Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Pack 20L vs Think Tank Backstory 15

  • Made for the outdoors
  • Lightweight and packable
  • Waterproof zippers and materials
  • Versatile for travel, hiking, or commuting
  • Comfortable to wear with a wide range of backpacks
  • Great for photographers
  • Very comfortable, even when carrying heavy loads
  • Backpack is very well made and durable
  • Good size for photographers with smaller builds
  • Lots of pockets and compartments make it easy to organize your gear

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Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Pack 20L
Patagonia Black Hole Cinch 20 Review | BackpackFanatic
The Patagonia Lightweight Black Hole Cinch 20L is an exciting bag pack.
4 months ago
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Think Tank Backstory 15
Perfect size for daily use...
I'm 5’3” and have been looking for a small, comfortable backpack that will accommodate a Canon 6d and a couple lenses. The Backstory 13 is a perfect fit. The shoulder straps have plenty of padding, the (removable) waist belt is great and the chest strap can be moved up or down to accommodate differe...
Stacie K. Michaelson
1 year ago
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Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Pack 20L
Great sac but too small for a tall person like me
I really wanted this backpack to be larger but even on my frame (slim and 5ft) it was so small.
Conrad B.
2 years ago
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Think Tank Backstory 15
Photography News 83 Newsletter
It’s great to use, has decent capacity and is designed thoughtfully. There are less expensive backpacks around – there’s no arguing with that – but I can’t think of any of this size that are as good. I rate this bag very highly