Reviewed by J.E. the traveler from Mississippi on Sunday, August 3, 2014
I travel quite frequently and I would have the cleaners starch and pack my dress shirts. The travel folder was easy to use. I was able to fold my own shirts and pack them in the folder. I also was able to pack my pants and casual shirts as well. The only problem is that now I need a smaller suitcase since this uses the bare minimum of space! I wish I had found out about this earlier.
Reviewed by Traveling Teacher from Colorado on Friday, June 27, 2014
This is an older version of the Eagle Creek Pack-It folders. I think their newest ones are in very lightweight fabrics. This is a tough, durable, but not extremely lightweight version. (Not heavy either, but not parachute thin like their newer ones.) Easy to use. Fits about 12 items. I packed my "bottoms" in this one--2 skirts, 2 shorts and 7 pairs of capris and pants of various styles...it all fit, but was quite heavy! Subtracted 2 pairs of pants and that was more manageable! (For a 2 week trip to Turkey) Just remember...you can pack a lot in them, but don't go overboard, because then you have to haul it and your back and shoulders won't thank you! Think: "keeping order", rather than "stuff it all in"! These cubes and envelopes make it easier to cram things in and go "overweight". I use the cubes to pack shirts and underwear, sox and odds and ends. If you are a business traveler or have tailored, fancier shirts...they can go here too, keeps wrinkles down. All in all, this helps to pack a compackt and organized suitcase to minimize weight and disorder.