As I was packing for my last trip - a professional conference (and one which meant I had to dress up) - I was packing my heels in a shoebag which I had stolen from my dad when they were part of the amenity package and realized the bag was getting a little worn.
Now I know plastic grocery bags will suffice for shoe-packing, but they're not the greatest for heels and such. I did check the dimensions of the TB stuff sack and while they might work, seems like a bit of overkill since a shoebag is essentially 2 pieces of fabric stitched together with a gathered opening. Seems like Dyneema would be a nice lightweight and sturdy choice.
Thoughts/suggestions? Sort of a crazy idea, but I have been upgrading my travel kit with nicer items that I know I won't have to replace any time soon (and when I do get my bag searched it helps to have everything organized so I don't have to spend as much time replacking).