Adults' L.L.Bean Continental Waist Pack

Item #: XQ507259


- $39.99 - $49.95

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    This versatile waist pack is built for hiking, traveling, birding, photography or a day in the city. It can be worn on the waist, cross body or as a shoulder bag. It's large enough to fit a pair of binoculars or a DSLR camera with a small lens.
      • Capacity: 244 cu. in.; 4 L.
      • Weight: 13 oz.
      • Dimensions: 12"L x 3.5"D x 5.5"H.
    Fabric & Care
    • Handwash, line dry.
    • Reinforced 600-denier Kodra bottom.
    • Air mesh back panel lets air flow to help keep you cool.
    • Made from Bluesign-approved 600-denier recycled polyester.
    Additional Features
    • Features a lightly padded main pocket, a small front zipper pocket and a rear security pocket.
    • Tuck away hip belt and removable shoulder strap.
    • Understaps provide a great place to carry a rain coat.
    Adults' L.L.Bean Continental Waist Pack is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 23.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smart design This is the best lumbar pack I've found because of several reasons: 1. It's not too deep, so I can see everything in it without having to dig through it. 2. there is no flap over the top, making it easy to get in and out of. 3. waist belt tucks into its own pocket for when you want to use the shoulder strap. 4. clean, simple design with two main zippered pockets. 5. separate compartment for phone has soft lining. It also has two straps on the bottom, which are good for storing either a small umbrella or a rolled-up rain jacket. It's a perfectly sized bag with a simple, smart layout. Very easy to find things in it.
    Date published: 2019-11-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great LL Bean Product! This is a well made product. I wore it around the house for a couple of days to see if it would work and ultimately decided that it was too big for me. I could use all the space it allowed and I liked the straps that run across the bottom for removing a garment when I get too hot. But I am 5'3" and it just got in my way. Not too big for my needs, but too big for my body. I liked the felt lined pockets though I suggest that felt lining be in the outer pocket also. My glasses are fragile and I felt they would break if pushed up against my body. I was hoping this would work instead of a backpack for an upcoming trip but ultimately decided against it.
    Date published: 2022-11-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile and well made Bought this waist pack to carry a camera & associated gear while birding. It's a bit bigger than expected (not a criticism) and plenty roomy for the camera, batteries, etc. plus a few other small items in the padded main compartment. Access to the main compartment is easy with a zipper that opens from either end. This could easily serve as a daypack for short hikes. It's comfortable to wear in the field and can be worn on the waist (of course) as well as over the shoulder. The pack appears to be very well constructed and should last for many years. Highly recommended.
    Date published: 2020-07-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Bean quality The pack itself is okay. It seems sturdily made and it has plenty of access zippers and pockets. The problem is that the system that is meant to hold the pack around your waist doesn't work. You cinch the waist belt tight, put it on, and the buckle system doesn't keep the belt tight- any pressure that would loosen the belt does just that. The shoulder strap works fine, but the waist belt doesn't hold an adjustment. It should be called an over the shoulder pack.
    Date published: 2020-08-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Waist Pack review I have had one of these LLBean packs (very similar, all the same features just a bit taller and narrower) for over 25 years. Still pretty much like new. It has been all over the US and the world. I can't recall all the things I've carried in it. Never really used it for a fanny pack but still have the straps on it. Sturdy and a favorite to take when i want to bring things. cargo loops on the bottom great to carry a rolled up LLBean anorak or rain jacket or towel. A great grab and go bag.
    Date published: 2020-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Conceal carry & range bag This waist pack can safely hold two revolvers up to a barrel length of 5.5". When I am working in the woods or repairing the logging road in northern Maine, this little pack is always nearby. It's very comfortable to carry around while working alone. At the range it safely stores my unloaded gun until I am ready to shoot at the bench. The little pockets can store supplies. It's padded internally with a smooth nylon liner, and the pockets have a fuzzy, felt-like exterior inside the pack. The over-sized nylon waist belt can be folded to the front. Good little pack for carrying concealed revolvers legally while on my own property. Always read and fully understand your own state's laws regarding concealed carry before using it for this purpose.
    Date published: 2021-06-09
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh It's not terrible, but it's not great either. The small zipper pocket on the back is lined with some kind of fragile fleecy material rather than the heavy-duty fabric used for the rest of the bag, so I don't expect that zipper pocket to last more than about 6 months at best. Having both straps the same length makes it harder to put on. The fact that it is almost perfectly symmetrical from top and bottom means that I keep putting the silly thing on upside-down. I really wanted to love this waist pack, but I just don't.
    Date published: 2022-06-25
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just an ok bag Size was somewhat smaller than expected even though I saw the measurements. Inside of pockets are soft material that won’t last. Straps just fly all over the place. Nowhere to tuck the waist belt if not using it. It is not detectable. The shoulder straps have plastic clips that clip onto cloth not plastic or even metal. Very hard to get it attached or unattached. Again I don’t think it will last long. On The first use straps dangling it the car door as I was getting in & the dangling straps got caught on the gearshift as I was exiting the car. I’ll give it away. I won’t be using it.
    Date published: 2021-09-08
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