I bought bought both the small and medium sacks for my down sleeping bags. The small works well for a 40 degree down bag (I use it with the Kelty 40 down), and the medium works well for 20 and 32 degree down bags (I use it with a Kelty Coromell 20-degree down and a Kelty Cosmic women's 32-degree down).
The compression sacks are a nice size (not too small and not too big) for their applications. They seem to be well made, although only time will really tell. Overall, I like these compression sacks more than others I've tried.
I bought this for my nephew's upcoming Boy Scout camping trip. His sleeping bag fit perfectly in the XL stuff sack. He is pretty tall and wears XXL clothing. The real test comes this weekend when he takes it to the woods.
I didn't realized just how ofter I used my compression bag until my car was broken into this past summer and it was stolen, I longed for having one on my next few road trips. Road trips and visiting friends; Bringing my bedding is always a plus, I can fit my entire down comforter, sheets and a pillow into my compression bag and have it take up only minimal space in my car and all your bedding is one easy to grab place.
Backpacking; It's perfect for putting my tent and sleeping bag/gear for maximizing space in my backpack.
So happy that I finally replaced my compression bag!
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend