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- Haul your gear and all that you need for your next adventure with the Osprey® Transporter 60 bag!
- Quick-Carry™ harness stows in end pocket and allows you to carry the bag backpack style.
- Top handle.
- Zip pocket in top lid.
- Compression wrap straps.
- Dual end pockets.
- Bag can be folded into itself and stored inside its own pocket for ease of storage.
- Padded bottom to protect contents.
-1680 Ballistic nylon mesh.
-420D nylon pack cloth.
- Weight: 1lb 13oz.
- Capacity: 60 Liters.
- Bottom Width: 16 in
- Middle Width: 16 in
- Top Width: 16 in
- Depth: 11 in
- Height: 23 in
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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 Transporter 60
Excellent bag. Light and flexible, sturdy. I used the backpack straps extensively on my last business trip, and it was very comfortable.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Cambridge, MA
- October 6, 2010
The quality of this bag is superior. I use it as a gym bag, briefcase and lunch bag combined. The backpack straps also work well as a shoulder strap. I use the compression straps to attach a yoga mat to the side of the transporter. Highest rating, worth the price.
- Dave S - customer
- from Frankfort, IL
- August 10, 2011
I love this bag! I took it when I went to Europe for three weeks and it made traveling so easy! It easily fit carry on requirements and the backpack straps made switching between trains easy and comfortable. My brother also used it when he went to Japan and loved it so much he bought his own.
- Erica S - customer
- from United States
- March 2, 2013
Reason for purchase: Needed hands-free travel to the airport with my toddler ("hands-on toddler") in tow. Reason for selecting Osprey 60: I needed something big enough to hold my stuff and his things while not breaking my back or running the risk of lacking space. Verdict: I am very happy that I chose this product. I was considering Gregory and had honestly searched for anything "backpack duffel" or some version of that search. There was a Samsonite backpack duffel that I should've bought then but could not find anywhere. I chose Osprey because it was (1) the most aesthetically pleasing to me + (2) the roominess + (3) material. The cinching straps came in handy for when my bag was understuffed and even a bit overstuffed. It helped keep my bag relatively flat and thus more comfy on my back. Other stuff: I wish Osprey could figure out a way to make use of the pocket that the backpack straps are stowed in. It seems like a great space to hold a water bottle or something while you have the bag on. At the moment, that compartment is rendered useless when you use the straps. Also, I ended up taking off the velcro enclosure because I was afraid that it would ruin my cute coat while I traveled with this. Would totally recommend this, although I would not know what to compare it to. It fit my needs, was comfy, and I didn't feel like a complete backpacker (since I totally don't look like one).
- E N - customer
- from Boston, MA
- February 18, 2013