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Organizational awesomeness, complete with a separate powercord pocket.

Backpacks offer many advantages: the weight gets distributed across both shoulders, your hands are free, and nothing dangles when you're leaping over benches or carhoods. The Osprey Pixel Backpack is no exception. This sleek daypack holds both your tablet and laptop in a space of their own, and it gives the cords a compartment unto themselves. The removable Powerhouse organizer holds spare batteries and power cords so when you need a little extra juice, it's quick and easy to grab the right cord. On the front flap, a vertical slash pocket holds your smartphone or sunglasses in a scratch-free environment when you're inside or talking to someone face-to-face.
Under the main flap you'll find another zippered pocket. The key clip safeguards your house keys, organization sleeves keep sticky notes in line, and a touch of free space holds plastic baggies with your afternoon snacks. If your load is larger than usual, unzip the side expansion bellows for an additional four liters of carrying capacity. You love commuting on your 1980s steel-framed bike, but nighttime travel can be a bit hairy. The blinker light attachment tab holds whatever luminary device you prefer, steady or blinking, so motorists and other nighttime travelers see you coming.

  • NeoSpacer Shoulder harness, EVA foam padded straps
  • Airscape backpanel, ventilated smooth contact surface
  • Side, bottom, and under-flap access
  • Laptop pocket with tablet sleeve
  • Vertical slash pocket, scratch-free storage
  • Powerhouse organizer, removable
  • Blinker light attachment, light not included

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