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Core toughness for serious adventures or everyday ones.

The Patagonia took the bomb-proof durability of a climbing haul bag and morphed it into a technical day pack that will perform subperbly on any day hike, climbing session, or even just a day on campus. Patagonia's Black Hole fabric throws down with powerhouse 1200D nylon, DWR-treated fabric to ensure ultimate durability and water-resistance. Throw this pack on your back and forget about rain and bush-wacking through dense under brush; even if you're just trying to survive a day of classes, this bag will see you through the toughest of challenges.

  • Padded shoulder straps with load lifters help balance your load and they won't dig into your skin
  • Molded back panel gives you an easy fit and helps promote air circulation
  • Webbing waist-belt stops your pack from bouncing around
  • Black Hole duffel fabric(used in Patagonia's climbing haul bags)combines 1200D nylon and a DWR finish for extreme durability and moisture resistance
  • Water-resistant zippers keep rain out of your bag
  • Padded computer sleeve cradles laptops up to 17in; it also doubles as a ported hydration reservoir so you can carry a whistle wettener
  • Two mesh pockets, an organizer pocket, quick-access front pocket, and a lid pocket give you plenty of room to haul your daily essentials
  • Daisy chain lash points hold let you stow a rope, a yoga mat, or pretty much anything else you can tie on

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5 5

My Go-To Daypack

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I picked the Black Hole 35 to be my new every-day pack. It fits my 15" laptop, bike clothes & shoes, Nalgene bottle and lunch with room to spare. It's extremely durable and exceptionally comfortable on the back.

It's a winner!

3 5

Cool look, decent build and ergonomics

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I took this to Europe as my carry on and it functioned fairly well except for a few instances. While shoving my dirty clothes in here leaving Berlin the rubber pull tab on the top zipper pulled right off. That sucked. When it is stuffed full the zippers aren't super easy to get closed or open. The lip over the zippers is annoying when trying to open / close the bag. While the shiny DWR might be waterproof the uncoated Polyester that covers much of the bag (like the entire bottom) is not. I find it to be pretty unnecessary to have the lip over the zippers. Aesthetic, but not functional.

Overall this bag is about the look and it looks great.

5 5

Bad Ass Pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love it. Looks awesome. Waterproof. Wears very nice and comfy. Best pack I've owned. Looking to get some more of the Black Hole gear, worth every penny. Last a lifetime.

2 5

Water resistant, except from the top?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bike commute and the top pocket gets soaked every time it rains moderately hard. I think the water finds it's way in through the small pocket zipper on top, and depending on the duration of exposure, can saturate the entire bag. I started keeping a plastic bag in the top pocket, and then just stopped taking it out in the rain altogether, which was it's original appeal "...ultimate durability and water-resistance. Throw this pack on your back and forget about rain..." .
On the flip side, this is THE pack I choose for all my dry day adventure, it's comfortable, looks great, and is simple with just enough accessory options to stay organized.
I just wish i didn't leak!

2 5

Water resistant, except from the top?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bike commute and the top pocket gets soaked every time it rains moderately hard. I think the water finds it's way in through the small pocket zipper on top, and depending on the duration of exposure, can saturate the entire bag. I started keeping a plastic bag in the top pocket, and then just stopped taking it out in the rain altogether, which was it's original appeal "...ultimate durability and water-resistance. Throw this pack on your back and forget about rain..." .
On the flip side, this is THE pack I choose for all my dry day adventure, it's comfortable, looks great, and is simple with just enough accessory options to stay organized.
I just wish i didn't leak!

Does this work well with school too? Does it have any small organizational pockets for pens, pencils, etc?

Responded on

I'd say so, it does have an assortment of small pockets and even pen specific sheathes

Unanswered Question

How comfortable is the thin waist belt on long day hikes?

5 5

I HAVE A THING FOR BACKPACKS

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So you have a bunch of different backpacks, but you never seem to have the one that is "just right." For me this is just right for a lot of things, and I am very pleased with the purchase. The laptop sleeve is legit, not an afterthought, but doesn't take up a lot of interior space when not in use. This is a great "race pack" for bike races, easily fitting a helmet, shoes, and kit items.

5 5

perfect backpack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

i got this one, it is very good quality, big enough, good product.

5 5

My Go To!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Purchased this pack because I needed a multi tasking pack. One for commuting to school and one for approaching climbs and or over nighters. This pack does it all!
PROS- Top loading main compartment. Zipper is stiff at first but relaxes over time. Everything is so organized and you can see into in perfectly..
Spacious external zipper pockets (2) They are much bigger than I though :)
Comfy straps and sits perfect on my back!
Material is heavy duty!
there is a small clips to hold your lap top in the sleeve as well!

Cons- I currently don't have any haha! Maybe that I wish they made it in more colors :)

Its a must have piece of gear!

What are the dimensions of this bag? (width...

What are the dimensions of this bag? (width x length x height)

Best Answer Responded on

Hi Briton,
The dimensions are listed as 24 x 13 x 10 inches.
Please let us know if you have any other questions!

5 5

high and dry

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this pack every day for various tasks almost always involving a boat or canoe so water is ever-present. Most folks up in northern mn canoe country use plastic liners to keep gear dry in their packs but this unit protects my cargo better than expected. The convenience of a day pack with ought the added hassle of a plastic liner is great.

5 5

Phenomenal Pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this pack mainly for bike commuting in bad weather. So far it has done the trick. None of my work stuff ever gets wet. It sits well and is comfortable enough to ride in.

5 5

Does it all.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this a few months ago to use as a day pack on short camping trips and as a crag pack for sport climbing. It'll still be a couple of months until winter is over and I can use it for those activities, but it fits my 60m rope, 14 quickdraws, harness, chalkbag, and assorted small items easily. I clip the shoes to the exterior.

I've also started using it as a backpack for classes, and it's fantastic for this use. When it's snowing heavily and getting wet when the snow melts, it keeps my stuff dry. It holds my ridiculous number of textbooks with ease, and the large opening makes for easy access.

I expect this pack and I to have a long and fruitful relationship.

Responded on

Did you have enough additional space in the pack for other gear/ extras, after fitting in your whole sport climbing set-up (i.e. rope, draws, harness, chalk bag, etc.)?

Wicked rock formations

Wicked rock formations

Pete checking out the rock formations near Japanese Base Camp - Dhaluaghiri

River crossing

River crossing

Pete Wells crossing one of the numerous rivers on the way to Dhaulaghiri base camp

5 5

Solid

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag is perfect. It fits most all of my rock climbing gear, everything else has its attachment on the outside. I recently used it while snowshoeing and was super impressed. everything you put inside is very safe from any kind of moister. The bag is also super comfy.

Solid
4 5

Solid mininalistic generalistic hauler

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

1) solid ascetic (I got the blue) - looks rad
2) sufficient water resistance (tested in Minneapolis, snow/sleet/rain and Seattle light, med, heavy, really heavy rain; contents dry in both locales]
3) place to clip on bike light...although when bent of the handlebars the effectiveness of the light is compromised
4) pretty comfortable with variable loads. Hauling a few logs of firewood to the beach (had to carry the 6er and find something to pop the top], fits my eagle creek tri-fold perfectly (a must for bike commuting]
Here is the one star deduction:
1) no outer pockets; many times I would have appreciated a stash pocket for phone, water bottle, sunglasses, and frankly just stuff i forget to grab once my pack it on.