Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Mini 1L Hip Pack

Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Mini 1L Hip Pack
Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Mini 1L Hip Pack
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Ultralight Black Hole Mini 1L Hip Pack by Patagonia
The Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Mini 1L Hip Pack isn't your father's fanny pack, not only because it's more durable, lightweight, and packable, but because he got his in 1983 and still wears it everyday. Meanwhile, you've got the modern looks and performance of an ultralight hip pack that's ready for long day hikes and far-flung travels. This pack is made with the same durable and highly water-resistant fabric as famously bombproof Black Hole bags, so you know it's up for adventure after adventure wherever you bring it. And it'll be easy to bring along anywhere thanks to its ultra-packable design that stuffs down into its own front pocket and fits easily into any daypack, duffel, or travel bag.

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SKU: PAT02ZQ
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