- Zipper closure
- Dual-zippered access to main compartment
- External hydration sleeve accommodates up to a 3L reservoir (sold separately)
- Adjustable shoulder harness to dial in perfect fit
- Stretch mesh pockets on both sides of pack provide convenient storage for bottles and smaller items.
- Two zippered hipbelt pockets and LidLock helmet attachment
- Stow-On-The-Go Trekking pole attachment allows you to quickly attach and carry trekking poles while wearing the pack.
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From the manufacturer
Since Osprey’s founding in 1974, every single product design bearing the Osprey name has passed through the hands of owner and founder Mike Pfotenhauer, undergoing relentless scrutiny. From stitching the first lines of custom-fitted packs, to meticulously designing innovative products with intuitive features, to forging personal relationships with the sewing operators who construct the packs, Mike has been the unbreakable thread that makes Osprey a top company.
Osprey Talon 22 Hiking Pack
The Perfect Panel Loading, Day Hiking, Biking And Peak Bagging Carry Solution
The Osprey Packs Talon 22 is one of the most versatile hiking packs available. The BioStretch harness and continuous wrap hipbelt combine to create an incredibly stable carry system. We also updated our AirScape backpanel to use less material and glue while making it more breathable to keep you cool on hot days. LidLock helmet makes for a quick stowaway on your mid-commute coffee stop. Zippered hipbelts,side stretch pockets, a harness pocket, and top-lid storage provide all the organization.
- Side stretch mesh pockets
- Stretch mesh harness slash pocket
- Top panel zippered slash pocket
- Stow-On-The-Go trekking pole attachment
- Two zippered hipbelt pockets
- LidLock helmet attachment
- External hydration sleeve
- Lower InsideOut compression/carry straps
Stow-On-The-Go Trekking Pole Attachment
Osprey’s Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment system is designed to quickly attach and carry trekking poles while wearing a pack or making a quick scramble through rough terrain.
Lidlock Helmet Attachment
Osprey’s LidLock attachment easily and securely carries bicycle helmets.
Two Zippered Hipbelt Pockets
Two zippered hipbelt pockets keep snacks and essentials secure and quickly accessible on the go.
External Hydration Sleeve
External hydration sleeve in the backpanel simplifies refilling and protects pack content from spills.
Lower Insideout Compression/Carry Straps
Dual stretch mesh side pockets provide accessible storage options and allow the user to compress and secure loads even while side pockets are in use.
Precision cut and accordion spread mesh-covered foam ridges to keep you cooler on warm days.
Biostretch Harness & Hipbelt
A mesh covered, die-cut slotted foam hipbelt and harness is used to create a perfectly formed fit. The seamless lumbar to hipbelt body wrap creates extra support for those long days on the trail.
Ice Tool Loop With Bungee Tie-Offs
Adding to the versatility of the Talon 22 is the ability to travel all sorts of terrain and carry the proper tools to do so.
|Talon 44||Talon 33||Talon 22||Talon 11|
|Stow-On-The-Go Pole Attachment||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Lower InsideOut Compression/Carry Straps||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|External Hydration Sleeve||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Two Zippered Hipbelt Pockets||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Zippered Panel Access||✓||✓|
|Top Loader Access||✓||✓|
|Top Panel Zippered Stash Pocket||✓||✓|
|Dual Ice Tool Loops||✓||✓|
|Single Ice Tool Loop||✓|
|LidLock Helmet Attachment||✓||✓|
Simpler is often better, and simply put this is one of the most versatile packs ever created. If you prefer going light and moving fast in the woods, mountains and around town, the Talon 22 is the pack for you. 22L of capacity is perfect for day hikes, urban commutes or a trip to the market. Ventilated and comfortable, the BioStretch harness and continuous wrap hipbelt combine to create an incredibly stable carry system that hugs your body so you can stay balanced on the trail, ridge or peak. We scratched our heads and updated our AirScape backpanel to use less material and glue while making it more breathable to keep you cool on hot days. When uphills turn technical, our Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole carry system keeps your hands free for upward movement. LidLock helmet carry achieves the same when you stop for a mid-commute coffee. Zippered hipbelts, side stretch mesh pockets, a harness pocket, and top-lid storage provide all the organization you need.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 18 x 11 x 11 inches; 1.34 Pounds
- Item model number : 10000845
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : November 1, 2016
- Manufacturer : Osprey Packs
- ASIN : B01IJKZ46C
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Finally it died. So I ordered another.
Then found out the company will repair/replace any pack at any time for any reason. So I sent my original pack in and they sent me another new one.
This thing was older than the dinosaurs and clearly destroyed by me. Think "Lifetime Warranty" and add 10 years of use. Yet they still sent me a brand new pack to replace it.
Now that's an awesome company!
Oh, and the new pack is upgraded from the old one. Osprey, get this, actually updates their products. They keep improving over time. Amazing :)
Why I like this bag...
1. It's simplicity. I like a bag that has many features, but looks simple and not overcomplicated with a so many compartments. This bag has one big main compartment for everything. Inside the main compartment is a small zippered mesh pouch for loose items. Back outside, there's a small zippered compartment at the top. This one is much bigger and it's lined with a soft material. I can fit an iPad mini 4 in there with ease. On the sides of the pack are two mesh pockets and two zipper pouches on the hip belt. What I really like is the front of the bag has a large mesh pocket. I can squeeze a jacket in there or baby wipes for ease of access. Along the back is a padded panel for a water pack. It easily fits my 13" MacBook Pro, but I don't carry my laptop around anymore.
2. It's weight. This bag is really light. I think it's a little bit over a pound.
If you're like me and can't decide on the color and sizes. Here's my perspectives.
Size - Instead of worrying about torso size, just go with M/L if you want a 22L bag or S/M if you want a 20L bag.
Color - I couldn't decide and purchased both Martian Red and Black. I ended up keeping the Martian Red. The red is really bright. It doesn't look dull like in the picture. I think the Ultramarine Blue and Spring Green will be just a bright as well. The bag looks uniformed with red all around. The black is instead more grey than black. Think of the Raiders color. The black looks two tone. The bottom and side going up is dark black, while the mesh side pockets and front pocket is grey. The rest is a honeycomb fabric that is light black and changes depending on the light. The supporting gel structure on the back is an orange brown.
That does not, however, detract from my rating, because it's on me to get the right size. I actually really like the pack. It's comfortable and carries what I need. I was initially concerned about the side pocket holding a Nalgene, but in fact the Nalgene 1 L fits perfectly and snugly. I took off one star for two reasons: first, I don't expect this to be waterproof without a cover, but the fact that the condensation from my water bottle completely soaks through to the inside of the pack is a disappointment. Second, the pack is on the hotter side and my back does really heat up.
Other than that, it does a good job of holding enough for a day hike, it is very adjustable, and I'm happy with it.
Caveat: I have not yet taken this hiking. I wanted to write a brief initial review, which I will update after I use the bag more.
I am female, 5’8” 120-125 lbs, with a long torso. I kind of agonized over what daypack to get as my 15-year-old pack is finally falling apart. Things have changed a lot in the last 15 years, for the better! I settled on an Osprey pack, and then had to decide between a Talon and a Tempest. After reading many reviews, I settled on the Talon, and here is why: I’m on the taller side for a woman, and also not very curvy/feminine-shaped. I read that the waste belt on the Tempest is somewhat angled to suit a woman’s figure better. Since I’m kind of skinny and have bony hips, I thought that didn’t sound right for me. Unfortunately going to a store to try different packs for fit wasn’t an option for me.
I bought the Talon in the S/M size, and it fits me perfectly with the back panel pulled up a spot (on the 2nd from top setting). It is extremely comfortable. I very much like that the hydration slot is outside of the main pack, making it easy to deal with a bladder without messing with internal contents. My generic, off-brand 2.5 L bladder fits great. The main compartment is very roomy for a day hike.
So far my only concerns are that the side mesh pockets are relatively thin and may be a tight fit for a 1L Nalgene. Other bottles should fit fine. Also the top stash pocket is a bit tough to get into or stiff, sort of, but I will see how that goes with use. I have yet to use any of the extra attachments so I can’t speak to them yet.
Again, will update as I use the pack, but I thought the fit info might be useful, particularly as I was looking for this sort of advice when choosing a pack.
Ventilation is great, the back webbing helps negate a lot of moisture ( but not all) and the shoulder straps have great ventilation too. The bag is very comfortable and you can even adjust the size on th back and hips which is a big plus on getting that personal fit.
As far as space goes it has a lot of room. I don’t carry a lot in th summer: lunch, maybe a jacket, small first aid. But in the winter the extra clothes will fit easily.
Great bag, it’s my third osprey bag and although there not ultra light I like what you get for the weight.
Top reviews from other countries
I really wanted to love this backpack, however, I just find it too uncomfortable at times.
For me, what’s packed inside the Talon, determines how comfortable this backpack sits. A laptop inside this pack, for example, makes things very uncomfortable.
I find that the harder sponge, at the top of the pack (below the carry handle where the water reservoir is inserted), continuously pushes across the lower base of my neck. I have never experienced this before in any backpack. This makes things unpleasant and very uncomfortable and is especially noticeable if the hip straps are not in use.
I have adjusted height of the back panel and tried various configuration for the straps but generally end up with an uncomfortable ride.
Other than that, the pack has some great features, however, these are simply overshadowed by the comfortability factor for me.
I would not have bought this daypack again from a comfort perspective, together with the price. My recommendation would be to try in store first with some contents in the backpack.