Your new roadside companion.
Sleek yet bomber, the Mountain Hardwear Enterprise 29L 1800cu in Backpack is the weapon of choice for road warriors everywhere. Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, the tough 600D Granite polyester composition is built to withstand all the bumps of the road along the way. Mountain Hardwear cleverly designed this pack for both comfort and access; one compartment holds your laptop and other heavy items close, while the second compartment is roomier and is equipped with an organizer to keep the smaller stuff handy.
Cool, wicking mesh in contact areas on the shoulder straps and back panel keep you comfortable when you're wearing the pack for extended periods of time. Side compression straps and stowable webbing belts stabilize your load, while the adjustable sternum strap keeps everything solidly locked down when you need to pick up the pace. If you're traveling at night, the safety reflective hits offer high visibility and low-profile clip points securely hold small lights.
- 600D polyester
- Cool, wicking mesh at contact points on straps and backpanel
- Divided compartments for heavier or smaller items
- Safety reflective hits
- Fully-padded and fleece-lined laptop and tablet sleeves
- Multiple pockets
- Adjustable sternum strap
- Compression straps
- Item #MHW00L2
- Q & A
Keeps You Organized.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
If you're looking for a bag with lots of pockets, then look no further., this pack is chock full of them. I currently use this pack for college. It's large enough to fit your laptop, a couple textbooks and binders as well as a rain jacket and fleece just in case you need them. I like to keep my rain jacket in one of the vertical external pockets for quick access if the weather turns sour. There are also smaller storage pockets for storing pens and pencils, chap stick, or anything else you don't want to keep in your pants pockets. The side pockets can accommodate a Camelbak eddy .75 L, but are too small for a 1L Nalgene. I was a little bummed about this but it's not the end of the world. I haven't gotten the chance to use this pack for travel or day trips, but I imagine that it will be more than sufficient.