Osprey Comet

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Specs

Weight 1 lb 14 oz / .85 kg
Capacity 1700 cu in / 28 L

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Osprey's Comet page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Not only will the versatile Comet Backpack by Osprey hold all your schoolwork, it will also store the gear you need for a day on the trail. Padded pockets for your laptop and tablet, stash and side pockets for water bottles, and a front panel organizer bring a whole lot of convenience. Made with Spacer mesh, the back panel and shoulder straps ensure proper airflow and comfort whether you're sprinting across campus or strolling down the trail. The backpack's nylon fabric is durable enough to stand up to years of use, and there is a removable waistbelt to give you extra support if you need it. Compression and bungee straps keep the contents of the pack stable when you're getting after it.

- Backcountry.com

The Comet is a fully featured daypack complete with a padded laptop and tablet sleeve. Put it to use for school or work and even a trail hike on the weekends. 30 Liters/1831 cu in. 19 x 11 x 11.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Key Features: Sewn-in spacer mesh harnessAirScape(TM) backpanel2X side stretch mesh pocketsSide zip front panel pocketFront grab handleVolumes & Weights: One Size1709 cu in. 28 L1 lb 12 oz.79 kgDimensions: 20 x 12 x 9 in50 x 30 x 24 cm

- River Sports Outfitters

Give your daily commute a sense of adventure with the Osprey Comet Backpack. This sweet little daypack blurs the line between technical adventure pack and functional commuter bag. You get the comfort and breathability of Osprey's AirScape back panel combined with a clean but versatile layout of pockets and dedicated storage areas. From the easy-access main body to the small media pocket to the slick document or laptop pocket, the Comet serves up the kind of organization you need to avoid digging to the bottom of your pack every time you need something.

- Altrec Outdoors