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    Country Roads's Avatar
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    I just bought one of the size large roll top dry bags from Z-packs to use. It does compress the quilts decently. Both my summer quilts and B-Bird fit in it. Both my 3season quilts fit too. I did seam seal the bag, since I want it as part of my Keep dry system for the quilts.

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    Senior Member E.A.Y.'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbobshinigin View Post
    Keep in mind, I am only trying to fit in a 30 degree TQ and a JRB Nest. My hammock is in a pouch on its own. I feel like the 10L bag should be adequate for both quilts. And it shoul fits in the sleeping bag compartment at the bottom of my bag.
    10l ought to do.
    No way a 20l will fit (unless it is 1/2 empty then see above).
    Unless you have a HUGE pack. Which I bet you don't.

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    I got that sack in a medium (14 L) and it is perfect for both my TQ and UQ. With the TQ only it gets down to about the size of a volleyball, with both its a few inches longer, but I only have a 2/3 size UQ. I'm glad I didn't get a smaller size, the medium works great and is easy to stuff and compress. Nice thing too that it is waterproof, as my Baltero Z65 pack doesn't have a separate compartment for the sleeping bag. I figure the sack will protect my down from spills.

    And, my TQ is a 20 deg Revelation X from enLightened equipment, in their largest size.
    Hangin' round beats on the ground...
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    Bob

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    I got the 10L version and just tried it. It is fairly tight, and the quilts are compressed a lot but it works fine and fits into my lower compartment. A 12 would be perfect but a 14 would work as well.

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