Eastern Mountain Sports Transcend Daypack

Priced: $99.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Eastern Mountain Sports Transcend Daypack
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Eastern Mountain Sports Transcend Daypack - Inspired by one of our most successful smaller packs, the Transcend boasts larger capacity and more durable fabric for life on the road.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Unique zip panel gives you immediate access to the contents of your pack


  • Two streamlined side pockets unzip to hold bulky items like water bottles


  • Made with durable Cordura fabric


  • Dedicated laptop sleeve with separate panel zip access fits the largest 17 in. devices


  • Foam-padded back panel and shoulder straps with breathable mesh covering for a comfortable carry
  • Organizer panel with sleeve for your tablet and padded pocket for your phone


  • Hydration compatible with sleeve, clip, and exit port for your reservoir


  • Adjustable, removable webbing waist belt


  • Adjustable sternum strap for stability with whistle integrated into buckle
  • Two top compression straps prevent an undersize load from shifting
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Cell Phone Pocket/Sleeve:Yes
Dimensions:10 x 11.5 x 20 in.
Hydration Compatible:Yes
Laptop Size:17 in & Tablet
Organizer Panel:Yes
Pack Fabric (Primary):305D Shadow Cordura, 610D/1220D Cordura HP polyester
Padded Laptop Compartment:Yes
Sunglasses Pocket, Lined:No
Torso Length:One size
Volume:2100 cu. in. (35 L)
Volume Range:30-45 liters
Waist Belt:Yes
Weight:2 lb. 8 oz.

Eastern Mountain Sports Transcend Daypack Review:


Has a few quirks

This is generally a well-made pack, but a few things have made me decide to exchange it for another. (1) The internally-divided compartment is surprisingly restrictive: my sack lunch won't easily slide to the bottom of the pack, because the floor of the pack is too narrow. Someone carrying mostly paperwork would not have a problem, but I commonly carry things like rock samples, medium-sized electrical equipment, etc. (2) Less importantly, two of the zippers conflict slightly: the laptop compartment only has one zipper, which is closed when the zipper pull is at the top of the pack. The main compartment zipper sometimes catches on this, particularly when closing the main compartment. The diagonal position of the main zipper is also sort of irritating, although I can't really identify a problem with it. (3) I would prefer a 1.5-in waist strap for a pack with this capacity (this pack has 1-in).
Geology Geek at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2013