Osprey Talon 33 blue or black 33L hiking & climbing daypack £60 Wiggle
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Osprey Talon 33 blue or black 33L hiking & climbing daypack £60 Wiggle

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Found 8th Jan
Back in stock!
Good quality, light weight, last a lifetime sort of daypack.
Usually very expensive, currently £70 in wiggle (Go outdoors will pricematch to £63) but £10 off code for wiggle makes it cheaper there.

Use code NEWGB (and a new email address if needed!) for £10 off so £60 delivered!!

Available in Blue or Black in size M/L at this price.
Green is £100.

Size guides and how to measure specific to osprey are online. But I’m 173cm tall and count as large in pack size.
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Such a great pack. Easily done a month long trip on this
Taking mine to Nepal for 17 days.
My 70L Aether with the custom moulded hip pads has been around Tanzania including surviving Kenyan and Tanz airports & getting battered on Kili. It’s been mistreated in various other places inc Nevis where I basically used it to sledge down in rapidly deteriorating weather & it’s still pristine.
Having watched the baggage handlers throw the stuff down to the tarmac from the plane I’m impressed by Osprey! (And no that’s not a joke).
I’ve got this rucksack, prefer it over my previous Kestrel 38 as it’s less bulky.
Amazing deal 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Amazing deal, ordered, just hope my OH doesn't find out!
And osprey have a lifetime guarantee policy, so worth the investment.
Many thanks ordered!
Note that the size of bag you want is dependent on your back length, not your height. Getting sizing information about Osprey bags in Europe is a bit of a pain - whilst the website for Osprey US still has tables that you can look at, Osprey Europe have removed them and force you to use an app that's almost impossible to use without assistance from another person. Plus, the US site is geo-blocked - you get automatically redirected to the European site.
Had this bag for 8 years and still going strong for big hikes, minus the odd wee tear.
Go to go outdoors or similar retailer! They have sizers which have gaps for your illiac crests (“hip bones”) and give you a perfect measurement.

I put my height measurement as at 5’8” if I didn’t know better, I’d have presumed I’d be a small & prob wouldn’t have bothered to check if they only had large in stock cheap. But yes entirely based on back length & pelvis width. Rather than height.
Just a shame that they put the large hip belts on these smaller packs.
jsoap8 m ago

Just a shame that they put the large hip belts on these smaller packs.


See I chose it because they put a proper hip belt on.
I’ll be wearing. This daily for 17days with a fair weight in it. I have bony hips. I like the proper padding & find lots of daypacks too uncomfortable for extended use or heavy loads.
stave8427 m ago

See I chose it because they put a proper hip belt on.I’ll be wearing. This …See I chose it because they put a proper hip belt on.I’ll be wearing. This daily for 17days with a fair weight in it. I have bony hips. I like the proper padding & find lots of daypacks too uncomfortable for extended use or heavy loads.


For extended trips I use the Exos48, and I do like it
I'd rather have a daypack with a minimal belt, but it seems that this design is becoming the norm now.
jsoap1 h, 7 m ago

For extended trips I use the Exos48, and I do like it I'd rather have a …For extended trips I use the Exos48, and I do like it I'd rather have a daypack with a minimal belt, but it seems that this design is becoming the norm now.


I’ve my Aether 70 for that, but tbh I’m taking both & a lovely Nepalese Sherpa will be carrying the big pack!
Thanks! Ordered the last black one, still available in blue. Don't know why these codes are always new customers only now I have two accounts.
jam12338th Jan

And osprey have a lifetime guarantee policy, so worth the investment.


ONLY to there US customers and the rest can forget it,you will only find that out if you use a VPN just to get on there US website from here.There warranty outside the us is basically worthless as it has to be a manufactured defect.

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Edited by: "hong_kong_englishman" 9th Jan
stave848th Jan

I’ve my Aether 70 for that, but tbh I’m taking both & a lovely Nepalese She …I’ve my Aether 70 for that, but tbh I’m taking both & a lovely Nepalese Sherpa will be carrying the big pack!


gapyeartravelstore.com/fli…rs/
I would strongly suggest you get a transit bag if you haven't already, handy for when they decide to unload the roof and chuck your bag in a puddle!!
Edited by: "winchman" 10th Jan
winchman15 m ago

http://www.gapyeartravelstore.com/flight-covers-protectors/I would …http://www.gapyeartravelstore.com/flight-covers-protectors/I would strongly suggest you get a transit bag if you haven't already, handy for when they decide to unload the roof and chuck your bag in a puddle!!


Not a bad idea, thanks. Previously had it plastic wrapped at the airport but obvs no good once on a trek.
Robb1048th Jan

Thanks! Ordered the last black one, still available in blue. Don't know …Thanks! Ordered the last black one, still available in blue. Don't know why these codes are always new customers only now I have two accounts.


Me neither, I've now got three accounts because I ordered this and then couldn't help (!) ordering the Osprey Quasar 28 at £46, a saving of 34%, had to add a swim bag to take it over £50 to get the £10 discount
Just ordered, heat added, great price! Thanks OP.
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