Osprey Farpoint 80 Travel Pack

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Product details

  • Fabric:
    • Main: 210D nylon mini hex diamond ripstop
    • Reinforcements: 600D Packcloth
  • Capacity: 76-80 litres
  • Top & side carry handles
  • Straightjacket compression
  • Panel zip main compartment with lockable pulls
  • Gear attachment points
  • Base compartment with internal divider
  • Kangaroo day pack carry option (daypack sold separately)
  • Internal stretch laptop or hydration sleeve
  • Tuckaway harness
  • Spacer Mesh back panel
  • Dimensions: 74 x 38 x 40cm
  • Weight: 1.76kg

Product information

The Farpoint 80 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 as well as a smaller compartment at the base, separated by an internal divider.

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. Inside the main cargo bag there are 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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A couple with Osprey backpacks walking up a rocky hill somewhere in the mountains.
Santa Cruz California 1974. Mike Pfotenhauer sat at his sewing machine with a head full of ideas and a burning passion to build the most innovative backpacks to the highest standard.

 

One man’s vision has grown into a wide range of Osprey rucksacks and accessories that are being used from the highest mountains to the most remote islands and everywhere between.

 

With innovation in every strand of each pack and an identity born out of true specialism, Osprey continues that true pioneering spirit today.


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