Whether you're heading to work, class, or the woods, the Patagonia Refugio 28L Backpack has got you covered. This three-compartment pack provides the space you need for a full day adventure, and the organization to keep it from becoming a full-day backpack cavity search. Airflow mesh on the shoulder straps and back panel prevent overheating while the adjustable sternum strap has an emergency whistle, and compression straps stabilize contents.
Body 420-denier nylon oxford plain weave
Base 450-denier ballistic nylon
Lining 200-denier polyester
Stretch-woven pockets 66% Nylon / 34% Spandex
All treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
20" x 13" x 7"
Generous main compartment with dump pockets for quick organization on the go
Secondary compartment with internal organization has plenty of options for electronics and supplies, along with a secure lanyard for keys
Interior padded sleeve is raised off the ground to protect most 15" laptops from impact; sleeve secures with a buckle closure and doubles as a hydration bladder holder complete with tube port
Exterior vertical zippered stash pocket for quick access to essentials
Microfleece-lined pocket for sunglasses and electronics
Stretch-woven pockets accommodate a full range of water bottle shapes and sizes
Air Flow mesh shoulder straps and back panel
Adjustable sternum strap with emergency whistle
Top-mounted, reinforced haul handle
Exterior lash points
773 g (1 lb 11 oz)
Basic compression straps help secure load
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Comments about Patagonia Refugio 28L Backpack:
Great compact backpack, which for a business traveler like myself was key. The pockets on the sides for water bottles or whatever are ok - they take slightly more effort (2 hands) to get a pint bottle in, so if you're traveling and trying to one-hand a lot it can be a nuisance. The zippers are not smooth but seem robust. The outer pocket has dividers inside but none are large enough to slip a passport into so you'll just have to dump it into the pocket and fish around for it. Otherwise it's a great backpack and fits nicely under the seat in front of you on an airplane.