Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can
Big Agnes Trash Can

Big Agnes Trash Can

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Packable, durable Trash Can for outdoor adventures

Like many of our best ideas, the Trash Can was born on the trail. With trail litter stuffed in his jacket pockets and camp trash crammed into his pack, Big Agnes founder Bill Gamber dreamt up a simple product that hikers and backpackers could use to remove trash from public lands. Available in various sizes, packing out camp waste and trail litter is simple with the Trash Can, and a portion of sales support the Leave No Trace™ Center for Outdoor Ethics, to help support trail stewardship in the outdoor community. Thank you for helping clean up our public lands!


  • Durable and lightweight construction stuff sack with external attachments, designed to store trash on the outside of your pack.
  • Recycled ripstop shell fabric stuff sack with secure top for tight closure.
  • Nylon liner provides double-wall protection for messy trash and easy cleaning.
  • Affix to your pack, vehicle, or anywhere at camp with hook and bungee attachments.
  • Available in four sizes for different outdoor applications:.
  • 2L: Hip belt sized for easy picking-up of small items along the trail - with loops for easy attachment to nearly any pack.
  • 7L: Perfect for hanging on a backpack - tested by Big Agnes employees to hold up to 36 crushed aluminum cans.
  • 18L: Backpacking trash can to keep group campsite tidy and pack it out - with four bungee attachment points for secure mounting in various positions.
  • 50L: Oversized for large groups and car camping - featuring stiffeners to maintain open shape for easy disposal of trash and external buckled strap for attachment.
  • Keep trails clean and support a great cause - a portion of sales support the Leave No Trace™ Center for Outdoor Ethics.


  • 2L:
    • Trail Weight: 57g
    • Dimensions: 7 x 13 x 20cm
  • 18L:
    • Trail Weight: 114g
    • Dimensions: 18 x 25 x 44cm


  • Shell: recycled, GRS certified high tenacity nylon Mipan® regen robic with solution dyed ripstop grid.
  • Tough, lightweight fabric with 1500mm Ultra Tear Strength (UTS) coating.
  • Lining: nylon taffeta.

* Bottles and packs in product images used for illustration purposes only, and are not included.

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Big Agnes


At our core, we want to inspire you to get outside and find the same appreciation for the backcountry we have.

Big Agnes started over 20 years ago with the goal to build better gear to get people out camping. It was a simple idea rooted in providing comfort to brave souls sleeping in the backcountry and keeping them on their sleeping pad. Who could have imagined two decades later we would be making award-winning gear, changing the sustainability game with solution-dyed tent fabrics, and helping you haul all that gear in backpacks?

Based in a ski town in northwestern Colorado, our backyard is an outdoor paradise, and our testing grounds are within sight of our office. The Continental Divide Trail is home to some of our favorite trails for skiing, hiking, and mountain biking; the Mount Zirkel Wilderness beckons us with its high alpine summits. The Yampa River flows a stone’s throw from our office; and on most lunch hours the office is quiet enough to hear a pin drop while we’re out finding fresh air or fresh tracks of one kind or another.

Being surrounded by outdoor recreation makes us appreciate our environment every time we get outside. We strive to incorporate practices from design ideation to end-of-life solutions committed to protecting the outdoors. Our social impact is greater than the gear we manufacture. We partner with over 20 organizations that help protect our public lands, support sustainable practices, and lead in equality and inclusivity.

Our urge to sleep under the stars and breathe fresh moun­tain air is what continually drives us and keeps us motivated. In the end, the bluebird summits and nights spent listening to raging creeks or even highway noise have made the journey awesome, and truth be told, we wouldn't want it any other way.

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