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Patagonia Black Hole Duffel - 40L

Updated: Sep 10


Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 40L

Gear: Patagonia Black Hole Duffel - 40L


The Patagonia Black Hole 40L Duffel bag is an excellent choice for travelers who are looking for a durable and spacious bag to hold all their gear. This bag is made from high-quality materials, which ensures that it can withstand the wear and tear of travel. One of the standout features of this bag is its size. At 40 liters, it's big enough to hold everything you need for a weekend trip or a well planned week long trip. Despite its size, it's still compact enough to fit in most overhead compartments, which makes it an ideal carry-on bag for flights.


Category: Travel Gear

Weight: 2.8 lbs (40 L) - 2.9 lbs (55L) - 3.2 lbs (70L) - 3.9 lbs (100L)

Price Range: $159 - $219

Patagonia Black Hole Duffels

Pros: Burly recycled ripstop polyester fabric has a highly weather-resistant TPU-film laminate and a durable water-repellent (DWR) treatment to help moisture bead up on the surface. Large opening to the main compartment; zippered side pocket on the exterior can also be accessed from inside the duffel; a mesh pocket under the lid holds small items. A padded base adds structure and protects the bag's contents. Duffel stuffs into its own pocket for easy, compact storage. Padded, removable shoulder straps let you carry the Black Hole® Duffel like a backpack and can be detached when not in use; reinforced haul handles are durable. This carry-on-sized 40-liter duffel meets most airline and train carry-on requirements

Patagonia Black Hole Duffel open

One of the things I really appreciate about this bag is its durability. It's made from a bomb-proof and water-resistant material that can withstand all kinds of weather conditions. This means that you can take it with you on all your adventures, whether you're hiking in the mountains or exploring a new city.




Cons: Very difficult to stuff it back into "its own pocket" for storage. Does not include a shoulder strap for over-the-shoulder carrying, but Patagonia says you can buy an after-market strap.



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