Packer Pouch with magnetic closure – Turn any underwear into Packing Underwear
You love your packer. You love your undies. Our Packer Pouch slips into any pair of undies and allows you to pack with pride. Compatible with every style, and features strong magnets to keep your packer in place.
This pouch has made packing easy for me. Although I wish it had stronger magnets for some of my underwear that have thicker layers and no modifying holes, this pouch has been able to secure my Archer packer (an AMAZING packer btw) very well. The packing pouch makes packing more comfortable since it is so soft and gives my packer a more natural sway of sorts when I’m moving about. I have the black one and I believe the only thing I would have against this is that it dyed my packer purple-ish, but that went away after a wash or two. I’d recommend this to everyone looking for an easy way to pack with normal sized packers. Just wash it first.
I’ve been wearing my Archer packer in this pouch for about 24 hours and I’m pretty impressed with the product. Like the other reviewer I would say that stronger magnets would be good but so far I’ve had good luck with the current ones. One tip is make sure you wear undies with good elastic. I tried an old pair at first and the packer is heavy enough that there was some serious droopage. Brilliant design, NYTC!
Wash this before you use it!! The dye on these things bleeds. I forgot to wash it for a few days initially and my packer ended up turning a bit reddish – not a huge deal, but something I think I would’ve tried to avoid if I’d known it would happen.
That aside – in general, I think this pouch lives up to the “turn any underwear into packing underwear” promise. I’ve had some issues with the pouch falling out/moving out of place and/or the magnets disconnecting and generally being weird, but it’s usually when I go to the bathroom, and it’s not too hard to fix. Once you figure out the best way to position your packer in the pouch, the pouch in your undies, and your undies in your pants (easier than it might sound), it’s generally reliable and pretty useful!