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Fit a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine in the Patagonia Lightweight Travel Pack, jump on your cruiser, ride to the beach, and enjoy the waves and a sunset. Or stuff this backpack into its stow pocket and pack it in your luggage so you’ll have a sturdy backpack for hiking on your vacation.

  • Double ripstop nylon is as durable as a picnic basket
  • Main pocket has a cinch drawcord to hold items securely in place
  • Easily access your wallet and keys with the zippered lid pocket
  • Dual mesh side pockets hold water bottles or snacks
  • Lightweight foam cushions the load to protect your back
  • Stuffs into its own self storage sack so you can store it easily in a bigger bag when travelling
  • Dimensions are 16.5 x 10 x 5in (42 x 25 x 12cm)
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Decent Job - expected a little more.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I did a lot of research prior to buying this bag for a 2 week trip to Europe. I wanted it for 2 things - its light weight and its ability to compress down significantly.

Overall, it met the 2 key needs, but it wasn't easy to carry as it was a bit too tall and could have used some more pockets and strap management. The straps were too long and, unlike the similar Lightweight Tote bag, the backpack doesn't have storage pockets for excess straps. And, like others, I found the sternum strap to pop-off a couple times, too. The bag needs to be fully stuffed to function well and rarely do I need that much stuff to carry around.

Overall, I just though the bag was okay. It met most expectations but definitely did not exceed them. I found my old Jansport a lot more functional with more pockets for better organization, more structure, and better overall functionality.

Exactly what It says it is

    I got this before a 2 week trip to Belize, I have a large camera bag but wanted something I could toss in for all those times when I didn't need the large bag, and this worked perfectly! It was the only bag we carried after we got to where we stayed. It could fit mask, snorkel, snacks, towels, Belikin's, and of course sun screen. I throw it in my checked bag for every trip now. It is really small and lightweight (packs up to about half the size of a Nalgene), so I doubt it would be a good crag bag and I wouldn't shove it full to check at the airport, but thats not what its made for! Cheers!