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You know that sinking feeling you get when you realize that you've left your wallet at home? Well, it's a lot more sinky when you're in another country, and you realize that you've left your wallet somewhere between last night's tiki bar and your flight home. The Patagonia Lightweight Travel Hip Pack keeps your essentials organized, handy, and attached to your body so you don't end up stuck in South America with nothing  but a suitcase full of souvenirs and an empty bank account.

  • Adjustable seat-belt webbing lets you wear this pack around your waist or over your shoulder bandolier-style
  • Compressible nylon fabrics let you stuff this pack into one of the pockets so it won't take up much space in your suitcase or overnight pack
  • Polyurethane coating repels light rain and spilled beverages
  • Large main compartment is big enough for a travel camera, your phone, and a few granola bars
  • Interior hanging security pocket stashes your debit card or passport
  • Key clip keeps your car keys safe and sound

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5 5

My BF keeps stealing mine for mt biking.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

...So I guess I know what I'm getting him for Christmas.

There's a lot of room in this sack. A LOT. It can fit a nalgene, camera, sketchbook and a wallet or a snorkel, mask and pack towel. I love how you can fold it up into its own little pouch. That's a win.

I just wish there was a way to cinch this close to my body when its not all the way full - the fabric seems strong, but there's no structure to hold this pack's shape. I'm gonna have to modify it with some ski straps or something.

4 5

Why did these packs ever go out of style

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I am all about packing light and using small packs. I got to use as a day or overnight pack to carry somethings like a GoPro, phone charger, tooth, etc.

The pack is actually very large and can hold a lot of things in it. It is almost too big because it has to be pretty full for it to hold its shape. It has three pockets, one big main pocket which a smaller pocket in it(that is also used as a stuff sack to compress the pack down to a small size) and one pocket on the outside. The material is thinner than I expected and seems like it could be ripped kind of easily and it also doesn't hold its shape very well but I have used it pretty frequently and have not had a problem. It has a nice big, thick waist strap that is comfortable to wear but I have had some problems with it slowly loosening if the pack has a lot of weight in it.

Over all I like it and I use it a lot, it looks good too. Besides the few things about it that I don't totally love which I talked about earlier, I think its a good quality product. Do recommend.

3 5

exceeds expectations

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got this product to replace an old lumbar pack that got stolen from me. I use it as a dopp bag, and it has more than ample room for my toothbrush and what ever else. But it is smaller than i thought. It could be improved by making a pocket for the waist band to store in when not in use. love the versatility but come on $40 bucks? good quality 3 stars for being too expensive

Patagonia Lightweight HIp Pack review

Jimmy from Patagonia shares his thoughts on his favorite fanny pack, the Lightweight Travel Hip Pack

What are the dimensions?

What are the dimensions?

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This hip-pack measures 11" x 3.5" x 5.5" with a max hip-belt length of 44".

5 5

I really like this pack.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This pack is great. The pockets are intuitive,and the materials are the best I've ever seen in a pack of this type. The nylon ripstop looks very strong and is showing no wear, and the nylon belt is extremely smooth and comfortable, much more than most nylon straps. Much more.

The buckle is great, and being able to keep this on me all the time has proven very useful when biking.

However, the price is a bit steep. I got it for $27 and that seems more fair. But you get what you pay for, I guess.