Patagonia Great Divider 26L BagPatagonia
A bag designed to match all your adventures. Made with durable fabrics that will hold up to the most rugged travels, watertight for sunny boat days, and the ideal accessory for a beach day picnic. The cool tone Pigeon Blue colour is a beautiful and timeless Patagonia staple.
The bag is made with 100% recycled nylon fabric with a 100% recycled polyester shoulder strap. The lining is watertight up to the lid-closure zipper and designed to keep out water through prolonged exposure to the elements. It features the namesake adjustable internal dividing system that lets you adapt the bag to the day's gear and stay organized with whatever you're carrying. From fishing gear to camera equipment to towels and snacks, the modular design fits all your needs.
The Great Divider is Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, which means the people who made it earned a premium for their labour.
Why we chose it
The Great Divider bag is a favourite of our guides at Nimmo Bay. It’s packed up for day trips and carries everything from fishing to cookout gear. It’s highly functional and will stand the test of time.
Contents: 100% recycled nylon fabric and webbing, 100% recycled polyester shoulder strap and lining, magnetic front closure, internal dividing system, watertight up to the lid-closure zipper, Velcro® patches on the lid, clear plastic internal lid pocket, removable shoulder strap can be used as a top handle .
Product details: • Volume : 26L (1587 cu in) • Dimensions: 18" x 9.5" x 13" • Weight: 5 lbs 1.1 oz oz / 2300 g
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