Osprey Men's FlapJack Courier Day Pack
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- 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
- 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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(review update) The comments about my review are well received. So I elaborate. I didn't have the opportunity to personally handle and/or test this bag before purchasing as I was in Asia when I ordered it. Caveat Emptor, dumb decision on my part. Osprey makes excellent products; I have many. This one sits in a closet. Not surprised to see that the price has gone down 30%. It is VERY bulky, yet does NOT hold its shape and is just a lot larger than I can imagine its intended use should be. Review is MY personal opinion. Go to a store and try it out before you pull the trigger on this purchase. I was looking for a lightweight easy and comfortable shoulder bag for storing the many necessities of international air travel with quick and easy access and under seat storage while flying . This ain't it; but thanks for the comments, they were spot on.
There are a few pockets. The bottleholder is just an open pocket that is discretely place behind the strap. I carry a contigo, 24oz cupWorks really well. On the opposite side is a discrete zipped pocket you can hold a powerbank or a slim external hdd in. There's also a pocket under. The big compartment holds a dear stalker, a thick henley, a laptop charger and 2 ration bars but almost not. The laptop sleeve and a second sleeve (which I immediately was made for a spare shirt) are closed by velcro. I'd prefer a snap, it's a little unreliable. There's a zipper compartment for documents(?) but if that's a need buy a plastic envelope or accordion binder. There's also a pocket for stationary and keys in the front, including a key clip.
My biggest complaint is it feels like you're carrying on your side when you're carrying everything. I've never met a laptop bag that doesn't. If you're carrying something that's more than a netbook or ultrabook weight wise, maybe just get a backpack. If you just need a bag to put random stuff in, this is lovely. As a schoolbag, I like enough that I've changed my loadout so that I can still use it.
sidenote: it seems like the biggest difference (overall a little bit smaller everywhere) between this and the flapjill is the strap. So tall ladies might want to try this.
- The bag is, overall, more structured. Whereas the old version got kind of floppy after a bit of use, this one appears to be designed to hold a flatter, more streamlined shape even when loaded. The main opening is slightly more cinched around the main interior, reducing the risk of rain or splashes dripping into the bag.
- Laptop compartment has more structured padding and seems more secure. I keep a 13.3" Macbook Pro in it without any other kind of case. This bag still has the zippered document folder next to the laptop compartment, but it is very slightly smaller than the previous version.
- The shoulder strap pad is now more closely fitted to the strap itself, and stays in one place. The rubberized "Osprey" lettering on the underside that wore off easily on the previous bag is now replaced with simpler rubberized lines.
- The interior mesh drink pocket has been removed, and a clever exterior pocket is integrated into one side where the shoulder strap meets the bag. Good for anyone who carries a travel mug and wants quick access.
- This bag is actually black, whereas the previous version was only available in a weird grey color.
- One more additional front interior pocket than the previous version.
- Another reviewer mentioned that the top handle seemed less substantial than the previous version, so I made a point of examining this carefully when I got the bag since I use this handle a lot. If anything, I'd say the top handle is actually stronger and better structured than the previous version - it is slightly narrower, but this seems to be more to accommodate the slightly weirdly placed zippered pocket underneath it than anything else.
- A minor con: The zipper pulls on this version are thin strips of sewn nylon, whereas on the previous bag they were more substantial paracord with plastic nibs. The zippers themselves seem high-quality, so it's a bit of a shame that Osprey chose to cheap out on the pulls - one of the things you'll touch the most on the bag. This is a *very* minor con, and I probably wouldn't have even noticed if I hadn't been using the previous bag just before getting this one.
At the price, this is a fantastic bag. If you need a voluminous main compartment or carry a larger laptop, this probably isn't your best choice. But if you like great organizational touches, the overall design and build quality is hard to beat without spending substantially more.
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