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Patagonia Paxat Backpack - 1953cu in

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    4 Reviews


    Home, campus, and beyond.

    Patagonia's Paxat 32L Backpack helps you get through crowded campuses and airport security like a champ. The main compartment, secondary compartment, and laptop sleeve open wide for easy packing and inspecting. Patagonia built this pack out of partially-recycled fabric with a DWR treatment for weather-resistance. The padded laptop sleeve protects computers as large as 17 inches, and the secondary compartment has an internal organizer. There are also side pockets for security or water bottles, and the zippered top pocket is perfect for passports.

    • Air Flow mesh shoulder straps and back panel
    • DWR-treated, partially-recycled construction
    • Padded, TSA-compliant laptop sleeve
    • Secondary compartment with internal organization
    • Zippered top and side pockets
    • Water bottle side pocket
    • Item #PAT00YY

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    Recommended Use
    casual, travel
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb
    Laptop Sleeve
    yes, padded, TSA-compliant 17-inch
    1 secondary compartment, internal organization, 1 zippered top, 1 zippered side, 1 water bottle side
    front panel
    Shoulder Straps
    Air Flow mesh
    1953 cu in
    [body] 450D recycled polyester, [base] 450D recycled polyester ripstop, [lining] 200D polyester, [stretch pockets] 66% nylon, 34% spandex, [all] DWR finish

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    Good for a long torso

      Love this pack's features but when I put a 15" laptop in the dedicated compartment (along with some weight and bulk in the main compartment, it cut into my lower back for all 9 inches of the computer width and was very uncomfortable and made it impossible to have normal (curved) posture. I adjusted the shoulder straps as tight as they would go to lift the computer off my back which was more comfortable but meant the chest strap, adjusted all the way up, was directly across the middle of my breasts. I adjusted the chest strap all the way down and it was weird but workable. I'm a 5'6", 140 pound female with more leg than torso. I think someone with a torso 3 inches longer than mine would find this pack very comfortable.

      Very Good

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was also concerned that the behind the straps laptop compartment would be an issue for me, but came to the conclusion after using it for a while that it was a functional engineering decision. The behind the straps compartment can be a little bit of a pain when removing or inserting the laptop, but when it's packed, it stays flat against your back making the pack very ergonomic. The main compartment is also very spacious, and the pack has lots of features that make it a win win. I recommend this product.

      Laptop Pocket beneath Shoulder Straps

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I have an older Chacabuco and planned to replace it with the Paxat. But I returned it for one main reason - the TSA approved laptop pocket zipper is beneath the shoulder straps. So everytime the laptop goes in and out of the bag - one has to move the straps out of the way, unzip it, and have a surface to lay the bag down when its unfolded. Its not convenient to do this unless the bag is laying down on table or floor. I prefer being able to slip the laptop into my pack and go. My laptop goes in and out of my pack a few times a day - so that was a more bulky process than I preferred.

      Too bad - cause I really, really liked some of the features that distinguish this model from the Chacabuco (which is a good pack). I would've enjoyed the Paxat's taller front compartment, zippered side pouch, and the stretch panel on front is my favorite feature of my Osprey pack - and I think I really liked the idea of it on the Paxat as well. But the laptop pocket beneath the shoulder straps wasn't for me. For someone going through airport security all the time - maybe they'll appreciate that feature.