Patagonia Lightweight Black Hole Bags

Jan 11, 2017

Category: Gear

Patagonia, king among high quality outdoor suppliers, has just given their popular line of bags an exciting update. Welcome in the Lightweight Black Hole Bags.

These bags are kind of the Houdini jacket of the brand’s luggage line. They weigh considerably less than other duffle bags and backpacks from the California based brand, (the 30L duffle, for instance, weighs just 1 pound) but manage not to compromise at all when it came to durability or storage. Each one is made from a tough ripstop nylon and is given a TPU-film laminate and DWR finish for keeping your gear dry no matter the weather. Built to be brought along with you or kept in closets or cars in case of impromptu adventures, they also fold down easily into themselves. All things said they are exactly what you want from a bag – a lot of versatility and durability without too much of the heft that comes along with it. Prices start at just $50 and go up to $100. [Purchase]

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