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    Does Warbonnet Include Stuff Sacks?

    Greetings,

    I just pulled the trigger about 5 days ago on a WBBB XLC, quilts and tarp and after placing the order, wondered if they came with stuff sacks or whether I need to order them separate.

    Does Warbonnet include sacks with your purchase, or are they al a carte?

    Thanks!
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    Yes it will have a stuff sack
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    Yes.

    Every item that come from WarbonnetGuy come with a stuff sack. The hammock sack open up both sides.
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    They send stuff sacks but they're all way bigger than they need to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 420HKR View Post
    They send stuff sacks but they're all way bigger than they need to be.
    This isn't necessarily a bad thing.
    For my particular way of packing, the somewhat loose, softer WB sacks allow the item to better fit into the nooks and crannies of my pack. Tightly stuffed sacks seem to pack like a bunch of round lumps, wasting the the little bit of space between the adjacent lumps.
    Your packing results my vary, pack your own pack.
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    not only do they provide a stuff sack, its a really , really nice stuff sack! (everything they make is so nice!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 420HKR View Post
    They send stuff sacks but they're all way bigger than they need to be.
    I like the Warbonnet stuff sack sizes.
    My icy cold hands prefers when I don't have to squeeze something into a tight stuff sack.
    And a more spacious stuff sack will allow me to fill my backpack in a more efficient way than with tightly packed "sausages".
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    The sack that came with my edge tarp was four times bigger than it needed to be. That's excessive.

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    Seems the general consensus is that most members like large sacks?
    I couldn't resist. But yes I also prefer not to have my gear pack like a bunch of softened boulders.
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