Osprey Farpoint 40 S/M Red 38L

August 6, 2017 - Comment

na Product Features Compact travel pack for carry-on compliance on most flights. Features a spacious main compartment with internal compression straps for keeping gear secure. Has hideaway zip panel on the rear conceals shoulder straps and hip belt. Adjustable shoulder straps, hip belt and sternum strap for load management. Contains zip mesh pocket in the

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Product Features

  • Compact travel pack for carry-on compliance on most flights.
  • Features a spacious main compartment with internal compression straps for keeping gear secure.
  • Has hideaway zip panel on the rear conceals shoulder straps and hip belt.
  • Adjustable shoulder straps, hip belt and sternum strap for load management.
  • Contains zip mesh pocket in the main compartment.

Comments

Akhilesh Dakinedi says:

Perfect backpack for a two-week trip I was torn between this or the Farpoint 70L backpack for a two-week backpacking trip across Central Europe, and I’m very glad that i went with this. It holds a surprising amount of stuff! I used five compression packing cubes to compress all my stuff down and then fit them all into the main compartment of this guy. It held everything! 8x shirts, 3x shorts, 2x jeans, 7x underwear, 7x pairs of socks, 1x pair of sandals, 1x towel, 1x daypack, and a bunch of other misc stuff like toiletries,…

PR1299 says:

From seat 19A This bag is worth every penny you will spend. Let me begin by saying this is the perfect size for carry on in regional/business/commercial aircraft. I was able to fit this easily into overheads on a CRJ-900, -700, EMB 145, 777LR, and A340-600. 

Pit Bull Mom says:

Perfect for a 2.5 week trip to Europe After much research, I purchased three of these, two black and one red, all small/medium, for a recent 17 day trip to Europe. My husband and I used the black ones and my fifteen year old daughter used the red one. They worked beautifully! We each took four outfits, plus the ones we wore, so five total, two pairs of shoes, plus toiletries (my daughter took her full size flat iron), hoodies/jackets, and raincoats. While my daughter and I each had a separate (Travelon) bag, my husband put his…

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