We’re Taking Orders Again
One month ago, we closed our retail stores and distribution centers for the health and safety of our employees and customers. After much consultation and a lot of hard work, we’re pleased to announce patagonia.com is back in business.
Thanks for Your Patience
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Keeping Things in Perspective
Selling clothing isn’t an essential service. We all know this. More than anything, we are humbled by and extremely grateful for the health care professionals, public servants, farmers, grocery store workers, delivery folks and many others who are working their hardest right now. Thank you.
Retail Stores, Repairs and Dealers
We’re excited to get back to work, but our values haven’t changed. As always, we encourage you to buy only what you need, buy local when possible and repair what you already own. Our retail stores and repair services remain closed for now, but we have DIY repair guides available online and Patagonia dealers in your area.
Responsibly Sourced, Shelf-Stable, Nutritious Food
Our food business is also open with an expanded marketplace of products from like-minded farmers, ranchers, fishers, artisans and brands. We invite you to visit Patagonia Provisions and get responsibly sourced, shelf-stable, nutritious foods delivered right to your door.
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No water bladder sleeve???
REALLY disappointed there is no sleeve for a water reservoir. I needed an ultralight, ultracompact day pack to take along for day hikes when I go backpacking or traveling. This fit the bill (I thought) with weight and features (side pockets, daisy chains, padded back and straps - YAY!) I didn't realize that it did not have a water bladder slee... Read Moreve...isn't that standard in ALL packs? Even the crappy Walmart backpacks have them. The weight that a sleeve would add is so minuscule. REALLY disappointed. This was going to be my go-to day hiking bag.
Hi Jill! We're sorry to hear you're disappointed. Please note that this lightweight pack was designed with simplicity in mind and therefore it was not meant to have a hydration sleeve. Sorry for the confusion! Please feel free to return your pack if you were looking to do so, but haven't already.
An apparent success
A comfortable pack for short hikes and city adventures. After the better part of a week wandering the streets of London, I'll give it five stars. Great space in the bulk compartment along with strategically positioned two zippered stash compartments. Further adventures will demonstrate endurance but i have consistently found Patagonia's p... Read Moreroducts hold up to my unrelenting use. Five stars until futher notice.
So far so good
I bought the pack to use as a diaper bag, and so far (son was born Dec. 4) it's been great for packing a small electric breast pump, changing pad (complete with diapers, supplies, etc. folded inside) and our feeding chart—not much else. I'll try to update the as he grows.
Love it !
I was searching for a compact light backpack to fit inside the water bottle pouch of my 26L Patagonia backpack as I was planning to travel with only one backpack. This was exactly what I needed, basic ‘black hole’ bag with 2 zipper pockets. There is one pocket inside for safe keeping of wallet, keys, etc. The second one is on the top of the backpa... Read Moreck. I used it for pens some spare change and some headphones (too small for an iPhone, but I wouldn’t put it in there anyways). The backpack is spacious enough for day hike, exploring a city or just throwing in a towel and snacks and heading to the beach. Patagonia always puts a generous amount of space for water bottles. My 32oz can fit easily but it does make it weighted on that side . Also if you bend down for something (And your back is arching forward) your water bottle WILL fall out. It doesn’t have much shape to it but that’s what makes it fit into itself when you want to store it away. If I really want some type of shape I’ll place the jacket I have at the bottom of it so I have a ‘base’ Easy simple yet a nice pack.
Using for travel. Replacing heavier Patagonia pack I used as my carry on. Took on a trip to Japan in September. So lightweight. I actually didn't use a purse at all. This pack carried everything I needed. Love the inside and outside top zipped areas. Passport, and important items were kept safely inside.
Causes lower back pain
Firstly, I am a very athletic person with no lower back issues. I have been wearing this backpack for about a month now. Unfortunately it is very poorly designed. The way the low back part joins with the base and the straps causes the bottom part to push into the body with a curve, making your lower back push forward. This happens whether you wear ... Read Morethe pack high or low, and regardless of how you pack the items in it (I’ve moved things around trying different strategies). When the lower back region curves forward, it strains the muscles there and creates lower back issues. Unfortunately this has not been designed well. Hopefully Patagonia can replace the backpack with a similar item that does not harm the wearer. I gave it one star for its handy pockets and another for its lightweight quality. However the lightweight nature also causes it to have a very flimsy shape.
Hi Nicolas, please send that pack back to us, especially if it's causing lower back pain. The last thing we would want is to have you keep a product that you're not able to use and causes discomfort. We'll reach out to you to get that item back into us.
Ultralight black hole review
The perfect pack to wear in front if carrying a backpack. Upper flap has easy access to ID, side pockets give easy access to water bottle. Has loops for a waist belt if using as a main backpack. The pack is perfect for someone 5' 6" or shorter with the chest strap. For someone close to 6' the shoulder straps are a tad short, and the ... Read Morechest strap is too high. But perfect if you're not using the chest strap.
Sized like a child's backpack
The shoulder straps/pads/sternum strap design is sized for a child, not an adult. Fairly useless as is, sending back.
We're sorry to hear this item didn't work out for you! Please note that your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you would like to initiate a return or exchange, you may do so [HERE](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=returns).
Smaller than expected
The fit is very strange. By the time you the pack to fit the buckles for the shoulder straps are hitting your shoulders. And the sternum strap is all but useless. The only way I got a somewhat comfortable fir was to get the pack to ride very high on the back by cinching down the shoulder straps. Would not recommend this pack.
I am sorry to hear about the fit of the pack. If the pack isn't working out for you, you can start a return [here](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
One design flaw
Overall great bag for shoving in the suitcase for trips and for jaunting around town. It's a perfect size with just the right feature set, plus I've been waiting for the drawstring top loader version. One design flaw....the connection points within the top pocket/lid for the drawstring cord are situated such that the top pocket gets squee... Read Morezed down to a practically unusable size when pulled closed. Don't put a sandwich in there!
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