Patagonia Mass Sling

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If your "office" on any given day moves from the coffee shop to the park and then to the pub, throw your 13-inch laptop in the Patagonia Mass Sling and pedal to the cafe in the morning. The Mass Sling positions the load behind the shoulders, and the single-strap design makes getting to your stuff simple--just spin it around. When you get to the park, your essentials are still organized in this sling's ample pockets--there's even a bike-pump pocket so you can air up before hitting the pub. If you are commuting in hot weather, the breathable, moisture-moving 3-D spacer mesh pads on the shoulder strap and molded back panel keep you cool. If your work (or last pint) for the day stretches into darkness, at least you'll stay seen with the reflective panel on the front and the bike light (not included) attached to the designated lash point.

- Backcountry.com

Built with forward momentum in mind, the Patagonia Mass Sling combines the support of a backpack with the convenience of a courier bag. The sling design positions the Mass's load right behind your shoulders, preserving your arm and torso mobility. A simple spin of the single strap provides access to all your gear. Sized for today's mobile electronics, the main compartment opens with a side zipper. Three pockets inside, including a padded one for a phone, keep small items organized. A padded sleeve protects most 13-inch laptops or tablets.

- Mountain Gear

The Patagonia Mass Sling is a 3-point sling daypack that combines the support of a backpack with the hands-free convenience of a courier bag.

- CampSaver.com

A 3-point sling daypack that combines the support of a backpack with the hands-free convenience of a courier bag. Built with forward momentum in mind, the Mass Sling combines the support of a backpack with the convenience of a courier bag. The sling design positions the Mass's load right behind your shoulders, preserving your arm and torso mobility. A simple spin of the single strap provides access to all your gear.

- Rocky Mountain Trail