You've long dreamed of attaining a side car for your bicycle, but until city bike lanes gain an additional four feet in girth, the Osprey Momentum 32 Backpack will have to do in the meantime. Designed as a large volume commuter pack, the Momentum 32 is fashioned with urban-inspired styling that keeps up with your modern life. The mesh Airscape back panel ensures comfort and ventilation, and the adjustable shoulder straps (combined with the hip belt and sternum strap) provide ride-long support--without prohibiting movement. And unlike its little brother, the 26, the Momentum 32 features a generous shoe pocket to prevent stinky cross-contamination with work documents. Additionally, this user-friendly gear hauler comes with a separate laptop and tablet sleeve to protect valuables, as well as a built-in, high-visibility rain cover to keep your pack dry during spring showers. Not to mention, the front organizational pockets assures that your tire pump, patch kit, and multi-tool stay in place, while a side cell phone pocket and retractable key clip ensure quick access to necessities. And, reflective detailing on front panel combined with the blinker-light attachment loop help you remain seen in low light scenarios.
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