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  1. #26
    Senior Member pavemen's Avatar
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    Think that pack fits a laptop, mouse, a few small accessories, and a pair of large jeans, shirt, socks, underwear and still use the reservoir?

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    I've used my daughter's Columbia Treadlite 22 liter. It's back draft suspsension system is very well designed, and the pack is very light. It's a little small if I want to carry a lap top along with the other things I would normally pack. It's not specifically designed for bike commuters, but perhaps for the money it's a better value than the Ospreys or Deuters.

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    I use the Camelback Mountain 14er. Vented back and plenty of space for clothes and food. I carry water on the bike but use the water bladder when I use the pack for hiking. $100 and couldn't be happier with it.

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    I realize the OP found something for him, but wouldn't it have been possible to just get a single sling messenger bag? Or a handlebar bag?

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