Waterproof Telecompression Bag
Waterproof and lightweight compression stuffsack with longitudinal webbing straps
- four lengthwise compression straps, Flat Valve and grab handle
- waterproof compression of sleeping bag and clothing
- protection against moisture, dust and dirt
The Waterproof Telecompression Bag is a lightweight, waterproof and versatile compression bag. It is ideal for dry stowage and compression of sleeping bags and clothing. The taped fabric reliably protects against moisture, dirt and dust.
By means of the four longitudinal compression straps, the contents are compressed in height to the minimum pack size. The Waterproof Telecompression Bag is very simple to use. With roll-top closure, a grab handle and a Flat Valve to purge excess air, it is extremely versatile. By attaching the Snozzel (sold separately), it can also be used as an efficient pump bag for Exped mats.
Three sizes and a white interior coating provide the best organization and overview.
M: 19 l
L: 36 l
M: 20.5 x 8.7 in
L: 25.6 x 11 in
Flat Valve compatibility
M: 3.9 oz
L: 5.1 oz
Oeko-Tex® 100 certified
Oeko-tex certified material
Oeko-Tex® is a testing and Certification system for raw materials and finished products. EXPED does not feature fully tested products. The listed products aren't certified under this standard. Only accordingly specified materials are certified.
Made in China: Jasper Outdoor Products
Founded in 1996, Jasper Outdoor Products is one of the world's leading manufacturers of outdoor products.
What does the distinction between "waterproof", "weatherproof" and "water repellent" mean?
All backpack fabrics used by EXPED are by definition "waterproof" due to their coating and have a water column of at least 1500 mm. The distinction therefore relates primarily to construction and processing:
In "water-resistant" backpacks, water can enter the backpack through the seams and through the zippers.
We define "weatherproof" as backpacks with a water column of at least 3000 mm, which also have water-repellent zippers to the main compartment and seam-taped seams. Although the zippers are very water repellent, water can enter through the zipper during heavy rains.
Our backpacks labeled "waterproof" have a water column of 3000 to 10'000 mm, are also seam sealed or welded, but use water repellent zippers only on exterior compartments, not on the main compartment. The main compartment of these models have a waterproof seal by means of a roll top. In these models, we do not refer to exterior compartments with zippers as "waterproof", but only as "weatherproof". No rule without exception: A 100% waterproof Drysuit zipper is used on the Tempest Duffles.