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There's a place for everything and everything's in its place in the Mountain Hardwear Enterprise Backpack. Featuring durable materials, reinforced construction, and dedicated storage for delicate electronics, the Enterprise is packed with pockets to get you where you're going with all that you need.

  • HardWave back panel with soft and streamlined shoulder straps offers excellent comfort in town and on the trail
  • Side compression straps, sternum strap, and tuck-in waist-belt help stabilize your load when you're on the move
  • Fully padded laptop sleeve in the main compartment holds a 15in computer
  • Multiple pockets, including interior fleece pocket, large organizer pocket with dedicated space for a tablet, two large easy-access pockets on the front, and deep side pockets hold essentials
  • Easy-grab handles included both front and back
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Thumbs up for the internal frame

    Had to retire my North Face Big Shot after 8 years. Used it to bike commute daily , public transport, scamper city to city, bop through jungle, hike desert, etc. Bought this model of the Enterprise to replace it.

    Space and dimension wise each pack is comparable.

    For a few reasons initially thought the replacement was a downgrade because:
    - no exterior daisy chains (corrected in 2015 model)
    - no internal organization compartments (corrected in 2015 model)
    - no reflective material on outside
    - hip straps are inconvenient/difficult to stash in back panel
    - exterior side pockets are deep, but this also makes them difficult to access on the fly (prefer one shallow, one deep)
    - only one side compression strap per side (i.e. having the option of two per side or at least one side with two facilitates stashing the yoga mat or carrying the heavy jacket down the hallways)

    However the reason why I am ultimately OK with the tradeoffs and look forward to putting the Enterprise through the ringer is: the internal frame/Hardwave back panel (not used in 2015 model). This is probably the distinguishing feature for packs of this ilk. Believe me the frame makes a huge difference in comfort (e.g. during the bike commute, after a long day at work).

    Hopefully the discerning find this review useful.

    Quality Pack

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    After reading the other reviews I was a little hesitant, however glad I did, the pack is holding up well, well stitched, and is well designed. A little over build in a few areas if you ask me, but all in all appears that it will last for a long time which was exactly what I was looking for in a daily use pack.

    Perfect pack for mobile commuter!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Material, stitching, zippers, and general design are all of excellent quality. I use this pack for work as a mobile office laptop and tablet bag. I can pack a large amount of gear into this including a laptop, tablet, folders, books, various cables, two full size Nalgene bottles, and my lunch. In the past 10 years I have had Targus, Thule, Arc?teryx, and Jansport bags, and this is by-far my favorite. Things I love include a large number of pockets and compartments for separating items, the HardWave back panel is awesome-comfortable, and I also like that the label (Mountain Hardware) is discreet; you really have to look close to see any labels (Patagonia has become the worst offender in this). The only things I didn?t like were the waist, chest, and laptop straps. I?m not hiking a mountain and don?t need these straps, and I don?t like straps dangling, so I just took sharp scissors and cut them off. I?ll try to post pictures of the loaded and strapless pack soon.

    Low quality-- bad customer service

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This bag feels and looks very low-quality. Mountain hard wear has definitely lowered their cost on this product since 2009. This feels no better than a budget jansport. You should avoid buying