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Traveling should be fun, so don’t get stuck with a pack that isn’t.

Wanderlust can strike at any moment, and with the Osprey Farpoint 55 Pack, you’ll be ready to head out in a hurry. This 2-in-1 backpack includes a panel-loading main bag as well as a detachable day pack for quick trips when you reach your destination. It also includes clips that attach it to the suspension of the main pack, so you can wear it kangaroo-style to keep valuables like your passport and wallet in view during rides on packed subways or walks on crowded streets in exotic locations.
  • Main bag offers a panel-loading opening with lockable zippers, an interior pocket and internal compression straps to cinch down contents
  • Detachable daypack includes multiple pockets, and an internal sleeve for hydration reservoir or a computer
  • Removable sleeping pad straps and gear attachment points offer additional carrying options
  • Suspension system can be zipped into the back panel for worry-free transport in cargo holds
  • LightWire frame and spacer mesh back panel promote ventilation in hot weather
  • Padded carry handles at the top and the side make it easy to grab your pack and go

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5 5

LOVE This Pack!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my first ever travel backpack and after lugging it around the world I can definitely give it a huge thumbs up. I was dead set on getting a side-zip pack and I'm super glad I did, makes it sooo much easier to pack and unpack.

The quality is great and it's held up really well. I've done a lot of airplane travel with it, and I have to say I've never been able to take it as a carry-on which I know some are interested in doing. It works great as a checked bagged though as it full covers itself up with the back cover, everything is very neatly tucked in.

I wasn't sure if I'd really use the zip-off backpack but I was glad to have it. It's nice always having a daypack available, and leaving it empty is an easy shortcut for guaranteeing yourself a little extra room if you want to bring things back from your trip. Plus the sleeve in it is perfect for a laptop.

One of my concerns that this pack doesn't come in a women's size as I'm pretty petite - I'm 5'5, 110lbs. But it fits me just fine and is quite easy to carry a long way when you use the waistbelt. I've never used it for actual mountain hiking or anything though.

4 5

Nice bag

I'm traveling to Costa Rica this summer, and was looking for an easy packing bag that I could take as a carry-on. After reading several reviews I decided that it would most likely fit within the airline constraints for a carry-on. I ordered this and it seems like a nice bag. It looks very sturdy, I liked how the straps tuck away, and the construction seemed sturdy. I have not taken it on an airplane.

I'm going on a Himalayan Trek this summer...

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I'm going on a Himalayan Trek this summer with the Himalayan Health Exchange and think about this pack. I bought it on big sale a while back and this will be my first real use. I don't think we'll be doing any serious carrying in (traveling by auto) but I want to be ready in case there is some hiking or trekking that needs to happen. I'm worried it might be a little large plane requirements. Any thoughts?

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It should be fine if you are going to be in a vehicle most of the time. If you think there will be hiking longer than a few miles in length I would consider going with a more supportive backpack such at the Aether or Atmos or Waypoint series and get an Osprey Airporter bag to put the pack in when flying. The Aether and Atmos will be more supportive for longer hikes and you will feel like you just have a daypack on. If you also want a daypack the Aether is addon compatible and you can get the Daylite daypack to attach to the pack. I am not sure if the Atmos is addon compatible.

The Waypoint is a lot like this bag but is slightly more backpack than suitcase. The Farpoint is more suitcase.

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What is the difference between the Farpoint...

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What is the difference between the Farpoint series and the Waypoint series?

Am planning to do a month-long walking...

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Am planning to do a month-long walking trip through the Pyrenees and Northern Spain 800 k.m.s. Will this pack be the right choice?

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This pack would be a good choice.

Am planning to do a month-long walking...

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Am planning to do a month-long walking trip through the Pyrenees and Northern Spain 800 k.m.s. Will this pack be the right choice?

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I would definitely go with something that has more support and a large, padded waist belt. Look at the Osprey Aeros 65 or the Gregory Baltoro 65 if you're looking for something in this size range.

I'm planing on going on a ten day trip to...

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I'm planing on going on a ten day trip to Scotland. Is this big enough to handle clothes/accessories (ie: toiletries ) for that long of a trip?

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That depends on how you pack. For me it would be extremely excessive. For international travel I try to fit everything I need in one carry-on bag to ensure that I would have any problems taking various other modes of transport. You may pack fairly heavy, with a new change of clothes for everyday (or roughly that) in which case this bag would be about the right size for that kind of thing.

Not to mention this is quite a luxurious bag. Nice choice.

Hope this answer was helpful :D

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Definitely, I could fit ten whole outfits in here.

does this pack have straps like a regular...

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does this pack have straps like a regular backpack? or is it just top and side carry

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Yep,, it does have regular shoulder straps and a waist strap.

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Absolutely... really good ones, too!

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Absolutely... really good ones, too!

Does anyone know if when these are split...

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Does anyone know if when these are split up, are they within limits to be used as two carry on's?

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The FAA stipulates that the total linear inches (that is, length plus width plus height) cannot exceed 45 inches, and in general should more or less conform to no more than 22 x 14 x 9in. That takes out the medium/large version, which is 24 inches long. As for the small/medium, its total dimensions 22 x 17 x 13in; since the depth of the removable backpack is 7 inches, you’re just about in the ballpark of 45 linear inches for the larger bag when they’re split apart. Perhaps if you’re a fast talker, and certainly if you enjoy elite frequent flyer status, you’re probably going to be able to carry them both on without a problem.