If you’ve ever stared in disbelief at your friends who claim that they only travel with a carry-on, prepare to learn their secret: bundling! It’s the hottest new packing trend since the travel world discovered the benefits of rolling. But why should you bundle instead of roll? Advocates claim that bundling solves the wrinkle problem that rolling poses — without sacrificing precious suitcase space. On the other hand, critics say that bundling reduces the ease of sifting quickly through your pack for an outfit. Our advice: bundle if you’re staying at your destination for awhile — and if that destination has a place for you to store your clothes upon arrival. If you’re staying in a hostel and country hopping every couple of days, you might want to opt to roll.

Do you think bundling is right for you? Learn how to do it step-by-step here!

Start With Your Bulkiest Items

How to Bundle Pack

Then Let Your Shirts Join the Party

How to Bundle Pack

Don’t Forget to Switch it Up!

How to Bundle Pack

Up on Deck: the Bottom Dwellers!

How to Bundle Pack

TIP: Throw it Back to High School Algebra to Keep Things Tidy

How to Bundle Pack

And Where There’s a Y Axis…

How to Bundle Pack

This Next Step’s Important

How to Bundle Pack

Now Learn Why It’s Called a Bundle!

How to Bundle Pack

Make Sure to Tuck All the Edges In

How to Bundle Pack

Time For All Those Non-Clothes You Need to Bring

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Voila! You’ve Now Mastered the Bundle Method of Packing!

How to Bundle Pack

Watch the Video to See Bundling in Action!

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Mary Zakheim
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When she is not figuring out what the middle button on her headphones is for, explaining the difference between Washington State and Washington D.C., arriving to the airport too early or refusing to use the Oxford comma, you can usually find Mary in the mountains, at a show or on her couch. Mary is a content writer at Fareportal and likes annoying her coworkers with weird GIFs throughout the day.