy visibility of your contents, this compression sack is the perfect solution for backpacking, personal watercraft, or anywhere space is at a premium. And with the ability to compress from 3.3 to 1.3 litres, you can keep your gear as compact as possible without sacrificing protection.
Don’t settle for a subpar compression sack on your next adventure. Upgrade to the Sea to Summit Event Dry Compression Sack and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your gear is safe and protected. Plus, with a replaceable buckle on the roll closure, this compression sack is built to last.
- Height folded: 215 mm
- Height in use: 150 mm
- Length packed: 55 mm
- Length in use: 350 mm
- Width packed: 140 mm
- Width in use: 150 mm
- Gross weight with packaging: 245 g
- Net weight: 107 g
Sea To Summit
Sea to Summit began in 1983 when Roland Tyson, a young outdoor enthusiast, started making lightweight outdoor products on an antique sewing machine in his bedroom in Perth, Western Australia. By 1991, after outfitting the first ascent of Mt. Everest, Sea to Summit was born.
Roland's passion and talent for creating cutting-edge outdoor equipment took him to the remote Australian outback and eventually the Himalayas, where he put his inventions to the ultimate test. In 1993, Penny Sanderson joined Sea to Summit, bringing her passion for exploration and innovation. They traveled extensively, testing products and iterating on designs.
Today, Sea to Summit is a successful global brand, with Penny and Roland's love of travel and design as the foundation. They still own and manage the company and are involved in everything from developing materials to delivering high-quality gear to customers around the world.