12 Days of Travel Gear Giveaways: Win Eagle Creek Packing Gear!
And the lucky winners are #15 – Kyanne and #58 – Erik!
If you’re remotely interested in travel I am going to assume you’re not only familiar with Eagle Creek gear, but you own and highly cherish several of their products. Eagle Creek is a company of travelers with the sole mission of designing gear to make travel easier and more comfortable.
Being the horribly organized traveler that I am, I need all the help I can get and I’ve recently fallen in love with Eagle Creek’s packing organizers. Eagle Creek Packing Cubes are lightweight little packs with mesh tops for visibility and breathability and a quick grab handle for easy grab and go. They maximize space in your pack by compressing and organizing your t-shirts, pants, socks, and other clothing. Eagle Creek cubes are made from recycled nylon and come in a variety of sizes and styles.
For the business or wrinkle phobic traveler, Eagle Creek has designed special Pack-It Folders that neatly pack your shirts, slacks, and sport coats minimizing wrinkling and maximizing space in your suitcase. You simply fold your clothes using the included folding board and stack neatly in the folder so your clothes don’t shift during travel and cause all sorts of wrinkles.
Why They Rock
- Allows you to take more clothes in less space
- Minimizes wrinkles
- Fits a carry-on size bag
- Available in a variety of sizes and colors
- Quick-grab handle
How to Win
We are giving away two Eagle Creek packing sets including Pack-It Cubes, Pack-It Folders, and a toiletry kit or other packing solutions. All you need to do is enter a comment below to be entered to win. To be considered for today’s giveaway, comments must be received by 11:59pm PST December 23, 2010.
Winners will be selected using random.org and announced on Travel Gear Blog and Facebook the following day. Sorry, but we can only ship prizes to US addresses. Winners will be notified by email and prizes need to be claimed within one week or another name will be drawn.
What’s your packing style – super organized or horribly disorganized?