Osprey Packs Radial 26L Backpack

Osprey Packs Radial 26L Backpack
Osprey Packs Radial 26L Backpack
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Radial 26L Backpack by Osprey Packs
You don't have much to complain about since trading your car payments for a commuter bike, but the one thing you miss is the easy and efficient storage of a trunk. Luckily, Osprey Packs offers the next best solution in the form of the Radial 34 Backpack. This bike-friendly pack is loaded with cycling-specific features, including a LidLock helmet attachment and stretchy U-lock front pocket. Osprey also equipped the Radial with an extremely well-ventilated Airspeed back panel, so you don't walk into the office with a huge sweat stain on your back. The laptop sleeve has an external access zip so you can reach your computer quickly when you show up two minutes for a meeting starts. Side compression strap, a lightweight waist belt, and a sternum strap keep the pack from bouncing around when you're weaving through busy city streets. A high-visibility raincover keeps your supplies dry, while also helping you remain seen on overcast days. And when you need to stop for a drink of water, the Kickstand keeps your pack upright, whether it's empty or fully-loaded.

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SKU: OSP0355
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