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Velcro works very well. The inventor's inspiration was burdock. It's good for kids' shoes, hot-air balloons, and just about every soft material in between.
Ziploc packaging comes in several forms, one of which uses nanoformed ridges and valleys in soft plastic to maximise the contact surface area between opposing sheets.
What is the annoyance about zippers? I'm a great fan of them. Less so with velcro for outdoor use as it tends to get clogged with grass.
You need to specify the tightness and strength of the seal you want. Just to stop things flapping (buttons and toggles are great!), windproof, waterproof, with as much tensile strength as the fabrics?