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Patagonia Yerba 24L Backpack

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    11 Reviews


    From class to the crag.

    Patagonia designed the Yerba 24L Backpack for the on-the-go climbers that go directly from class to the crag. Its generous main compartment stores climbing gear, textbooks, or a 60-meter without a problem. Patagonia made the shoulder straps and back panel out of Air Flow mesh for airflow and ventilation. Its fabric comes from recycled bottles, and Patagonia's proprietary DWR coating lasts much longer than standard water-resistant treatments. The Yerba also features a padded laptop sleeve that should protect your computer from your quickdraws.

    • Air Flow mesh shoulder straps and back panel
    • Recycled polyester with DWR coating
    • Zippered lid pocket, large front pocket
    • One internal laptop sleeve
    • Stretch side pockets
    • Item #PAT00EF

    Tech Specs

    [body] 450D recycled polyester, [base] 450D recycled polyester ripstop, [lining] 200D polyester, [stretch pockets] 66% nylon, 34% spandex, DWR coating
    24L (1465cu in)
    Air Flow mesh shoulder straps and back panel
    [external] 1 zippered lid, 1 large front, 2 side water bottle, [internal] 1 padded laptop sleeve
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 4.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, hiking, commuting, travel
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    Excellent everyday pack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    About a half year in and I'm loving this backpack. I've used it for just about everything from a day pack for hiking, carrying my soccer or volleyball gear, and even using it as bike pack when I feel like riding to work, it does whatever I ask of it. I will say the chest clip did slip off after three months of use, but I just tightened the straps to compensate, and will eventually get around to putting it back on.

    Lots of space!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love the simplicity of the pack. Lots of open space with just enough pockets to organize the small things. If you are packing a computer it is good as long as it is not a 15in computer. It is my daily pack that i use around town.

    Seems like the perfect size

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've taken this bag to Hawaii as well as range quite a few times now as well as on a few hikes. I used it mainly to hold my gear as well as a few articles of clothing. My load out typically includes my Canon 5d and whatever else I need for that adventure. This backpack holds it all well. It is not too bulky and holds its shape. It seems to spread the weight well and for me doesn't make my back to sweaty.

    When I first got it, I was a little worried since the fabric seemed a bit thin and that it would tear. I was expecting a much tougher nylon material but this seems to be holding up okay. When my pack is loaded, it is typically holding anywhere from 10 - 15lbs of stuff (e.g, at the sporting clays - 180 rounds of 12 gauge shot shells).

    So far, it has held up well. I plan to keep using it as my main bag replacing my Triple Aught Design Fast Pack (too long and bulky). I would buy this bag again.

    Better Than Expected!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this backpack on sale to use for my laptop and a few books around campus. When it arrived it was bigger than I anticipated. Not only does it hold my laptop and a few books, but a small tripod and all my laptop accessories with room to spare! Its great!

    Great pack, not meant for heavy loads

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this pack to use for my school books. It is a great-looking pack with good capacity. It is not constructed for heavy loads being rather soft and with no hip support. It can be a little uncomfortable when I have heavy textbooks in there, but is great for lighter loads. The material seems really durable, and the pockets are all the right size in the right place. Overall a good backpack.

    Great Backpack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The design is very well thought out. The top zippered pocket has a key holder, and is great for a phone, iPod, etc. The outside side pockets hold a wide range of water bottles. The outside center pocket is great for a coat or towel. The main area is bigger than I expected; it can fit everything from workout gear to a bicycle helmet. Overall great backpack.

    Cool backpack, okay for commuting.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So I like this backpack a lot as an all-around biking backpack. The big outer pocket for my bike lock is awesome. The pack itself is a little bit small for me, so make sure you check the liters and know what you're getting. I also wish the laptop sleeve were separate from the large top pocket and easier to access. However, this is great both for throwing in my macbook pro, some pens, 1 notebook, a lunch and a puffy. Then I can quickly empty it and it fits a climbing harness and shoes no problem. The zippered top pocket is great for easy access (but can lead to a top-heavy bag).

    Simple commuter computer bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Was looking for something small and simple with a laptop sleeve - nothing fancy. Wanted it to have the least amount of straps, loops, pockets, buckles and snaps. Minimalism was the selling point.

    All I need it to do is allow me toss in my computer and a jacket, then be comfortable so I can bike to work. This bag fits the bill.

    Bonus is the huge outer pouch. Was not thrilled at first but honestly it is pretty awesome. Easy holds a HydroFlask, or a Nalgene and quite possibly a 40 oz.

    With this stuffed full, would it fit the guidelines for a carry-on backpack size?

    Best Answer

    Hey Stacey - Most airlines would accept the Patagonia Yerba 24L Backpack as a carry-on when it is packed full. It is 20 x 14 x 4 inches when packed. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

    - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - - 801-736-4337