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Osprey FlapJack Pack

by Osprey

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Blueberry
  • Low profile back hugging design
  • Ventilated airflow back panel
  • Comfortable anatomically contoured shoulder straps
  • Sternum strap hip belt for secure fit
  • Easy access front pocket with organizer

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  • Product Description

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    The active everyday FlapJack pack offers gender-specific sizing and styling along with comfortable Osprey carry and smart functionality. All styles carry laptops safely and securely, along with everything needed for a busy day around town. The Flap Jack features a blinker patch, drawcord weather protector, earbud wire routers on the harness, interchangeable webbing, pack organization, and a padded laptop sleeve.

    Features:

    • Blinker patch
    • Drawcord weather protector
    • Earbud wire routers on harness
    • Interchangeable webbing
    • Pack organization
    • Padded laptop sleeve

    Specifications:

    • Size: 1526 cubic inches
    • Volume: 25 liters
    • Weight: 2 pounds, 2 ounces
    • Dimensions: 17 by 13 by 9 inches (H x W x D)
    • Fits laptops up to 15.4 inches

    Product Description

    An everyday pack, with a comfortable Osprey carry, 1500 cubic inches of capacity and smart functionality. Carries a laptop safely securely - along with everything needed for a busy day around town.

    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 4 x 18 x 14 inches ; 1.8 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    • ASIN: B002B3XO3Y
    • Item model number: 017530
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #274,854 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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    The Osprey FlapJack pack is the best laptop back that I have owned by far.
    thejquiz
    The main compartment is further secured by a drawstring at the top, and when you put the flap down you can rest assured that everything is safely tucked away.
    Thomas A. Ertman
    The ONLY 2 complaints I have about it is no side mesh pockets for a water bottle or other objects and I wish it was just a wee bit bigger.
    Eric

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Thomas A. Ertman on November 22, 2010
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    I tried to find something I didnt like about this pack, but I think its one of the best packs I've owned to date. It's perfect for commuting to work, school, library, or anyplace that your going to need quick access to your stuff without having to unzip a bunch of pockets and look for things. It has one large main compartment, and a laptop compartment as well.
    Space is not wasted if you dont use this pack for a laptop however. The main compartment is further secured by a drawstring at the top, and when you put the flap down you can rest assured that everything is safely tucked away.
    There are two pockets in the front of this pack, one secured by a small bit of velcro for easy access, and one zippered pocket, both are fairly deep and compliment this pack nicecly. There is a zippered pocket to the side that is more suited for small flat rectangular things like a cellphone, checkbook, etc.
    This pack stands up nicely when propped up against the wall or table leg, which is great. The back of the pack has some ribbed ventilation for airflow, I couldnt say how well this works since my bike commutes are not all that far, but it rides comfortably even with a laptop and library books, with a change of clothes for work to boot.
    As with all the Osprey packs i've owned, the stitching is superb and the pack is well made in general. I thought about knocking my review down one star due to the lack of colors, but I think it would be an injustice.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By fantasyphile on July 6, 2011
    Color Name: Khaki Verified Purchase
    I haven't read any reviews for my backpack, which I have had over 1.5 years now, so that they don't influence what I am about to say. This is, without a doubt, the BEST backpack I have ever had! I have a collection of backpacks in my office. I would end up with one, sometimes 2 a year, always trying to find a backpack that was comfortable in the shoulders, distributed weight well, and could hold my laptop without making me feel like Quasimoto. Since I got my FlapJack (yes, I'm a girl, no, I can't stand the little floral things on the female version) I haven't even glanced at another backpack in the store. My 15" Macbook Pro slides in and provides wonderful back support. So much in fact, that unless I'm schlepping a bunch of books around campus, I tend to forget I have my backpack on. It has traveled with me to conferences with nary a complaint from my back (I do use the sternum strap). The weight distributes perfectly to offset an ample bosom as well. And it can hold A LOT. If you want a backpack that you can load up and carry well, this backpack may very well be the one for you.

    P.S. I'm not big on organization within storage compartments, but the 5 pockets do just fine holding my stuff (books in one, laptop in another, electronic components in the third, loose stuff in #4 and long loose stuff/water bottle (on the rare occassion) in #5
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mike W on February 28, 2011
    Color Name: Jet Black
    I was sick of my messenger bag because I would have to spend tons of time adjusting the contents so it wouldn't hurt my back. This bag does a great job at allowing you to just toss stuff in and go, because it's got a padded back. The light strap at the bottom is a great additional feature, and the sleeves and extra pockets int eh bag just make sense.

    However, I wish it had some horizontal compression straps, because when things are loose the bag sits more on your lower back than I like.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ecirwin on March 6, 2012
    Color Name: Khaki Verified Purchase
    I have been carrying a messenger bag for years. They seem to be pretty good for light duty everyday use, but not so comfortable for loaded down traveling. A backpack is much better for heavier loads because it distributes the load on both shoulders. It is just more comfortable.

    This bag reminds me a lot of a messenger bag, but with the form factor rotated 90 degrees. The flap is pretty much standard for messenger bags. When you open the flap you have access to 2 storage areas. The back area has an additional pocket to hold a laptop computer. This pocket is closed with a very substantial velcro flap that is so substantial that it feels like it should have a pocket in it, but it doesn't. That is something I think they should add. The front storage area has 2 pockets for organizing smaller items like headphones and a camera and 2 sleeves for holding pens. Overall this front storage area is about 1/3 the size of the rear storage pocket. It is just better for holding smaller items.

    I like the fact that this bag does not use Velcro to hold the flap closed. I hate to have to rip open the Velcro to get into the bag. Sadly the snap buckles are just too hard to close with 1 hand. These things are just way oversized for holding the flap closed. They are even a little hard to close with 2 hands. Honestly some old fashioned metal snaps would be easier.

    The last little detail that bugs me is that is not anything included to control the excess webbing strap material. Once I get the bag adjusted to my comfort size, it would be nice to have some way to contain/control all this extra webbing.

    I know it sounds like I don't like the bag, but I am pretty picky and have spent a lot of time looking for the right thing.
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