- Product Dimensions: 18 x 13 x 9 inches ; 1.93 pounds
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- ASIN: B00RZV6AY2
- Item model number: 10000066
- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
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Osprey Women's FlapJill Backpack
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- 900D poly
- Zippered top slash pocket provides extra storage for items that need to be accessible
- Reflective graphics and blinker light attachment come in handy for commuting at night. Removable 25mm hipbelt adjusts to the load
- A pleated fabric side pocket is perfect for carrying may different types and sizes of water bottles to stay hydrated
- Zippered pocket provides extra storage in addition to the pack's main compartment perfect for quick access to phone and laptop power cords
- Internal laptop, tablet sleeve, front pocket for small items and multiple other zippered stash pockets make this pack a dream for daily organization
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Carry everything you need comfortably in the Osprey Flap Jill Pack which includes three color inter-changeable straps to match your style.
Size: One Size | Color: Black
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Then I came across this updated version of the FlapJill and loved it. The color choices and styling are really mellow and professional looking and I really liked the slightly heavier canvas feel. The updated pack also has two side pockets for a waterbottle or two, and the front zip pocket has mesh compartments for pencils, calculators, etc. Instead of 2 seperate snaps to keep the flat down, this version has one large snap. I think Osprey made the flap's overlapping closure at the top better as well, so between the heavier fabric and the updated flat fitting, I wouldn't worry about items getting wet in the elements. The shoulder straps were comfy like the previous version of the pack and have a tiny bit more padding.
***The biggest thing about this bag that made me ecstatic, was that the laptop compartment was updated to easily fit a 15.5" laptop! Yay!***
Now, how much larger of a laptop it will fit, I honestly don't know. My laptop was a snug fit horizonal/width wise in the padded sleeve, but had about an inch of room at the top, so I doubt a 17" laptop will fit, but would have to test it would to know for sure. There is also another sleeve for an ipad/tablet on the front portion of the laptop compartment. The main compartment seems large enough for a pair of shoes, change of clothes and couple notebooks.
As for the very few things that I don't care so much for on this new pack: I'm not as big of a fan of the grab handle at the top of the pack on the new version, since it's a bit smaller but I also don't usually use that handle for carrying a pack, so no biggie. The pocket on the flap is in a different location on the update FlapJill, which I don't like either since it's directly under the handle and seems like an awkward location for a small pocket. I still wasn't sure how I felt about there not being a zipper closure on the main pocket. I get that the point is that flap keeps all that in, which I am sure it does a great job of doing, but I do wish there was an elastic cord to tighten the closure on the opening.
Overall, again I loved this bag and was torn between the two kinds of packs (flap vs zipper). I ended up going with the zipper version since my family does a lot of hiking so it would be a little more versatile and secure for scrambling and such. If I was only going to use it for commuting, I likely would have gone with this version of the Osprey FlapJill pack. It's a well made and classic looking pack.
Now it was time for a test run. I loaded it up for school and headed off to class. I loved all the pockets and organizing space, but it is on the small side. I put all the things I needed for school in it (laptop and power supply, notebook, textbook, bike locks, sweatshirt, wallet, phone, and waterbottle), and it was stuffed to the gills. Ultimately it is just not enough space for me to use as a school/work bag, especially if I'm going to pack a lunch. I will say that I was impressed it held my laptop at all because it is too large for most laptop sleeves. As for wearing it, I found it pretty uncomfortable. The straps and back padding at very rigid (with or without laptop inside), and I found the fit of the shoulder straps cut into my arms uncomfortably while riding my bike. I liked that it has both sternum and waist straps, but the sternum strap is hard to slide up and down on the shoulder straps. Also, I felt all the buckles were a little difficult to unclasp (you have to squeeze them tighter than other backpack brands).
I can see how someone else would love this bag. It is extremely well made and the organizational design is well thought out. I would recommend this bag to someone who needs to carry less stuff, and maybe someone who commutes on foot or by train instead of on a bike. Also, I feel that they put style over comfort in this bag.