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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Wishoot, Mar 11, 2017.
That's really brilliant, although it might create lots of wrinkles, doesn't it?
Depends on the clothes but this works with jeans and sweaters without wrinkling.
I dont use actual packing cubes but pouches and pocket organizers and such. eitherway it works great
For clothing I have tried (and liked) the Packing Folder and ones like it. You can fit quite a bit of clothing (3 shirts, slacks, trunks), relatively wrinkle free, into a smaller backpack with plenty of room to spare.
How good do the shirts come out of the Eagle Creek folder? I need to take dress shirts and pants, but not a suit. Something more than a duffle, but less than a garment bag. They fit the bill?
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They work fine for me, The better care you take putting them in, the better the result. I think they are better than a garment bag for keeping them smooth.
Totally agree. They'll show a couple of extra creases on the body and sleeves but still come out looking smart enough to wear straight away.
Well, I've taken a few trips since I picked up my Ebag cubes and have had a chance to use them. I can definitely see a practical side to these things. I like the fact that everything stays in place and that the cubes are capable of a degree of compression. I haven't figured out a way to roll or fold my clothing to minimize wrinkles, but maybe in time.
I do not travel very much, so I do not have many packing cubes. I do use zip locks to protect books, magazines, my electronic gear, cell phone, and some miscellaneous items.
I use pouches for pens, lights, multi tools, and the like.
One bag travel sites will help with this.
They promote bundle packing.
I personally just roll things, and then when I get to the place I'm staying immediately hang them up.
Hanging them in the bath area during a steamy shower also helps relieve the wrinkles.
Some hotels even provide an iron if the wrinkles are really bad.
I have found that rolling produces less wrinkles that folding does.
I have 4 of them. I have 2 lg, 2med, and 1 small all from Eagle Creek. I have had the for about 15 years.. I use one for pants, the other lg for shirts and the 2 mediums are for sock, underwear and shorts. The small one I use for my cables and such.