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- Great for a day of unsettled weather in the mountains or a student with a full class load, the Patagonia® Fuego daypack keeps your belongings protected.
- Generous main compartment with dump pockets for quick organization on the go.
- Secondary compartment with internal organization has plenty of options for electronics and daily supplies, complete with secure lanyard for house and/or car keys.
- Interior padded computer sleeve fits most 17" laptops and is raised off the ground to protect from impact; sleeve secures with a buckle closure and doubles as an insulated hydration reservoir complete with tube port.
- Exterior zippered secure pocket for quick access to essentials.
- Large stash pocket for bulky items.
- Exterior lash points.
- Microfleece-lined pocket for sunglasses and electronics.
- Stretch-woven pockets accommodate water bottles of various shapes and sizes.
- Airflow mesh shoulder straps and back panel.
- Adjustable sternum strap with emergency whistle.
- Top-mounted, reinforced haul handle.
- Fabric: (All treated with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
•Body: 420-denier 100% nylon oxford plain weave.
•Base: 840-denier 100% ballistics nylon.
•Lining: 200-denier 100% polyester.
•Stretch woven: 92% nylon/8% spandex.
- Capacity: 32 L.
- Dimensions: 21" H x 14" W x 7" D.
- Weight: 1 lb 14 oz.
- Bottom Width: 15 in
- Depth: 7 in
- Height: 21 in
- Strap Length: 36 in
- Strap Drop: 18 in
- Handle Length: 8 in
- Handle Drop: 3 in
- Weight: 1 lb 15 oz
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Patagonia Fuego Pack 32L
Average rating is 5 out of 5 from a total of 47 reviews.
Top Positive Review
4 people found this review helpful.
I was looking for a good all around pack. I really needed one for 3 airline flights with my 2 kids while my wife was on a girls trip. This would be the first trip on a plane for my 2.5 year old, but my 6 year was fairly well traveled. Anyway, I needed space for an iPad,iPod, 2 water thermoses, many snacks, sunglasses, diapers, wipes, car keys, charging cords for the Apple devices, camera, full size headphones for the kids, coloring book, crayons, hot wheels, travel documents, and a couple of jackets. The Fuego held it all with ease! Still had room left over for more odds and ends. The trip went great, and the Fuego made it easy, and it was great to be organized. Now I use it for bike rides, trips to the beach and park and have even used it for an overnight bag for work. Durable, nice construction and very light weight.Read more » « Show less October 9, 2011 by Patrick
Top Critical Review
1 person found this review helpful.
I wanted to like this bag but it was never comfortable. I realized that the straps on either side were misaligned. Zappos graciously replaced the bag but the straps on the second bag were misaligned as well. Also the bag buckles in the middle. It is not designed well at all.Read more » « Show less January 19, 2012 by Justin K
I was looking for a good all around pack. I really needed one for 3 airline flights with my 2 kids while my wife was on a girls trip. This would be the first trip on a plane for my 2.5 year old, but my 6 year was fairly well traveled. Anyway, I needed space for an iPad,iPod, 2 water thermoses, many snacks, sunglasses, diapers, wipes, car keys, charging cords for the Apple devices, camera, full size headphones for the kids, coloring book, crayons, hot wheels, travel documents, and a couple of jackets. The Fuego held it all with ease! Still had room left over for more odds and ends. The trip went great, and the Fuego made it easy, and it was great to be organized. Now I use it for bike rides, trips to the beach and park and have even used it for an overnight bag for work. Durable, nice construction and very light weight.
I'd also recommend: North face
- Patrick - customer
- from Santa Barbara, CA
- October 9, 2011
I love this backpack. I can fit a couple books, my lab coat/goggles, my laptop, my lunch, and my notebooks no problem. It sticks out a little bit on my back but the compression straps really help. I'd recommend this no problem!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Rochester, NY
- September 24, 2011
Lots of pockets, good space division. One of the things I like best is the small pocket at the very top where I can put my keys and little things, and they're easy to get to. Wanted a bright color and don't love the blue, but it's ok.
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Francisco
- September 19, 2011
If your someone who carries a lot of stuff for school, travel. The Fuego is a good fit. There are plenty of small compartment bags to store varies small electronics and other small things. The bag feels well made so it should hold up for years.
- Roberto - customer
- from Rexburg, Idaho
- April 30, 2011
Great bag. support back. Lightweight. Spacious. Fit my 19" laptop! It's hard to find a nice stylish bag and hold my laptop. Very happy with with this bag. Best bag ever.
- Piraorn T - customer
- from Philadelphia, PA
- January 12, 2012