Designed to help organize your backpack, Pack Pods have a large zippered entry to keep your clothing, food, or gear laid out nicely where you can see everything inside. No need to pull everything out to get something or dig around to the bottom of the bag. Fully taped seams add water resistance to keep your things dry.
A pack includes 1 Small, 1 Medium, and 1 Large pack pod of the same color. These are prepackaged so colors and sizes cannot be mixed and matched.
Large: 7 Liters | 12" x 8" x 4" (30x20x10cm) | 1 oz - 28 g
Medium: 2 Liters | 8" x 4" x 2.4" (20x10x6cm) | 0.71 oz - 20 g
Small: 1/2 Liter | 5.5" x 2.7" x 1.6" (14x7x4cm) | 0.3 oz - 8 g
Not intended for long term immersion underwater.
After 2 trips, I can't imagine not using pods to organize my gear. No more games of tetris or trying to remember how everything fit when you packed at home. Simply pack each pod and stack on top of each other in your pack. Experiment with rolling or folding items flat to get the most in each. They self-compress as you stack them.
I bought these on a lark, but the first time I use them on a cycle tour I realized how valuable these are, keeping my clothing sorted within my panniers. Recommend them to friends who say the same thing!
I love the nice colors in the 3-pack. I like to be able to find what I need in my pack and color coding is perfect. The pods are very well constructed. The seams are all taped to keep moisture out. They are the perfect size for my summer clothes and as a catch-all bag. The pods are a perfect fit in my 45 liter pack. The weight of each is right at 1 oz. I am considering using one for short trips as a food bad. I think that it would be perfect for a light food load and so easy to get out what I need. Might not work for multiple days as a food bag, since that is not what these are made for, but I may give that a try too. SMD: maybe make a larger, more heavy-duty one as a food bag. I know a lot of backpackers would go for this.
Got a set for my wife and she is quite happy. She was going to replace her pack because she felt it was disorganized. Problem solved, I have two dyneema "pods' from another manufacturer They are nice but crazy expensive. I do not think the Six Moon pods were in production when I ordered those. Now I need an additional pod and I am definitely switching to this brand Way more appropriate to the task. About $10 vs. $50. I will get will get a 3 pack and give my son two of them.
I just got these today, but am very impressed! They are uber-light, a great size, and better constructed (including nicer fabric) than the Eagle Creek Pack-It Spectre cubes. As an additional bonus, they are cheaper! You get 3 good-sized cubes, that are even waterproof, for less than 2 cubes of other brands. Whether you are looking for something for travel or backpacking, don't hesitate....just get them!