Organization of a garment bag in a pack

Verified Buyer Reviewed by WIAB from Northern AZ on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
No matter how often you travel GET ONE OF THESES SYSTEMS! I've been using the Samsonite version for a couple of years and LOVE it. With this folder I can now take a hiking pack instead of only a rolling carry-on, and my business clothes will arrive pressed the way I put them into my bag, or better if they went in a little wrinkled. The Eagle Creek version has only one line of Velcro on the main flap, which isn't nearly as good as with two so you can tighten one at a time to get it nice and compacted. I'll be adding this myself so that it works the way I'd like it.

Also, I find the size of the Pack-It 15 a little small and the Pack-It 20 a little too big. I'll be trimming down the plastic a little so I can get it to fit in the rolling carry on sideways. The Eagle Creek is better than the Samsonite version because of better and thicker material, which makes the modifications worth it.

Overall, measure your suitcase and preferred backpack for width and height and see if this will fit. If it does you won't be sorry your clothes make it neatly, even after running down a few city blocks in New York with my Osprey pack.....dress shirts for work unwrinkled!
  • Best Uses: Everything
  • Cons: Poor closure design, Weird dimensions
  • Describe Yourself: Career, Comfort-Oriented, Modern, Practical, Serious about outdoors, Stylish, Travels for business freq
  • Primary use: Business
  • Pros: Easy To Carry, Easy To Identify, Good Capacity, High Quality
  • Travel Frequency: 20+ Annual Trips
  • Was this a gift?: No
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