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Dchromey

Sleeping basin sleeping bag compartment

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Hey CC!

 

I have a -25 down sleeping bag from feathered friends. I'm trying to get it compressed so that it will fit in my sleeping bag compartment. I have a sea to summit large compression sack. I got it all the way down, all the sides pulled to the max but it is still fairly big enough that I cannot put it in the compartment. Any help with this situation would be nice. Do I need a different compression sack? I have a anther osprey 70 for a backpack.

 

Thanks CC!

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