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Patagonia
Arbor 28L Lid Pack

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Arbor 28L Lid Pack

The Arbor 28L Lid Pack keeps things light and simple. We’re able to pack the essentials with us to class or a study session thanks to this pack's organization.


Details

  • Backpack for strolling around campus
  • Made of a durable recycled polyester material that is long-lasting
  • DWR finish ensures the bag’s items stay dry from morning dew
  • Several interior and exterior pockets to keep goods organized
  • Padded laptop sleeve fits most 15 inch laptops
  • Fair Trade Certified to support workers
  • Item #PATZ9VN
Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[face fabric] 600D recycled polyester, PU coating, DWR coating, [lining] 200D recycled polyester, PU coating, [webbing] 100% recycled nylon
Volume
28L (1709cu in)
Shoulder Straps
padded
Access
top
Pockets
[exterior] 1 zippered front, 1 zippered lid, [interior] 1 organizer
Laptop Sleeve
15in, padded
Dimensions
19 x 10.5 x 5in
Claimed Weight
1lb 2.3oz
Activity
casual, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 8, 2023

It does the job.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Weight:
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Lightweight, great for short plane trips, but they miss a few opportunities for more pockets.

Santiago S
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com