Eagle Creek ™ Pack-it Organizers : Why You Won’t Take Another Trip Without One
Packing organizers have changed the way we pack our bags. Instead of cramming our belongings helter skelter, we can fit more stuff in less space with fewer wrinkles. Several companies make them but we think Eagle Creek™’s are the lightest and most durable with the best variety of sizes and shapes.
1. Pack Odds and Ends
Pack-It™ Quarter Cube
This perfect pouch holds all the objects that can easily get lost in a bag, like small electronics, cords, headsets, pens, notebooks, belts, camera and sunglasses. Once you’re ‘knick-knack’ cube is packed, it will become a permanent companion in your knapsack, briefcase, purse and gym bag. You won’t want to leave home without it.
2. Organize shirts
Pack-It™ Specter Folder 18"
How are you going to pack all those shirts without getting wrinkles? Easy peasy. Wrap your shirts or pants around a specially designed folding board and place them in a packing folder. They’ll stay neat and compressed, take up less space in your bag and go directly into the hotel closet.
3. Divide and conquer
Pack-It™ Clean Dirty Cube
Separating clean clothes from dirty and wet ones from dry is a cinch with this two-sided cube. You can pack your sweaty gym clothes and wet bathing suits and they won’t soil or wet the rest of your belongings. With a breathable compartment on one side and a water resistant one on the other, moisture and odors are contained. Problem solved.
4. Roll it
Pack-It™ Half Cube
Roll your T-shirts and sweaters in a cube for maximum compression and minimum wrinkles. The mesh top is breathable and you can see what’s inside. These cubes come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including a tube shaped and one just for shoes. The half cube is a good size for your underwear, socks, pajamas, scarves, ties and belts. Use different colours to be super organized and find stuff fast in your suitcase.
5. Pack Puffy Stuff
Pack-It™ compression sacs
Pack your favourite pillow! A compression sac saves up to 80% of the volume of bulky items. Just squeeze the excess air out of the bag using the one-way pressure valve. Your ski sweaters and duvet jacket won’t take up too much space in your luggage anymore.