Timbuk2’s Especial Tres Cycling Backpack is $87 off, more from $17.50

Save 66%

Amazon is offering a variety of Timbuk2, Fossil, and Osprey bags at up to 66% off. Our favorite is the Timbuk2 Especial Tres Cycling Backpack for $92.69 shipped. That’s 48% off the amount it has averaged over the last six months and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $11. This high-volume roll-top backpack is made with cyclists in mind. Not only is it weatherproof, inside you’ll find a 15-inch laptop sleeve and an internal organizer for everything from your smartphone to pens. The internal notebook compartment can also be used as a U-lock storage pocket. Timbuk2 backs this offering with a lifetime warranty. Rated 4.6/5 stars. Continue reading to find more bags on sale from $17.50.

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TIMBUK2 Especial Tres Cycling Backpack features:

  • Internal slip pocket fits up to a 15″ laptop; Dual side stretch pockets fit water bottles or U-lock; Internal organizer for pens, phones, and other small stuff; Waterproof roll-top plus side access to the main body of the bag
  • External compression straps for cinching or expanding; Reflective hits; Vista loop for attaching blinky bike lights; Water resistant, PU coated zippers; Front panel unzips to expand volume for carting extra bulk; Internal drop liner with seam tape construction
  • Durable Cordura nylon fabric; Backpack straps made from high density foam and mesh for venting; Comfort backpack straps with hydration and headphone routing; Backbender flexible cooling panel offers ventilation and comfort

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