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Haglofs Tight Original XX-Small Hip Pack

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    Tight Original XX-Small Hip Pack

    • Item #HAG00P6

    Tech Specs

    Material
    400D/500D ATY Oxford nylon, Bluesign approved
    Volume
    7L (427cu in)
    Access
    top
    Pockets
    1 zippered external
    Claimed Weight
    12oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, commuting, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Small Pack, Large Personality

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pack is perfect for quick hikes with my dogs when I get off work. It keeps all my essentials on me, takes a beating, and acts as a nice pillow for when I get to the top and take a quick break. Not to mention its got a classic style that I love.

    I don't like having a pack on for every hike, but I always need water, dogie bags, a water bowl, and maybe some snacks. This pack carry's all of that, and I still have some room for say a light weight rain jacket. I was very impressed by this little pack, and think anyone would love to have one.

    Small Form Factor, Large Capacity

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Don't let the XX-Small name fool you, this fanny pack (or "Lumbar Pack" if you keep up with outdoor industry naming trends) has some serious cargo capacity. This is a great bridge between tiny running packs and full size backpacks for when you need more than just the bare essentials, but still want to travel light. It carries comfortably, the construction is burly, and the styling will give any 90s kids a healthy dose of nostalgia.

    I was able to easily fit a small water bottle, a light wind shell, gloves, a beanie, a headlamp, and some snacks in for a recent fall hike. I also think this would be great for longer mountain bike rides in remote terrain where you need to carry a few extra tools and parts to deal with mechanical emergencies.

    You might not have ever known you needed a large capacity hiking fanny pack, but give it a try, and I bet you'll be surprised at how often you'll find yourself reaching for it over a full-sized daypack.