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Comments about Mountain Hardwear Enterprise Daypack - 2013 Closeout:
This is a pretty good daypack: light, roomy, some support, and generous laptop sleeve. Good for commutes, maybe some light dayhikes. The best thing is that it has a bunch of nicely arranged pockets and compartments, for general work and play miscellanea. There's also a solid top carry handle to hand-hold it (ArcTeryx daypacks were the worst, with this tiny handle). The vertical zips on the back of the Enterprise look good, but their small compartments are really only for small, not so important items. I travel a lot in areas with pickpockets (Latin America, European capitals), and never put anything in these cos they seem really risky; they pull down quickly and easily and have no way of fastening to deter prying hands. Having had three MH daypacks (Enterprise, Agama, Paladin), I think I'm partial to the old model Agama design the most. The Enterprise doesn't have its spatious half-open back pouch (e.g. to throw in lunch/snacks quickly, the random piece of wet or unnecessary clothing or bottles), and the side pockets on the Agama keep bottles in better. Finally, Enterprise's side straps/clips to tighten down the pack go across diagonally, and don't do their job as well. All in all, stylish, but functionally just OK (three stars).
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