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Patagonia Arbor 20L Daypack

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Arbor 20L Daypack

The Patagonia Arbor 20L daypack is compact and simple, making it useful for quick trips around town, or as a small carry-on. The timeless design is made up of recycled polyester with a DWR finish to provide durability and weather resistance for those times when you are caught in the rain. The large front pocket makes loading and unloading a breeze while the small zippered stash pocket keeps your small items organized and easy to find.

  • The smaller Arbor pack for casual use
  • DWR treatment provides protection from the weather
  • 15in padded laptop sleeve protects your computer
  • Ergonomic shoulder straps provide comfort
  • Item #PAT02I2

Responsible Collection
Bluesign Approved, Certified B-Corp, Recycled/Repurposed
600d recycled polyester
20L (1220cu in)
Shoulder Straps
Human Curve
zippered stash
Laptop Sleeve
15in padded
19 x 12 x 4in
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Perfect for light travelers

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
One Size
6` 0"
180 lbs

This bag is perfect if you're a minimalist traveler. I enjoy the fact that you aren't losing any space to over engineered dividers like you find in most bags. You get the entire 20L to use from the get go. The other big positive for this bag to me was the way it opens. The front loading zipper goes all the way down to the bottom so when the bag is fully open you can view everything packed away at a glance. Using the rolling method, I'm easily able to get 4-5 days worth of clothes into this bag, an extra pair of slacks, sweater, zip-lock bag of toiletries, and a compressible rain jacket with some space to spare. Like I said earlier, the ability to use every square inch of the bag allows you to Tetris your clothes in easily. Lastly the look of the bag was another plus. The bags I've found that were somewhat similar to this all looked like you had luggage strapped to your back. The Arbor daypack just looks like a typical backpack.


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