Those of us who commute to work are likely well aware of one dilemma we all face: how to properly pack for the ride without interfering with the ride. Spare shoes, clothes, and work documents are bulky, to say the least, and in the wrong bag can totally obscure your weight on the bike, and block your field of vision. Let the Thule Vea 21L Backpack help solve the problem. This compact bag compartmentalizes your commute, making it easier to keep your belongings safe while you ride, so you can focus on the road ahead of you, instead of the swaying gear on your back. The Vea 21L features front and back panel access, with both a padded laptop and a tablet sleeve on the back, plus room to stash work documents and a zippered spot to stow keys. The front utilizes a center zip that allows you to keep your change of clothes, keeping them fresh and wrinkle-free on the ride, while an internal sleeve lets you stash your dirty commuting clothes where they won't coat your slick work getup with sweat. An additional zippered stash pocket sits inside the main compartment, along with a stealthy stretchy water bottle pocket. On the bottom you'll find an expandable pocket for stashing shoes away from the rest of your gear. When your shoes are removed, all it takes is a pull of a draw string to collapse the compartment, boosting space in the main pocket. The Vea uses two padded shoulder straps that are adjustable in length, and can be hidden away when out of use, and a side strap can be connected to carry duffel-style whenever you prefer.
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