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  • Patagonia - Lightweight Travel Mini Hip Pack - 61cu in - Craft Pink
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Patagonia Lightweight Travel Mini Hip Pack - 61cu in

$29.00

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    • Andes Blue, One Size
      $29.00
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      $29.00
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      $29.00
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      $29.00
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    Definitely NOT a fanny pack.

    Instead of conjuring images of Bermuda shorts, socks with sandals, and pasty British cruise-shippers, Patagonia's Lightweight Travel Mini Hip Pack makes you think of abandoned Cambodian temples, Brazilian street festivals, and cobbled Czech alleyways. It sits around your waist like a traditional fanny pack, but can also be slung comfortably over your shoulder and even packs into its own internal pocket when you have your passport, phone, wallet, and emergency snack tucked away elsewhere.

    • Nylon ripstop fabric
    • Water-resistant PU coating
    • Internal security pocket doubles as a stuff sack
    • Front pocket
    • Herringbone webbing belt
    • Item #PAT01AH

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] 70D nylon ripstop, PU coating, [base] 210D nylon double ripstop, PU coating
    Volume
    61 cu in
    Access
    top
    Pockets
    1 main, 1 zippered security, 1 front
    Claimed Weight
    3.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Awesome little hip pack!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This will not be a politically correct review. I love "hip" packs, so much so that I still call them "fanny" packs because that's what they used to be called when I first fell in love with them. My last such pack was fairly large, and while I thought it rocked, my bride (of now 20 years) decided early in our marriage that my fanny pack was totally gay (in a South Park sense, of course), and refused to let me wear it. I went with black with this little Patagonia pack (accessory Man Bag), and it's as small as it can be and still fit my wallet, my big i-phone, a couple protein bars, and a few other things. I love it. I wear it skiing, hiking, or just out and about outdoors, and while my bride kind of frowns, she can deal with it. Two big major thumbs up. Saved my marriage!! Now don't need to go shopping for a second wife who appreciates mini light weight hip packs, which are totally "hip." It's about 4" high and 7-8 inches wide. Love it!!

    Style and function

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm not sure if it's just me but fanny packs should have never gone out of style. This is the greatest accessory that has happened to me in a while, it fits my wallet phone and a couple extra necessities, not to mention I think it looks pretty darn cool since Patagonia did a great job with the colors and fitting. I use it for running errands to simply running (because who hasn't struggled with where to put your phone when you want to listen to music but your wearing leggings that don't have pockets).

    Works good

      This works good for it's intended use which was to bring my cellphone with me on walks and runs with my dogs.... especially having an older dog who I sometimes think won't finish his walks. Thinking back on this purchase the price is a little high for what it is but I guess you're paying for the name brand.

      Versatile Travel Buddy

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Yayayaya! I love this. At first, I thought, "hmmm...how could this fanny pack differ from any other fanny pack?" I'll tell you how! Ample pocket space, padded and cushy underside, water resistant exterior, and the straps are incredibly easy to tighten or loosen. Sometimes I tighten them all the way up and hold it like a mini clutch. I love this thing. My main purpose for it is to make change when I'm selling art in festivals, but I know it would be just as killer one a hike to carry the essentials. I use it to carry my phone and wallet when I'm skateboarding. 10/10!

      Excellent size

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This pack is the right size for ditching a pack or bag if you want to keep it minimal. There is room for even the plus sized phones as well as keys and anything else you might want to carry. For the biking side, it can hold a tube, co2 inflator or a compact pump, tire levers, as well as some gels or food too. Not too much extra room where it is flapping around on your waist while you are trying to do things which makes it nice.

      Perfect Hiking Holster

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Bought this fanny for my sis and she loves it! Fun colors and perfect size! Big enough to fit iPhone and essentials. She uses it on shorter hikes. She also said it is very comfortable to wear when hiking. Definitely a good go to fanny to holster your essentials on a short hike

      Is it fully water proof? If I were to take it to a water park would my belongs get wet in the zipper pouches?