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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.

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Latest Osprey Reviews

Daylite Waist Pack

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

I wanted to keep this waist pack but it was too big for me. I'm 5'0" and I wanted a waist pack with lots of compartments but lay relatively flat against me. I liked the color, quality material, and compartments. This pack would be great for people who aren't picky about the size.

from Bay Area on October 19, 2019

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Stratos 24

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
  • Comfort 2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Style 2Rated 2 stars out of 5

Backpack was great. However it was someone else’s return. The paper tags attached appeared worn and the rain cover at the bottom of the bag is missing. Shame on Zappos for not checking their returns to make sure everything was included. Unfortunately I need the bag this weekend and was not able to take time to return it. So I have a bag that is not complete. Price of this bag should’ve been reduced for the lack of the rain cover.

on October 17, 2019

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Ozone Duplex 65

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

Another first quality build from Osprey. A very functional 65 litre pack that is small enough to carry-on your flight. It breaks (i.e. un-clips) into two packs; leave one in the hotel & take the day pack with you. Brilliant.

on September 11, 2019

Fairview 40

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

Excellent quality. Plenty of space (imo). The green was out of stock so I got the Misty Grey and i love it. It's somewhat of a mossy green. Can't wait to pack it for Europe!

on September 11, 2019

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Arcane Large Zip

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

Perfect!! I bought this for my daughter for her to carry for school and she loves it. She said her books fit perfectly and she has plenty of room. It is super comfortable and has stayed clean so far with this dark color.

from Weatherford on August 28, 2019

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Duro 15

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

It’s definitely a backpack whilst my rev 6 was a running pack. It’s comfy tho. There are things that aren’t ideal compared to the rev but I’m keeping it.

on August 20, 2019

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Duro 15

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

It’s Alpine Black not alpine blue. Fits just like my rev.

on August 18, 2019

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Ul Stuff Duffel

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

Good quality and easy to store when not in use.

on July 11, 2019

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Daylite Sling

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Comfort 3Rated 3 stars out of 5
  • Style 3Rated 3 stars out of 5

This material feels great but double check the measurements - the photo makes it look MUCH bigger than it is. The front pocket is just mesh so you can see what you've put in the purse and something pointy like a pen or keys might poke through and rip it. The pocket on the strap itself is too small to even count, maybe a tube of chapstick would fit there?

on June 27, 2019

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Daylite Plus

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I have another Osprey pack, a Talon 22, that is a bit larger that is my go to carry everything to work pack and I love it. This product is not anywhere near that one in utility or comfort. I bought this pack because it fits airline specifications for fitting under the seat. I already have an old Camelback pack of the same proportions, but it doesn't have enough pockets outside the main compartment. I loaded the Daylite with the things I wanted to carry on, which included a mirrorless camera with 3 light lenses, ipad pro, water bottle, wallet, and a few other odds and ends that pretty much filled it. The straps cut into my shoulders no matter how I adjusted them, they seem more thinly padded than is needed. If I tightened the hip belt enough to distribute the load evenly between shoulders and waist it cut in and hurt. My Talon pack has a nice padded hip belt, and does a great job. I decided to use the Cameback for my trip instead, because the hip belt was wider that the Daylite, and more functional, and hung my extra stuff off the straps with carabiners to make up for the lack of pockets. As noted by other reviewers, I found that the water bottle fell out if I bent forward. Before I figured out that the shoulder straps could not be made comfortable for me I was considering making some modifications to the mesh pockets to keep the bottle, but decided the low utility of the back didn't warrant the effort.

from Pennsylvania on June 25, 2019

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Daylite Plus

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I have another Osprey pack, a Talon 22, that is a bit larger that is my go to carry everything to work pack and I love it. This product is not anywhere near that one in utility or comfort. I bought this pack because it fits airline specifications for fitting under the seat. I already have an old Camelback pack of the same proportions, but it doesn't have enough pockets outside the main compartment. I loaded the Daylite with the things I wanted to carry on, which included a mirrorless camera with 3 light lenses, ipad pro, water bottle, wallet, and a few other odds and ends that pretty much filled it. The straps cut into my shoulders no matter how I adjusted them, they seem more thinly padded than is needed. If I tightened the hip belt enough to distribute the load evenly between shoulders and waist it cut in and hurt. My Talon pack has a nice padded hip belt, and does a great job. I decided to use the Cameback for my trip instead, because the hip belt was wider that the Daylite, and more functional, and hung my extra stuff off the straps with carabiners to make up for the lack of pockets. As noted by other reviewers, I found that the water bottle fell out if I bent forward. Before I figured out that the shoulder straps could not be made comfortable for me I was considering making some modifications to the mesh pockets to keep the bottle, but decided the low utility of the back didn't warrant the effort.

from Pennsylvania on June 25, 2019

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Stratos 24

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Fantastic ventilation. Very comfortable. When you guys revamp this pack in few years, make the water bottle pockets stretch mesh like on the Talon series. Also, please include the sunglasses pocket from other packs in your range. Love the included rain cover, but the hydration sleeve should be closer to the back, not in the compartment that isn't even the closest to your back.

from Seattle, WA on June 23, 2019

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Stratos 24

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Fantastic ventilation. Very comfortable. When you guys revamp this pack in few years, make the water bottle pockets stretch mesh like on the Talon series. Also, please include the sunglasses pocket from other packs in your range. Love the included rain cover, but the hydration sleeve should be closer to the back, not in the compartment that isn't even the closest to your back.

from Seattle, WA on June 23, 2019

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Talon 22

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

This is a terrific pack going up the mountain for a day and then back. The main zipper, however, got repeatedly caught in the supporting material and then finally one day, it got so stuck the only way was to pull on it and of course, it broke. Had to mail it to Cortez for repairs... Not great considering I had the pack for under a year. Have had others for three decades that never happened to. Please address at quality control, guys.

from NY on June 20, 2019

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

An excellent pack. My only niggle is that the hip belt pocket zippers are very awkward. I have put my shoulder out trying to close one. I have two other packs of similar size and intentions which work just as well, are just as comfortable yet cost almost half as much.

from Vancouver Island Canada on June 19, 2019

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Fairview 70

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I used this pack for a 3 week backpacking trip in Europe. It was loaded with 22 pounds and it never felt heavy when on your back. It does feel heavy when lifting it and putting it on your back, but once it is on it was on I walked for miles with it. Be sure to use packing cubes to get the most out of the space. The day pack was very useful as we went sight seeing BUT it has to be almost completely empty to be able to zipper it to the big pack and wear it on your back. It was more comfortable to wear it "kangaroo" style on my front. The clips are impossible to attach on your own though (you need someone else to clip it for you) so most of the time I would just put it on over my arms without clipping the straps in. It managed to stay clean and looks brand new even after 3 weeks of pure backpacking travel. Overall it is a super great backpack and I would definitely buy it again. ps- it DOES fit in RyanAir as a carry on, see attached picture

from Las Vegas, NV on June 17, 2019

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Siskin 12

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Beat mountain bike hydro pack I have ever owned.

from California on June 17, 2019

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Tempest 6

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I bought this for hiking in hot weather where I really don't need a backpack and I wanted to have 2 water bottles. It's fine if the bottles are empty but add any weight and it doesn't sit flat unless it's super tight, at which point it's horribly uncomfortable and digs into my stomach. I was thinking I am just too short/too short torso to wear this, however it was supposed to be for women, so it should work. My male friend wore it instead and it fit him much better. Shame Osprey doesn't take returns on used products, I guess I will try and sell it . At least now I know for future purchases.

from Palm Springs on June 15, 2019

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Ul Stuff Duffel

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

The bag is super light. It folds in pretty nicely, which is nice if you need an extra bag during your trip. It is pretty sturdy, although I wouldn't put anything sharp in the bag.

on June 13, 2019

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Transporter 130

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

We used this bag twice on transpacific travel and loved it so much that we decided to get another. Incredibly durable, you can fill it to the seams and rest assured that your goods will make it to the final destination in one piece. The handles are rugged and great for throwing from one vehicle to the next or for bag handlers at air ports, but I also love that I can pull out the backpack straps and throw it on my back. Excellent overall bag for longer trips.

from Miami, FL on June 13, 2019

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Talon 6

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

I own seven Osprey bags and love every one of them. I bought the Talon 6 thinking it would be the perfect bag for warm weather day hikes with my dog. One water bottle for him, one for me, and just enough space for a thin shell, first aid kit, some snacks, and a few odds and ends. Unfortunately, I instantly hated the Talon 6 the moment I put it on after loading it up. The waist belt is too narrow to spread the load, and there are no stabilizer straps to help pull the top of the bag towards your lower back. As a result, the top of the bag rotates outward and away from your back. That, in turn, pulls more on the narrow waist belt. The thing bounces around far too much while hiking. I tried running a bit with it and I have no idea how people can use it for trail running - it just jostles around entirely too much to be comfortable. I really, really wanted to like this pack because it's the perfect size for me, is lightweight, and has a nice style to it. But Osprey needs to add a strap that runs from the top sides of the pack to the hip belt so that it can be cinched more snugly into the lumbar area of your back. This would more efficiently transfer weight to the hips. As it is, it hangs like an oversized fanny pack, and not a true lumbar pack.

from Ann Arbor, MI on June 12, 2019

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Dyna 6

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

in the title it sais that the reservoir is 1.5 but then, in the features, its whitten 2.5l. You should maybe correct it. Thanksss

from canada on June 09, 2019

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Manta 24

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Ill start by saying there is nothing wrong with the current pack, except it is too large compared to the old one. I have the older model and it is the perfect pack. I use it primarily for bikepacking. It is small enough to feel secure on rough singletrack and big enough to carry part of my gear on week long trips. None of the other bike specific packs have the built in mesh frame and hip pockets. I wore this one out so my wife bought me the current pack.... and its way to big to use on a bike. Its more like a small backpacking pack. Its a great pack but not for my uses. Now there is no pack in the osprey lineup that fills the void.

from elizabethton tn on June 09, 2019

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Incredibly comfortable backpack and very light. Great ability to customize the fit to everyone's needs. Feels like it's a part of your body.

from Tehachapi, CA on June 04, 2019

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Daylite Plus

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

Like the many of reviews before me the side mesh pockets are USELESS. I have severely damaged my Hydroflask liter size bottle because it fell out of the side pocket when I bent over to tie my shoe. When I brought this issue up to customer service they told me that the side pockets are for gear not for water bottles and that I should try using a reservoir instead. Any gear that I put in the side pockets would be smaller than a liter size Nalgene or Hydroflask so it would certainly slide out like my water bottles. And I can't always use a reservoir since I bought this pack for many things, including hiking, traveling, and day to day activities. The side pocket issue is a big enough turn off for me that I would not recommend this pack and have started looking into other options.

from Salt Lake City on June 04, 2019

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