I like using packing folders to keep my button down shirts from wrinkling. However, most of the packing folders on the market weren't really designed to be used in the Aeronaut because they take up end compartment room.
But what if we made a packing folder than fit the Aeronaut perfectly? I haven't actually tried this idea but wanted to run it by the folks here who know the bag.
You would need:
Large Aeronaut Packing cube
Two pieces of cardboard or plastic cut to fit the inside of the packing cube.
Here how it would work:
One piece of cardboard/plastic would go into the bottom of the packing cube. The other one would be used as a packing board to fold shirts so they fit into the packing cube. The shirts would be alternately layered to maximize packing room.
When done, the second piece of cardboard/plastic would go on top of the shirts and the cube would be zipped shut.
Then, the cube would go into the center compartment of the Aeronaut and the internal tie down straps would keep it snugly in place.
Less movement, less wrinkles. The boards would keep the tie down straps from causing the shirts to bunch up from the sides.
What do you think? Theoretically, should it work?
I'm also guessing this might work with a combination of clothes in the packing cube--shirts, pants, jackets, etc.