Just as an fyi - those are great to use when travelling, but storing sleeping bags (“real” ones that you’d use backpacking … not the ones kids would use for sleepovers) is very bad for their insulating properties. Directions say to store loosely - not compressed.
Thanks. Yeah, my kids have cheap sleeping bags for living room sleepovers.
I wish Amazon had a comparison between all the sizes (15L, 20L, etc). I’m not sure which size I’d need to compress clothes for travel, and if it would be better to get one sack for shirts and one for shorts/pants.
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