Patagonia Lightweight Travel Sling
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A tough, lightweight travel bag that stows into its own pocket and has a three-point-adjustable shoulder strap.
With a teardrop design for efficiency and an unpretentious look that blends into the crowd, this enlightened travel bag folds up to the size of a pair of socks yet carries a full day's quiver of goods. The sling design stays clear of your arms and the ultralight double-ripstop fabric molds to the shape of your back for all-day carrying comfort. The main compartment is roomy enough for a map, lunch and a shell, with extra space for found treasures. One organizational pocket, with a keychain clip, holds easily lost items and a side-mounted mesh pocket holds your water bottle. The 3-point-adjustable mesh shoulder strap has an electronics pocket for your phone or audio device. The entire pack stuffs into its own pocket and the waistbelt tucks into a sleeve. Made of 1.8-oz 40-denier 100% nylon double-ripstop with a polyurethane coating and a silicone finish. Reinforced with 6.3-oz 210-denier 100% nylon double-ripstop that has a polyurethane coating.
You'll be able to leave your big backpack in the hostel and throw the Patagonia Lightweight Travel Sling Bag over your shoulder when you go exploring in Southeast Asia. Double-ripstop fabric provides excellent tear resistance in case you run into sharp objects when perusing the market. This lightweight bag packs into its own stuff pocket for storage in your bigger backpack when you move on to the next destination. If you keep this sling bag out while you hop on trains and planes, you can stash your passport and cash in the internal organization pocket.
A tough but lightweight travel bag that stows into its own pocket and carries with a grab-and-go, 3-point-adjustable shoulder strap; updated with lighter, more durable fabric The feel of this bag is open-ended; like a good itinerary, with just the features a traveler needs. The ultralight double-ripstop fabric molds to the shape of your back, keeping the load close to your center of balance. The main compartment is roomy enough for a map, lunch and a shell, with extra space for found treasures. Two organizational pockets, one with a key-chain clip, hold easily lost items.
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