Army Packing Hack: How to Fold / Ranger Roll T-Shirt for Vacation - Efficient, Compact, Space-Saving




Want to learn to fold your clothes Army-style? Here's a brief tutorial on how to Ranger roll a military tan T-shirt or any other shirt for that matter. If you found this helpful, please give it a like and comment below, even if simply to say "thanks."

This will help you out bunches if you're fixing to go on a trip or PCS, or to basic training or any other military school. Either way, with a bit of patience you can pack your clothing a LOT tighter than you would with most other methods of folding. Super useful for air travel, road trips, camping, backpacking, survival, hunting, boating - you name it!

Many people report that they save about 50% of space in their bag/backpack/suitcase when they pack this way. Don't believe it? Take a look at my comparison video to see how Ranger Roll stacks up again conventional folding!

Check out my other videos also. If you want more Ranger-rolling tutorials, comment and subscribe, and I will upload them when I have time. Most clothing can be Ranger-rolled (socks, underwear, pants, etc.), so if you want to see it, speak up! :)



T-Shirt Roll 2.0:

Ranger Roll vs Inferior Methods:

ACU Trousers Ranger Roll:

ACU Top Ranger Roll:

Underwear Ranger Roll:

Underpants Ranger Roll:

Patrol Cap Ranger Roll:

Green Boot Sock Ranger Roll:

Double Sock Ranger Roll:

Single Sock Ranger Roll:


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