|Rating:||8.9 / 10|
|Value for Money||2.0 / 2.5|
|Versatility||2.2 / 2.5|
|Weight||2.4 / 2.5|
|Durability||2.3 / 2.5|
Stuff sacks are designed to keep everything in one place as well as provide a minimal amount of waterproofing. When I have a fully loaded pack on a multi-day hike I will usually store my JetBoil stove in one of the side pockets of my pack to allow easy access to it for when I want a hot drink. Given that it contains a number of bits and pieces including a cigarette lighter, I prefer to have it inside a small stuff sack so its stays all in one place.
The Osprey 6 litre stuff sack is an ideal size and given that it has a bit of stretch in the material my stove fits quite nicely inside this little sack. My sack is a fluoro yellow so is pretty easy to find even when it is relatively dark as this is the only bag I have of this colour. There are a range of colours available but it’s really going to depend on what the stores are stocking at the time.
Many hikers won’t worry about putting their stove inside any sort of bag but I’m a bit obsessive this way. This bag can be used for just about anything where you don’t need a high degree of waterproofing
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 6L Poppy Orange
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 6L Shadow Grey
Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 6L Fluero Yellow
For keeping all the bits and pieces in one place
You can purchase the Osprey Ultralight Dry Sack 6L online fromWildfire Sports
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AUD $19.90 RRP
This review was done with product purchased from a retail store by Australian Hiker