452 person(s) out of 460 found this review helpful.
"This bag is superior to another brand's "shoe sac". The bag is not a rigid cube as pictured, but collapsible. There is room for one pair of mens 13 dress or athletic shoes. Women could possibly fit two pair. The bag is sturdily crafted, has ventillation, and has an inner liner which protects one shoe from the other. The zip around top makes loading and unloading my largish shoes much easier that the abovementioned "shoe sac". I have not washed mine but it appears washable. If you fly carryon this bag makes it possible to bring at least two pairs of shoes, the ones on your feet, and the ones kept neatly apart from your other items by this bag. I chose the copper color as pictured and it looks great with my eBags packing cubes in the same color. If you found this review helpful please indicate so."
99 person(s) out of 100 found this review helpful.
"I just returned from a trip and found that this shoe bag was a great choice. I took a pair of very nice heels (for a wedding) with me and didn't want them scratched or messed up. This bag was a great help. It was also big enough to put a few extra items in around the shoes (sox, hose, undies, that sort of thing). Even with the divider inside, if you don't want to use it as a shoe bag, but use as a packing cube, it will do well. Highly recommended!"
"This review describes using this cube for something other than shoes. I have Sleep Apnea and travel with a CPAP machine, which must be included within carry-on luggage. At the airport the machine has to be taken out and scanned by TSA. I bought this bag specifically to carry my CPAP machine together with the mask and hose, as well as extension cord, small power strip and adapters. it worked like a CHARM. All I had to do was pull it out of my bag, unzip it, and place it on the tray to go through the scanner. Everything stayed together and nothing got lost. It's especially handy on trips with frequent hotel changes and early departures. It took only a few minutes to take the machine apart and pack everything up into the cube and stow it back in my carry-on."