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We love Patagonia's Black Hole fabric for two reasons: It looks sweet, and it's waterproof. On the Cinch pack, it's paired with lightweight shoulder straps and a simple top loading design for easy access to all your gear.
With a cavernous 28 liter main compartment and laptop sleeve big enough to hold a 15-inch laptop, the Refugio can easily carry the essentials for work and gym or extra layers on long day hikes.
We've entered the golden age of the duffel. There is no lack of great options but we keep coming back to the 45-liter Patagonia Black Hole because of its durability, just-right size, and outdoorsy looks.
Made from a tear and weather-resistant nylon fabric, the main compartment of this small hip pack has a zip security pocket and key clip.
Made with weather resistant, lightweight, and ripstop nylon this duffel has a diagonal zipper which provides wide access to the main compartment and a tubular webbing grab handles adjust for various carrying options in hand, over the shoulder or as a backpack.
If the Refugio (above) is too big, check out the Atom which at only 18 liters isn't big enough to weigh you down but still has room for a few books, some snacks, and a camera.
A water-resistant shell, 15-inch laptop sleeve, and inner mesh organizational pockets make this pack a go-to when the weather gets bad.