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Osprey’s Axis Daypack comes with 1100 cubic inches of space for you to tote your favorite gear. Take it for an out-and-back hike and carry your water bottle, a few extra layers, and an afternoon snack. Throw it on your back for your next bike commute and clip your blinker light to the back attachment strap. And don’t forget to wire your tunes from the MP3 pocket through ear bud routing system so that you can whistle while you play.

  • Slotted EVA foam harness feels comfortable on shoulders, and mesh lining allows air to circulate
  • Spacer mesh back panel lets the air flow so your back stays cool, not swampy
  • Waist strap keeps the pack from shifting while you’re moving
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Perfect pack

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I own several Osprey packs and keep going back for more. The Axis is perfect for my daily walk/bike commute to work. I can fit my 15" laptop, an iPad, my purse, a couple of notebooks plus lunch, and a raincoat, hat & gloves (MN weather - be prepared for anything). It fits my short frame (5'2") and is comfortable and solid for walking and biking. You can't go wrong with Osprey - the quality, the fit, the efficiency of design for packing. The toughest choice is the color - I love the purple I ordered, but some days wish I had the green for visibility.

Good for campus, not so much for a trail

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

I should have read the reviews better before I bought. The other comments are a great clue, IPad, train, laptop, gym... this bag is probably good for all those things. Seems like it would make a decent enough commuter bag. Not a great design as a day pack though. The hydration sleeve is too big, the waist strap is too small, shoulder straps aren't very comfy. Enternal pockets seem better designed for a set of keys and a phone then a GPS and a CLIF bar. I'm returning it.

Does what I need

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I bought this to carry things to/from work 'cause I hate holding things when I'm walking. It is the right size for this use and I can also use it when traveling for a good sized day pack. Sturdy, has good pocket sizes and placement.

Good day pack

    Needed a small bag to carry stuff from the grocery store or just a day out. I use it for packing a light jacket, a water bottle, a change of clothes if need be.

    Pretty sweet so far for my needs. I had a camelbak daywalker that came w/a water reservoir too for the same size and I thought that was slightly more convenient. But so far so good w/this Osprey...this is in addition to an Atmos that I already have. Love Osprey quality products.

    Lil bit o' luv

      The perfect lil pack for a perfect lil day trip. Enough room for my iPad, a change of clothes, a snack, some hydration -- with a tad to spare. I also like the draw cord and hoop on the outside in the event I need a bit more help to create a true gypsy pack. Support straps to boot. Comfy, light, and slick. GO OSPREY and GO S&C!

      Good

        It has pretty cool price and is comfortable for the back in summer. The sweat of my back and shoulder does not make me displeasure because of meshed shoulder string and mesh-cushion mixed back panel. It has also two compartments for notebook and paper. I uses it as commute-bag that contains 13 inch notebook, letter size some papers, 1 liter water bottle and miscellaneous articles.

        Could it fit a 16"4 toshiba pc?

        Could it fit a 16"4 toshiba pc?

        Best Answer

        Is that a 16" diagonal screen or 16"overall length? If that's the diagonal, I would say yes, but it'll be tight. If that's the overall length, I would say probably not primarily because it'll be really close to the 11" width, not accounting for the shape of the pocket inside.

        Could this carry a 15" laptop and a...

        Could this carry a 15" laptop and a notebook?

        Is this bag hydration bladder compatible?...

        Is this bag hydration bladder compatible? Thanks!

        Im looking for a moderately small back...

        Im looking for a moderately small back pack to keep my climbing equipment in. I go back and forth from the gym alot, and right now Im carrying my harness, shoes, and chank bag in my hands. I love Osprey's packs, and i was really hoping to pick up one for a good price. So far the axis pack looks perfect. Id also use this pack at the crag and on short hikes.

        Is this the pack for me?

        Im looking for a moderately small back...

        Im looking for a moderately small back pack to keep my climbing equipment in. I go back and forth from the gym alot, and right now Im carrying my harness, shoes, and chank bag in my hands. I love Osprey's packs, and i was really hoping to pick up one for a good price. So far the axis pack looks perfect. Id also use this pack at the crag and on short hikes.

        Is this the pack for me?

        Is there a water bottle pocket on the...

        Is there a water bottle pocket on the outside?

        Kathryn,

        I was just on the Osprey website and they have a picture that shows a water bottle tucked into the side pocket. I'm thinking that might be a stretch if you fill your pack up as much as I do with gear, but it should be fine otherwise.

        Are the shoulder straps rigid or do they...

        Are the shoulder straps rigid or do they lay flat? Does it have a rigid back?

        Write your question here...Will it hold a...

        Write your question here...Will it hold a nikon d5100 dslr with a 70-300 lens. I want to use it as a disgeet camera bag. I don't want a real big pack.

        Yes it will. 1100cu in is definitely big enough for a big SLR and telephoto lense. Depending on how long, but is should be fine with 7-30. I use a BD pack about the same size and it carries my Canon T2i and telephoto with room for lots more.

        Does this have a laptop sleeve/compartme...

        Does this have a laptop sleeve/compartment?