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Product Information

With an 80 litre capacity and a weight of just 3.52kg, the Sojourn will appeal to those of us who want that little extra room for those longer breaks. Extra large polyurethane wheels come as standard and the high clearance design means no more kerb bashing. The internals have been just as well thought out too, with mesh and fabric organisation pockets aplenty.

Product Features

  • Weight: 3580g
  • Capacity: 80 Litres
  • Dimensions: 72 x 35.5 x 30cm
  • High Road Chassis
  • Zip-away adjustable, removable harness and hipbelt
  • Easy access pockets
  • Internal mesh pockets
  • External Straightjacket compression
  • Internal compression
  • Retractable handle with Ergogrip
  • Side and top carry handles
  • Attachment points

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(9.2 out of 10)
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Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 24 reviews
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(9 out of 10)

Valued Customer

Easy to zip away backpack straps, because there is always some steps to get up/down somewhere along the way. Though when carrying it's tricky to pick it up without clunking your legs with the hard wheely bits- maybe that cons with practise. Inside there are a few different compartments for shoes or whatever to be kept separate. The fact that it is moulded and rigid on one side means stuff doesn't get squashed. Fully packed it weighed just under 20kg which is the general baggage allowance. Also good how once you arrive it lies on its back and opens completely so you can easily access everything inside.
It's a lot of money, I expect the bag to last a good number of years for that amount. I have used it and liked it on one trip and it did the job, though it's pretty big and tempting to therefore overpack.
Confirmed purchase: 21 November 2015
Published on: 09 December 2015
(10 out of 10)


Brighton Expert
Durable - survived several domestic & international flights unscathed; equally easy to pull, carry on back, and lift as holdall. Very good all round.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 26 September 2015
Published on: 01 November 2015
(8 out of 10)


London Enthusiast
Robust, good capacity, wheels work smoothly
Nothing to report
Confirmed purchase: 21 September 2015
Published on: 10 October 2015
About the brand


Innovation and Quality

Mike Pfotenhauer established Osprey in 1974 with the ambition to make top quality backpacks for a wide range of outdoor activities. From cycling and climbing, to backpacking and the everyday commute, the entire range of Osprey rucksacks are specifically engineered to be adapted to the challenges they will face. With modern day classics such as the Talon, Osprey has a proud, forty year history of bringing new and innovative designs into the outdoors where they can thrive.

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