When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. There was a period in my life when I used a series of disposable plastic baggies to organize all of my things when I traveled. Socks went into gallon Ziplocs, cords into sandwich bags, extra batteries into snack bags—it was a simple system. The only problem? Unless you’re packing a turkey sandwich, disposable bags are too flimsy and fragile to store things reliably. And they’re bad for the planet. Fortunately, there’s a stuffsack for every situation, whether I’m trying to compress a load, separate my socks from my undies, or keep my chargers and cords dry. Here are my favorites. The StraightJacket is not your standard drawstring stuffsack: it has a long zipper for access, with three additional straps that you buckle and tighten to compress the load. When flattened, it has a rectangular shape, which helps remove dead space if you’re packing it in a square roller bag or at the bottom of your multi-day backpack. Choose from three sizes—8, 12, or 20 liters—all of which are made from a lightweight 40-denier...