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Travel day made easy.
Perfect for traveling, the Mountain Hardwear Piero 25L Backpack has a zippered top loader to maximize volume, allowing you to bring all of your forms of entertainment and good luck flying trinkets with you on the plane. The hard-wearing 600D polyester construction withstands the bumping and grinding against other bags in the overhead compartment, while the well-designed organizer has fleece-lined pockets, a key clip, and a daisy chain to keep everything nice and neat during turbulence.
The laptop sleeve is fully padded, fleece-lined, and armored with a double-reinforced bottom to ensure your computer has total protection on land or in the sky. Cool, wicking mesh on the shoulder straps and backpanel helps you stay calm and collected as you rush to make your connecting flight. Keep beverages or food in the two deep side pockets and your boarding pass in the easy-access front zippered pocket.
- 600D Granite polyester
- Large zip-top opening
- Cool, wicking mehs in contact areas on straps and backpanel
- Fully padded, fleece-lined laptop sleeve
- Well-designed organizer for small essentials
- Multiple pockets
- Item #MHW00L7
- Q & A
Another great product from Mountain Hardware. Fell in love as soon as I took it out of the box. Plenty of space.... I can fit all my books, laptop, shoes, and athletic clothes for track
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got this pack to use for the bus commute to/from work in downtown Portland. I carry my laptop with me and the laptop sleeve has proved to be a major frustration. The sleeve extends about 3/4 of the way up the inside of the pack and has a bunch of organizer pouches for pens, pencils, etc on the outside of it. So when I have my laptop in my pack and I go to stuff my gym clothes & shoes into the pack they inevitably snag on either lip of the laptop pouch itself or the organizer pockets on the outside.
Plus, the bag is wider at the top and tapers down towards the bottom, so when fully loaded it can feel awkward. It's not big enough to be truly top-heavy like a backpacking pack, but it still feels odd.
Then there's the outside pocket. The pocket is long and narrow, so unless the only things you carry in it are an umbrella, ruler or drum sticks (something long and narrow), you have to stick your whole arm in to reach the bottom. Again, awkward at best.
I usually love Mountain Hardwear gear, but this one is a dud. Time to go back to the tried and true North Face pack with holes in it.