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    Introducing the Big Pig

    Started selling these a few weeks ago but forgot to post it here, The Big Pig (18.5 L) is available as a double ended or a square bottom stuffsac in a variety of colors, it will hold a Heavy double XLC, 20deg Wooki XL, Underquilt protector, and 20deg topquilt. If your Wooki is a zero deg it will fit but you won't be able to fit two zero deg quilts.

    https://www.warbonnetoutdoors.com/pr...tuffsac-18-5l/

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    I like the name and how much this stuffsac can hold. Seems like a handy way to deal with everything while car camping, canoe camping, etc.
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    Different-colored drawstring on each end.

    D'oh! Why didn't I think of that before I made all the stuff-sacks I made? It's a nice way to quickly distinguish head-end from foot-end when setting up.

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    Alot of people like stuffing hammock, UQ and UQ protector/sock into one bag so nothing has to be disassembled, it then fits pretty nicely in the bottom of your pack.

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    What about a ridgerunner with TQ and UQ?

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    Yes, double layer Ridgerunner, Spindrift, and probably the same situation as the XLC setup above...it will hold either a single zero deg quilt or 20 deg UQ/TQ set

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    Have you considered making them of no-see-um mesh?

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    No,I haven't, my main concern would be the stress it's under when trying to get a couple quilts into it...They are made of breathable fabric already though.

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    Just a thought. I love my Lazy Slug Tube, it's made of no-see-um and that seems to help the quilts compress more after I shove it in the pack liner and cram other stuff on top. The Big Pig isn't nearly as big as LST so mesh would probably make no difference.

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