- The bag is great for backpacking trips without being a rucksack. It opens like a sports holdall and has a daypack zipped on the front.
- It's quite small - the 70 litres includes the day pack.
Published on: 20 July 2015
The Farpoint 70 is one of Osprey's lightest back-packable travel packs for it's capacity. It features a zip-away spacer mesh ventilated backpanel allowing the Farpoint to be carried like a backpack but packed like a suitcase. Cushioned carry handles on the top and the sides allow you to easily grab the pack off airport baggage carousels and your gear is all readily to hand, with the inclusion of a large zipped lockable opening that allows access to the main compartment.
The StraightJacket compression system pulls your load in holding it tight and keeping things in place, but it can also be used to significantly reduce the total volume of the pack. The compression straps are also used to attach and secure a 15L zip and clip daypack, which includes all the organisation, you'll ever need; a top stash pocket for electronics and sunglasses, dual zippered side pockets and a laptop sleeve. The daypack can also clip onto the harness of the main pack, in a kangaroo style attachment. Providing a very secure way to carry your daypack when you want to keep your valuables or tickets to hand.
Inside the main cargo bag there are also lots of organisation options; a liquid/accessory pocket and dual mesh pockets which are ideal to separate dirty clothes and shoes. Internal compression straps fully maximise the capacity whilst securing your gear. For overnight trips attach a sleeping pad to the lower external straps.
Travel is about companionship, discovery and enjoyment - share your next adventure with a Farpoint.
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