- Product Dimensions: 24 x 16 x 13 inches ; 5.62 pounds
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- ASIN: B00IMXRQZY
- Item model number: 115180-744-1-O/S
- Average Customer Review: 24 customer reviews
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Osprey Waypoint 80 Travel-Trekking Pack - Men's - Old Style
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- 420HD Nylon Pack Cloth
- The zip-off, foam padded gender specific adjustable harness and fixed hipbelt are directly connected to a LightWire peripheral frame
- Adjustable harness can slide either up or down using the window as a fit guide to locate your proper torso size
- The tuck away gender specific foam padded hipbelt utilizes Osprey's exclusive modified straight ErgoPull closure
- A dual lockable zippered front panel provides access to the main compartment
- Dual foam padded sidewalls work in conjunction with our StraightJacket compression system to both protect contents and stabilize loads
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For your next trek around the world, consider the Osprey Waypoint 80, a travel pack that carries like a backpack, so your comfort is assured. For day trips from base, you'll love the detachable daypack for carrying flexibility. This generous 80-liter travel pack is an obvious choice for your cross-country or round-the-world adventure.Zip-and-clip daypack with Port Window™..Removable sleeping pad straps..Daypack harness attachment for secure front carry and access..Adjustable hipbelt and harness with adjustable torso (5" / 13 cm adjustable range)..Zippered cover to protect and tuck away hipbelt and harness for checking through..Three internal zip pockets..Dual internal compression straps prevent your load from shifting..Daypack includes 15" padded laptop and Port™ tablet sleeves..Daypack has top slash pocket and dual side stretch mesh pockets..Fabrics: 320 denier nylon dobby main body, with 420 HD nylon packcloth accent and bottom..Size: 26"H x 15"W x 17" D / 66 x 38 x 17 cm..Volume: 4882 cu. in. / 80 L..Wt. 5.69 lbs. / 2.58 kg..
Color: Highland Green
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The day pack is more oriented toward those who want to carry their electronics (laptop, tablet, etc.). (i.e. no capbility to support a bladder for water if you intend to use it on day hikes) I carried a four-thirds format camera kit, rain jacket, a light jacket (similar items for the wife), some snacks and misc items in the daypack. In the future I will plan on taking a separate backpack and leaving the day pack behind or pretending that it can't be separated from the main bag. (see "the not so good" below)
+ Supportive & adjustable suspension on the main bag. I compared the Waypoint, Farpoint and Porter series bags (and a few others including REI brand) and the Waypoint suspension is hands down the best. Don't expect it to be as comfortable as a high end hiking pack; but its probably as close as you are going to get in a "travel" pack.
+ The hideaway compartment for the suspension was really useful when the bag needed to be checked in. I did not worry about the straps getting caught in a carousel and winding up with a nasty surprise. Other times, it kept the suspension out of the way and create a neat manageable package.
+ The panel loading style is more like a traditional luggage (compared to a hiking pack). This made packing for leisure travel much easier. Items could be accessed and organized without have to repack everything each time. This was a big bonus for travel.
+ Both the main bag and the day pack had zippers that were meant to be locked.
+ The cushioned carry handles on the side and top of the bag came in really handy when trying to put the bag up in luggage racks on trains, getting in an out of places while the suspension was tucked away and for carrying it short distances.
+ The interior zipper pockets and compartments on the main bag were a definite bonus when trying to organize.
The Not So Good
+ the 80L when fully packed may not pass muster as a carry-on bag. You are probably okay in the U.S.; but could face troubles in Europe. (check your airline) Other reviews have indicated success. On my trip i chose to check this bag in each time.
+ The day pack is so-so at best; it does keep you from having to take another small backpack. But for whatever reason the day pack kept pulling up my shirts on my back while walking and i kept having to pull it down. I didn't think much of it till I started to repack and noticed that the mesh on the back of the day pack had basically caused pilling on quite a few of my shirts. Some shirts of my travel shirts were ruined. This could have just been a me (and something weird with my body) only problem and while the main bag has the same sort of mesh on the back, it did not cause the same issue since it didn't move around as much. My wife had the Wayfarer 70 and didn't seem to experience any problems.