Kelty Compression Stuff Sack

Kelty Compression Stuff Sack
Kelty Compression Stuff Sack
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Compression Stuff Sack by Kelty
Instead of letting your sleeping bag take up your entire pack, stuff it into Kelty's Compression Stuff Sack and cinch it down tight for easy and efficient packing.

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SKU: KEL005R
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