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- Combining carry and smart functionality, the Osprey® Flap Jill Pack safely and securely carries your lap top and everything else you need to get through the day!
- Easy access front pocket with organizer.
- Blinker patch helps keep you visible.
- Earbud wire routers on harness.
- Flap closure with grid pattern protective overlay on outside flap.
- Three color interchangeable webbing closure straps.
- Internal drawcord weather protector closure for large main compartment.
- Gear organization in pockets and compartments.
- Padded laptop sleeve fits up to 15" laptop.
- Sternum strap.
- Dimensions: 19"H x 13"W x 4.5"D.
- Fabric: 900D polyester.
- Bottom Width: 10 1⁄2 in
- Middle Width: 13 in
- Top Width: 13 in
- Depth: 4 1⁄2 in
- Height: 19 1⁄2 in
- Strap Length: 42 in
- Strap Drop: 18 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 1 lb 13 oz
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Their mission is to create innovative high performance gear that reflects a love of adventure and a devotion to the outdoors and the environment. Osprey defines success when it meets the demanding expectation of its most discerning customers. Through custom molding technology in the hipbelts, their packs ensure a comfortable and precise fit. Women’s specific designs are created to conform naturally to a woman’s body. Suspension systems such as the AirScape, AirCore, and AirSpeed make sure to absorb all types of shock while walking and to help you stabilize the load you’re carrying.
Based in Cortez, Colorado, Osprey has over thirty-two years of pack-making experience. This landscape provides all the employees with constant inspiration and a superb testing ground for their packs. However, you’ll find most of the employees, including Osprey founder/head designer Mike Pfotenhauer, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. By being close to the production facilities, Osprey has the ability to ensure fair labor standards and face-to-face relationships with the factories that build their packs, as well as experience cultural enlightenment and the design inspiration of a cosmopolitan city.
Osprey FlapJill Pack
I've had this backpack for about three weeks, and am really enjoying it. Pros, finally a pack that has straps that fit the width of female shoulders. I ordered 10 backpacks, and this was by far the best fit. I knew it wouldn't be the most lightweight pack--it's a little heavier than, say, a basic Jansport with no special features, but not a big deal at all. Especially given the comfortable ribs on the back. The built-in laptop sleeve means I don't need my other laptop case. Also, the chest and waist strap are just right for tightening the pack for my uphill 4 mile bike ride back from work. Cons, I wish that it came in other colors. I do think this pack is beautifully designed, but I love the orange color in the equivalent man's FlapJack pack, and wish that female products didn't necessarily entail flowers and light colors. (I know, there is the charcoal one, but I wanted some color.) Also, the long side pocket just barely fits my tall skinny water bottle OR an umbrella, but nothing else. It could be either a little larger or designed into a different shape. As others mention, the internal pocket is pretty deep and some might prefer more pocket and space divisions besides the two other small front pockets (which fit my pens, wallet, etc. very well). However, I've been enjoying the medium volume of this pack as a good reminder that I don't need to haul my entire desk to and from campus most days, which is also saving my back some stress. All in all, I highly recommend this pack!
- Anonymous - customer
- October 23, 2011
I live in New York City and I travel to and from work on the subway everyday. I'm 5'4", I carry a 13" MacBook, the power brick, a 27oz kleen kanteen, a book, some files, a hoodie and a pen pouch. I have lower back problems and so a bag that was comfortable, light, and allowed me to have good posture with it on was very important to me. Before this I was using a men's North Face Surge that was too long for my torso, so it sat on the curve of my bum (irritating my back problem) and so the shoulder straps sat too high and were too wide making them constantly rub against my neck and cut into my arms. It had three zippered pockets and tons of organization so when I carried all of my items I felt like a giant nerd leaning forward with a huge puffy rock on my back. No bueno. This Osprey on the other hand is the perfect length for my short torso, it hugs to the curve of my back so when I'm standing on the subway my bag is still flat against me. It holds the same items as the the other bag but is so much lighter and it has a much smaller profile. The flap feature makes the bag flat like a messenger. If I'm lucky enough to get a seat, my bag sits flat in my lap and I can read on it (versus a big bulky round backpack). The side zipper pocket is big enough to fit my 27oz bottle so now I never have to worry about it sliding out of a mesh pocket. I love the drawstring feature and prefer it to zippers. I leave my backpack on my desk at work, so this feels open and accessible and I'm not grazing my hands in and out of multiple zippered pouches. It doesn't have excessive organization pockets, which is perfect - I never use those crazy single pen pockets and tiny mesh pouches for erasers. I generally don't use the lumbar straps because of the look, but I tried this and for once, this tiny strap made a huge difference in how the weight felt. It felt like I wasn't carrying anything at all! I can stand up perfectly straight while wearing this pack - I love that. Also, the top handle is in a good place, it doesn't touch your neck (Burton backpacks do it and drives me crazy), and it's also low profile. The bag is easy to just grab and go, it's bigger on the inside, it's 900D polyester so it's waterproof, the bag is just perfect, I can't sing it's praises enough, I'm so excited to have it! It's the best backpack I've ever worn. I also have to talk about Zappos Customer Service. I got my bag but then changed my mind about the color. I called customer service and spoke to Ally. She was great! We chatted about backpacking for a bit and then she (Zappos) let me exchange the bag, sent me the color I wanted with free next day shipping and then all I had to do was return the first one. The customer service was phenomenal. I'm so happy with my bag, I'm so happy with the company, this experience has been great and now I have something that is really healthy for my back, efficient for my daily life, and still makes me feel like a girl. Thank you Osprey and Zappos!
- Amelia - customer
- from New York, NY
- August 2, 2012
This is a great backpack, exactly what I expected. There is plenty of padding for your laptop, pocket is off the bottom by about an inch for extra protection. There is not a ton of room for stuff other than the laptop - enough for a book and lunch maybe. Several pockets for small stuff, one on the side. My only minigripe is that I wish it would have velcro under the flap, so I could just close it without bucking, like Timbuk2 does.
I'd also recommend: timbuk2
- Anya K - customer
- from san francisco, ca
- December 20, 2011
I have cerebral palsy, and prefer to use my crutches over my wheelchair when I can. I needed an everyday pack that was comfortable and wouldn't jostle around while I walked or cause me back strain. This FlapJill pack does just that. I love the modern look and ability to change out the webbing is a fun option. I will definitely be buying from Zappos and Osprey again.
- Anonymous - customer
- June 10, 2012
I love the looks of this bag, the padded interior, the interchangeable colors of straps. What I don't like is the drawstring top and it's narrow opening. I'm used to bags that zip up the sides to the top allowing you to remove/add items easier with a larger opening. This top is very narrow which makes it difficult to get things out of.
- Karen C - customer
- from Atlanta
- October 20, 2010