Patagonia Black Hole 40L Duffel Bag

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One Size
£95.00
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Product details

  • Fabric: 100% Recycled Polyester
  • Lining: 100% Recycled Polyester
  • Capacity: 40L
  • Bluesign approved
  • Zipped side pocket
  • Stuffs into own pocket
  • Water repellent finish
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Exterior daisy chains
  • Fair Trade certified
  • Airline compatible
  • Padded base
  • Weight 929g

Product information

Patagonia's smallest Black Hole Duffel is perfect for small loads and long weekends, with 100% recycled body fabric, lining and webbing. This carry-on sized duffel meets most airline and train carry-on requirements. Made from lightweight yet extremely durable, 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a TPU-film laminate to create a fabric that’s weather-resistant, abrasion-resistant and highly packable; lined with 100% recycled polyester with a tough polyurethane coating.

The top zipper allows the bag to open wide for quick access to the entire main compartment. When empty, the duffel stuffs into its own pocket for compact, self-contained storage. Padded, removable shoulder straps let you carry the Black Hole Duffel like a backpack and can be detached when not in use.

A zippered side pocket can be reached from the outside or inside of the bag and a mesh interior lid pocket keeps essentials organized and close at hand. The padded base protects the contents of the Black Hole Duffel from rough terrain and hard knocks. The exterior daisy chains are sturdy and reinforced and provide myriad lashing options for extra gear.

 

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