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Find a ledge, let your legs dangle, and feel life's worries fall away.

Whether it takes you an hour or a several-day journey to trade in your office chair for a granite outcrop doesn't really matter. What matters is that you take the time to treat yourself to epic views and mountain solace. And when you do finally step foot on trail, the Marmot Ledge 28 Backpack has the capacity and functional features to bring everything you'll need for the day's adventure.
  • Spacer Airmesh back panel and shoulder straps keep you comfortable and cool so you can focus on the scenery
  • Internal clip for small reservoir (not included) and hose port help you stay hydrated without the need for bottles
  • External bungee cords and lower loops house your collapsed trekking poles
  • Buckled compression straps at the sides secure loads to limit shifting
  • Multiple front gear loops let you attach additional items
  • Designated internal pocket secures your laptop or tablet for urban adventures
  • Side water bottle pockets allow for extra hydration capacity on rigorous endeavors

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4 5

Happy Urbanite Cyclist

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This bag is working just fine for me. Comfortable, roomy, organized and whistle is great while riding a bike on busy city streets.

4 5

Recommended

Great backpack for daily use. Love how comfortable it is and spacious.

2 5

Nice but too light in the rain

I bought this backpack for an everyday/weekend daypack. There's plenty of room for my laptop and other gear, but the internal organizer is missing a zippered pocket. There is a goggle pocket but it's a bit too small. The padding, shoulder straps, and waist belt are very comfortable and the compression straps work well for keeping the bag small when not carrying much. My main problem is the thickness of the material. Sure it's tough and water treated, but I was caught in a rainstorm and most of my stuff in the bag was wet. There was some wind sure, but this wasn't any worse then what my old no-frills Targus bag could handle with no issues. I'm returning it although it is very comfortable. Too bad. I'd recommend you get a rain cover ...

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Hi! I found a Marmot backpack in a thrift store and bought it for $8.99. I'm sure it's brand new. It has some cruve for the lumbar area, but seems a bit ridged. Do you know if that can be removed? Thanks Brenda

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Hi! I found a Marmot backpack in a thrift store and bought it for $8.99. I'm sure it's brand new. It has some cruve for the lumbar area, but seems a bit ridged. Do you know if that can be removed? Thanks Brenda PS. It's a Talus style

Is the laptop sleeve removeable? is it...

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Is the laptop sleeve removeable? is it just a stretchy/fabric, or it a separate foam compartment


Is there any photos of the inside of the main compartment?

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It's not removable. It's sewn in and has a strap and buckle to holdmthenlaptop in place. The padding is adequate but not what Inwoudl call super thick. Actaully, the bottom is a bit on the light side in my opinion.