- Silnylon Ripstop
- 9" high
- 12" wide
- Compression zipper for even more space savings
- Great for t-shirts, pants, and shorts,Quick grab handle
- Ultra lightweight silnylon ripstop allows for visibility of contents
- Capacity: 175 cu in (half cube), 450 cu in (cube) | 3 L (half cube), 7.5 L (cube) ,Expanded Capacity: 375 cu in (half cube), 825 cu in (cube) | 6 L (half cube), 13.5 L (cube)
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Pack-It Specter Silnylon Ripstop
Fold It. Roll It. Stash It. Pack-It.
Easy to use, but hard to quit. Eagle Creek’s Pack-It System lets you maximize your packing space while protecting your clothes and peace of mind. Packing organizers In ultra-light fabric… What are you waiting for?
Fold it. Use packing folders to get where you need to be, wrinkle-free and looking your best. For collared shirts, pants, and dresses. This packing organizer comes with a folding board to help you pack your things nice and crisp.
Roll it. Maximize space and simplify packing with Pack-It Cubes. Use them to organize t-shirts, shorts, and undergarments. Once you arrive, slip them in your hotel drawers to keep your personal items clean.
Stash it. Organize all the small stuff that tends to slip down and get lost at the bottom of your bag. From lip balm to aspirin to cords and receipts, there are truly a million-and-one uses for Specter Packing Sacs.
New ultra lightweight cubes now with even more compression. Customize packing space and keep clothing and accessories organized in these two translucent compression cubes.
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 4 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00OY893YI
- Item model number: EC-41186153
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 21, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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In 40+ years of traveling all over the world, we've only checked our luggage once. This time, as almost always, we will only have carry-ons. My husband will carry a Kestrel 48, and I, an Osprey Kyte 36. For personal items, we will have a Think Tank Retrospective 20 camera bag and an Induro tripod. That's all.
When *not* being filled to the maximum capacity, both backpacks will be within the carry-on allowance on a cheap European budget airlines. Still, I want to be certain that what I ordered from Eagle Creek will compress everything and in turn, making the backpacks look more compact to airline personnel.
I only used 3.5 sets to pack this long list of clothing and accessories (based on the thickness, some clothing were rolled, some were folded):
3 pairs of Woolx heavyweight merino middle layer leggings
1 pair of Woolx heavyweight merino long johns
3 Woolx heavyweight pullovers
1 Scottish cashmere sweater (very thick)
2 pairs of ski pants
1 North Face down-filled parka (incredibly thick)
1 Rab down-filled parka
3 sets of silk base layers (long sleeve tops and long bottoms)
8 items of merino underwear
4 pairs of heavy weight merino wool socks
2 pairs of silk sock liners
2 pairs of Hestra ski gloves
1 Smartwool neck gaiter
2 merino/cashmere knit caps
1 trapper hat
1 roller fur hat
1 Stormy Kromer hat
toiletries, cosmetics, medicines, and electronic accessories.
With the compression sets inside, both of our backpacks are still within the airline allowance with a few inches to spare. I was very impressed.
The difference between the two models:
Pack-It Compression Cube:
Slightly heavier weight: 4 oz
Larger dimensions: 14×10×1.25” (which means larger capacity)
Top zipper opens up three sides
Pack-It Specter Compression Cube:
Featherlight weight: 2 oz
Smaller dimensions: 10×7×1”
Top zipper only opens half way
I liked both models, but have found that the original Pack-It compression model was much better for larger and bulkier items (down parkas and heavyweight merino base layers). The Specter model was perfect for lighter clothing and everything else.
I *highly* recommend both Eagle Creek Compression Cube models for all travellers who pack light and pack effectively.
My spouse used the non-compression one to throw all his things in - belt, wallet, pocket contents etc, before reaching security.
I swear they are indestructible, but it doesn't matter since Eagle Creek has The Best Warranty!
The advent of their ultralight silnylon bags has me salivating (I'm sorry I wasted $50 on Samantha Brown's packing bags set. Very sturdy but way too heavy.).
First I got the orange set and now the purple/grape. The idea is to be able to locate
Tops or Bottoms quickly. (I also got the lime green silnylon 1/4 cube).
I have this gorgeous, fluffy fleece hoodie that I'd really like to take in my ultralight backpack. First I stuffed it into the medium size bag and it was fine. Just for fun, I squished it into the small one. I had to do some finger pushing as I zipped the compression section and was completely thrilled to see that bulky jacket as an 11"/28 cms x 7.5"/19 cm pack. Not sure how deep it was but it was certainly acceptable.
These things are the bee's knees! 🐝 🐝
The silnylon folders are next on the list.