Roll Your Tracksuit Pants Like An Army Ranger To Save Packing Space

Roll Your Tracksuit Pants Like An Army Ranger To Save Packing Space

It’s always good to travel with at least one comfortable pair of pants. If you’re looking a slick, space-saving way to pack them, YouTuber CrazyRussianHacker is back to demonstrate how to roll your trackie daks Ranger-style.

We’ve shown you how to Ranger roll your socks, but we know you still need more room. To apply the Ranger roll technique to your sweat pants, start by turning the top part of your soft-material pants inside out — at least past the waistband — leaving the drawstrings outside of the pant legs. Then fold one of the pant legs over toward the center of the pants, followed the same thing on the other side. Everything should be together in a neat, folded fashion. Now start to tightly roll from the bottom of the pant legs up toward the waistband.

Here’s the best part: make sure your strings are still out once you’ve rolled everything up and then pull the waistband over the rolled-up pants. Now everything is held in place and you can use the drawstrings to wrap around and tie it up even tighter.

How to Fold Your Sweatpants Best Way (Ranger Roll) [YouTube]

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