the woobie weighs in at 1.5 lbs and both wool blankets weigh 5 lbs by the way. the woobie has 4 gutted paracord loops on the short side and 5 on the long side for a total of 14 loops - this lets you tie the ends together for a makeshift sleeping bag. check out the crazy stitching on those loops! typical over-built quality from this company...and it's real deal 100% made in the u.s.a. (berry amendment compliant!).
aside from the hefty price tag, those loops is (or should it be "are"?) my only complaint. if you look closely, the singed ends are pretty sharp/pointy. it's not like the typical rounded mushroom shape of a paracord end burned with a lighter. depending on which side i happen to have against my skin (look at my dear penthouse reference above - i sometimes sleep full commando ) when i toss and turn in the middle of the night that sharp end almost feels like a needle prick when it brushes against my skin.
the stuff sack is also made of rhinoskin but in coyote brown.
semi-transparent but tough. i snipped off a tiny piece from the excess material well past the stitching and i tried to rip it to shreds using pliers but couldn't rip them apart...sweetness.
closer look at the gutted paracord and cord lock of the stuff sack...i warned you i was going into insane details!
another size reference, this time with kifaru's hybrid top zip long pocket (see my kifaru g2 zxr backpack review for more details: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...-zxr-backpack.).
fits inside it just fine.
here it is "docked" on the zxr.
with a thermarest prolite plus large on another docked long pocket, i have my backpack's main compartment completely empty.
...for what? so i can carry a lot more booze and knives obviously! it's just how i roll
like all my reviews, i don't work or get freebies from these companies. i paid for them full retail with my own hard-earned money. i'm just sharing to you guys the stuff i found while testing/using them. if you work or have pull with any of these companies, by all means feel free to send booze or hookers my way - my review can be bought (not that i think anyone actually listens to them)