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Osprey Porter Travel Duffle, 46-Liter

by Osprey
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Price: $100.00 - $130.00
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  • Upgraded zip-away shoulder harness with adjustable sternum strap and rescue whistle buckle
  • Tuck-away fabric waistbelt with 1.5" / 38mm webbing
  • Foam padded sidewalls create structured carry and protect contents
  • StraightJacket compression secures any size load effectively
  • Zippered top pocket provides quick access to toiletries and liquids

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Product Description

Available in two sizes the Porter series provides basic gear hauling ability in a stylish and organized backpack. With our StraightJacket compression system and padded foam walls all your gear stays organized and protected. The Porter series also offer our D-ring Osprey AddOns attachment system.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.6 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: B008NHMNES
  • Item model number: 137546, Salsa Red-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,548 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Extremely light and very well built.
Minya
Using the straps this bag will fold down to a small size and fit in just about any carryon we have.
Robert A. Murphy
Excellent, excellent bag - I highly recommend.
Md

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Robert A. Murphy on April 8, 2013
I have had the Osprey Porter 46 for over one year now and have taken it on over 20 trips lasting from 2 to 14 days. And on those trips, with the occasional addition of a small laptop case, this has been my only piece of luggage. You can fit a surprising amount of stuff in this bag, and then using the straps, squeeze it down to such a small size.

Since I have purchased this bag I have been on well over 40 flights and not once have had to gate check my bag or store it under the plane- not even for the most packed up, tiny plane. Gate crew just see a backpack and don't flinch. That said, I very infrequently fill it to the brim. But even when I do the flexible size and sides allows me to squeeze or position the bag in places that a hard sided wheeled carryon cannot possibly fit (including the small overheads on small planes).

What I also like about this back is that it allows me to carry it hands free. This is why I traveled with a backpacking pack for many years. But those top loaders were a pain to get into. Getting at something on the bottom required the removal of everything else. The double zippers on this bag allow you to get right into the bag just like a standard roller, but with the added benefit of carrying on your shoulder or back.

One last thing. I live in an apartment in San Francisco. Space is a commodity. I have many suitcases. Using the straps this bag will fold down to a small size and fit in just about any carryon we have. It takes up almost no space while holding as much as suitcases that take up twice as much space or more. I could fit the Porter just about anywhere. So when I'm not traveling, my travel bag is not taking up space.
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71 of 78 people found the following review helpful By jimmy.f on September 7, 2012
This is a great "luggage" backpack that also doubles as a duffle bag (or you could say that vice versa). I work out five days a week early in the morning before work and have this packed the night before so all I have to do is carry it out to the car. In the main compartment it contains all of the following: dress shoes in a shoe bag, shaving kit, Eagle Creek Pack-It System (containing: slacks, shirt, tie), underpants, socks, belt, day planner, brief of important papers, shower towel, work-out towel. In the side interior zippered netted pocket in contains: shampoo, conditioner, pre-shave oil, scalp conditioner. In the interior zippered netted pocket on the opening panel: two rubber exercise bands and a stretch strap. In the exterior zippered pocket on the opening panel: portable rain jacket, cords, phone charger, soft pouch containing medicines, creams, earbuds, etc. In the exterior zippered pocket on the top vertical end (if you stand it up long ways): set of keys (hanging from built-in ribbon with plastic clip), eye glasses case, sun glasses case, cell phone, wallet, work badge, gym locker lock, etc.

So, as you can see, it holds everything that a large duffle or weekend suitcase can, but I have to walk five blocks each way, and my old duffle bag was really slowing me down and limiting what I could carry in my hands. Even though I am plenty strong enough to carry my large, leather weekender bag, it was creating a lot of tension in my upper trap from trying to lean the other way to balance all the weight of the duffle in my carrying hand. The Porter has hidden shoulder straps that come out of the back panel and turns a duffle/weekender bag into a back pack - very cool.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By LWojo89 on October 6, 2012
Color Name: Matte GreySize Name: 46-Liter Verified Purchase
I purchased this bag for my first European trip. WOW. You'd be amazed at how much you can fit into this bag. It only has two inner compartments (a mesh and a side pocket, but that's a good thing), and a large (LARGE) compartment. Rolling clothes and using packing cubes made this an amazing find. I'm not sure if it's carry on size (I have to check it anyways), but it sure fits a hell of a lot.

If I didn't have to bring junky clothes (sweatpants, sweatshirts etc) due to outdoor activities I'm doing while abroad, I could easily take this bag with no other needs. I'm a girly girl too, who needs all her options. BUY THIS BAG! I also look forward to using it in the US for bus and train travel. It seems quite sturdy. The backpack function is great, however I'm not sure I'd use it for long hauls such as hiking or walking for miles if packed to full capacity.

Also, the compression straps are a great feature to compress the bag not only to make it smaller, but to prevent the insides of my bag from jostling around and getting unorganized.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JCE on May 31, 2014
Color Name: Matte GreySize Name: 46-Liter Verified Purchase
My family is travelling extensively with convertible bags including trips overseas. In addition to this Osprey, we are currently using a Patagonia Transport MLC, an REI Vagabond Tour 40 and the small North Face duffel bag with shoulder straps. Honestly, all are great bags and it probably comes down to personal preference. With that said, here are a few things to consider.

First, none of them are comfortable to carry fully loaded as a pack for any distance. They are all absolutely perfect for getting through airports and for reasonable distances around town when catching trains, buses or cabs. Just don't kid yourself into thinking any of these convertible bags will be truly backpack like if you want to wander around places you visit for hours with your bag.

The North Face duffels are really tough and after more than three years of regular use and travel it is still going strong. This bag is technically too big to meet carry-on restrictions although we've yet to have that be an issue in practice. If you pack on the light side, would be fine regardless. If you tend to fill whatever space you have available, I'd be concerned about carry-on size and weight restrictions overseas. Biggest downside to this bag is only having one very small zip pocket for organization. Plan on travel cubes or other means of maintaining some organization if you're going on a trip longer than a few days.

The Patagonia is by far the most suitcase like bag of these four which makes it much easier to pack. It also has the best combination of pockets for small item organization. Really just looks like an oversized shoulder bag when packed. Great quality and the best thought out bag of this group if you like the look.
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