Mobile Office Backpack

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Lightweight and water-repellent, this new face in adventure luggage boasts 17" laptop and tablet sleeves plus plenty of internal organization. This pack features a back slip panel that attaches the backpack to your wheeled upright luggage, and includes tough, puncture-resistant zippers that lock with ease using a Central Lock Point.

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Details & Features

  • 17” laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Puncture-resistant zippers that lock and are easy to spot with reflective easy-grip zipper pulls
  • Ability to close the bag with a single lock
  • Safety whistle sternum strap and light attachment loop
  • Internal organizer includes unique cord winder, padded electronics pocket, zippered pocket, pen slot and key fob
  • Rain fly cover protects from weather and pick-pockets
  • Moisture-wicking backpack strap and back panel provide extra comfort
  • Secure gear with compression straps and external lash point
  • Internal and external pockets for maximum organization
  • Back slip panel secures bag to handle system of luggage
  • Durable and water-repellent

Product Specification

Capacity: 1525 cu in | 25 L Dimensions: 12.75 x 21.25 x 8.25 in | 32 x 54 x 21 cm Weight: 2 lbs 4 oz | 1.03 kg Material: Bi-Tech™ Heather | 1000D Helix™ Poly Twill


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Eagle CreekMobile Office Backpack
 
4.0

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4.0

Tough Backpack, Great For Adventuring Outdoors

By Adventure Duder

from Seattle

About Me Comfort-Oriented, Modern, Practical, Stylish

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Great Features

Cons

  • Too Small

Best Uses

  • Computer
  • Office
  • Travel

Comments about Eagle Creek Mobile Office Backpack:

This is a solid pack for adventure travel -- lugged it all across Chile with a film crew in Tierra del Fuego. Tough enough to be manhandled by careless crew mates and me an get rough-and-tumble tossed in the dirt while protecting laptops and more and looking basically new. Loads and loads of thoughtful pockets and sleeves for computer, books, notebooks, instant coffee, headlamps, chargers -- all the bits and bobs you'll carry with you. Kept it out of serious weather but seems tough enough to handle that (wouldn't stay in extended rain; zippers don't have seams). It's a little heavy and overbuilt for long hikes, but the internal features suggest it's intended to organize your travel biz. That toughness has a tradeoff: It's a little narrow and not quite as roomy as it looks. Kind of hard to stuff too full. Zippers can also be a little obnoxious -- would've preferred a simple topload. But the build quality is exceptional and you don't look like an adventure dork in bright neon colors. Can't go wrong for electronics, cameras, and more -- especially if you travel a lot for work and are pretty active doing so.

  • Primary use:
  • Business
  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes
 
4.0

Nice day bag for laptop work

By Jake B

from Denver, CO

About Me Modern, Practical, Stylish

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Roomy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Books
    • Commuting
    • Computer
    • Travel

    Comments about Eagle Creek Mobile Office Backpack:

    The pocket design is roomy (for a day bag) and simple, and the laptop sleeve is nice, low profile but big enough for a big laptop or a MacBook and a few magazines or light book. There's another pocket on top that which holds a smaller tablet or hard drives really well. The water bottle sleeve on the side is nice and deep, usually they're too shallow. I've only used it for a few months but the zippers are durable and it has an included fly for heavy rain, though I normally just use it in light rain as the fabric is water resistant. I'm not one for a lot of organizational pockets (I used separate bags) but theses are roomy and practical. One of the better uses on a film expedition was the ability to attach gear so it didn't shake around to the back using the daisy chains, that came in handy. One thing you need to change in the next version is the orientation of the clips on each side, both the male ends are on the side close to the wearer's back/arm straps. These should always be opposite on backpacks in case you want to hang the bag from something and connect those two straps together to make sure it stays there (e.g. high wind). It does have the pocket that lets it slide onto the handle of a roller bag, which is nice and can sometimes do the same thing but not always and it's a bit of a pain. The same goes for the back of the bag, if you can connect these straps then it's a great place to hang wet clothes or towels. As it is now you need to buy two more clips and a piece of webbing to make that possible. Oh, it looks stylish too, I've gotten a few compliments on that.

    • Primary use:
    • Business
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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