Zipper Pack Pouch (ZPP) Kit. These zippered water-resistant pouches are extremely handy for neatly packing things like toiletries, small clothing items, or really anything that will fit!
Comes with all the pre-packaged components you'll need to make one finished ZPP with no wasted materials. We've even cut the fabric to size, so you can open the box and start sewing right away.
ZPP Material (*choose fabric/color above) 14" x 14" fabric blank, ready to sew
Components (*prepackaged) (18") #3 Uretek YKK coil zipper (2) #3 reverse-mount YKK sliders (18") 1.8 mm Black Drawcord or (2) Tiny Cord Pull (1') 3/4" mil-spec grosgrain
* Note we are in the process of changing from the drawcord to these finished cord pulls.
Estimated Finished Dimensions
10" x 4" x 3"
Estimated Finished Weight - 210D HDPE Gridstop
Estimated Finished Weight - 2.2 oz Hex70 PU3000/DWR
Estimated Finished Weight - 1.0 oz Dyneema Composite Black
If you've never built a zippered pouch before, or if you just need a refresher, watch this video first. Many thanks to Devin at Backcountry Exposure for this fantastic instructional video!
IMPORTANT - Please pay special attention to orientation of the Uretek coil zipper. A common mistake when constructing the ZPP is to flip the zipper the wrong way out.
The video above details the correct orientation with teeth FACE DOWN when attaching coil to fabric. This will ensure the water-resistant, coated side of the Uretek zipper ends up on the outside of your ZPP.
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All the pieces were in the kit and it is ready to go .. No instructions on how to make or where to watch the video to make .. That would have been helpful . I almost gave it a 4 star just because of that.
Great way to get started in diy projects
Has all the materials you need and plenty of how to videos out there
Thanks for the review Andrew! Enjoy your new zipper pouch!
Great kit to start MYOG
This is a great kit to get started making your own gear. The videos on ZPP kits made it very easy to do. I also made one with DCF. The HDPE Gridstop slipped more on my feed dogs than the DCF making it harder to keep a straight line. Or maybe it was just me.
Hey Rob, thanks for the review. We're glad to hear the videos were helpful in making the ZPP. With fabrics that can be more slippery, if you put a piece of tissue paper under it to sew people find that it adds traction, making it slip less. Enjoy!
ZPP Kit Review
This kit is great. The instruction video walked me through every step, and the whole thing was pretty painless. Now, all of my family members want one too!