Posted by Tommy on 23rd Dec 2015
Had one bag that was stitched wrong,Bottom stitch caught the side of the bag about 2 inches up the side not sure how to fix yet,no fault of Bens. Other bag great bags would buy again,use a lot an love them. Tommy
Posted by Ken on 18th Jul 2014
Presently I have this little stuff sack holding the paracord and shock cord that I use for hanging my hammock but I'll probably swap it out for a lesser bag and use this for something else more demanding or else the next time I place an order with Ben's Backwoods I'll probably order one or two more. I know I'll be buying one the next size up to hold the cook kit that I'm building around the eight cup Billy.
I really don't know what else one could ask from a stuff sack; it's made of sturdy water proof fabric and is strongly and neatly sewn together with a flap to prevent water getting in at the drawstring end and a sturdy loop handle at the bottom.
This bag could be used to hold almost anything but I've been thinking of using it as a "Goto" bag to hold my first aid kit and fire making supplies and a few other miscellaneous but necessary things.
I know that with reasonable care and usage I can look forward to getting years of service out of this bag.
Posted by Grys Baard on 16th Feb 2014
I bought one of these just to carry in my daypack, as I am one of those who tends to come home from the woods with more than I started with, and I wanted something other than a plastic zip bag. This stuff sack is neatly put together with strong seams, it is waterproof and virtually weightless, and it takes up very little space when empty. This little 6" x 11" bag is handy for collecting tinder, nuts, or even garbage if you need to pack some out. I have not tried it yet for holding wet stuff, but would not hesitate to do so. When empty and flat, it can be spread on damp ground to give you a dry place to sit, although a slightly larger bag might work better for this purpose. I added this stuff sack to my order as an afterthought, but I am glad to have it.
Posted by Ron on 14th Jan 2014
I debated adding this to my 12 cm Billy Can purchase. I'm glad I did. Keeps the soot from the can out of my pack, and it also holds some Ramen, coffee packets, and some fire fixins. Of course the inside of the can holds quite a bit too