The Arc'teryx Index Folder is a shirt organizer for traveling with collared shirts. The lightweight pocket holds up to six shirts, folding them neatly so you can wear them right out of your suit case. A foam reinforcement panel protects your shirts and prevents creasing as you travel from airport to airport. Easy to use, just unzip the front panel and lay flat, lay shirts on top, fold the shirts in half, quarters, or thirds (I like thirds best), then zip back up. Fold and adjust webbing strap with the quick release buckle and hide away into your larger suitcase or duffel.
FEATURES of the Arcteryx Index Folder
Unique folding design allows for speedy packing of multiple shirts at once. Folds shirts in half, thirds, or quarters
Foam reinforcement protects shirt collars during travel
Top handle for easy packing or transport
Easily carries up to 6 collared shirts
Fully opening zippered front panel with top flap
Adjustable webbing strap with snap closure and quick release buckle can be modified to accommodate various lengths of folded shirts
Packs up small for easy travel storage
Pliable-can be folded or rolled up easily
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
N210p type 6 nylon plain weave
27 - 32"
32 - 37"
37 - 42"
25 - 30"
27 - 32"
30 - 35"
ARC'TERYX MEASUREMENT GUIDE
How to Find Your Foot Measurements
Arc'teryx packs are sized either in 3-length options: Short (S), Regular (R) and Tall (T), or in 2-length options: Short/Regular (SR), and Regular/Tall (RT).
Sizing refers to YOUR OWN BACK LENGTH
Measure your Back:
• Measure along the spine between the 7th cervical vertebra and the level of the hip iliac crest
• Compare this measurement to the Sizing Charts
• It is possible to interchange different size shoulder strap and hipbelt components on many Arc'teryx Packs, but this will not change or affect the back-length of the pack.
Rated 5 out of
Exactly what I neededThis fit all of my button-down shirts I needed for a 7-day business trip in a small package. When folded in quarters, it takes up roughly the same amount of space as the Index 5+5 Folder and packs very neatly into the C/O case.