Deuter Dirt Bag 2023 - 2020 Review by The Good Ride
The Deuter Dirt Bag is a great reusable stuff sack that can be a good backcountry trash bag, or can double as a storage bag. The Dirt Bag holds up to 8 liters, and can pack down to almost nothing when empty. It is easy to attach to the outside of your pack, or stuff into a pocket for later use.
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How This Review Happened: Steph owns this bag.
Weight: .25 lbs
As you can see in the video, the Dirt Bag can pack down to a very small ball of fabric. It is lightweight too, so it is easy to bring along on any trip.
The Deuter Dirt Bag is made with a light material that is waterproof and seems pretty strong.
This bag is easy to use. The roll top closure is simple. It has a plastic clip at the top of the roll top for easy closure. And a plastic D ring for easy attachment to whatever you want.
If you are looking for a plastic free, reusable trash bag, or just a cool stuff sack the Deuter Dirt Bag might work for you. You can pack up to 8 Liters of whatever you want in here, and the fabric is waterproof as well.
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