Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Pack 20L vs Timbuk2 Tuck Pack

  • 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 carrying a laptop and tablet
  • Water resistant
  • Stylish, but not too bulky
  • Comfortable to wear for long periods of time
  • Lots of pockets

Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Comfort

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.
PositivePositive
4 months ago
backpackfanatic.com
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Timbuk2 Tuck Pack
Timbuk2 Tech Roll Top Backpack Review | Pack Hacker
We also don’t love how easy it is for you to scuff up the pack. The scratches and marks aren’t anything major, and we haven’t been treating this pack with particular care, but it’s still not something you want to see after only a month of testing. But such is the cost of solid weather-resistance
NegativeNegative
6 months ago
packhacker.com
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Size

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.
4/5
Conrad B.
2 years ago
altitude-sports.com
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Timbuk2 Tuck Pack
* Timbuk2 Scheme convertible: seems interesting.. * Rolltops: still warming to the idea, but haven't fully researched it yet. Something like the Timbuk2 Tuck seems interesting. * In general, seeing a lot of sleek looking backpacks in the 20-22L range, but preferably I would like the bag to be a bit larger to be a bigger qualitative difference from my current 19L EDC.