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    Spindrift stuff sack?

    Just got my spindrift for my RR (woot!) and am wishing instead of the separate bag that it shipped with it instead came with a slightly larger double ended stuff sack so I could get the RR + spindrift in it.

    It'll all go in the original RR bag but it feels like I'm forcing it and I can't imagine trying to do this in the dark or in the rain. :\

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    Have you considered making a double-ended stuff sack? It's easy to do and there are plenty of plans and instructions around here to guide you.

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    Or, if you don't want to sew, buy a bigger double-ended stuff sack...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutzelbein View Post
    $20 for a stuff sack!? I need to get into the stuff sack business apparently, for about $3 and 10 minutes I can have one of those finished sitting in front of me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiteyF View Post
    $20 for a stuff sack!? I need to get into the stuff sack business apparently, for about $3 and 10 minutes I can have one of those finished sitting in front of me...
    Go ahead -- I'm sure you could sell a lot of stuff sacks for $3. All the other big stuff sacks I know of are more expensive (SLD $24.95, WL $49,95). They probably all want to get rich quick with their overpriced stuff sacks

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    Of course you can make your own stuff sack for about 3$. No problem at all.
    But if you want to live from making stuff sacks, pay taxes, pay the people who sell and ship them et cetera you will have to increase the price.
    Are down under quilts made in Australia?

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