Spacepak Luggage Organizers

Spacepak Luggage Organizers

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  • Material: Nylon
  • Care: Hand wash preferred
  • Made in China Spacepak Clothes
  • Keeps your wardrobe separated in its own tidy compartment
  • Maximizes luggage space by compressing up to two weeks' worth of outfits
  • Dual front-and-back zippered compartments keep clean clothes away from dirty laundry
  • Flat packing clothes reduces wrinkles, which means less ironing upon arrival
  • Holds up to 13 shirts and 4 pairs of pants (or a combination of shorts and skirts)
  • Two sets of one-way metal rivets allow air out for maximum compression
  • Dimensions: 16" x 11.25" x 4.25"
  • Weight: 1 lb Spacepak Underwear
  • Keeps your socks together and your unmentionables out of sight at security checkpoints in one tidy valise
  • Holds up to 13 pairs of socks and 13 underpants
  • Two sets of one-way metal rivets allow air out for maximum compression
  • Dimensions: 13" x 9.5" x 3"
  • Weight: 0.81 lb Spacepak Toiletry
  • Functional hanging dopp kit, great for those who want to keep things neat, tidy, and out of the way
  • Two roomy mesh zip pockets are large enough to store full size bottles
  • Flat zip pocket on top for smaller items
  • Top hook allows bag to easily hang on the back of any door, or on a towel rod
  • Dimensions: 11" x 7" x 4" (when closed)
  • Weight: 0.75 lb Spacepak Shoes
  • Easy-to-pack zippered box-bag contains your shoes (and protects clothes from dirty soles)
  • Fits 1-2 pairs of shoes (depending on size and style)
  • One-way metal rivets allow air out for maximum compression
  • Dimensions: 13.75" x 6" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 0.42 lb

Reviews


4 avg. (18 reviews)


Best purchase!
02/13/2019 by Sharon
Love, love, love these cubes. I use them for every trip I make. I must admit I don’t use the outside cover, but I still love the cubes, especially clean and dirty sides. I have some other cubes, less expensive, but they do not come close to the quality of these.
Makes backpack better
12/21/2016 by William
Great place to transport clothing extras in my backpack.
Good not great
08/15/2016 by Diane
This is a most useful bag and is definitely well constructed. Traveling abroad I still had to empty it of all my 3.4 oz. bottles. It would be great if it came with a big clear sturdy ziplock bag. At that point it would get a 5 for sure.
Sturdy for sure
08/01/2016 by Ronald
I've had these for about one year and got the largest spacepak to hold clothes for a cross country airline trip. I needed to pack a lot, but keep it to one checked bag. I also bought the Eagle Creek versions, but they were much smaller. Both brands work great. But, they work differently. Spacepaks are much more substantial in quality, but also in weight, though not overly heavy. The Spacepaks don't compress like the Eagle Creeks, but they do have air vent holes in the sides of the bags and can hold much more than they would appear to. What you need to do is zip around as far as you can go, then sit on the Spacepak and finish zipping. A but awkward, but it works. The air vents help push out the excess air, so the Spacepak will zip shut. There is only one zipper for each size (one for clean and one for dirty clothes). The the clean dirty sides feature is nice and of course you can use both at once, with separation. The Eagle Creeks are lighter in material and zip shut like a normal cube, but then have a second zipper, to completely compress the clothing. I'm able to fit a lightweight bathrobe in the larger of the EC cases. The zippers and materials do not seem to be as sturdy and if you're not careful, I could see them tearing down the road. If Spacepaks had a compression zipper, they would be the ultimate choice. I like both for various reasons. Spacepaks are more expensive and I wound not buy the smaller ones, because EC fulfills my needs there. Someone mentioned zip loc bags...they will open up and may be good for underwear and socks, but I would not trust them for holding compression. I've use stringer plastic compression bags, that have one way air release, where you pack them, sit on them pushing out the air, then zipping the them shut. They work fairly well, but can let air leak in if the ziploc doesn't seal properly or the plastic zipper slide gets loose, then lost. I'll stick with Spacepaks and Eagle Creek compression cubes for now. Remember, just because you can fit more in one suitcase, that case will weigh more, so be mindful of the 50 lb. limit on the airlines!
Well Made--perhaps too much so
01/02/2016 by Barbara
These Clothing organizers are bright, cheerful, and hold clothing in my suitcase nicely. My one problem I have is they are somewhat bulky. The material is solid and very well made but not squishy and fluid, and therefore does not hold as much as I would like them to.
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$30.00
Spacepak Luggage Organizers


The Flight 001 Spacepak System optimizes luggage space to allow maximum wardrobe options and eliminate clutter. Each piece is sold separately.

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Founded in 1998 by frequent fliers John Sencion and Brad John, Flight 001 is here to help you pack well, carry-on, and power up wherever your travels take you.

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