We've completely re-designed the compression sack from the ground up for increased durability and usability. All-in-one sewn compression sacks pull on seams and compromise the dry sack's waterproof integrity. We’ve made our Dry Sacks compression compatible because separate compression will never stress seams, resulting in a more reliably waterproof dry sack.
For those times where you need to maximize the space in your pack, simply add the Caps onto your already-compressed Dry Sack to keep it fully compressed and as small as possible.
Includes Compression Caps only. Dry Sack sold separately.
Select the size that matches your Zenbivy Dry Sack.
7L: 2.3 oz (65 g)
10L: 2.4 oz (68 g)
15L: 2.6 oz (74 g)
Caps: 30D Ripstop Nylon, Polyurethane coating
Straps: 20mm Nylon Webbing
7L Dry Sack fits all sizes of:
Light Bed 25°
Light Bed 40° Synthetic
10L Dry Sack fits all sizes of:
Light Bed 10°
Zenbivy Bed 25°
15L Dry Sack fits all sizes of:
Zenbivy Bed 10°
Zenbivy Bed 30° Synthetic
7L Set: 2.3 oz (0.07 kg)
10L Set: 2.7 oz (0.08 kg)
15L Set: 2.8 oz (0.08 kg)
7L Dry Sack: 46 cm x 16.5 cm diameter
10L Dry Sack: 51 cm x 18.5 cm diameter
15L Dry Sack: 59 cm x 21.5 cm diameter
30d ripstop nylon body, 75d Polyester bottom
When space is limited whether backpacking or motorcycling or even bicycling these compression caps are magnificent
I have a Zenbivy Light 25 sleep system, and while the compression caps do make the bundle smaller, the Zenbivy packs small enough (even without a dry sack) that this is overkill. But good to have for those days when I'm using a much smaller pack.
So much garbage!
Hi David, We are sorry to hear you're disappointed with your order. Again, if you would like to return your order for refund, please let us know and we'll help you through the process. Thank you. -Kylie
Purchase seemed alright although for the relatively high price I think the hood on the lite bed should have a draw string. Didn't like the pillow, it's expensive and the valve is poorly constructed. The pad mattress has a good on way valve but the pillow has a cheap valve that does "hold" the air in till you can close the flap stopper. My recommendation: use the same valve as on the mattress pad. Down in the quilt doesn't seem to loft enough to fill the tubes that it's in. In other words, the tubes can be stitched smaller or more down can be stuffed in each tube. Have yet to test if it gets anywhere near its rated cold level. My first impression, due to the lack of down loft, is that it won't.
Thanks for your suggestions, Todd! We always appreciate (and take into consideration) customer input.
The straps work as they should but since they are not attached, it's another small item I have to worry about loosing. 1 point taken for this reason and price. And yes I read the info on why not attached. More like another revenue stream to me and priced too high.
Hi Wanda, sorry to hear you were disappointed with the caps! We keep them as an optional and separate add-on because while some people like to keep their sleeping bag as small and compact as possible, others prefer the dry sack "au naturel", without compression straps at all. The velcro tab on the bottom attaches the caps to the dry sack so you don't lose them. Thanks so much for supporting Zenbivy! Please let us know if we can help with anything else.