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I'm a huge osprey fan and have more of their bags than I would like to admit. This is my least favorite bag of theirs. Not a fan of the handle at the top between the shoulder straps. It makes the bag carry awkwardly.

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Nice deal. For some reason it's trying to charge me $6 for shipping (I am a prime member, and standard "Free for prime members" is selected). Anyone else get this?
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Nice deal. For some reason it's trying to charge me $6 for shipping (I am a prime member, and standard "Free for prime members" is selected). Anyone else get this?
I was getting the same shipping charge even though I was logged in through my prime account. I refreshed the checkout page and it took it off. 🤷 Total was $31.79 with tax.
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Anybody have any experience with this bag? The harness system makes it seem like it's really only suitable for shorter day hikes and more urban environments. I was looking for a lightweight bag that's comfortable for longer day hikes with lots of elevation gain in the CO Rockies. With such a basic hip belt I'm not sure this really fits the bill.
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I'm a huge osprey fan and have more of their bags than I would like to admit. This is my least favorite bag of theirs. Not a fan of the handle at the top between the shoulder straps. It makes the bag carry awkwardly.
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I was getting the same shipping charge even though I was logged in through my prime account. I refreshed the checkout page and it took it off. 🤷 Total was $31.79 with tax.
Yeah, after I reselected the address it worked. Great deal on an Osprey!
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Anybody have any experience with this bag? The harness system makes it seem like it's really only suitable for shorter day hikes and more urban environments. I was looking for a lightweight bag that's comfortable for longer day hikes with lots of elevation gain in the CO Rockies. With such a basic hip belt I'm not sure this really fits the bill.
I recently got the Manta 34 through the last eBags.com sale for ~$95 and it's awesome. The harness is adjustable and has a mesh back which separates from the bag to keep you cool. I did an 8 mile hike with about 20-25 pounds in it and barely noticed it. My only complaint is I wish the strap for the hip belt was a little wider. There is also a Manta 24 if you want something smaller.

Tons of great day packs out there though. Check out REI Outlet online. There are some cheaper options that still have a good harness unlike this bag.
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Anybody have any experience with this bag? The harness system makes it seem like it's really only suitable for shorter day hikes and more urban environments. I was looking for a lightweight bag that's comfortable for longer day hikes with lots of elevation gain in the CO Rockies. With such a basic hip belt I'm not sure this really fits the bill.
i have a previous version of this with the bungee cord. the shoulder straps start digging into your shoulders once you have been hiking for 4-5 hours with liters of water, snacks, first aid kit, and a light jacket.

its a great backpack for lightweight and durability, but i just am not a fan of the shoulder straps. i had previously looked for shoulder strap mods, then gave up.
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I use this bag every day to carry stuff to and from work and around the city. If you have kids and need to carry snacks, supplies and a drink or two then it's perfect. You can fit an ipad in the sleeve but not a laptop. I find that using the chest strap helps when the bag starts to get a little heavy and I take off the waist strap altogether.

I guess most of the people commenting are trying to really hike with the bag, I don't think that it's meant for that. Osprey describes the bag as one that attaches to your big bag and you can detach to go to town and get a few supplies. For moving around town or around a theme park it's perfect.
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i have a previous version of this with the bungee cord. the shoulder straps start digging into your shoulders once you have been hiking for 4-5 hours with liters of water, snacks, first aid kit, and a light jacket.

its a great backpack for lightweight and durability, but i just am not a fan of the shoulder straps. i had previously looked for shoulder strap mods, then gave up.
Good to know. I'll keep searching for a better bag for long day hikes.
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I use this bag every day to carry stuff to and from work and around the city. If you have kids and need to carry snacks, supplies and a drink or two then it's perfect. You can fit an ipad in the sleeve but not a laptop. I find that using the chest strap helps when the bag starts to get a little heavy and I take off the waist strap altogether.

I guess most of the people commenting are trying to really hike with the bag, I don't think that it's meant for that. Osprey describes the bag as one that attaches to your big bag and you can detach to go to town and get a few supplies. For moving around town or around a theme park it's perfect.
That's exactly how I plan to use this, as a city day bag while vacationing. I also go to NYC a lot on short trips (1-3 days) and this looks to be perfect.
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Pass on this bag if you're taking it for a hike. But I've got this exact one and we use it every time we go out to an amusement park or other single day venture! Would not take it on a hike but it is perfect to carry around all day at the park!
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I use this bag every day to carry stuff to and from work and around the city. If you have kids and need to carry snacks, supplies and a drink or two then it's perfect. You can fit an ipad in the sleeve but not a laptop. I find that using the chest strap helps when the bag starts to get a little heavy and I take off the waist strap altogether.

I guess most of the people commenting are trying to really hike with the bag, I don't think that it's meant for that. Osprey describes the bag as one that attaches to your big bag and you can detach to go to town and get a few supplies. For moving around town or around a theme park it's perfect.
same. this is suitable for real day use and not really hiking. also the interior space is really tiny. i also have the daylite plus and it is much more usable with more interior space, another outside pocket, and an open slot pouch. much prefer daylite plus over daylite.
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I'm 6'4" and bought a Burton backpack years ago for like $40. It was well made and has lasted...most-importantly, it is COMFORTABLE.

I got 2 Osprey packs because my trusty Burton has been stuffed under airplane seats for years and is scuffed a bit. I thought it might a good replacement. I picked up 2 of them for $30 each...I think they were 30 or 35L packs. They have lots of nice pockets and I can see why people like them. They are well thought out and well built....my only complaint is the straps. They don't feel near as comfortable as my Burton pack. They also are flimsier...not as thick and padded. That may be good in the summer when you don't want as much pack surface area touching your back, but this straps don't distribute the pressure well.

My advice...buy this as a possible gift for someone and if you like it, keep it. =P

It may fit you fine and work great. I'm still searching for a replacement and may use my Osprey before it's over with, but it still has the new tags on it because I was reluctant to take it on trips.
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