I'm an IT guy so at any point in time I can have 3-4 USB sticks in my pockets, along with a flashlight, and my Gerber multitool. I got tired of digging around in my pockets for USB keys when I needed them so I applied some DIY know-how to the problem. Basically what I decided to do was make a simple stuff sack with a flat bottom. I'd use paracord as the drawstring, and I wanted a 'stopper' to close the pouch instead of tying it shut. I grabbed a scrap piece of 1.9 oz Multicam ripstop from the remnant box, and went to work on the sewing machine. here's the final result sitting next to the Gerber for a size reference: Here's a shot of the folded flat bottom ( 2" x 2.5" ) that allows it to sit upright on desks. Nothing fancy here, and I used it without the flat bottom for a time: Button knot tied on the drawstring to use as a closure system ( slide it up the string to open, and slide down to secure it shut): Current contents. Mostly USB keys, but I do have the small screwdriver/bottle opener in there currently. I usually keep my pocket change in there also: Nothing fancy here of course. It's basically a very small stuff sack that you could whip together in 5 minutes on a sewing machine. I may have spent more time on the button knot. However, I enjoy the utility of it tremendously.