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Granite GearToughsacks

The name says it all.

Keep your favorite fleece or sleeping pad secure in one of the super lightweight and water-resistant Granite Gear Toughsacks as you travel the most rugged trails on the globe. They withstand rips and snags on trees and will keep out most water when the monsoon hits early. This year’s Toughsacks (2010) are lined with a white pigment so you can easily find and grab a pair of dry socks from the bottom.

  • Toughsacks 11L Tall and 16L Tall are long and narrow for sleeping pads
  • Toughsacks come in assorted colors, so we’ll surprise you with red, blue, or yellow
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Do you have a stuff sack that my ex ped mega mat would fit?

Hey Jennifer, I've emailed you the answer for this! Thanks!

Have many, very good price

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have many stuff sacks, by many brands (REI, OR, Osprey), and I end up using the 3 liter Granite Gear on all trips. I carry my mug, spoon, and nalgene sugar container in one, and toiletries in another. The white interior does allow you to see what you are looking for, but other than at night you probably won't need it. Just purchased the 16 liter long and am carrying a Prolite 4 sleeping pad in it; it's well made and durable.

Sturdy stuff sack

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I initially bought this to hold my sleeping pad ... of course the sack is too small (I think my pad is destined to remain free), but it worked GREAT for holding other items. Durable material and high-quality construction. Would recommend these for any multiple purpose need.

Unanswered Question

Which size would fit my REI 2 person...

Which size would fit my REI 2 person tent?

Tough indeed

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Heavy duty stuff sack. The seams look bulletproof, and the white lining does make it easier to find stuff in there.

These Toughsacks are tough enough

    They are certainly built tough. I pack in my 3season tent without worries of this sack bursting. I recommend them, but I wish we get to choose the color.

    What is the warranty on the Toughsack that...

    What is the warranty on the Toughsack that is eighteen months old and now has become sticky on the interior of the bag, and the stickyness is not removable with soap and water. The bag is now no good for storing my two hundred dollar down sleeping bag........I have a second toughsack bought at the same time, handled the same way, and is not sticky on the white interior of the bag.

    The Toughsack, like all other Granite Gear, has a lifetime warranty on materials and workmanship. Contact Granite Gear for information on how to return it to them for warranty assessment.

    can this sack be used to put a fleece...

    can this sack be used to put a fleece sleeping bag inside and then attached to a backpack with d rings?

    You can definitely put a fleece sleeping bag in one of these and strap it to a pack.

    Will any of these be big enough for my...

    Will any of these be big enough for my Thermarest Dreamtime self-inflating mat?

    Hey Geoff, non of these toughsacks will fit your Dreamtime.
    The large Dreamtime is packed at 66 x 28 cm.
    The longest toughsack is 62 x 19.

    Good, but not great...Great's already taken!

      I just received my Toughsack (size #1) along with an assortment of Sea to Summit Seam Sealed stuff sacks. I was expecting to like the Sea to Summit ones better, so I got more of them and only one of these. And, well, I was right. The Sea to Summit stuff sacks are better designed, waterproof, and they seem just as tough. And they're practically the same price. So, although the Granite Gear sack is fine for a simple stuff sack, why not get a lot more for your money with the Sea to Summit ones?

      I gotta slumberjack sleeping bag and I...

      I gotta slumberjack sleeping bag and I lost the stuff bag. Any ideas on which bag would fit it. The stuff sack originally was a little bigger than a footbal? If that helps

      you would probably be safe with a 5L toughsack. but, depending on how old your original stuff sack was, you may be better served by calling the manufacturer of your bag. my mountain hardwear compression sack ripped out at the seams and they replaced it for free.

      Always Handy

        I have multiple colors and sizes of these types of bags, always handy... I have printed out a laminated card that I keep in my top pack of my backpack which tells me what stuff I have stored into what different colored bags and use these same colors every time I go backpacking... this way I don't have to try and remember or dig for the kitchen stuff or fire starter or first aid, etc...

        Will the 11LTall Toughsack fit an REI Camp...

        Will the 11LTall Toughsack fit an REI Camp Bed 3.5 Self-Inflating Pad?

        No, the REI camp bed's (regular) packed size is 15.875cm x 66.04cm... and the (large) is 22.86cm x 76.20cm... the end of it would poke out the end like the therm-a-rest in the picture...


          I have a bunch of the smaller sizes that work great for keeping stuff organized and packing. Nothing fancy, but they do what they're supposed to.

          Hey will the 16L Tall work for a Thermarest...

          Hey will the 16L Tall work for a Thermarest Ridge Rest foam sleeping pad?

          Depending on which Ridge Rest you have, Solar or SOlite... only the regular Solar will fit (and the 23L will fit these better) and only the small/regular SOlite will fit (also the 23L will fit this mat better than the 16L tall)...

          Will come in handy

            Toughsacks will come in handy to carry things in the boat this summer and stash in the glovebox. Glad the size is small enough for that. Will hold a camera, keys, and loose change, all in one place with ease!

            Use em on every trip

              Durable and lightweight with multiple uses. Use 1) Keep your dirty clothes from the clean ones. Use 2) Stuff your coat into the sack and use for a pillow. Use 3) Pack food and hang from a tree to keep the critters at bay. Use 4) Anyone need a trash can? Use 5) Stuff whatever stuff you want to stuff.