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Diving into a cavernous duffel bag for your last clean pair of clean hiking socks can be extremely annoying, which is why you need the Patagonia Medium Black Hole Cube to facilitate easy access to must-have items when you're traveling on the road or flying to your favorite destination. Zippered mesh partitions separate your favorite stuff, hygienic accessories, and sports equipment, such as fishing gear and ski equipment. Polyester ripstop fabric withstands regular use and abuse, especially when it's subjected to overzealous airline attendants and cram-packed vehicle trunks. Plus, there's a TPU laminate and DWR finish that prevents outside moisture from ruining sensitive items.
- Portable travel bag for mid-sized accessories
- Ripstop fabric withstands abrasion
- TPU laminate and DWR finish repels moisture
- Zippered mesh partitions separate gear
- External daisy chain for lashing to packs
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- Q & A
I didn't realize how much I needed this!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm not what you'd call an "organized person".....at all. I'm 33 years old and still throw all my clothes in a duffle for traveling....I don't even own a suitcase. I start out a trip with everything in it's own general area of the bag, but by two days in nothing's in it's place, and I can never find what I'm looking for without emptying the entire duffle.
Enter Patagonia Black Hole Cubes. I didn't realize how much I was missing these in my life until I started using them this summer. They are super multifunctional and I find myself using them for everything.
I have loved the large size for keeping small clothing (like my socks, undies, and bras) together--I can pack them all in here (it's deceivingly large) and then throw the cube in my Black Hole Duffle and feel like I am actually an organized adult!
The medium has been great for a toiletry bag--sunscreen, deodorant, hairbrush, toothpaste, facewash--I can put everything I need for a few weeks in here. I love that there are two zip pockets--I can put some necklaces/bracelets/watches in and not worry about them falling out.
The small has been a great little bag to put some basic first aid supplies in. I keep it loaded and throw it in the car or the climbing bag.
They are also the perfect size for loading up with snacks and putting in a backpack or dry bag so your trail mix and granola bars don't end up scattered and lost inside your pack.
These are made to last--very durable, good zippers, and material that will easily wipe clean.
Versatile and Super Handy
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These bags are awesome, find a million different ways/reasons to use them.
I generally use the small one for a personal toiletry bag. Also have used it as a small medical kit.
The medium for snacks, and electronics such as camera and cell phone.
The picture for the large doesnt do it justice. I was able to fit 12 quick draws, and PAS under one mesh side. Harness and chalk bag in the other mesh side, then close it up with my shoes inside. It easily lashes to the outside of my rope bag making storing and travelling with my climbing gear incredibly easy.
My favorite part about having separate sturdy bags like this is you can keep them packed, then just grab and go. The nylon is durable and can repel some light snow or moisture.
Let me know if you have any questions!