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    @sujo: As long as I don't need a proper ironed business shirt it is a lot easier with packing and for short trips my SA or S25 with a packing cube are just big enough (at least in summer)....
    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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    My husband always wears his suit for travel and packs the shirts if he is travelling light -- why can't you make one more fold? So what I mean is: you fold the shoulders in and lay the sleeves flat (shirt now a long rectangle, collar down). Fold the bottom part up (shirt a shorter rectangle now, collar still down). Now, make one more fold, the front of the shirt is stretched and doesn't wrinkle, and they pack well, either laid on top of each other or stacked in a line.

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    I have found I have Ben able to get more into the yeoman by using 3 size 4 stuff sacks instead of packing cubes. I dunno I guess it just works for me.

    Great to see you using the YD for trips as one of your main bags Mini YD and DLBP for 18-day trip


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    Quote Originally Posted by ejvc View Post
    My husband always wears his suit for travel and packs the shirts if he is travelling light -- why can't you make one more fold? So what I mean is: you fold the shoulders in and lay the sleeves flat (shirt now a long rectangle, collar down). Fold the bottom part up (shirt a shorter rectangle now, collar still down). Now, make one more fold, the front of the shirt is stretched and doesn't wrinkle, and they pack well, either laid on top of each other or stacked in a line.
    Yes, I did this already but my feeling was the more you fold it the more wrinkles you end up with....
    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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