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- How you carry your stuff is up to you with the multifunctional options of the Osprey® Flare backpack.
- Main compartment has a padded laptop sleeve that fits most standard 15.4" laptops.
- Includes separate document sleeve for secure organization.
- Stretchy interior woven pocket holds up to three MP3 players.
- Features a mesh over-slotted EVA foam harness.
- Spacer mesh back panel for excellent comfort and breathability.
- Two side mesh pockets for your water bottles and a front mesh "shove it" pocket.
- Ear Bud Routing system easily routes ear buds through top of pack and on harness so wires won't get tangled.
- Blinker light attachment will accommodate most blinker lights.
- Convenient key clip located in top slash pocket.
- Fabric: 210D nylon double ripstop, 420D nylon pack cloth.
- Volume: 21 liters.
- Weight: 1 lbs 11 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.
Great pack. Fits books and notebooks well, but binders are almost too wide, so if you plan to use this backpack for school and carry all your books around you should probably get a different backpack. But for traveling it is a great size for a few days worth of clothes and I love it. And if you get orange let it be known that the actual product isn't as bright as it appears in the pictures.
- Conner R - customer
- from Auburn, AL
- October 17, 2011
Terrific, wonderful pack. The structure really supports the weight. I liked this pack so much I immediately bought another, slightly smaller Axis model for town use. The only trouble with the Flare is that the 3 outer pockets are mesh, as are some inner pockets. The mesh on on outer pocket tore in the first summer; I don't know whether a mouse nibbled it or what - there was nothing pointed in it when I discovered the tear. I am using the Lifetime Guarantee to send it for repair. I fear this will happen again.
I'd also recommend: recommend Osprey, not necessarily this model
- Patricia D - customer
- from Cape Cod, MA
- February 26, 2012
Overall a great pack. Wish the front small pocket was bigger to hold miscellaneous small stuff. If it's not completely full of stuff the pack tends to be saggy and doesn't really stand on it's own (if that makes sense). Wish there were more pockets to hold small stuff. If I take my keys, mints, pens, charger cords, Mifi, smartphone, earbuds, other little small items with me; the small pockets get full easily and I have to put the rest of the small items in the bigger pockets. These items just move all around in the bag and things get disorganized. The bag has the small front pocket and then a small zippered mesh pocket in the main compartment. Still not really enough to store small stuff. But overall, I love this bag. I have a petite frame 5'4, 100 pounds and the 24 liter bag is a great size and fit. It's so lightweight, you barely feel the pack. I live in SF where they charge you for a bag when you go to shopping. I carry this pack around and am able to carry my groceries in it. I take it to the mall and was able to go to several stores and place clothes, shoes, clothes for my son, and many other small items in the pack without it weighing me down. Another thing I would add are more reflective hits on the pack. I have mine in carbon grey but noticed they don't make this color anymore. If they do make the above improvements and sold it in a grey color; I would buy another one just because I think the above suggestions would make it the best everyday pack in the world!
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Francisco
- November 7, 2012
Wow, do I LOVE this backpack. I wanted something for trips to the zoo, Disney World, bike rides etc. with my 6 year old. It is perfect for that. A great size to fit all our stuff, water bottles, light jackets, lunch/snacks etc. while it is very functional I have to admit I really love it because it is all that and attractive. The purple color is bright (I wanted that so I was easier to spot in a crowd) but not too bright. I previously had a bag with a cross body strap that bothered my shoulder after a couple of hours. That issue is gone with this bag it is very comfortable! Try it you will love it!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Michigan
- May 1, 2013
I bought this backpack after trying out at least 15 packs for a trip to Costa Rica. I needed comfort and room. I am a 5'1" 120 pound fiftyish woman, so I was concerned about finding something that fit me well. All of the adjustments and features on the Osprey worked well for me. I particularly like the little stretchy pocket on the front and the ability to carry the two water bottles on the side. The purple color was a surprising hit with me too, and I kept this pack over a slightly more expensive Osprey that I liked a little bit better because the color was so great.
- Joyce - customer
- from alabama
- March 24, 2013