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Patagonia say - Perfect for gearheads, the Black Hole® Duffel 70L easily swallows a week’s worth (at least) of stuff. It delivers the same legendary performance you expect from our Black Hole® bags, but with a huge step toward environmental impact reduction with 100% recycled body fabric, lining and webbing, and now a pioneering recycled TPU-film laminate with a sleek matte finish. Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory.

Body is made from weather- and abrasion-resistant 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a matte, recycled TPU-film laminate

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 withstand overzealous baggage handlers

A zippered side pocket can be reached from the outside or inside of the bag, and when empty, the duffel stuffs into the pocket for compact, self-contained storage; interior mesh lid pockets keep essentials organized and close at hand

Padded base protects the contents of the duffel from rough terrain and hard knocks

Sturdy, reinforced exterior daisy chains provide myriad lashing options for extra gear

Roughly fits up to four Black Hole® Cubes - 14L in the bottom of the duffel, with room for extra layers or gear on top

Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory, which means the people who made this product earned a premium for their labor

1365.03 g (48.15 oz)

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