Fieldsmith Lid Pack

SKU: 48546-GTRN
Sale price$109.00
Color: Gather Green

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Fieldsmith Lid Pack in Gather Green | Patagonia Bend

Fieldsmith Lid Pack

Gather Green

Patagonia Bend

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

1000 Northwest Wall Street
Suite 140
Bend OR 97703
United States

+15413233273

Light and simple with a classic top-loading design, the 28-liter Fieldsmith Lid Pack has just enough exterior storage and an internal 15" laptop sleeve. Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory.

Specs & Features

• Body fabric is made of 100% recycled polyester (solution-dyed) with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish made without perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs/PFAS)

• Main compartment has a padded 15" laptop sleeve for added protection

• Zippered exterior front and lid pockets keep small items secure and close at hand

• Pack volume is 28 liters

• Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory, which means the people who made this product earned a premium for their labor

Materials:

Body: 6.2-oz 600-denier 100% recycled polyester (solution-dyed) with a PU coating and a durable water repellent (DWR) finish made without perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs/PFAS). Lining: 3-oz 200-denier 100% recycled polyester with a PU coating. Webbing: 100% recycled nylon. Cord: 100% recycled polyester. Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory

Country of Origin:

VIETNAM

Weight:

520 g (18.34 oz)

• Body fabric is made of 100% recycled polyester (solution-dyed) with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish made without perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs/PFAS)

• Main compartment has a padded 15" laptop sleeve for added protection

• Zippered exterior front and lid pockets keep small items secure and close at hand

• Pack volume is 28 liters

• Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory, which means the people who made this product earned a premium for their labor

Materials:

Body: 6.2-oz 600-denier 100% recycled polyester (solution-dyed) with a PU coating and a durable water repellent (DWR) finish made without perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs/PFAS). Lining: 3-oz 200-denier 100% recycled polyester with a PU coating. Webbing: 100% recycled nylon. Cord: 100% recycled polyester. Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory

Country of Origin:

VIETNAM

Weight:

520 g (18.34 oz)

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Fair Trade Certified™

An ever-growing number of our products are Fair Trade Certified™ for sewing, which means we pay a premium to the workers in the factories that make them. The Fair Trade program also helps to create better working conditions and safeguards against the use of child labor.

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Recycled Nylon

Nylon is one of the strongest plastics we use in our products. When we need a super-lightweight fabric, nylon is vital for its strength. But nylon is a petroleum-based material, and producing it has a high cost in energy and greenhouse gases. Incorporating as much recycled nylon as we can lessens our dependence on virgin petroleum as a raw material source, helps eliminate discarded material and reduces greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing.

Recycled Polyester

An important fiber in Patagonia's line, polyester allows them to build lightweight materials that dry quickly and can be used in a variety of applications, including trail-running tops and yoga tights. Polyester also blends well with natural fabrics like cotton. But virgin polyester is derived from petroleum, which comes at a high environmental cost.

Made without PFAS / PFC

Water repellency doesn’t just keep you comfortable, it keeps you alive. But for decades now, the coatings used in apparel to improve water-repellency have relied on per- or polyfluorinated chemicals, which contain fluorine and are most often referred to by their acronyms: PFCs, PFOAs or PFAS. This class of “forever chemicals” accumulates in air, water, food and even our bodies, and they raise serious health concerns, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Patagonia is converting all of their durable water-repellent membranes and finishes to non-fluorinated alternatives by 2025.