Osprey Packs Flapjill 21L Backpack - Women's

Osprey Packs Flapjill 21L Backpack - Women's
Osprey Packs Flapjill 21L Backpack - Women's
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Flapjill 21L Backpack - Women's by Osprey Packs
Osprey took its Flapjack Pack and tweaked the design to give it a women-specific fit to create the Women's Flapjill Backpack. This versatile, urban-inspired pack offers comfort and convenience for ladies making their way around town. The padded laptop sleeve protects your computer or tablet when biking, walking, or commuting. Tough, yet lightweight 900D polyester fabric ensures the pack is built to last. A document sleeve keeps your papers and notebooks organized, and an internal mesh pocket provides a place to stash cords, chargers, and other accessories. Multiple external pockets help you keep pens, pencils, cosmetics, snacks, and other small items in order. The Flapjill also features reflective details and a patch to attach your blinking light to help you stay visible when you're riding your bike or walking home after the sun goes down. Between the women-specific comfort and a design made to accommodate your urban lifestyle, you won't be disappointed with the Flapjill.

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SKU: OSP004B
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