In this video, we’re talking about packable travel essentials and why you should bring them on your next trip. View more travel gear reviews on our website 👉 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/ 0:00 - Intro 0:45 - Benefits of Packable Gear 1:25 - Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Sling 8L: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/patagonia/ultralight-black-hole-sling-8l/ 2:20 - L.L.Bean Stowaway Day Pack: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/l-l-bean/stowaway-day-pack/ 3:22 - Gravel The Travelers Hat: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/gravel/the-travelers-hat/ 4:16 - Matador Droplet Water-Resistant Stuff Sack: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/matador/droplet-water-resistant-stuff-sack/ 5:16 - Rab Phantom Waterproof Pull-On Jacket: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/rab/phantom-waterproof-pull-on-jacket/ 6:20 - Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Nano Shopping Bag: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/sea-to-summit/ultra-sil-nano-shopping-bag/ 7:16 - PackTowl Personal Towel Review: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/packtowl/personal-towel/ 8:22 - Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer 2 Down Jacket: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/mountain-hardwear/ghost-whisperer-2-hoody/ Whether it’s a packable backpack or a jacket that fits in its own pocket, these travel essentials will help you save weight & space so it's easier to carry more gear in your bag. From a compressible hat to a stuff sack for your wet gear and a super tiny shopping bag, we’ve got travel gear to help lighten your load. Check out Pack Hacker Pro → 🤍packhacker.com/pro/ #travelessentials #packablebackpack #travelgear RELATED CONTENT Do You Really Need Packing Cubes?: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=magOvy_Zk5E How To Travel With Only A Personal Item: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=MJU11DUHdfE Minimalist Travel Essentials| Lightweight Gear for Ultimate Adventures: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=Su0-8_cjG2g Best Towel for Travel? PackTowl Personal quick-dry microfiber towel review: 🤍youtu.be/JClsQzqxgAA Digital Nomad Packing List: 🤍packhacker.com/packing-list/digital-nomad/ View more travel gear reviews on our website: 🤍packhacker.com/travel-gear/ CONNECT WITH US Join Pack Hacker Pro: 🤍packhacker.com/pro/ Sign Up for our Newsletter: 🤍packhacker.com/newsletter Subscribe to Pack Hacker on YouTube: 🤍packha.kr/youtube Subscribe to Pack Hacker Reviews on YouTube: 🤍packha.kr/youtube2 Follow Pack Hacker on Instagram: 🤍packha.kr/instagram Like Pack Hacker on Facebook: 🤍packha.kr/facebook Follow Pack Hacker on Twitter: 🤍packha.kr/twitter Follow Pack Hacker on Pinterest: 🤍packha.kr/pinterest Follow Pack Hacker on LinkedIn: 🤍packha.kr/linkedin TERMS Pack Hacker utilizes affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of our product links, Pack Hacker will receive a small commission at no cost to you. This helps support us, and allows us to keep providing reviews, guides, and content for you. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Thanks for your support!
every pack hacker vid I‘ve seen: all I hear is Snacks Snacks Snacks😂😂😂
Fantastic video, I like these light weight travel tips. Please make more in this style ❤
This Patagonia sling bag looks awesome.
I do not recommend a soft shell like that. Soft shell give you minor protection against raining. Better get a windproof jacket, like Arc'teryx Squamish, and then take with you a hard shell in gorotex. Also the packable bag is unusable. I had one and it's killing your shoulder.
Nanobags! They come in 3 sizes of two-handle bags plus a sling option. And they're much cheaper then the Sea to Summit bag.
The raincoat is 200$ 😱 im sorry but it seems like a bit much. Anyone else recommendations?
Thanks so much for these tips. I am challenging myself to go carry-on only for our 1st trip to Las Vegas, to see family since our last 2020 flight. 😁❤️💯✈️🧳💺
I have the Sea to Summit bag, and it’s one of my best travel finds—great for groceries, beach bag, or ‘I bought to much stuff and need something to carry it’ bag.
lauren goated asf ngl
Ugh all I see is people raving about the Mountain Hardwear. I am usually a die hard for them & was too impatient for my local shop to have them in so I bought the Patagonia Down Sweater. I hate it. My own fault. But wow the quality is seriously terrible on the Patagonia. I’ve got a 22 year old Mountain Hardwear synthetic fill jacket & it’s finally seeing it’s end of time. Patagonia has lost its touch. Idk if the Patagonia will even last 2 years.
This is a niche category I love very much lol. My travel and packable items are: Osprey UL dry stuff sack (it’s a backpack), the north face first dawn rain jacket (6oz), the north face flyweight duffel for souvenirs or overflow, and I like to use the Patagonia nano puff over down just in case it rains or if I need to wash it without having to be as delicate with it.
Can you guys do a video on diaper bag hacks? diaper bags are not efficient
I always add a few plastic grocery bags to my luggage when I go on a trip. They're cheap, relatively strong, and somewhat waterproof too. I use them for extra items, dirty clothing and shoes, trash, etc. A bag from a local shop is also nice to have for more inconspicuous carry if you have don't want to be as "touristy" looking.
They're great to keep in a diaper bag too. You never know when the rugrat's gonna have an accident.
How about nanobag?
Osprey Ultralight stuff pack is WAY smaller than the LLBean (or Eddie Bauer) version. Also, the Outdoor Research Radar Cap is more packable than the one you tested.
Highly recommend the Outdoor Vitals Vario jacket as a packable jacket. water resistant, super warm and comfy, and just over $200 make it a good value compared to some other products. The material isn't super glossy either, and there's not a bunch of stitch lines so IMO it looks a lot better too. Super happy with it
Swap the ghost whisperer for a decathalon forclaz 100 for savings
Love packable gear - the Wandrd Veer backpack and the Detour sling with the matching inflatable camera cube get a lot of use from me. The former if i am travelling without another daypack as the inflatable frame really helps I find and the latter as a small easy option for exploring.