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Patagonia Black Hole 120L Wheeled Duffel

$349.00

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    Spacious storage with smart, rugged design.

    When your long travels require you to bring everything but the kitchen sink, count on the Patagonia Black Hole 120L Wheeled Duffel to handle the load. This big, burly bag has ample space to carry everything you need for multi-week stays in foreign locales, and its rugged construction ensures it can hold up against bad baggage handlers and worse weather.

    Ripstop fabric is highly abrasion-resistant so the Black Hole 120L can take a serious beating, and the TPU-film laminate and DWR finish repel water so the bag's contents don't get soaked when you're making your way to your hotel in a downpour. You can throw this bag around by its haul handles without worry, because the bottom is padded with foam to protect contents. Making your way around airports, train stations, and city streets is easy thanks to smooth-rolling oversized wheels and a convenient telescoping handle. Patagonia knows that load and tie-down options are essential with gear bags, so it has provided four corner-mounted webbing daisy chains for the big loads. A U-shaped lid to the main compartment makes it easy to find what you're looking for, and the zippered exterior pocket and two zippered internal mesh pockets help you stay organized.

    • Polyester ripstop fabric
    • TPU-film laminate and DWR finish
    • Foam-padded bottom
    • Sturdy frame sheet
    • Telescoping handle
    • Oversized wheels
    • Corner-mounted webbing daisy chains
    • Item #PAT00ZD

    Tech Specs

    Material
    900D polyester ripstop, TPU laminate, DWR coating
    Volume
    120L (7323cu in)
    Rolling
    yes
    Pockets
    1 zippered side, 1 mesh lid
    Closure
    zipper
    Claimed Weight
    138 oz
    Recommended Use
    travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    • Q & A

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    Disappointed

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had recently purchased this bag prior to a three month trip. At the end of the trip the wheels were damaged and bent in. This happened with only 45lbs or gear. It is a nice bag, but only for airport travel. This bag lacks the strength and durability to be a large duffel.

    Since writing this post I opted to go with the REI 34 inch rolling duffel. Im not a huge fan of REI, but their bag seems much more durable and better constructed than the Patagonia bag. The Tatonka Flight Roller looks like a quality bag as well and is quite large at 135 L.

    PREVIOUS POST:
    The bag is great, but having a wheeled duffle I expect it to be really tough. The new material that patagonia is using on their black hole line of duffles is not as durable. This is fine for the rest of the duffles, but the wheeled one needs to be a little more durable to take all the abuse of being dragged around corners and getting pulled up and around stair wells. In my opinion the north face wheeled duffle is far more durable with its thicker fabric. Yes, the NF bag is a little heavier, but for the purpose that trade off is worth it. I love all the black hole bags, but for the wheeled option I would go with the NF.

    Really nice, but the best?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The bag is great, but having a wheeled duffle I expect it to be really tough. The new material that patagonia is using on their black hole line of duffles is not as durable. This is fine for the rest of the duffles, but the wheeled one needs to be a little more durable to take all the abuse of being dragged around corners and getting pulled up and around stair wells. In my opinion the north face wheeled duffle is far more durable with its thicker fabric. Yes, the NF bag is a little heavier, but for the purpose that trade off is worth it. I love all the black hole bags, but for the wheeled option I would go with the NF.

    well named

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    It swallows all the stuff! If you need to haul a small mountain of gear on an airplane trip, this would be your bag. The red looks super slick and it seems to take abuse really well.

    Awesome Bag

      We have a few of the Patagonia black hole bags. We recently had our first child and needed a big bag for long trips to carry all of the baby related accessories. This big birtha is doing the trick. Very sturdy and comes with a lifetime warranty. Can't go wrong.

      Sick for all the Right Reasons

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I ordered this bag recently for an extended trip I will be going on. It is very heavy duty. The first thing I noticed was the cavernous size of the bag. You can pack this to the gills. I’m going on a year long trip and this will undoubtedly serve the purpose of packing for a year and 4 seasons.

      Also because of it’s durable outside you don’t have to worry about the seams or fabric/material ripping. The outer material is water resistant which is perfect because in previous bags it’s been a pain to try and maintain clean contents and interior when the exterior becomes wet and dirty. The material can be wiped off and looks great and the contents in the bag will have remained dry.

      Additionally, the clam shell flap design allows access to all sides of the interior space, unlike many duffels that simply zip down the middle. The extendable handle works smoothly and glides easily up and down. The wheels are very nice and I am not worried about them breaking or getting stuck if rolled over uneven material. Inside there are straps that cover and strap down all of the things inside to make everything tight and compact.

      In addition to the well made and durable bag, it’s very appealing to the eye. I got mine in Underwater Blue which I absolutely love. It’s great because I know it’s a quality bag but it also looks beautiful and badass while I’m using it. Overall a great bag, I can’t wait to take it on my adventures to come.

      Really digging the design

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used this bag for hauling my gear across country. Even when weighed down with wet swimmer gear, it wheels over any terrain with ease. With the ripstop material, it still looks brand new after months of use.

      Really digging the design

      Worked great on the crmbt

        I used this to haul my gear for the Colorado Rocky Mountain Bicycle Tour 2015. Fit inside the vestibule of my Marmot Eos 1p, no problem. My only concern is that the flap of the bag usually sits depressed. If the guides were to drop my bag off lying flat on the ground and a downpour hit, water could still infiltrate the bag through the zipper. That's probably asking too much of any bag without a pack cover. Strong wheels good handle, good material, perfect volume, decent look, little pricey, but you do want to arrive after a long day of riding and know your gear is dry and your bottle of Knob is secure.

        Bomber in every way!

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        This is the burly-est wheeled duffle I've ever had. It puts the last one I had to shame, and that one took a beating after 15 years. The fabric, construction, details and design scream QUALITY - which is what I've come to expect from Patagonia. With the green logo, it also "stands out from the pack" on the lugguage carrousel or cart, with out being obnoxious. I REALLY love this bag.

        Bomber in every way!
        Unanswered Question

        Does the handle protrude inside the bag or is the bottom inner face perfectly flat ?

        Does this wheeled duffel meet airline requirements, or would it require excess baggage fee's? Also, does this style stand up "on end" by itself?

        Maile,



        The dimensions on this are 31x15x14. You can check with the airline and see if it is withing their size restrictions. Also, find out their weight restrictions, so you don't over-pack.



        Have a great trip!

        Emily Jenson

        Expert Gearhead

        ejenson@backcountry.com

        801.746.7587

        This bag has a capacity of 120 liters, I have a 140-liter/8500 cu in Mountain Hardwear rolling duffle that has no problems getting into regular checked luggage whether flying domestic or international. The heaviest checked load was 90lbs, however I believe today's per-bag limit is 70lbs.