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An ideal tote picking up locally grown food

Put squash, snap peas, apples, and jam into the Patagonia Lightweight Travel Tote at the farmers’ market this summer. Double ripstop nylon is durable for loading up on goodies from your local orchards.
  • The Lightweight Travel Tote stuffs into its own pocket for easy storage on your way to market
  • Top-mounted buckles secure the contents and keep your veggies from shifting on your way home
  • Dual mesh side pockets hold water bottles or snacks
  • Lightweight foam cushions the load to protect your back and fruit
  • Zippered exterior pocket with key clip

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Ashley from Patagonia shares her thoughts on the Lightweight Travel Tote

5 5

2nd Time Round Still My Favorite!

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

I had bought this in a grey in 2006 and loved it for it's portability, versatility, and that you could stuff tons of stuff into it. I was traveling overseas for business and this came is so handy... even for bopping around the city for shopping at the market, going to the gym or lugging stuff from work. I even have used it for light hiking. I just bought the black version as I wanted a carry-all for carrying my laptop and gym clothes, food shopping. This tote still does the job! So utterly light and the black version is perfect for the city -- even going for drinks at swish places.

5 5

extremely versitle bag

i have had this bag for over 5 years and beat it up and it's still doing great. as far as it being a granny bag you can't do much with, i would argue against that point. i used it as my primary backpack when trekking through peru for 3 weeks and it held up great. yes, very minimalist, but bulletproof and user friendly non the less. it's been on every trip i have been on for the past 5 years and i travel extensively for work. i use it every day when at home as it carries my "just in case" items perfectly. the bag feels like an extension of me now. it also packs down to nothing in your carry on or check in luggage so it's great to have in cities when you are going to go out get food but don't want grocery bags. it's a perfect 365 day a year bag for me. i have never gotten so much bang for my buck with any bag as i have had with this one. i would give it 10 stars if i could.

3 5

Good granny grocery tote

Returned this item because it's too small & too granny. Although it has backpack straps, it also has goofy tote handles, which I couldn't ignore. This tote is best suited for a day of grocery shopping & not for the grand canyon river rafting trip I'm going on, or for my future travels, where I'll need a more backpacky type backpack. But it is a Patagonia product, which I swear by, so I gave it a 3. I have no reason to grade it lower. The previous model with the removal foam pad was awesome, but no longer available. See photo of the old pack in action in Mexico & here's a link to the out of stock version of what I was looking for. http://www.backcountry.com/patagonia-lightweight-travel-pack-1200cu-in-pat1320

Good granny grocery tote