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    Cyclist's choice.

    You don't have much to complain about since trading your car payments for a commuter bike, but the one thing you miss is the easy and efficient storage of a trunk. Luckily, Osprey Packs offers the next best solution in the form of the Radial 34 Backpack. This bike-friendly pack is loaded with cycling-specific features, including a LidLock helmet attachment and stretchy U-lock front pocket.

    Osprey also equipped the Radial with an extremely well-ventilated Airspeed back panel, so you don't walk into the office with a huge sweat stain on your back. The laptop sleeve has an external access zip so you can reach your computer quickly when you show up two minutes for a meeting starts. Side compression strap, a lightweight waist belt, and a sternum strap keep the pack from bouncing around when you're weaving through busy city streets. A high-visibility raincover keeps your supplies dry, while also helping you remain seen on overcast days. And when you need to stop for a drink of water, the Kickstand keeps your pack upright, whether it's empty or fully-loaded.

    • Bike-friendly daypack for dedicated commuters
    • Laptop and tablet sleeve with external access
    • Airspeed back panel ventilates, even with heavy loads
    • Built-in high-visibility raincover
    • Side compression straps stabilize load
    • LidLock helmet attachment and U-lock sleeve
    • Blinker light attachment and reflective details
    • Integrated Kickstand keeps pack upright
    • Item #OSP0355

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] nylon (420HD), [back panel] AirSpeed ventilated
    Volume
    [small, medium] 1465 cu in, [large] 1587 cu in
    Pockets
    [external] 1 U-lock storage, 2 side stash, 1 front stash, [internal] 1 laptop sleeve, 1 tablet sleeve, 1 document sleeve, 1 mesh organizer
    Dimensions
    20 x 12 x 11 in
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 7 oz
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Nice pack but I have one complaint

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Nice pack except for one pretty major design flaw if you want to use this pack for hiking or long walks. The waist belt has a buckle on each side where the waist belt attaches to the backpack itself. I've gone one multiple hikes with this pack now and the flaps that the buckle is attached to end up rubbing my hips/back and causes annoying irritation when you use the waist strap. I would recommend that Osprey remove these buckles and/or make the edges of the flap that the buckle is attached to less harsh. If you plan on using this pack for hiking / long walks and use the hip belt, this might play a role in your decision. See attached image.

    Nice pack but I have one complaint

    Pack it all

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This pack pretty awesome and is the ultimate in organization. The back panel gets great air flow (though not perfect), the laptop compartment is awesome and has a tablet sleeve that's very functional, the main compartment is roomy and has plenty of organization and the other two pockets are perfect for everything else. Only complaint I have about it is water bottles tend to be forced out of the side pockets when the pack is set on the ground but really a minor problem. Overall this is an awesome pack is is perfect for hauling a lot of stuff for commuters.

    Am I able to get a comparison to the...

    Am I able to get a comparison to the momentum 22? I'm looking for a bag for university- transit on bike! Plus a day pack for weekend hikes!

    Personal opinion of mine would be to go with the Momentum. I've had a Momentum 26 since March of 2013. It's amazing, took everything I threw at it commuting for two years on up to 24 mile round trips for the day, plus extra biking for fun. The current Momentum took care of the two minor details I didn't prefer but lived with, and the only reason I'm looking to replace it now is that a new puppy of mine got a hold of it and it's rather shredded.