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Questa Pack
Questa Pack Posted: 6/13/16
Reviewer: from Monterey, CA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

The size of this day pack is a perfect carry-on for a woman or a small-framed man. Empty, it's light, so you're carrying just what you put into it, not a bag itself. It has lots of ideally placed and ideally sized pockets and two side pockets for water bottles.

Flapjill Courier
Flapjill Courier Posted: 6/1/16
Reviewer: from Santa Cruz, CA
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

This is a well-made, carefully thought out bag, with many useful features. It holds and protects my 13" laptop, iPad, and lots of other assorted items. However (and hence only 4 stars overall), it was not roomy enough to use as my carry-on tote for a long trip to Europe. While it held almost everything important (devices, chargers, makeup, jewelry, noise-cancelling headphones, travel documents, papers, two pairs eyeglasses, basically anything I'd have to kill myself if I lost)...it fell short of being a "bottomless pit." Forget throwing any last minute items in there, it's just not roomy enough. So I guess it's back to my much roomier, tattered L.L. Bean carry-on tote. Or I might try an Osprey backpack next time...I'm amazed at what my husband crams into his.

Porter 46
Porter 46 Posted: 4/5/16
Reviewer: Carlos from Spokane, WA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Bought this bag for a 5 day trip. It fit everything I needed perfectly. Bag is a little small for my 6'3" frame but it is the perfect carry-on size so I can't complain. Bag looks good and is comfortably to wear. Going to invest in some packing cubes to organize my gear and possibly fit a few more things for longer trips. Definitely recommend.

Tempest 6 Pack
Tempest 6 Pack Posted: 3/21/16
Reviewer: from Boulder, CO
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

I suppose I should have looked at the dimensions before I bought, because it is huge! And not lightweight at all. There's no way I can wear this even while hiking, much less chasing after my kid on his bike. On a positive note, it's a cool pack. Nice holders for the water bottles. Nice storage. Just large. I'm going to try one of the lighter weight Salomon packs.

Porter 46
Porter 46 Posted: 3/12/16
Reviewer: Mike from Illinois
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I purchased this product for an upcoming six month trip. Seeing that this pack is TSA approved for carry-on, it will save me loads of time and money. Sturdy, stylish, packs well (packing cubes fit perfectly if you like to organize your stuff like I do) and the straps can be hidden for transit. One thing I wish this pack had was a padded breathable channel (like regular backpacks have) to keep from sweating profusely otherwise it is very comfortable. I have no regrets.

Questa Pack
Questa Pack Posted: 3/2/16
Reviewer: from Washington, DC
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

The Questa is a nice commuter backpack. It's just big enough to hold my laptop, papers, a book, and a change of clothes for the gym. I don't need to pack much more than that on a normal work day so this works for me. Although I haven't tried, I think a pair of shoes would fit comfortably in the front bungee cord thing, which is supposed to fit a bike helmet. As much as I love the outside design of the Questa (light reflective tabs, waist straps that tuck into side pockets), I wish the size and inside of the bag was like the Nova, which is bigger, has a third zippered compartment and includes additional pockets and slots on the inside for organization. I like to pack a lot of little things sunscreen, sunglasses, lipgloss, Metro card, pepper spray that I prefer to keep in individual pockets for easy access instead of all jumbled together inside a big pocket. I ended up keeping the Questa since I like it just fine as a daily commuter pack (and it looks good) but I also kept the Nova for weekends and small day trips when I need more storage space. Zappos doesn't carry the Nova so I don t know if it's new or old but it's another great Osprey woman-specific backpack with just a little more storage space than the Questa and with a functional storage space in the front instead of a second handle like on the Celeste backpack.

Pogo Pack (Kids)
Pogo Pack (Kids) Posted: 2/22/16
Reviewer: Heather Hooten from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

My eight year old LOVES this backpack. It was time to graduate from the "theme" du jour and get him something a little more sturdy. Fits great, plenty of space and organizing pockets. His favorite part is the handle on the front (what can I say, he's eight!). Definitely worth it!

Flapjack Courier
Flapjack Courier Posted: 2/19/16
Reviewer: James from SF Bay Area, CA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

This is a great bag for any need. It has multiple pockets, pouches and nooks for items of all sizes. It is well shaped so that even if you fill it the weight feels evenly distributed. It does not feel like you are carrying a bowling ball on a shoe-string. The bright orange interior lining is sturdy and makes it easy to find things. I put my bags to extreme use and this one handles it with aplomb. I expect to use this bag for the next 8-10 years. It is highly recommended, especially for the moderate price.

Flapjack Courier
Flapjack Courier Posted: 2/19/16
Reviewer: James from SF Bay Area
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I needed a new bag to replace my aging, medium quality leather one. I have carried shoulder bags ("European carry-all" to "Seinfeld" fans) for over 20 years and am dependent on them. I took a chance with the Osprey and strayed from the leather professional look for something more utilitarian and sporty and boy am I glad I did! This thing rocks. It has got multiple pockets, pouches, nooks of all shapes and sizes for everything you need to carry, whether it be a tiny eyeglass screwdriver or laptop computer this pack has a convenient place for it. The bright orange interior lining makes it easy to find any of the 500 things that I have put in this bag. I put my bags to extreme use and this one is handling it just fine. It appears to be smiling and asking to do more.

Ozone 46
Ozone 46 Posted: 2/19/16
Reviewer: from Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

As a 47 yr old woman who travels a lot I needed to give my shoulder a break from the heavy laptop and purse scenario i usually have for carryons. This pack fits my 15" macbook pro, a couple days of clothing, toiletries, shoes, and miscellaneous purse items handily. Love how the straps tuck into the back if you end up checking the bag. Very comfortable but if it's heavy you need to use the waist strap to really alleviate strain on your shoulders.

Atmos 65 AG
Atmos 65 AG Posted: 1/24/16
Reviewer: Noah from California
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

This is a top-loading bag, with not so smooth zippers or draw cord, with to much thin mesh on the top of each side of the flat lying waist belt that must plane pulled out to fit your waist on each use. The owner's manual is online, harness adjustment takes a lot of time once I figured out levers are to be pulled down and do not lock. I have read nothing but good things about Osprey standing behind products, which is what lead me to this pack, but with waist belt pocket zippers that are not easy to close one-handed and far to much mesh on top of the waist belt that is super thin, I sent back this bag in the box it came in, that looked more the size of a tiny house.

Koby Pack (Kids)
Koby Pack (Kids) Posted: 1/7/16
Reviewer: MomofOne from chicago, il
Overall: Rated:1 stars! Comfort: Rated:1 stars! Style: Rated:1 stars!

A year ago I would have given this five stars, however two months after buying it from Zappos both side pockets are ripped and have holes. My son is a first grader, and he only uses the bag to carry the usual stuff to and from school. Nothing a simple backpack should not be able to handle. I bought this in large part because of their guarantee, which is not what I expected. In order to take advantage of the guarantee, I need to pay to ship the entire bag back and wait for them to fix it. Meaning, that I will need to buy another bag for my son (not an Osprey!) to use! The style is good, the comfort is good - too bad about the holes!

Aura 50 AG
Aura 50 AG Posted: 1/5/16
Reviewer: Victoria Hoffer from CT
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

Disappointed! Intriguing "anti-gravity" design, but clumsy and stiff. Shoulder straps inflexible, far apart, and dug in. Cords and zippers require too much fight. Hip belt feels like a vise. Pack is hard to put on and take off; belt pockets practically useless. Perhaps a larger person would respond differently (I am 5'1" and weigh less than 100 lb., tried the XS.) Like the bottom zip, but that is not enough to make a great pack.

Beta Port Pack
Beta Port Pack Posted: 1/5/16
Reviewer: from Western Massachusetts
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I got this as a gift for my daughter who is a teacher. Her teacher bag was heavy and she needed something with a handle plus a strap that would cross from shoulder to hip to protect her spine. She really likes thie secure design features of the flap, keeping her papers tucked in and protected from the weather. The textured back keeps it from sliding and swinging away from her, which prevents her from losing her balance or wrenching her neck. Her laptop fits inside, too.

Atmos 50 AG
Atmos 50 AG Posted: 1/5/16
Reviewer: Brian Swikert from Scottsdale, AZ
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Ordered this pack and it arrived the next day. I took it to the Grand Canyon for a rim to river and back same day trip. I have done this trip several times but not with a pack as comfortable. This pack is far superior to other packs I have used in the past. The weight distribution and adjust ability is the best I have found. This pack is amazing for 1 to 5 days out on the trail in my opinion.

Flapjill Mini
Flapjill Mini Posted: 1/3/16
Reviewer: Fleur from Pennsylvania, US
Overall: Rated:2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!

This bag, while stylish and heavy duty, has what I consider serious design flaws. The strap is barely long enough even at the longest setting, and I am only 5'5". If you shorten the strap, the end dangles out in the open next to a big, clunky buckle. I found the two exterior pockets to be incredibly small and unusable - one is under the grab handle and almost unreachable, the second is a skinny, ink pen sized slot along the curve of the bag. Neither is big or accessible enough for an iPod or cell phone. The ultra stiff material makes these exterior zipper areas even more difficult to open and close. The color is great (black exterior, turquoise interior)and the main interior area nicely designed. The inside zip pockets are on the small side. The flap has both Velcro for quick access and a more secure squeeze clip/latch. Despite being the overall right bag size for my shorter frame, this messenger-style lacks the convenience of having usable and practical zippered pockets. It feels like Osprey did not test the design with users before putting onto the market. (A pocket right under the tiny handle?) I am going to have to adapt, as most messenger bags are either to big for my frame and height and are primarily laptop bags.

Celeste
Celeste Posted: 12/11/15
Reviewer: from Fort Collins, CO
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I really like this pack. The color is nice, it's roomy, well-designed and comfortable even when loaded up with my laptop, a few books, several notepads, gym clothes and all my other crud. The shoulder straps are nicely padded, actually fit my frame well and don't dig in. The two side pockets are deep and stretchy, so will fit several different sizes of water bottle nicely. The handle on the front is an ok idea, but I've never once used it. If there was another stretchy pocket on the front that could fit gloves and a scarf, it might be a better use of the front panel space (for me at least).

Flapjill Courier
Flapjill Courier Posted: 11/11/15
Reviewer: Tamara from Bloomington, IN
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Love this bag! It has tons of room and very convenient pockets/compartments. My 13" Macbook easily fits and there is room for a huge textbook, stacks of papers (I'm a professor), and my workout clothes. There is a separate compartment for pens, laptops, etc., and various zippered pouches on the outside of the bag that are roomy and very secure. I really like the two side pouches, one of which is open (I keep my Camelbak water bottle in there) and the other that can be zippered closed. I've worn the bag on my bike (comfy with shoulder strap and stays in place). I like that it is stiff and maintains its shape when I'm getting items out and carrying it (another bag I tried - by Timbuk2 - would collapse in on itself). The bag was a tad bigger than I ideally wanted, but the slight oversized nature isn't sloppy at all, and I've already gotten used to the size. The beige is a nice neutral color, casual while professional and not terribly flashy. It comes with a strap/buckle on the back for clasping on luggage or around your waist, but I took it off because it doesn't serve a daily purpose for me. I'll likely reattach the next time I fly. My one complaint is that the shoulder strap material does not tuck away when the length is adjusted. So when I shorten the strap to have the bag higher on my body (thereby creating a longer "tail" or "end"), the tail just hangs out with nowhere to secure it. I solved this by slipping it into the zippered compartment near the adjustment buckle, but that compartment was clearly not meant for tucking away the "tail" and cannot be zipped all the way closed when used in this way. Silly feature that is hopefully fixed in a future iteration. I tried the Patagonia Halfmass and Minimass, as well as the Timbuk2 Classic Medium bag, and the Osprey Flapjill was the obvious and easy winner.

Ellipse Pack
Ellipse Pack Posted: 10/31/15
Reviewer: Mandy from Portland, Oregon
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Osprey will always be my bag of choice! This is a perfect daypack, great comfort, color, and lots of room to stuff the essentials. Thanks for being awesome once again!

Beta Pack
Beta Pack Posted: 10/6/15
Reviewer: from Youngstown, Ohio
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Great product. Good looks and very functional. More room than I can use right now. Easily holds my Mac Book Pro, binder, 4 text books. All this and I haven't had to unzip the expansion zippers. Easy to use compartments, very comfortable. Easier to carry than a backpack. Highly recommend. Life time warranty.

Comet Pack
Comet Pack Posted: 10/4/15
Reviewer: Sean Matthews from San Francisco
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

After spending a healthy amount of time considering backpacks and even returning one, I settled on the Comet. It is one of the few packs with a separate compartment for your laptop which carry gym clothes in a separate compartment so this. The tablet pocket and pocket for cords or other items in the front compartment. Osprey usually thinks of everything which is probably why this is my fourth bag from them!

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