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SOMEHOW I missed this the first time it went around the internet, but anyway, if you study the way this guy packs, there’s a key trick that let’s him get so much into his bag so neatly. He calls it the “clown car style of packing that my mother taught me.”
Basically the trick is “nesting” the tops in alternating directions with the sleeves folded in, but then letting the tails hang out of the bag until everything’s laid in. Once it’s all in, the tails are then folded back like a huge interlocking piece. Pretty clever. I’ve always been more of a “roll and stuff” man myself, but I’m trying this next time. How about y’all?