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Osprey Packs Daylite Plus Daypack
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- Large panel-loading main compartment
- Attaches to a variety of compatible Osprey packs (Anther/Ariel AG, Volt/Viva, Ace 75L, Shuttle, Sojourn, Far point 80L, Porter series)
- Fabric front panel shove-it pocket
- Multi-function interior sleeve for hydration or tablet
- Removable 20 mm webbing pack-stabilizing hip belt
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 10 x 18 inches|
|Item Weight||1.19 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.25 pounds|
The Daylite Plus is at home on a 14,000-foot summit or on a trip to the local farmer’s market. It is designed to attach to a number of Osprey’s larger packs and travel bags for use as a separate pod pack on day trips away from base camp.
Color: Beryl Blue
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To dig into the details of this this is a little bit overwhelming, i honestly didn't know a backpack could be so complex!
Have to start somewhere :
First off this back has a slightly rigid "frame" to the back to help it keep its shape, this is done by a kind of 'boning' similar to what would be in a corset, holding the edges of the part that goes against your back. It's weird if you ask me, but not uncomfortable so whateves.
There are 7 pockets from the outside, with a few inner pockets lining the inside of some of them. The two mesh pockets on the sides are large but loose at the top. You could fit a waterbottle but if it is at all top heavy it might fall out on a hike.
Luckily there's a hydration pack pocket... Wait... Which one is it? I don't even know... Because there's two pockets they could intend to be used with a hydration pack but it's really unclear which one you should use! See... The mesh panel that keeps your back cool is also a pocket of sorts. Inside there's a ventilated piece of foam padding, and at the top is a small clip, could this be for holding the hydration pack up? I dunno... But there's a tag above it that implies you do, it's embroidered "H2O", the letters are upside down, but it's there.
Then there's what I'd tracked down on the Osprey website and other places: the pocket inside the main pocket on this 'plus' model is insulated for a laptop or *hydration pack*.... Well it's definitely there, pretty thick insulation too... Okay, but, there's no opening to pull the hose through from that pocket except through the zipper and if this is where it's supposed to go, why is that upside down H2O tag on the backside mesh pocket? Confused yet? Me too. Osprey, what up?
So while I'm sure I can decide which place I prefer to put my water on my own anyway, let's venture onward in this review....
The clips you see on the sides, that seem to be holding a panel against the pack, are in fact a kind of expandable pocket, which even has a pocket on it. It's this clipped up pocket that has a webbed-like structure that expands in a way reminiscent of jaws of something in "Alien vs Predator". Don't worry, this is way cooler than some folks might think. I can fit an extra water bottle or sweatshirt in there and cinch it up real good, real easy.
There's two more pockets on this beast. The small zip pocket that runs vertical on the outside face of the expanding alien-jaw-flap (good for a phone, keys lip balm, etc) and the zippered pocket just above the expanding alien-jaw-flap that contains separate mesh compartments inside for organizing small things.
I got this pack thinking I could somehow attach a yoga mat to it for biking to class. Unfortunately I haven't been able to figure that out yet, the way I thought it would work won't actually so hopefully I can figure out another way. I'll toss up a photo if I do.
I am SO glad that I went head and purchased this anyways. This bag is the most comfortable backpack I have ever used and the pockets are amazing. The main pocket is huge and has a computer sleeve inside (that I just used for other stuff). On the outside of the bag, there is a smaller pocket on the top with 2 mini pocket holders inside. The zipper pocket in the front is huge and can fit essential items. Additionally, that flap with the zipper pocket is also a pocket that you can stuff anything in.
I fit the following things in this bag (which I used as a carry-on when I checked my bag at the airport):
Main Pocket: 1 thin sweatshirt, 1 thin long sleeve shirt, 2 pairs of underwear, 1 pair shorts, 1 short sleeve shirt, 1 pair of leggings, 1 pair of socks, 1 pair of toms, 1 quart size bags of medications, 1 quart size bag of liquids, Toothbrush, Hairbrush, Lonely Planet Travel book, printed packet of itinerary. Even then, I had a little bit of room.
Smaller pocket on outside of bag: Clif Power Bar, Snickers, Heath Bar, Camera, Cellphone charger and cord, Camera charging cord, Headphones, Wireless Headphones, Earplugs, Kleenex Packet, Sunglasses, and Sleeping Mask.
Flap Pocket: Tissues and Restaurant Napkins (for bathroom when there are no tissues)
Small pocket on outside of flap: Hand lotion, Hand sanitizer, Suntan Lotion, Advil, and Tums (all items travel sized).
This is everything I needed in case my bag got lost. My shoulders never got sore and my bag never got sweaty. This is a must buy. Enjoy!!!