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    Quote Originally Posted by bansheekitty View Post
    Jared's size options are;

    Available in 2 sizes - Standard & Winter
    - Standard - 13" Width
    - Winter - 20" Width

    Not sure whether that's diameter though. Would seem pretty big for a diameter.
    I'd shoot him an email to be sure. Meanwhile, I have the winter version for my 0 degree Enlightened Equipment Enigma TQ and HG 0 Degree Econ Incubator. It's a good fit, since the whole thing ends up in a drybag strapped on my winter pulk.

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    Huh, maybe the diameter will be 20 inches! I also got the winter width, as I'll be using a 0 degree underquilt, and topquilt that is currently 30 degrees but will be 0 degrees once I can afford a new topquilt on top of all the stuff I've bought recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bansheekitty View Post
    Jared's size options are;

    Available in 2 sizes - Standard & Winter
    - Standard - 13" Width
    - Winter - 20" Width

    Not sure whether that's diameter though. Would seem pretty big for a diameter.
    An affirmative answer from Jared would be best... but my assumption is that the "width" describes the tube laid flat... which would basically be equal to half the circumference. If that's correct, when filled, the diameter of the 20" version would be about 12.75"

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    Thank you!
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    My catch-all is getting delayed a bit since Ripstopbytheroll got backed up with orders, and mailed the fabric later than originally estimated. I appreciate the excellent communication from Jared however.

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    It came! Impeccable craftsmanship, as always. I love the color. There is some extra fabric with the 9 foot length - I think 8 feet would actually be perfect for a Ridgerunner. But a little bit of extra fabric isn't a big deal. For the record, this sack is holding my Ridgerunner with the Spindrift sock, a 0 degree full-length Lynx underquilt, a 30 degree topquilt, and a light Costco down blanket.

    I'm doing a short trip this weekend, and I'm going to *really* appreciate the catch-all when I'm not having to wrestle with the Spindrift to get my underquilt situated inside, particularly since I'll probably be getting in late and will be trying to beat sunset when getting my camp set up.
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    Looks awesome! With all that stuff packed inside guessing you went with a winter width? Next time you are packing it up would love to see how it looks ready to go into your backpack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adroa View Post
    Looks awesome! With all that stuff packed inside guessing you went with a winter width? Next time you are packing it up would love to see how it looks ready to go into your backpack.
    Yes, it's a winter width.

    Ha, you've hit on the crux of it. Quite a challenge to get it in my pack, although I have a large volume one. For this weekend I've managed to crunch it up enough inside a trash bag that it will fit in my pack with the rest of my gear (difficult though), but I've placed an order with REI for a large compression sack, and I hope that works better, and will let me have a little more room in the pack for other gear. After I get a good system going, I'll post pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bansheekitty View Post
    Hi, I'm planning to get a Catch-all sack for my Ridgerunner. I hung my Ridgerunner and measured it end to end, and it came out a bit less than 8 feet, so I'm assuming the 8 foot Catch-all would work. Has anyone ever gotten a Catch-all sack for their Ridgerunner?

    Thanks.
    Interesting idea, are you making it yourself or purchasing it? If you're purchasing, who's the vendor? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailBlaser View Post
    Interesting idea, are you making it yourself or purchasing it? If you're purchasing, who's the vendor? Thanks.
    It's the catch-all sack from Simply Light Designs.

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