Work hard, but commute harder with the Radial 34L Rucksack. Featuring Osprey's AirSpeed inspired trampoline suspended mesh backsystem this pack allows for great breathability when commuting in hot and humid conditions.
The ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters on the harness combined with the elastic hipbelt wing mean that the pack is able to move closely with the body, offering extra flexibility and comfort. With an integrated kickstand, the pack stays upright by itself, so you don't have to prop the pack up when accessing your gear or reaching for your phone. This innovation also prevents the pack from tilting over and damaging your gear.
The LidLock bike helmet attachment means you can store your helmet on the outside of the pack. The padded laptop and tablet sleeve keep your tech safe and the built in high visibility raincover can be deployed when conditions take a turn for the worse.
- Capacity: 34L
- Material: Nylon dobby (420D x 400D)
- Back system: AirSpeed trampoline suspended mesh
- High visibility rain cover
- Elastic hipbelt wing
- Front panel organiser pocket
- Integrated kickstand keeps pack upright & accessible
- Internal document sleeve
- Internal key attachment clip
- Internal organisation pocket
- Internal organiser for bike specific tools & spares
- LED light attachment point
- LidLock bike helmet attachment
- Padded laptop & tablet sleeve with direct zip access
- Reflective graphics
- Sternum strap with emergency whistle
- Stretch front pocket
- Stretch mesh side pocket
- Ventilated stretch yoke & load lifters
- Zipped panel access
- Zipped scratch-free side pocket
- Zipped scratch-free pocket
- Laptop sleeve dimensions: 43 x 25 x 5cm
- Dimensions: 54 x 33 x 34cm
- Weight: 1.51kg
Santa Cruz California 1974. Mike Pfotenhauer sat at his sewing machine with a head full of ideas and a burning passion to build the most innovative backpacks to the highest standard.
Fast forward to 2015. One man’s vision has grown into a wide range of Osprey rucksacks and accessories that are being used from the highest mountains to the most remote islands and everywhere between.
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