Veterans Launch Super PACK, the Ultimate Hack for Family Vacations

PACK Gear’s “Super PACK”

“The more time folks spend unpacking, repacking, and rummaging through their belongings, the less time they have to spend together.”

As a former Army captain who carried a 80-pound pack in Africa’s blistering summer heat, Jonathan Teplitsky understands the challenge of stowing essentials so they’re readily accessible. Fueled by their desire for hassle-free travel, Teplitsky and fellow veterans Mark Powers and Ty Lin have launched the Super PACK, the newest product offering from PACK Gear (http://www.ThePackGear.com). Calling Super PACK the ultimate hack for family vacations, Teplitsky said, “The more time folks spend unpacking, repacking, and rummaging through their belongings, the less time they have to spend together. With the Super PACK, families have what they need at their fingertips, enabling them to enjoy every minute of their vacations.”

The Super PACK organizer features five collapsible, zippered compartments that expand to 22.5″ x 14.5″ x 7″, a size perfect for organizing luggage. Tethered to hooks that can be hung on anything from a hotel closet rod to a tree branch, the Super PACK makes it a breeze to get settled. “Our goal was for folks to be able to unpack in six seconds,” said Teplitsky. “Mission accomplished.”

This latest product complements PACK Gear’s existing line of travel organizers, which expand to 18″ x 9″ x 7″, yet are lighter than a T-shirt and fit into a manila envelope. “The Grab and Go” and “Carry-On Traveler” have three compartments with mesh windows and a fourth solid compartment, offering at-a-glance orderliness. The organizers fit into duffle bags and backpacks, but do double duty as airplane carry-ons for family must-haves. “Families with babies can stow…

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