About Eagle Creek Pack-It® Specter Folder 15
Closeouts. Minimize wrinkles in your shirts and pants with Eagle Creek's Pack-It® Specter folder 15. The ultralight design slips easily into your carry-on and includes a folding board with instruction.
Specs about Eagle Creek Pack-It® Specter Folder 15
- Capacity: 75 cu.in.
- Carry options: Hand
- Material: Ripstop nylon
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 10x15x1/2"
- Weight: 7 oz.
- Made in Viet Nam
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by George from Virginia on Wednesday, March 5, 2014Have used regular Pack-Its for years, for both business and personal travel, and they are still going strong. Despite this model's light weight, it seems as well made, and the rip-stop feature reinforces that impression.
Relatively more expensive than regular Pack-Its, but the light weight justifies the price differential.
However, it is a bit shorter (in full length) than my regular Pack-Its, and the latter are actually a bit short for my shirts (16 x 35) -- so that design flaw and the limited capacity (only a few shirts at most, half of what they claim) caused me to deduct a star from an otherwise superior product.
Still, for an overnight trip where bulk and weight were at a premium, I would reach for this Folder.
Reviewed by fifitravels from Colorado on Thursday, January 2, 2014This Folder did everything that it said it would and allowed me to pack more than I would have if I had rolled everything. On top of that, everything arrived vice and almost wrinkle free which gave me more time to enjoy my weekend. would recommend.
Reviewed by FZ from NJ on Monday, December 30, 2013The best thing about these folders is that fact that they keep folded clothes unwrinkled, because nothing slides around. I would love to buy some of the Specter compression packing cubes too, but so far Sierra Trading Post hasn't carried them.
Reviewed by sarah from seattle on Monday, November 11, 2013I should have pulled out my measuring tape. This would be great for a couple of shirts for someone who is really concerned about extra weight. It seems sort of worthless - just my view.