| $61.99 - $76.99
(close out from 2012)
|$81.93 - $110.00
|$83.99 - $110.00
Mountain Hardwear's most versatile daypack, the Agama easily shifts from weekend trails to weekday commutes thanks to its CoolWave suspension and well-organized pockets.
Updated with fresh colors and a stretchier mesh front pocket, the Mountain Hardwear Agama daypack is perfect for work, school and play. It helps carry the load with ease through everyday adventures.
The Mountain Hardwear Agama pack can handle it all, whether heading to work or hitting the trail.
|Accent:||210D HexNut Ripstop Nylon|
|Access Type :||Top Zipper Loading|
|Body:||210D HexNut Ripstop Nylon|
|Bottom:||840D HT Ballistic Nylon|
|Bottom Width:||14 in|
|Capacity:||2000 cubic inches / 33 liter|
|Depth:||10 1 2 in|
|Dimensions:||20 x 13.5 x 12 inches|
|Fabric:||Body: 210D HexNut™ Ripstop Nylon|
|Fits torso:||16 - 22 inches|
|Fits waist/hips:||27 - 39 inches|
|Frame material:||Polypropylene framesheet|
|Gear capacity (L):||33 liters|
|Gear capacity (cu. in.):||2,000 cubic inches|
|Handle Drop:||1 3 4 in|
|Handle Length:||7 in|
|Height:||20 1 2 in|
|Hydration Compatible:||yes, hydration sleeve|
|Laptop Pocket :||No|
|Material:||[body] HexNut ripstop nylon (210D), [accent] HexNut ripstop nylon (210D), [bottom] HT ballistic nylon (840D)|
|Middle Width:||11 1 2 in|
|Number of Pockets :||Six|
|Number of exterior pockets:||4 + main compartment|
|Number of stays:||0|
|Pockets:||1 front mesh, 1 front organizer, 2 front padded electronic, 1 internal laptop sleeve, 1 internal zip|
|Recommended Use:||weekend trails, weekday commutes|
|Size:||20.5" L x 10.5"D x 14" W|
|Sleeping Bag Compartment :||No|
|Strap Drop:||13 in|
|Strap Length:||35 in|
|Support / Suspension:||CoolWave|
|Suspended mesh back panel:||No|
|Top Width:||10 in|
|Volume:||2000 cu in|
|Weight:||2 lb. 4 oz. / 1.02 kg.|
|Weight - metric:||1.02 kilograms|
|Weight [with packaging]:||2.05 lb|
I originally purchased this backpack for myself but after one morning giving it a dry run in the field it was clear that this backpack was not for me. I gifted it to my husband who absolutely loves it. I am 5'2" and petite and have a relatively short torso making the back ride almost below my buttocks or ride almost 4" above my head. My husband on the other hand is almost a whole head taller than I. So if you have a torso that is more in the realm of "regular" this pack would be great for you. It has fairly good organization which is a must in our wildlife biologist line of work. The plus or minus depending on who are you are is that the side pockets and rear pouch are mesh. We got through a lot of chaparral and they are still holding up but are starting to show the abuse. The material that the pack itself is made out of thought is great, very rugged, and despite being through some dense scratchy foliage still beads water nicely.
I bought this backpack for my son to take to school. He absolutely loves it. His comments are: "awesome", "I love it", "It's so comfortable to carry around"
He loves the front pocket where he puts his brown bag lunch and it's separate from his books. I love the quality and I know it will last for many years. The price point was also very good.
The bag is a practical size, has a strong heavy duty zipper, and i feel provides me with a sense of overall good value for the cash . would recommend this as a good school bag and weekend adventure bag as i use it for both occasions.
This a great school pack. Very large capacity for three or four 2" binders. Comfortable and feels well made. There are very few day packs that have this capacity.