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Osprey packs on sale at Amazon, many at or near the best historical price according to CCC. For example:

Atmos 50 AG [amazon.com] $159 (best price)
Atmos 65 AG [amazon.com] $180 (matches Tuesday's FP deal from REI)
Daylite Plus [amazon.com] $37.50 (best price; blue, black, purple, or red)
Skarab 18 [amazon.com] $60 (best price)

and many, many more...

Full list: https://www.amazon.com/b?node=16741821011
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Spend a day with 30-60 lbs in your jansport then let me know how you feel about it.
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For some context, the packs on sale are mostly Osprey's hiking/sporting packs as opposed to their travel bags. Amazon appears to be (more or less) price matching an ongoing Backcountry sale. Since I've been paying attention, these sales are about 2-3 times per year and the prices are always in the same ballpark, about 25-30% less than the "usual" price at Backcountry, REI, and Amazon. So these prices will likely come up again in some months, but it's unlikely to find them lower until inventory is being cleared for new models.
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Ha, love you people. Obviously never spent a day in the backcountry in your life.
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For some context, the packs on sale are mostly Osprey's hiking/sporting packs as opposed to their travel bags. Amazon appears to be (more or less) price matching an ongoing Backcountry sale. Since I've been paying attention, these sales are about 2-3 times per year and the prices are always in the same ballpark, about 25-30% less than the "usual" price at Backcountry, REI, and Amazon. So these prices will likely come up again in some months, but it's unlikely to find them lower until inventory is being cleared for new models.
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If you havent done long hikes, it's probably not your thing. The more weight you shave off can be a night vs day experience.
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I'm continually amazed at the money people will part with for a backpack.
Its all relative, if you travel alot a good travel bag is a great investment. I didnt buy an osprey but got a kelty redwing and it definitely made my life better.
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I'm continually amazed at the money people will part with for a backpack.
Spend a day with 30-60 lbs in your jansport then let me know how you feel about it.
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I'm continually amazed at the money people will part with for a backpack.
If you travel alot wearing a backpack for most of the day, a good backpack can make or break your trip. I'm willing to pay more for Osprey given their lifetime warranty as well, they stand behind their products.
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Pretty good price, I got my Atmos 50 for about $100 last time when eBag had 25% off and 30% reward, and combined multiple Amex offer also a portal. Great backpack, good for 3-4 day trip.
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I'm continually amazed at the money people will part with for a backpack.
You must not travel.
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Spend a day with 30-60 lbs in your jansport then let me know how you feel about it.
Hey don't knock on Jansport. They make some good stuff too and have sort of a warranty too
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I'm continually amazed at the money people will part with for a backpack.
If you hike with an osprey atmos anti gravity pack you will understand why people pay more for them. All the weight is resting on your hips and you feel very centered. The most comfortable pack ive ever owned.
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Ha, love you people. Obviously never spent a day in the backcountry in your life.
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Which bag would be good for city travelers? We don't really hike but do tons of walking 15-25 miles/day site seeing?
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Which bag would be good for city travelers? We don't really hike but do tons of walking 15-25 miles/day site seeing?
Depends on how much stuff you're hauling with you. I would assume one of the day packs would suffice for your needs. The 50 and 65 are gear haulers, I took a 65 on a couple grand canyon and Zion trips where we were out between 3-7 days.
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