I've lived and traveled a many years/times to the Island. It's nice to hear there's at least one person from there. Â Question - how long will your clothes be in storage? Will they be stored in San Juan or Florida? The omnipresent humidity is unescapable regardless of where you live, if you have the house fully a/c'd, or seal things air-tight. Despite your attempts to seal things, you'll still seal humidity. The clothes won't be exactly humid to the touch per se, but humid enough for bacteria to cause damage. I personally wouldn't risk it if they'll be there too long. Â Have you ever stored anything damp, be it a towel or a shirt, together with other dry items and then forgotten about it. When you finally open things up everything is damp and if you waited long enough...well you get the idea. I'd be afraid that because everything is essentially humid in San Juan, you'll be sealing humidity as well. If they'll be in storage for a week MAYBE...but I'd still be wary. Im not sure how much clothes you have but if it's anything remotely close to what members here have (I don't think I have much but others say I do. Does anyone else get told this?) it might be in your best interest to take it all with you on the flight. Seal it air-tight (it'll allow you to pack more) and pay the additional $80 for an extra luggage piece. (My parents just flew out from San Juan to Miami yesterday and they were nice to the lady who did check-in; they each had 2 pieces over the limit and only paid for one. If you're nice maybe you can get lucky.) Â If you're traveling with someone else maybe they can do the same or take something for you. Also...if you're a really good packer you can even put together a box that will qualify as a piece. (Check with your airline to be sure.) My folks did it - mom needed all her work clothes, or so she says. Or maybe you can put together aforementioned box(es) and send through the mail, express 2-day type thing.