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ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 4, 2019

based on 121 reviews

We have checked tens of reviews and found 15 reasons to buy the Cyclone - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

87% of the reviewers give the ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (63%)
Good (24%)
Average (5%)
Poor (5%)
Bad (2%)

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Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone:

Reviewers like these things about the ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone

  • A lot of users find it well built, providing huge storage space for a lot of items and lasts for a couple of years.
  • Others find it the perfect stuff sack for their sleeping bag.
  • Some users love how the sack provides good protection from everyday dirt when going camping.
  • Other reviewers thought it's a very durable material with quality craftsmanship.
  • Some campers thought the straps are strong and the sack works like a charm.
  • A lot of hikers love how the three tension straps allow them to reduce the circumference of the tent very effectively.
  • Some reviewers thought the fabric seems tough without being overly bulky.
  • Others are pleased to find the stitching strong and tripled up at points of likely stress.
  • Some users appreciate the mesh storage bag that comes with it which can also be used to carry damp items.
  • A number of users love how it shrinks their large bags to a manageable level and the straps provide a secure method of attaching it to a backpack.
  • Others particularly noted that the stuff sack itself is stitched well.
  • Some users thought the bag seems to be fairly tough .
  • A number of users love how this sack takes up little space and super easy to use.
  • One user said that the intelligent thing about the ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone is that you end up with a shape that fits into your pack.
  • A lot of users recommend this to anyone looking for a quality sack that will perform well for their outdoor adventures.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users said it doesn't compresses completely and efficiently.
  • Others are disappointed to find it's not water resistant.


Crowdsourced specs across all ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight1 oz (0.5 kg)
Length iconLength19 in (48 cm)
Width10 in (25 cm)
Height10 in (25 cm)


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The ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone ranks #3 compared with the other ALPS Mountaineering bags.

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The ALPS Mountaineering Cyclone ranks #2179 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Last updated on July 04, 2019