Osprey Porter 65 rucsac/duffle bag @snow and rock
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Osprey Porter 65 rucsac/duffle bag @snow and rock

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Found 13th Oct
More of a posh duffle bag than a rucsac but great for dragging around if you are doing a bit of traveling.

The Osprey Porter 65 is the ultimate duffle bag to plan your life,

protect your possessions and carry like a dream. Multiple pockets inside

the main compartment allow your load to remain fully organised. The

tech traveller will appreciate the front pocket, which includes a quick

access padded laptop/tablet sleeve. Traditional duffel bags only offer

very basic compression and protection for your gear. Whilst the built-in

foam walled StraightJacketâ„¢ system on the Porter compresses and

protects any size load you can squeeze into it. When accessing a Porter

you will also appreciate the semi-rigid sidewalls, removing the

frustration of searching inside lesser more limp built duffels. Finally

the Porter provides unparalleled levels of carrying comfort with the

rapid deploy harness and hipbelt.

8 Comments

Original Poster

A137 m ago

Freezing. This is better …Freezing. This is better valuehttps://www.decathlon.co.uk/arpenaz-10l-hiking-backpack-pink-id_8331385.html



haha...

Had one (very expensive) day pack from Osprey which fell apart within a few months from, well, just being on my back to and from work on the bus! Cost a fortune! Materials are excellent, but if the stitching is shoddy then it's pointless.

bobbitchin1 h, 21 m ago

Had one (very expensive) day pack from Osprey which fell apart within a …Had one (very expensive) day pack from Osprey which fell apart within a few months from, well, just being on my back to and from work on the bus! Cost a fortune! Materials are excellent, but if the stitching is shoddy then it's pointless.

They are guaranteed. If you have any issues, contact them and they sort it. Excellent company, great customer service and fantastic products.

Hot, Osprey make great bags. Think carefully if you need something this big though, depending on the type of traveling you're doing. I have The Osprey Farpoint 40 and traveled for a month using it, washing clothes once a week. Do you really want to be carrying dirty clothes around longer? It's also able to be taken as carry on on lots of flights (check first!).

I bought it from Vieux Camper in Paris a while back. In my time I've had plenty of expensive packs, but for me the test is using it: a guarantee for something like a pack is relevant when in the field. It fell well short - it wasn't even used for anything more exotic than a few bus journeys. Things do fail, bit the stitching was sloppy on the strapping - a major no-no if you're caught up the axxe-end of nowhere. Like I said, can't fault the quality of many of the elements.

website got same design as cycle surgery.

Original Poster

rodman12 m ago

website got same design as cycle surgery.


Other Outdoor And Cycle Concepts Companies: Cotswold Outdoor | Cycle Surgery | Runners Need


Its written at the bottom of the page..
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