I'm thinking about the pencil roll, but I'm also curious about the other options. Help me figure out what to make. Thanks.
The slim stuff sack worked for me till I started leaving my line on the stake, now not so much. I have to have an oversized draw cord bag now. I'm interested to see what you come up with.
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I have one of Zpacks cuben tent stake sacks. Could be a bit smaller given I use mini groundhogs.
We just use the little draw string bags our cheap stakes came in at this point. Maybe use something different in the future. Can't wait to see what you come up with!
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I'm a fan of the "pencil roll". I've done a few, using various lighter weight fabric for the majority of the roll and reinforcing with a durable fabric (cordura, hyperD 300, etc) at the bottom of the roll.
I started using individual stiched pockets, sized for each individual stake, but have moved away from this since I keep my lines attached to my stakes. My current roll has 3 larger pockets which fit 4 stakes with cords on them and two very narrow pockets which fit a few very small titanium stakes without cordage.
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I store them, and hike with them, in a heavy duty commercial food storage bag with a zip top, no punching through these.
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