Osprey Packs Nova 32L Backpack - Women's

Osprey Packs Nova 32L Backpack - Women's
Osprey Packs Nova 32L Backpack - Women's
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Nova 32L Backpack - Women's by Osprey Packs
Whether you're hopping on a flight to go explore an old city or you're on your morning commute to work or school, the Osprey Nova 32L Backpack will surely keep you organized and make you travel more efficiently thanks to it's updated design. An array of pockets keep all of your gear separate and in place, and quick access pockets hold things like your phone or boarding pass to save time. A TSA-approved padded laptop sleeve keeps the security line moving and protects your computer from bumps. Padded mesh backpack straps and a mesh back panel keep continuous aiflow so that you're cool and comfortable, and the Kickstand feature keeps your pack standing up when you're waiting to board your flight or caught a seat on the bus.

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