Columbia Montlake Backpack

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A vintage-look outdoor aesthetic blends with performance features on this technical backpack, allowing it to easily transition from day-to-day life to the great outdoors.

- REI

Columbia Montlake Backpack A vintage outdoor aesthetic blends with performance innovation on this technical backpack, allowing it to easily transition from day-to-day life into the great outdoors. Technology: TECHLITELightweight Cushioning and Support, OMNI-SHIELDResist Rain and Stains, Construction: Omni-Shield advanced repellency protects contents from wet weather, Techlite Everyday L.O.A.D. shoulder straps for lightweight, versatile performance and comfort, Externally accessible padded laptop sleeve that fits up to a 17” laptop, Dense EVA foam shock absorbing insert on bottom laptop compartment, Removable hip belt, Compression straps to tighten down your load, Foam padded back for comfort and support, Internal organizer keeps small items in place, Load lifter straps, Sternum strap with rescue whistle, Dimensions: 22.5” x 12.25” x 9.25”, Imported, Fabric: Shell: Omni-Shield 600D junior ballistic polyester, Lining: 100% nylon ,

- Columbia

The Montlake Backpack comes with Techlite Everyday shoulder straps and a dense EVA foam shock absorbing insert on bottom laptop compartment. It's a sturdy and strong pack but is also very comfortable. In addition this pack comes with Omni-Shield which helps keep your essentials dry. This is a great pack that can be used on or off the trail in many different conditions.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

It's the weekend, so load up a big lunch, extra layers, and a camera into the Columbia Montlake Backpack and head for the hills. What's that, you want to bring along your tablet' All right, but take that laptop out of its compartment and leave it at home. We have have to draw the line somewhere.

- Backcountry.com