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post #1 of 2 Old Apr 20th, 2012, 6:28 pm Thread Starter
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Stuff sack for R3 liners?

What do y'all use to keep your liners in for your Rallye 3 suits? I'm thinking of a small compression bag, but I'd rather not do the trial-and-error thing if someone's found a good solution.

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Re: Stuff sack for R# liners?

If anyone cares, I ended up with Granite Gear ToughSacks.....3 liter for the jacket liner, 2 liter for the pant liner. Makes it easy to stash the liners in the bags without worrying about screwing them up.

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