Don't spin your wheels figuring out what to take or leave behind when you have this expandable daypack at your disposal.
Spin your wheels all over town or up to the trailhead with the Osprey Spin 22 Backpack. This daypack loves to be out about, whether you're biking to work or the store, hitting the trails for a dayhike, or bouldering with your buddies. Padded shoulder straps and the Airscape mesh backpanel make wearing this pack a dream, and the removable waist strap with ErgoPull helps stabilize the load when the going gets rough. If you're out on a dayhike and the heavens open, pull out the included raincover to protect your pack and its contents. When it's dark outside and you're still on the open roads, the rain cover features reflective materials and a blinker light attachment tab to increase the chances of motorists seeing you. The pack itself also has a blinker light attachment tab, in case you don't feel like dealing with the rain cover.
A top zippered slash pocket holds important little bits, like lipbalm and a phone. The key clip gives you a reliable place to put your keys so you don't have to turn the pack upside down on your front step every night. Cycling to work helps start the day on the right foot, but then you've got gear going every which way. The LidLock helmet clip stores your melon protector when you're not mobile, and internal U-lock storage lets you take along a lock without bulking up your pack or the bike. Side zippered expansion bellows open to give you an additional four liters of storage space if you need to bring your laptop.
- EVA foam padded harness, adjustable sternum strap
- Airspace mesh backpanel, supportive back-to-pack surface
- Flap-style, top-access main compartment
- Rain cover included
- Zippered side expansion bellows
- Blinker light attachment, light not included
- Helmet clip, U-lock storage, zipped side pockets
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Great size for commute
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I ride 5 miles each way commuting in Chicago for work. Wanted a medium-sized pack. U-lock pouch works well, other pockets are well organized and super functional. I've been able to fit a pair of shoes, shorts, t-shirt, socks, undies, and my laptop + U-lock in comfortably. Not much more room for that. Pretty ideal for commuting. The other size in this pack is substantially larger.