Surf's Up

Patagonia’s New Bags Make Carrying Wet Surf Gear Look Good

July 31, 2019 Sports and Outdoors By

Surfing is a core part of Patagonia’s heritage, so it makes sense that the most recent launch includes bags that built with days at the beach in mind. The Planing collection features four bags – a Roll Top, Divider Pack, Tote and Duffel, all of which range from 30-liters to 55-liters. The standout feature of each bag is its ability to keep your ocean-soaked gear separate from anything that you don’t want to get wet. Even in the smallest pack, there’s enough space for a laptop, towels, snacks and a change of clothes. Breathable straps mean an easy carry and a 300-denier 100 percent recycled polyester and nylon mesh exterior mean each bag will last you many surf trips.


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