DIY Pack Organizer Bags

Shootemjacob

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If there are any guys out there that are savy with a sewing machine or has a lady friend that is good with one I’d recommend these sewing kits below to make your own organizer bags. They are a lot cheaper than if you were to buy them from Osprey, Hyrdralite, or Stone Glacier.

They are Dyneema material bags and I have been quite pleased with the results.

https://ripstopbytheroll.com/collec...s/products/dyneema-composite-zipper-pouch-kit

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I prefer the ZPP kit with the boxed shape and the dyneema is a great fabric to work with IMO
 

Nik

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Ripstop By The Roll is a solid site with a lot of good material and colors. Their DIY kits are pretty good too
 

CB1

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How difficult do you fee dynema is to work with compared to a silpoly or silnylon? I know 1.1oz silnylon is a bit slick but found 1.9oz rips top to be pretty easy.
 

nnmarcher

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How difficult do you fee dynema is to work with compared to a silpoly or silnylon? I know 1.1oz silnylon is a bit slick but found 1.9oz rips top to be pretty easy.
Dyneema is way easier to work with than the lightweight silpoly/silnylon. It is a little bit more rigid and not slippery like the other two. Even my little machine feeds dyneema just fine.
 

CB1

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Dyneema is way easier to work with than the lightweight silpoly/silnylon. It is a little bit more rigid and not slippery like the other two. Even my little machine feeds dyneema just fine.
Good to know. Been meaning to try it out .
 

TBass

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I just stumbled on this…. Thanks for posting. I’ve got a couple of kits inbound.
 

jbaker

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Judi ordered the packing cube kit to help organize multiday trips


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Ripstopbytheroll dcf bags, compared to ones I had made before with 500d and #8 zipper.
 

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BigNate

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I'm not going to be doing any sewing, but hate the idea of dropping $50 on a ditty bag.
I did see something I may try. Sgt. Knots supply Co. HasMesh bags that are different sizes and colors. Pretty inexpensive.
 

sufishent

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Judi ordered the packing cube kit to help organize multiday trips


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I am looking into this seems pretty like a great setup.
 

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