Extremely strong, ultralight 5L stuff sack with a reinforced circular base designed specifically for cooking kits (but equally suitable for insulated jackets and UL down sleeping bags).
Colour: Grey / Green
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|Brand / Manufacturer||Scramble|
|Equipment Category||Carry (Packs, Bags, Pouches)|
|Purpose||Cooking Kit, Insulated Jackets, Down Bags|
|Materials||40D High-Tenacity Silicone Coated Ripstop Nylon (60 gsm)|
|Properties||Strong, Water Resistant, Ultralight|
|Dimensions||Open: 15cm (D) x 35 cm (H), Stuffed: 15cm (D) x 30 cm|
|Package Weight (approx.)||50 g / 1.76 oz|
|Item Weight||25 g / 0.88 oz|
If Sea To Summit, Exped or any of the other manufacturers of ultralight stuff sacks made one to this specification, then Scramble surely wouldn't have bothered, but they don't so Scramble did.
Given away in the name, this stuff sack is specifically designed to hold cooking kits for long distance solo trekkers. It has a 15cm diameter circular reinforced base (the double layer reinforcement runs 10cm up the sides), is large enough to hold most solo pots and bowls, and has been designed to also hold a 500g gas canister with enough spare room for the day's food rations.
These stuff sacks are doubled-seamed (not doubled-stitched or over-locked) which creates a self-binding seam making them stronger and more water-resistant.
Although extremely strong, they weigh just 25g and are made from very high quality materials:
Fully stuffed they stand 30cm tall and have a 5L capacity.
Although intended for cooking kits these sacks will hold an ultralight down sleeping bag, a large down jacket or a medium weight synthetic jacket like the ~700g Keela Belay Smock (as used in the product photos above, size medium).