Time for anything.

Your last hike may prompt you to carve another notch in your belt, but make sure not to carve it in into the removable belt on your Marmot Notch 30 Backpack. That's because this pack is a pro at hauling your day trip, work, and school essentials during your outdoor desires and urban commitments.

  • Spacer Airmesh back panel and shoulder straps keep you comfortable and cool so you can focus on the scenery
  • Internal clip for small reservoir and hose port help you stay hydrated without the need for bottles (reservoir not included)
  • External bungee cords and lower loops house your collapsed trekking poles
  • Buckled compression straps at the sides secure loads to limit shifting
  • Designated internal pocket secures your laptop or tablet
  • Side water bottle pockets hold extra fluids for rigorous endeavors

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4 5

Love this pack!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this pack everyday. I take it everywhere!

5 5


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

This bag is great. It has great size pockets, there is room for everything without making it too bulky. The laptop packet is perfect size, I have a 15" HP. I would recommend this pack to anyone. I use it on a daily basis for commuting and have used it to travel, plane and hiking. It works great for all needs. The only complaint would be the zipper pulls keep coming off the metal part. I think I will just need to squeeze the area tighter so the pull can't come out.

4 5

Great bag!

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

I chose this backpack out of three similar-sized packs that I was torn between, including the North Face Recon and a Mountain Hardwear pack. So far, I e been very happy with my choice. I really like the separate laptop/ hydration pack section. The larger book-holding section is decently-sized. There's an odd cushion/spacer thing at the bottom that can be removed; I'm honestly not sure of its purpose. The organizer section is handy, and the front pocket is great for my Macbook's charger.

There are a lot of great details. The nylon material itself has already proven to be water-resistant, holding up in snowy conditions well. The shoulder straps are wide and offer plenty of cushion, along with the back cushion. I love how the chest strap can slide up and down for maximum adjustability. The water bottle pockets are perfectly-sized, and very stretchy.

Overall. I'm pretty happy with the bag. I think my only complaint would be the internal shape of the biggest pouch; it's not designed to hold more than a few books without having to stack them vertically. That being said, that compartment is great as an actual daypack.

2 5

Issues with this backpack

I thought this backpack was cool and attractive and had all of the features I wanted. It did but after one long trip three of the zipper pulls had disappeared and I had to work the zippers with my fingers. Seems to be a defect of some kind as the zipper pulls come off of the zippers very easily.

Unanswered Question

What size reservoir will this hold? How...

What size reservoir will this hold? How small is 'small'?