No Order is Too Tall.
Inspired by outdoor adventure and created for urban-bound pursuits, the Osprey Women's Talia 30L Backpack provides rest-assured storage for all of your work or school necessities. And since it's designed for commuting of all shapes and sizes, the Talia is endowed with a bevy of rugged, go-hard-or-go-home features for a lifetime of performance—regardless of where your day takes you.
To start, the Talia is endowed with a super durable 420HD nylon packcloth for dependable defense against life's daily obstacles and travel-incurred ones alike. Meanwhile, the contemporary silhouette and variety of color options lend a timeless look whether you're in Tokyo or New York City. In the mean time, a ventilated AirspeedTM back panel ensures that your work clothes won't become saturated on your brief walk from the train station to the office (especially come summer). And, to round out this backpack's features, the Talia is outfitted with an integrated kickstand for enhanced convenience and easy, yet stable access to your tablet, laptop, or pen and paper.
- Brings outdoor performance to your workspace
- Durable fabrics maintain longevity
- Whole gamut of zippered and organizational pockets
- Laptop and tablet sleeves are padded for protection
- Kickstand-inspired feature keeps pack stable
- Bike light attachment point enhances versatility
- Hip belt is removable for adaptive performance
- Compression straps stabilize your load
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- Q & A
"Tons of Room, But Not a Brick"
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I got this backpack for my little sister for her birthday, and she reaaally likes it. And shes not just saying that cause I gave it as a gift. "The backpack has tons and tons of pockets everywhere! I really like the dedicated laptop sleeve at the back, and that it stands up when I need it to in class.". I also got to play around with it a bit, and It seems pretty cool. I will say that it won't stand up unless all the straps on the outside are pulled out the max length, but really that is the only thing I saw that seemed even slightly wrong. If you need a backpack for casual use, definitely get tehse