Eastern Mountain Sports Pingo Daypack

Priced: $59.98 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Pingo Daypack
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Eastern Mountain Sports Pingo Daypack - The Pingo is designed to be like your personal assistant, to keep you organized throughout the day, so you need never miss and opportunity.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Two zipped side pockets, one fleece lined, the other with expandable mesh to hold a water bottle
  • Small top fleece lined electronics pocket with dedicated port for headphones
  • Large fleece lined and padded laptop compartment with easy outside zip around access


  • Padded backpanel with breathable mesh foam for a comfortable carry
  • Small front organizer panel with padded sleeve and key fob
  • Two bottom compression straps to snug down a load or portage a roll pad


  • Small front lower pocket with zipped access
  • Large panel loading main compartment swallows gear and closes with large durable zipper


  • Adjustable sternum strap with safety whistle buckle; Removable waist strap
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Cell Phone Pocket/Sleeve:Yes
Dimensions:20 x 15 x 9 in.
Hydration Compatible:Yes
Laptop Size:17 in.
Organizer Panel:No
Pack Fabric (Primary):620D nylon210D nylon1220D Cordura HP nylon
Padded Laptop Compartment:Yes
Sunglasses Pocket, Lined:Yes
Torso Length:One size
Volume:1830 cu. in. (30 L)
Volume Range:30-45 liters
Waist Belt:Yes
Weight:1 lb. 16 oz.

Eastern Mountain Sports Pingo Daypack Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I LOVE this daypack!

I bought this for every day use (commuting, riding my bike, Ultimate Frisbee practice, going to the gym), and for day hiking trips and longer weekend trips. I also plan on using it for a longer two week trip to Russia & China this year.

It's spacious, and easy to pack. Plenty of pockets for easy access to necessities. Side pocket that's perfect for a Nalgene. I can pack a disc (frisbee) in the laptop sleeve. It's got enough space to pack my sleeping bag, sleeping pad, rain gear, several changes of clothes, and toiletries. You can even strap in a yoga mat into the bottom straps under the pack.

This was literally one of the best purchases I've made all year. I use this pack for everything.
Hayley at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2013

Great Technology Pack

This pack is perfect for bringing all your electronic gear along with you. Not only is there a sleeve for your computer, but a pocket on the front that will fit your favorite e-reader and a pocket on top for your MP3 player with a port for the headset; this is a phenomenal addition for the tech. savvy. On top of all this, it has a pocket for a water bladder and hydration port.
Marilee at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2012

Solid Bag

Seems like a good solid bag. Nothing to wow you, but it gets the job done. The padded laptop compartment is nice. I'd say it's great for commuting, office or school, but I will probably continue to use my old Kelty daypack when I'm in the field for daytrips.
Michael at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2013

great pack

i use this pack for going to the gym,long mtb rides, and to carry my laptop to the coffee shop. it is put together really well, the design of the various compartments and straps work well.havent found any thing to complain about yet. i would highly reccomend.
dave at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Great volume, lacks function

I purchased a similarly-designed Dakine pack (Pro II) just before finding the Pingo. My only complaints about the Pingo are its weak waistbelt design for the pack's intended capacity of 30 liters, and lighter material. The 26-liter Dakine waistbelt design is much more substantial and supportive, incorporating pockets for small items, and the material is much more stout. On the other hand, the Pingo's pocketing and organization is better than the Dakine's.
I carry a good deal of stuff around for my day, and wish I could figure out a way to morph the Pingo's capacity and pocketing with Dakine's Pro II waistbelt and material.
vicki at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2012