Fanny packs were a style staple of the 90s, but just because you’re not sporting a Lizzie McGuire-themed fanny pack to the first day of 5th grade anymore, doesn’t mean the accessory is “so yesterday.” In fact, fanny packs — call them hip packs if you must — have never been more in style than they are right now. Whether you’re simply taking a city break holiday and need somewhere to safely store your wallet, keys, and phone, a beach vacation and need a reliable sunscreen pouch, or a pack for holding your essential tools for a rugged fishing excursion, fanny packs weren’t just a fad; they’re immensely practical for the modern traveler. It should come as no surprise that Patagonia, a leader in the travel and outdoor accessory space, makes some of the most versatile fanny packs on the market. These are our favorite Patagonia fanny packs.

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UltraLight Black Hole Mini Hip Pack 1L

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The UltraLight Black Hole Mini Hip Pack is one of the most popular Patagonia fanny packs. Made of lightweight recycled nylon, this pack is weather resistant and stuffs easily into its own pocket for storage. It has two pockets for organization – a main compartment, and front zipper security pocket that doubles as a stuffsack.

Price: $29

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Stealth Hip Pack 11L

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Perfect for fishing, the Stealth Hip Pack is designed to allow you to move quickly and nimbly in water without sacrificing storage space. The water-resistant hip pack is lightweight, conforms to your body, and won’t get in the way of your casting. Comfortable for all-day use, it has a large main compartment divided to organize fly boxes and other fishing implements, zippered pockets on the belt for smaller items, and integrated magnets on the front to hold flies, nippers, or hemos.

Price: $159

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Black Hole Waist Pack 5L

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This single-compartment 5-liter waist pack is one of the best Patagonia fanny packs for hiking. With stretch water bottle pockets, an interior mesh pocket, and front zippered pocket, there’s plenty of room to hold water and snacks. There are also compression straps to keep the pack tight against your body, and a breathable mesh lumbar panel for carrying support while you’re out on the trail.

Price: $59

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Dirt Roamer Mountain Biking Waist Pack 3L

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Ideal for mountain biking and other on-the-go activities, the Dirt Roamer Mountain Biking Waist Pack is defined by its bounce-free benefit. Two water bottle holders are nested between pack pockets, so you don’t have to worry about anything coming loose, while air mesh material maximizes comfort and breathability. Holding up to three liters, the pack is made of rugged 100 percent recycled nylon, with three high-volume pockets dispersing the weight for more stability.

Price: $69

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>h2>Guidewater Hip Pack 9L

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Watersports enthusiasts need look no further than this hip pack. The Guidewater Hip Pack is fully waterproof submersible, keeping your belongings dry even when underwater. It has an internal organizer pocket that separated small items from main compartment contents, and which can be transferred to external lash points when more convenient access is necessary. Nine liters of storage space give you enough room to fit line and tackle, emergency supplies, and maybe even a lukewarm beer. The pack is not currently available, but will be soon – your best bet to snag one of these is to join the waitlist now.

Price: $229

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