BIKE COMMUTER NEEDS
The Momentum Series offers specific bike commuter features including a LidLock™ helmet attachment system, reflective details, blinker light attachment and a built-in, snug fitting high visibility raincover.
A mesh-covered ridge foam backpanel provides ventilation and comfort when hauling heavy loads or climbing big hills.
- LidLock™ Helmet Attachment - LidLock™ helmet attachment keeps your hands free after you park your bike
- Hi-Visibility Raincover - Built-in, snug fitting high visibility raincover keeps your gear dry
- Blinker Light Attachment - Blinker light attachment for night and low visibility rides
- Reflective Detailing - Reflective detailing on front panel adds low-light visibility
- Zippered Scratch-Free Pocket - Zippered scratch-free heat embossed top pocket for sunglasses or electronics
- Separate Top Zip Access to Padded Laptop and Tablet Sleeves - Separate zippered access to padded laptop and tablet sleeves provide easy access to those items
- Main Compartment - Pack’s main compartment contains document sleeves and mesh pockets for extra organization
- Water Bottle Pockets - Stretch side panel pockets hold water bottles and whatever else you need to access during your ride
- Side Compression Straps - Lower side compression straps keep the pack stable when not packed in full
- Side Panel Pocket - Zippered heat embossed scratch-free side pocket contains a retractable key chain
- Lower Zippered Compartment - Large lower zippered compartment for shoes or other gear you want to keep separate from main load
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- Good Suspension
- Large Capacity
- Difficult To Load
- Not Enough Pockets
- Wet Weather
Comments about Osprey MOMENTUM 32:
I use this pack for 3 month now, not on a daily basis, but often, and just returned from Germany using as my day pack.
Understand this backpack was designed for bike commute, but it should be possible to be used a a day pack while commuting to the office and not as a "messenger" bag.
While the main compartment is spacious, with or without the secondary compartment used, the very strange side pockets and compression strap design limits the performance and usefulness of the pack.
Due to the compression strap the lap top compartment has a limited opening, the compression strap does very little and can not be called a compression strap and the side mesh pockets seem to smaller, even they look bigger than on the Comet 32.
The open mesh/nylon design not only limits the stretch and after two uses the mesh is already broken (a normal water bootle - the Comet has the same problem - the mesh quality seems to be a lower quality standard as the rest of the pack & the pack was not overloaded) but it also limits the use of the very small front compartment.
The front compartment is poor - the zipper pocket for wallet etc is very small, the two mesh pockets are deep but the top elastic is too loose an items easily slip out.
There is not single pen holder.
Change the questionable side mesh pocket construction, and add the front organiser from the Comet and we got a nice 27/7 bag.
Not easy to keep the pack standing upright.
The top carry handle looks and feels thougher than the one on the Comet - I prefer the Momentum 32 version/construction.
The carrying straps with the elastic are nice addition and make a heavy load easy to carry.
All in all the main compartment and the elastic carry system are the plus of the pack, laptop and front compartment are an addition, but less useful than on other Osprey packs.
The side mesh pockets - not sure if I wanna use them while riding a bike - afraid of things falling out - The don't look convincing
- Was this a gift?: