Good Budget Pack
MOUNTAINTOP 28L

When looking for a low-profile backpack that could be used for office as much as for outdoor activities, the one by Mountaintop hits the sweet spot just right. It looks like your typical college/office-friendly backpack but with the features of a hiking pack that make it so versatile. You might think it won’t hold a lot of things, but let us prove you wrong.

This model is able to fit your water bottle, 2 outfits, sunscreen and similar hygiene products, electronic gadgets and a few snacks. Not bad for a 28-liter backpack, right? If you choose the 40-liter one, then you’re in for even more space – the zippered pockets are literally everywhere.

The straps of the backpack have a breathable mesh fabric incorporated into them, which means that your back won’t be hurting after a long day of hiking trails in the woods. The YKK metal zippers across the entire backpack are easy to unzip regardless of which compartment you need to dive into. Besides, they are water-resistant.

Our Overall Review

4.5

Things we like:

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    Is able to fit a 15.6-inches laptop
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    The Polyester fabric is water-resistant, meaning that a light rainfall won’t cause any damages to the stuff inside your backpack
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    Very affordable

Things we don't like:

  • check-markNot able to hold a lot of things

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MOUNTAINTOP 28L

Specs & Features

  • Material: Water-resistant Polyester
  • Frame: Internal
  • Pockets: 5 + main compartment
  • Dimensions: 18.9 x 11.4 x 5.1 inches (28L)
  • Weight: 1 lb. 33 oz (28L)

Related Reviews

Our Overall Review

4.5

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    Is able to fit a 15.6-inches laptop
  • check-mark
    The Polyester fabric is water-resistant, meaning that a light rainfall won’t cause any damages to the stuff inside your backpack
  • check-mark
    Very affordable

Things we don't like:

  • check-markNot able to hold a lot of things

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