- Product Dimensions: 28 x 11 x 9.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B00E0LGEPA
- Item model number: 14633-628-M/L
- Average Customer Review: 71 customer reviews
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Osprey Packs Talon 33 Backpack
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- BioStretch gender specific hipbelt is a mesh covered, die cut hipbelt featuring zippered stretch mesh pockets and a modified straight ErgoPull closure system
- The Stow-On-The-Go trekking pole attachment is designed to conveniently stow your poles when not in use
- Stretch woven front pocket provides external storage options
- The top load main compartment has a removable top pocket with a single compartment top pocket and under-lid mesh pocket
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The ever popular Talon Series has truly become Osprey's legacy pack and has defined the pack category of lightweight, high-performance, multi-sport packs. While updating these packs for 2014, Osprey was careful to maintain all of the features, fit and style that have contributed to this series' success. Updates include lighter weight and design adjustments to enhance comfort in each volume.
Size: Medium/Large | Color: Avatar Blue
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Upon receiving the bag, I came to realize how light this bag really was. I questioned for a moment whether the box had anything other than paper in it.
I gave the bag a good once over and came to realize the beauty of this monster. The materials in the body of the bag just feel so nice and elegant and the mesh pockets made me giggle and wonder how much crap I could stuff in them. (the short answer to this is A LOT)
1. The chords and clasps felt minimal yet capable of providing more than enough strength.
2. The mechanism for opening the main pouch took had a lot of complaints from others, but I found it to have a 10 second learning curve. The "pull this piece to open" design gave me no trouble if I placed a finger in the hole. I didn't even have to dig my finger deep in or brace my hand with my thumb.
3. The waist straps, although minimal, were still enough to comfortably hug my waist and hips.
4. The shoulder straps velcro adjustability is kind of awkward since it just ends up folding over your shoulders and requires some fine tuning with the top straps that are used to pull the weight closer to your body.
5. The Hydration compartment is a little small for a 3L Hydropak if you try to stuff it in after you pack the bag, but a few good drinks will get it allow better access.
6. The trekking pole loops are great for carrying fishing poles. I had a 2 piece fly rod and a little trout rod stuffed down in the loops and only caught the hooks a couple times.
7. The mesh side pockets stretch as much as my stomach at a buffet, but they are elastic enough to return to their original size. I just found it a little odd that one of the pockets had adjustment straps on the inside and the other had the straps on the outside. Please educate me if you understand the justification.
8. The airscope back panel is a nice part-frame/part-pad back support that gave a little more shape to the bag while protecting my back from any internal funky shapes.
I tested this bag at the 16 mile Spruce Knob, WV loop. The bag is rated for 20-30 lbs, however, I decided to try it with 50 lbs. This included my sleeping bag, pot, stove, first aid kit, Chinook tarp, double hammock, a fishing pole, my bladder and gravity water filtration system, a butt-ton of para-chord, Mora knife, old hickory butcher knife, stacks and stacks of snacks, 3x8oz flasks that may have had bourbon in them, 1lb rice, 1/2 stick of butter, 1 can of tomato paste, garam masala, black pepper, an onion, 2 jalepenos, garlic paste, ginger paste, 27oz klean kanteen, toothbrush, poncho, headlamp, edible plants book, cumin seeds, 2 containers of powerbait, hooks, my sleeping pad and probably 5 or 10 other things I didn't use.
I have to admit that I could tell that the bag was not designed for 50 pounds, but that is purely my fault. I just wanted to see how far I could push the bag. I was carrying about 40-45 lbs on the return, and it felt a lot better, so you can really push this bag. I recently checked out the bag to determine if the overloading did any damage, (any fraying, popped threads, or tears) and I am happy to say I found no damage at all. The main stretchy pocket was packed full of random food items i was too lazy to organize and it has no stretch marks. This bag will be a great ultralight addition to what i have, now I just need to pack light.
This backpack is a little small for a long hiking trip, but it will hold up to what ever you throw at it.. Also, remember that if you are having trouble finding a good place to stow something, hell, throw it in the big stretchy pocket.
FYI, the backpack seemed to be well constructed and could be used for a solid day pack. The orange color is great for being seen in the densest woods.
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quickly from sweats. Easy access to pockets, and large compartment spaces.Read more