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Osprey grew from one person’s desire to use and make more comfortable, longer lasting and functionally sound packs. Over the last forty-something years we’ve stayed true to this ethos as we’ve grown as a company, a brand and our founder, Mike Pfotenhauer, is still the mad hatter leading our designs and innovations.

We guarantee everything we make, forever. Our products are built to last, but should anything happen we’ll make a functional repair or provide a replacement.

Osprey is a melting pot of professional misfits, there’s no mold to fit here. Diverse personalities, backgrounds, and abilities make us what we are today: crafters of the highest quality products in the industry. We live, work and play in Cortez, Colorado, where life moves at a slower pace and traffic jams are caused by cattle drives. Everywhere we look, from the desert canyons to our west, to the grandeur of the San Juan mountains to our east, we’re immersed in natural riches, and there’s always something new to find if you’re willing to scratch below the surface.

We’re inspired by and celebrate the desire to explore life with curiosity and passion. We don’t believe that adventure is accessible to few, it’s open to everyone and is found anywhere you have the willingness to look. Some find it summiting lofty peaks in remote ranges, mountain biking twisty singletrack, or travelling to new places near or far. Others find it on their children’s earliest adventures, either on their parent’s back or gently guided as they shoulder their first pack.

Wherever you find adventure, we’ve got your back.

Osprey: Selected For You

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Hikelite 26

$99.95

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Nova

$119.95

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Ultralight Stuff Pack

$34.95

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Hikelite 18

$84.95

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Tempest 9

$119.90

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Hikelite 26

$99.95

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Hikelite 26

$99.95

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Centauri

$79.95

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Sirrus 24

$139.95

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Skimmer 16

$84.95

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Kestrel 38

$159.95

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Katari 7

$74.95

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Latest Osprey Reviews

Duro 15

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I purchased this pack to replace my 10-year-old Camelbak. I put 44 miles of trail running on the pack this weekend, and I love it! The reservoir is easy to get to and refill in a hurry. The chest pockets are a killer feature for running, and the hip pockets are built to not crush their contents when the belt is cinched down. You can reach another pair of side pockets on the back without taking it off. The pack is designed to touch you in a lot of places; it feels like a small child going on a piggy-back ride. I didn't find it uncomfortable even in the 90-degree heat, but it definitely rides differently than other packs I have tried. The medium is more space than you need even for an ultra, but I wanted the versatility for any-weather, any-place day trips. The only request I would make is to make the clamshell detachable for when it's not needed. That's just a nit if I'm allowed to be picky.

from Springdale, Arkansas on October 11, 2021

Reviewed at Osprey Packs

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Stratos 34

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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This is my favorite out of 3 Stratos packs. I have the 24, 34, and the 36. The 34 is far better than the other 2 Stratos packs I own. Being able to unzip the pack and see all your gear with out digging for it like a top loader. This pack also fits like a glove. Small enough for a hike but big enough for on overnight minimalist backpacking trip.

from Kansas City, Missouri on October 07, 2021

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Questa Pack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort 4Rated 4 stars out of 5
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars out of 5

Sturdy. I wish the waist strap was thicker. Thin. Holds more than it looks like it will hold.

on October 05, 2021

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Centauri

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I love this product, it's simple, fits all my needs, right for my size and I prefer backpack that doesn't have a lot of compartments because I use packing cubes. The downside is centauri doesn't have back air ventilation like other 24/7 osprey daypack.

from Indonesia on October 04, 2021

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Fairview 40

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I Went to Italy on a 10 day tour and I've always traveled with a carry on. I decided this time to travel with a carry on backpack and it was the best decision ever. I walked through Italy from train stations to hotel with no problems. Hands free and fast.

from Los Angeles, CA on September 27, 2021

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Skarab 18

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars out of 5

The best!

on September 20, 2021

Review for Zappos Rewards Points

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Hikelite 18

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Love the ventilation, same as my 34 Stratos.

from Chattanooga, TN on September 06, 2021

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Hikelite 18

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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  • Style

Love the ventilation, same as my 34 Stratos.

from Chattanooga, TN on September 06, 2021

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Salida 8

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars out of 5
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I love the reservoir and the flexible tube. I also love the way the tube and magnet allow easy access to the bite valve. Great design there. However, I don't like the fit of the pack - it's a bit too high on the neck and too wide across the shoulders. I also don't like the material on the straps and I don't like the interior materials - the pockets feel a bit industrial and I am looking for something with a nicer feel. I also decided I wanted more than one main storage pocket, so I'll be going with a different pack. It's a shame this one didn't work out because in terms of hydration this one is my favorite.

from Raleigh, NC on September 05, 2021

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Sirrus 24

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I love this backpack. if you're going for a short hike, it's too big. a full day hike, this is perfect. I don't like hydration bags because of the way they smell so I carry water bottles and the sides work great for that. When I climb fourteeners the back opening helps with sweating and when I change to dryer clothes anyway, I can hang the extra clothes on the back end. I've really enjoyed having this backpack for long hikes and would highly recommend it.

from Colorado on August 26, 2021

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Sirrus 24

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
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You can not get the bladder in or out, if you want to fit the tube in you have to cut the fabric. Once you put the bladder in, nothing else will fit. They use to have a S women's and a M women's' now it is just women's and if you are taller than about 5'4" the pack will not fit. My son fits backpacks and we moved the straps so far up that the pack is not held to my body. I'm 5'8" Goodwill will get to have this one. What a waste of money.

from Chandler AZ on August 20, 2021

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Tropos

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I've been super happy with my 2018 Tropos for use an every day backpack for continuous business travel. I love the kickstand feature keeping my bag upright when I'm sitting around airport waiting areas. After several years of use, the Tropos is still in amazing shape. That being said, I was recently considering an upgrade to the latest model, and I was disappointed in several areas: The removal of interior organization pockets, the removal of accessory loops on the front outside of the bag, and some adjustments to the straps on the bag. With the loss of these features, this is no longer may go-to travel bag. Please bring back these items.

from Ottawa on August 19, 2021

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Talon 6

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Style 3Rated 3 stars out of 5

This pack was much touted in the reviews, however much I loved the design, it just didn't work for my body (5'1"/113 lbs/athletic build). Way too wide and my arms could not swing without hitting the sides of the pack, and this occurred without the bottles inserted. The up side is that the lumbar support, venting aspect of the pack is superb. I couldn't see loading up the pack as some have said they do since it would stress the lower back too much and cause an imbalance of back to front of body. Otherwise quite an attractive piece of green.

from Sunny CA on August 17, 2021

Sirrus 24

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
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I did so much research on this pack. I HATE IT!!!! The fabric squeaks the entire time I hike. I have tried everything. It still squeaks. I enjoy hiking alone but the noise is so bad I get frustrated the entire time. Sadly I don't have enough money to buy another pack. So disappointed in the quality of this sirrus pack.

from MA on August 15, 2021

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Katari 7

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
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  • Style

Unbelievable what a downgrade the LT in Hydraulics LT Reservoir entails. When I got excited about Osprey stuff all the videos I watched had both the Quick Connect System and the Rigid Backer Plate included with the 2.5 L and above reservoirs, and everyone I talked to said these features used to always come standard. So where are they? As far as I can tell Osprey developed the LT reservoir simply to rip off people who bought their hydration packs. Also, I cannot believe the nightmare of cleaning these things has not been remedied in the quarter century since I had a CamelBak as a kid...denture tablets, vinegar, lemon juice, freezing, mold, buy the expensive proprietary kit with wand brushes and hanging apparatus--pathetic. As well, the magnetic bite valve attachment continually falls off because of how weak the magnet is--why on earth didn't you use rare-earth-metal magnets like neodymium? Too, there are two loops on either side of the bladder for the hose, and the pack's shoulder straps have identical loops for the hose on either side as well--so how could you not make the chest strap reversible, thus only being able to use the magnet that continuously falls off if the hose is fed through the right--as a lefty I take further offense. Forbye, the thing was leaking all over me the whole first day I used it, and you'll be remedying this soon.

from Colorado on August 15, 2021

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Questa Pack

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

bring old versions back

from san jose on August 04, 2021

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Questa Pack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

My job is in the infantry. Bought this pack as a stuffable day pack for my main pack. Filled it to overcapacity and up to 35 lbs daily. NO DAMAGE WHATSOEVER! Carried over 500 rounds of ammunition, 1 day of food, explosives and night vision. Fits A LOT and well over armour. Could even handle strapping a rocket tube to the outside of it. Dragged through swamps and backcuntry, the internal organization is minimal but enough for my needs. (Quick energy snacks, pens/ pencils, meds and more.) Water bottle pouches accomodate 1L nalgenes and Ive never lost one yet. Very easy to remove water while the pack remains on your back. My only gripe is that there is only the top compression straps - BUT - this is a commuter pack. I purchased this and used it outside of the recommended uses and it still handles everything I throw at it. This pack has taken its spot above my old 5.11 tactical pack, my camelbak BFM, and other tactical styles. Dries very quickly and zippers are solid. Under moderate loads (20-35 lbs) this pack becomes painful on the shoulders just due to the thinness of the straps. This is not normal to load a small pack to this weight, but anything under 20lbs and you barely realize its there. Pack remains centered on the back while running and jumping throughout the woods, and doesnt interfere with my helmet when laying face down aiming a rifle (like my camelbak BFM does). Purchasing a kestrel 58 to replace my camelbak BFM and 5.11 rush 72. I swear by osprey now.

from Gagetown, NB on July 29, 2021

Reviewed at Osprey Packs

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Nova

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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This pack that fits perfectly underseat on aircraft. It is sleek and well designed, as at home in the office as it is traveling or cycling. Great spaces to tuck computer, iPad, charging gear, packing cubes worthy of a 5-day trip. Love this pack.

from Raleigh, NC on July 28, 2021

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Farpoint 55

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I have used this bag on 3 medical mission trips and it has been flawless. The material is extremely durable and the backpack is comfortable in the airport. The ability to hide the straps comes in handy for carry on or checking the bag. The ability to separate the bags and reattached them in under a minute saves so much time and is very convenient. The main attraction to the bag is that it is carry-on compliant in the US. I tend to use the smaller bag as my personal item and day pack and have the main bag as a duffle once I get to my gate. The versatility to leave your main bag at the hotel and just go explore or do work with the smaller bag works amazingly well. I tend to carabiner my water bottle to the personal bag inside the water bottle sleeve cause it is tight. Overall this bag excels in the airport and once you reach your destination the personal bag attached is all you need for your day to day travel.

from Florida on July 27, 2021

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Tropos

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

This bag is 34L but can easily compress to any size needed for your daily use. I would rather have the space than not have the extra space if needed. The kickstand and back panel are by far the most useful features that make this bag the most versatile and comfortable in the 24/7 series. These features really come in handy at airports or when it's hot out and you just want to set the bag down quickly. This bag excels as a one-bag travel bag, a weekend road trip bag, and even a hiking bag. The quality of materials is great and the darker colors hide dirt and stains well. The bag feels like it will last a decade. I tend to use packing cubes and tech pouches so the decreased internal pockets are not an issue for me. I bought this bag to be a college backpack that can easily double as a one bag for flights or a weekend getaway bag. In my opinion, it excels at all of this so I would not let the complaints about internal storage pockets worry you. If you tend to use packing cubes etc you will love this bag. It has a ton of different pockets and enough of them to keep your quick-grab items separate and easy to get to.

from Florida on July 27, 2021

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Kestrel 38

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Bought this Kestrel 38 for an upcoming walk on the Camino de Santiago, great build, perfect size. I have not worn it yet (tomorrow) but it reminds me of a 1/2 size Aether out of the box. I did want to say that the 38 does in fact have the side access zipper as there seems to be some debate on that.

from South Carolina on July 24, 2021

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Questa Pack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I looked for backpacks for so long and finally settled on this one, I was not disappointed. I love the bright color, it is exactly as pictured (I got Juneberry Purple) and the backpack is clearly high quality. I love that the water bottle pockets can fit my 40 oz water bottle but also shrink down and carry an umbrella without it falling out. On previous backpacks I have had the bungee stretchy straps in the front of the pack were essentially useless because things would always fall out of the bottom, but on this pack there is a little piece of fabric which serves as a bottom (watch the product video if you don't know what I mean) and so my stuff never falls out. I really like this backpack and I can tell it'll last me all through college.

from Chicago, IL on July 23, 2021

Reviewed at Osprey Packs

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Quasar

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I use the pack for work and it's a perfect size for me. I just wish there were more interior organizer pockets and all the zippers had double slides.

from NE Ohio on July 03, 2021

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Transporter Flap Pack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
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I love almost everything about this pack. It's amazingly comfortable and easy to use. You have to get used to it though but once you understand the way it works it grows on you quickly. The flap is a great idea, some might not dig it tho but for me it makes the pack so simple to use, you just open the buckle and bam! there you go and same for closing. I sometimes even leave it open since the flap will protect your stuff, just be sure you're somewhere with people you can trust tho. The inner organization is simple and efficient. The inner water sleeve is a perfect addition and the laptop compartment seems really sturdy and reliable. The outer pockets give you that extra organization for the bits and pieces you can't place inside and need quick access to. The top openings on the flap on each side might be an issue for some but you just have to make sure you take good care of your pack and it shouldn't be an issue unless you run into a side rain because then things might get wet through those openings. So far I love this thing and I believe that with good care it will last a looong time. The construction is just really good and I love to wear it, it just feels good on you. Thanks Osprey.

from Mexico on July 01, 2021

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Sirrus 24

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I bought this backpack in early 202O for a CA national park trip. The Sirrus 24L has held up well! I just recently used it while exploring Mosi-oa-Tunya on its debut as an international pack. I appreciate how the the suspension and straps distribute the weight evenly! It is perfect for my 110, 5'4" frame. I like the mesh back for adequate ventilation. I especially like the hip belt pocketsperfect for granola bars, hand sanitizer, chapstick, mints and other necessities!

from Grand Rapids, MI on June 24, 2021

Reviewed at Osprey Packs

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