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Feel the need for speed.

When lightweight speed is what you need, you can probably leave the kitchen sink at home. Patagonia designed the Yerba to carry the essentials without weighing you down. The Yerba is perfect for your daily commute or heading out into the woods for afternoon.
  • Padded, raised compartment protects your 17-inch laptop
  • Hydration-ready for hiking and cycling
  • Exterior stash pocket for an extra shell
  • Micro-fleece lined pocket protects your shades or MP3 player

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5 5

Yerba awesome!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This backpack is perfect size for carrying my laptop a light jacket and has two water bottle holders! it also has a sweet stash spot where it says patagonia on the back. this stash spot does not zip but is perfect for throwing things in when on the go. tupelo yellow color is very bright!

Lots of reviews on the function, what about...

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Lots of reviews on the function, what about the comfort? Are the straps/back panel well padded for comfort wearing all day?

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yup, the pack straps and back panel are nicely padded on the Yerba pack

Does anyone know the specfic name of the...

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Does anyone know the specfic name of the purple & lavender model?

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unfortunately it's a discontinued color from a past season, Backcountry is just using those pics to show detail. If I remember correctly it was called Acai by Patagonia.

4 5

Kind of weird

The front pocket is strange. It just stretched out. Not sure what you would put in there. Because what ever you did could easily fall out. Also the pack seemed pretty small. I am a big guy so maybe that was the issue. But just didn't feel comfy. Construction was nice and had nice features.

Hello; does anyone know if this is a...

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Hello; does anyone know if this is a waterproof pack? I need to commute to work on my bike everyday, and is rainy season now... Cheers!

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Water resistant, not water proof. Probably do in a light rain, but anything more and it's going to leak a little. You can always get a rain cover, they're small, cheap and light.

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Hey Pablo,

I would check out the Seal Line backpacks for a WATERPROOF pack. They are made by Cascade Designs in Seattle for bike commuting around the city. I read somewhere, before I bought my own, that they were designed after their kayak bags. I wouldn't trust the Seal Line bag to be drowned in the ocean. But what backpack could really hold up in those conditions?

As a quick comparison, my girlfriend has the older version of the Patagonia bag. In a light rain it would probably work for you on your bike for about ten minutes before starting to get wet, as they're not made to be waterproof. Definitely not for a downpour. The quality of the bag is still pretty nice though.

And if you wanted to head toward a liner, just pick up a dry sack. Cascade Designs makes some really nice ones. And throw one of those onto a rack. You can pick one up for almost a third of the price of this pack.

Happy hunting and good luck with your commute! It's nice to hear, and see, people still out riding when the weather is getting nasty.

How long is this pack? I'm pretty short...

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How long is this pack? I'm pretty short (5'3") and usually look to buy women-specific packs. I'm using an out-dated and too-long for my torso North Face daypack that is on its last legs and looking to replace it. Is this going to be a good fit for my torso??

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Laura, 19" is the exterior back length measurement, which might be ok? There are also 2 ladies specific daypacks of a similar to design to the Yerba that will be released in June and available here on Backcountry that might be even better.

First, I noticed that the Tech Specs for...

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First, I noticed that the Tech Specs for the Yerba are not consistent (e.g. Tech Specs says this has a volume of 1953 cu in vs. 1343 in the header). The Specs aren't consistent with the Patagonia site info on the product, either.

Now, my question: How flexible is the back panel? I'm looking at the Yerba as a slightly larger replacement for a Black Diamond Magnum that I can fold and tuck into a larger bag. Would the Yerba be a good choice or do you have other suggestions? Thanks!

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Nice catch, the Yerba is in fact a 22L pack, which is 1343 cu inches. The back panel is definitely flexible enough to tuck into a larger bag, and would be a great pack for you

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The Patagonia Lightweight Travel Pack packs into it's own pocket so you can easily store it in another bag.

5 5

screaming deal

59 bucks for a fully featured daypack from Patagonia? Yes please! The Patagonia Yerba has everything you need in a small daypack and nothing you don't. Well thought out pockets and a secure and nicely padded laptop sleeve complement a fleece lined ipod/phone pocket and dual water bottle pockets on the side. It's great if you're looking for a little bit smaller pack to take to school or the office, or out for a quick hike.