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- Be prepared for your adventure with the spacious and durable Canmore by Mountain Hardwear®.
- Fully padded backpanel and shoulder straps with spacer mesh provide comfortable cushioning and ventilation.
- Tough 600D oxford and ripstop poly body panels combine with 1200D poly bottom and fully bound seams to ensure durability and long life.
- Front pocket organizer keeps frequently-used items handy and includes two soft spacer mesh pockets ideal for delicate electronics.
- Roomy main compartment with burly #10 YKK zip and multifunction hydration/laptop sleeve.
- Elastic cord web on front panel is perfect for quickly stashing gear.
- Side compression straps provide load control.
- Side mesh pockets with reflective tabs keep water bottles handy.
- Sternum strap and removable webbing waistbelt add stability when needed.
Capacity - Reg 1500 cu. in. / 25 ltr.
Weight - Reg 1 lb. 12 oz. / 800 g.
- Bottom Width: 13 1⁄2 in
- Middle Width: 12 1⁄2 in
- Top Width: 10 in
- Depth: 6 1⁄2 in
- Height: 19 1⁄2 in
- Strap Length: 15 in
- Strap Drop: 6 in
- Handle Length: 1 1⁄4 in
- Weight: 1 lb 13 oz
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In 1993, a small group of people who had weathered years in the outdoor industry decided to get together and form Mountain Hardwear. The founders bet on experience and passion for innovative, technologically advanced products to bring together a product line for the serious outdoor user. Creating new, innovative technologies, Mountain Hardwear´s gear, apparel and accessories continue to transcend all boundaries and march head first into the future.
More than a decade later, Mountain Hardwear has grown quite a bit, but the employees still remain friendly and down-to-earth, and the products are still bomber. Mountain Hardwear employees share a passion for the outdoors along with a passion for designing innovative, technologically advanced gear. The company sponsors over 20 athletes, and uses those real-world challenges and experiences to continue to advance the technology and fabrics built into its products.
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Mountain Hardwear Canmore
I got this backpack as a weekend explorer type bag. And it's perfect. It's small enough to not be tempted to stuff it full of useless stuff, but big enough to keep everything I'd actually want in it. The material feels tough as nails and the construction is solid. I took it on a weekend trip and had it stuffed to the gills and it closed up perfectly every time. This is possibly the best money I've spent on a backpack. If you're looking for a good smallish backpack for school or travel and you don't want the more showy/flashy North Face, this is the one for you.
I'd also recommend: Patagonia
- Julio D - customer
- from Gaithersburg, MD
- February 17, 2012
Great purchase, worth the money and more! I pack this backpack full every day before leaving my dorm - laptop, books, gym clothes, food. Fits everything and never looks too big or bulky. I'm fairly small, no wide shoulders, but this pack fits fine (except for some jackets like rain jackets have a tendency to push the straps down my shoulders - not a big problem). Haven't used it for this yet - but great for a day pack for hiking. Only fault is that I cannot fit my 15 in. Macbook with its sleeve on into the laptop sleeve in the backpack. The Macbook itself goes in, but it makes me uncomfortable for it to be uncovered. It does fit fine in the normal part of the backpack, however. Great front pocket - iPod, wallet, Kleenex, gloves, etc. can all comfortably go in there. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who needs a sturdy, for-life, versatile backpack.
- Anonymous - customer
- February 1, 2012
Nice bag, not to big when you don't have to much inside but can expand when you have to load it to the max. Wish it had side compression straps and a side loading laptop sleeve but its still nice. Got it on sale. Not sure if I would pay full price for it though.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Seattle
- June 5, 2012
I got this one recently but overall I have not been very happy with it. I am a somewhat small fellow, and I found the shoulder straps on this bag were very uncomfortable. They might be designed for someone with wider shoulders, as they keep slipping off my shoulders and down my arms. It also turned out to not be very water resistant. Yesterday I was outside in a 20 minute thunderstorm. I ducked under a railway bridge just as the rain began and made sure all the zippers were tightly closed on the bag, then headed out into the rain. Once I got home, though, and I opened it, lots of things were wet, especially near the bottom of the bag. My camera, on top, was dry, but my gear under it was wet, and a couple of books I had are not ever going to be the same.
- Kevin R - customer
- from New York City
- May 27, 2012
This is a great little backpack. The material is as tough and lightweight as it gets. I've used this for day trips into the city, and now use it to keep a change of clothes in the car. Its comfortable to carry, and roomy enough for just the essentials. I'd recommend this as a school run backpack or a small daypack.
- Julio D - customer
- November 7, 2012