Reviewed by anisyhp from Maine on Monday, January 2, 2012
I use several packs of different colors and sizes and then organize my clothes by which pack they go in. On trips by myself, I put pants in one pack, shirts/sweaters/jackets in another. If traveling with family, I sometimes pack everyone's clothes for a particular day in one pack so we don't need ...
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Reviewed by summer traveler from florida on Sunday, July 27, 2014
this was a first time use on this travel folder it was great my clothes did not need any ironing and actually i kept the clothes
in the folder and took out the items i needed daily. i repacked the clothes for my flight home and took the folder to the laundry room
and emptied everything to wash , great organization.
Reviewed by Gail Hoffman from New York on Thursday, July 24, 2014
I've tried packing cubes, compression bags, rolling my clothes and some cube folding method for packing. The Pack-it Folders far surpass all of the above. This large size is perfect for pants or bulkier items. I often spend extra day(s) before a cruise in a port city. Look forward to using one of these to separate aIl the clothing, pj's etc. I'll need so my main packing is undisturbed. The newer lightweight folders are very nice, but you can't beat the price for these original folders.