How to Pack A WANDF Foldable Duffle Bag for Travel

WANDF WF1066 Packing Cubes

Now that you have your packing list, what’s the best way to fit it all in your WANDF duffle bag? Use these tips to pack your duffle bag for any trip.

Roll Clothes & Use Packing Cubes

Take out the folded bag from your suitcase or cabinet and expand it. With duffle bags, it’s way too easy to just stuff everything in your bag, or let it all come unfolded the minute you have to rummage around for a new pair of socks. It’s also a little harder to see everything you have in your duffle bag than in a suitcase or backpack.

First, you should keep your clothes folded, organized, and easy to access, make use of packing cubes. You can choose the packing cube you can see into, WANDF 1066 Packing Cubes may be a good selection. This style includes 7 different sizes of packing cubes organizers, 1* bra underwear bag, 4* zippered bag, 1 laundry bag and 1 shoe bag. Well tearing-resistance, water-resistant nylon fabric with beauty floral pattern, two-way metal zippers, the mesh bag keep your clothes breathable, clean and tidy. And that makes visible what is inside. Large interior volume holds all your travel clothing, shoes, makeup, shaving accessories and more. Multiple mesh bags to organize and separate your item, smooth material ensures that your clothes don’t get creased. Perfect for business travel, weekender and travelers.

Roll your clothes and stand them up, so you can quickly see everything you have in a single cube. Use multiple cubes to further organize your travel wardrobe, either by clothing item, dirty/clean, or any other way that makes sense to you. Personally, I like to sort my clothing by use case – hiking and adventure clothes in one cube, casual outfits in another, and PJs and underwear in a third.

Once you have your packing cubes packed, put these into your duffle bag first to form a base.

Place Shoes in a Separate Compartment

Let’s face it: shoes get dirty, and we don’t want them mingling with our clean clothes – even if they aren’t caked in mud. To pack your shoes (we suggest wearing one pair and packing one pair), place them in a separate compartment of your duffle bag from the rest of your items.

There are some WANDF duffle bags, for example the 303, 304, 305, 307 and some of the T302 have the shoes Compartment. If your duffle does not, you can always use a shoe bag to create a separation. Then, place your shoes on the bottom of your bag, with your clothing packing cubes next to and/or on top of them.

Put Toiletries in Reusable Containers & in a Dedicated Bag

Next up: toiletries. Whether you’re bringing it all, or just a few items to supplement the free goodies at your hotel, make sure all of your liquids and gels are in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces. We recommend using a reusable container for these. WANDF can also bring you the best toiletry bags. The perfect WF5016 will be the best!

The WF5016 Toiletry Bag in unique expanding design allows you adjust its capacity based on different traveling times. Large expandable main compartment with volume up-to 7.5 Liter, 2 side compartment for different purposes, elastic loops, mesh pockets and interior/exterior zipper pockets, allow you easily fit in and organize most of your toiletries, such as shampoo, soap, toothbrushes&paste, make-up, shaving kit, personal hygiene and more. You can stay organized while traveling or gym-ing! You won’t have to struggle with leaks and messes in toiletry bag, or even worse, in your carryon. The set can hold different toiletries such as shampoo, body lotion, soap, and 2 of your many face or body creams. The bottles&jars are 100% BPA free and can be reusable. It will be easily fit in our toiletry bag or in the luggage. They all With Shoulder Strap, If your suitcase can’t fit it, hang the toiletry bag on your shoulder, it looks stylish and convenient. Lovely Polka Dots or the Cationic pure color style suitable for different styles.

Next, pack them all in a single toiletry bag – it should be a clear bag if you’re going through airport security – and add them to the top of your bag. This way, they’ll be easy to access should you need to take it out for TSA screening or grab something mid-trip.

Place Paperwork in an Outside Pocket

Next, place all of your important paperwork – passport, boarding pass, notebook, etc. – in an easy to access outer pocket. You’ll want them easy to get to, but also not freely roaming around the main compartment of your duffle, since these small items are so easy to lose.

Again, some travel duffles will have organizational features that keep all of these small, yet important, items in order (pen holder, small pockets, etc.). If yours doesn’t, you can use a pouch or accessory bag to keep these items together and easy to reach for.

Put Laptops & Chargers in a Dedicated Sleeve

If you’re traveling with a laptop, tablet, or kindle, you’ll next want to place these in a dedicated outside pocket. Again (you might be noticing a theme here), those designed for travel will have one, but some duffles will not. If your duffle comes with a laptop sleeve, add your laptop or other large device there, and place your chargers alongside it.

If you do not have an outer pocket for your device, place it in a sleeve and add it on top of your clothes in the main compartment. This will help keep it from getting damaged if you, say, toss your bag down on the floor while collapsing in exhaustion after a 12-hour flight.

Organize Odds & Ends in Pockets or Accessory Bags

For any other odds and ends, especially those you won’t need while in transit, layer these on top of your clothes in the main compartment. For small items, again, make use of small pockets in your duffle or an accessory bag to prevent them from floating around and getting lost.

Good packaging habits will save a lot of time in your travel. Seek more packaging bags, travel duffle bags, fashion backpacks and many fashion packing cubes on WANDFPACKS.COM. Get the hot deals on the website, pick up the coupons on the products pages for Amazon shopping now.

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