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Unisex Everyday & Commute

Momentum 32

Momentum 32
Orchard Green
Momentum 32 Back Side - Black
Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
Elastic hipbelt wing
Ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters
Built in high visibility raincover
Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket
LidLock™ bike helmet attachment
AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for ventilation

Availability: In stock

Momentum 32

Ride on time. The Momentum 32 was born to commute. It's what we consider to be the perfect balance between performance and organisation, making it the ideal journey to work partner. The AirScape™ back system features foam ridges for ventilation, so you keep cool on long rides in the city. The ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters on the harness combined with the elastic hipbelt wing mean that the pack is able to move closely with the body, offering extra flexibility and comfort. A separate padded laptop and tablet compartment keeps your electronics quick to hand and easy to access. Our unique Lidlock™ attachment provides the perfect place to quickly stow your bike helmet. In wet weather and heavy traffic the built in high-visibility rain cover provides protection, with the added safety feature of a bike-light attachment point.

Key Features

  • AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters
  • Elastic hipbelt wing
  • LidLock™ bike helmet attachment
  • Integrated & detachable high vis raincover
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
FULL FEATURE LIST
Weight: 1.21 kg
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 50 (l) x 30 (w) x 29 (d)
Maximum Laptop Sleeve Dimensions (cm): 48 (l) x 30 (w) x 5 (d)
Main Fabric: 420D x 400D Nylon Dobby

Customer Reviews

3.35
Based on 4 reviews
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You're reviewing: Momentum 32

Daniel
Good, but could be better.
I am quite happy with the bag, but at the same time i do have some "complaints". First off, when bicycling, it stays on good, and doesn't really feel that heavy on the back even loaded with stuff. And i do like that i can fit quite a lot of stuff. However, for some reason, when just carrying it normally, it doesn't feel that comfortable like i would have liked, and that is why it gets 4 stars instead of 5.

I don't have that much to compare with, but i would absolutely recommend it as a backpack for when going on bicycle rides to and from work for example.
Tony
Good but not great
I've had the Momentum 32 for a couple of months and use it to take stuff with me during the week or when I go for short trips on weekends. It is well organized with plenty of compartments. I like the rain guard which came in handy on a trip to NYC when it started raining as I was walking to my destination. The cons I've noticed are: (1) the shoulder straps are not especially well padded and tend to dig into my shoulders and feel uncomfortable, especially when the pack is full; and (2) there is no frame so the whole backpack tends to folder over into a concave shape, kind of like the letter C, and the top to the pack hits the back of my shoulders. In short, I'm not entirely happy with this product and if I had it to do over, I would have gone with the Osprey Farpoint 40 which has a frame and keeps the back of the pack from bending over.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Tony,

Thanks for taking the time to write a review for the Momentum 32.

We're pleased to hear that you feel some of the features on the Momentum have been useful to you, especially the organisational compartments as this is specifically what the pack was designed to have.

In regards to the shoulder straps, this pack has been designed with commuting in mind, therefore is not something we would expect consumers to wear for prolonged periods of time. The load range for our Everyday and Commute category is an average of 10KG, any more than this, the comfort of the pack could be compromised. This pack also does not include a rigid frame because it's a commuting pack designed for cycling, therefore, for this activity, it needs to be flexible and streamline.

In terms of the activities you are partaking in, the Farpoint 40 may have been a better choice in this instance as this has been designed for travelling and carrying heavier loads.

If you require any further assistance, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Tim
god bag but some design oversights
There is a metal zip inside the laptop sleeve (for a smaller pocket) which almost gauged a scratch across my laptop. I would not have been happy if it had.
Helmet clip is a good idea but puts the helmet on the back which just gets in the way, i.e. in shops and on packed trains. Probably great in the country. I think it needs to sit on top. Loose, long straps. Top shoulder adjustment elastic sticks out 10cm. My back is cooler using a courier style bag but that maybe just my back.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello Tim,

We appreciate your feedback and I will be passing it on. However, the stretch Load Lifters on this pack can be adjusted; please refer to the product videos. As for the placement of the LidLock and the internal zip, we will get this looked into.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

  • AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Elastic hipbelt wing
  • Front panel organiser pocket
  • Integrated & detachable high vis raincover
  • Internal document sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Internal organisation pocket
  • Internal organiser for bike specific tools and spares
  • LED light attachment point
  • LidLock™ bike helmet attachment
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Reflective graphics
  • Side compression straps
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stretch mesh side pocket
  • Ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters
  • Zippered panel access
  • Zippered scratch-free side pocket
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket

Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

3.35
Based on 4 reviews
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Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Momentum 32

Daniel
Good, but could be better.
I am quite happy with the bag, but at the same time i do have some "complaints". First off, when bicycling, it stays on good, and doesn't really feel that heavy on the back even loaded with stuff. And i do like that i can fit quite a lot of stuff. However, for some reason, when just carrying it normally, it doesn't feel that comfortable like i would have liked, and that is why it gets 4 stars instead of 5.

I don't have that much to compare with, but i would absolutely recommend it as a backpack for when going on bicycle rides to and from work for example.
Tony
Good but not great
I've had the Momentum 32 for a couple of months and use it to take stuff with me during the week or when I go for short trips on weekends. It is well organized with plenty of compartments. I like the rain guard which came in handy on a trip to NYC when it started raining as I was walking to my destination. The cons I've noticed are: (1) the shoulder straps are not especially well padded and tend to dig into my shoulders and feel uncomfortable, especially when the pack is full; and (2) there is no frame so the whole backpack tends to folder over into a concave shape, kind of like the letter C, and the top to the pack hits the back of my shoulders. In short, I'm not entirely happy with this product and if I had it to do over, I would have gone with the Osprey Farpoint 40 which has a frame and keeps the back of the pack from bending over.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Tony,

Thanks for taking the time to write a review for the Momentum 32.

We're pleased to hear that you feel some of the features on the Momentum have been useful to you, especially the organisational compartments as this is specifically what the pack was designed to have.

In regards to the shoulder straps, this pack has been designed with commuting in mind, therefore is not something we would expect consumers to wear for prolonged periods of time. The load range for our Everyday and Commute category is an average of 10KG, any more than this, the comfort of the pack could be compromised. This pack also does not include a rigid frame because it's a commuting pack designed for cycling, therefore, for this activity, it needs to be flexible and streamline.

In terms of the activities you are partaking in, the Farpoint 40 may have been a better choice in this instance as this has been designed for travelling and carrying heavier loads.

If you require any further assistance, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Tim
god bag but some design oversights
There is a metal zip inside the laptop sleeve (for a smaller pocket) which almost gauged a scratch across my laptop. I would not have been happy if it had.
Helmet clip is a good idea but puts the helmet on the back which just gets in the way, i.e. in shops and on packed trains. Probably great in the country. I think it needs to sit on top. Loose, long straps. Top shoulder adjustment elastic sticks out 10cm. My back is cooler using a courier style bag but that maybe just my back.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello Tim,

We appreciate your feedback and I will be passing it on. However, the stretch Load Lifters on this pack can be adjusted; please refer to the product videos. As for the placement of the LidLock and the internal zip, we will get this looked into.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Features

  • AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Elastic hipbelt wing
  • Front panel organiser pocket
  • Integrated & detachable high vis raincover
  • Internal document sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Internal organisation pocket
  • Internal organiser for bike specific tools and spares
  • LED light attachment point
  • LidLock™ bike helmet attachment
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Reflective graphics
  • Side compression straps
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stretch mesh side pocket
  • Ventilated stretch yoke and load lifters
  • Zippered panel access
  • Zippered scratch-free side pocket
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket