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The best of dirtbag tech without the dirtbaggery.
The Osprey Sojourn 25 provides true, all-terrain travel without making you look like a hostel-hopping dirtbag. The Sojourn converts quickly from a rolling bag to a backpack when the going gets rough, with a sophisticated suspension system that not only adds comfort, but promotes airflow to keep you cool.
- HighRoad 6061 aluminum chassis with zip[-away suspension for lightweight durability
- Fully adjustable torso length
- Mesh back panel keeps air between the load and your back for sweat-reducing airflow
- Fully-padded spacer mesh lumbar and hip belt distribute weight evenly and comfortably
- Removable suspension components for greater packability
- Extendable handle with ergonomic grip for added comfort
- Lightweight construction with reinforcements at areas of high wear
- Large panel zip for quick, easy access to everything in the bag
- Four zippered pockets in main compartment for easy organization
- External zip pocket for easy access to essentials
- Rear panel pocket with inner pocket for more easy access
- Internal compression straps keep clothing neat and organized
- Item #OSP0287
- Q & A
Great bag but not carry on friendly
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
My wife and I already have an Osprey Meridian 22 rolling bag and had one other cheap carry on die on us. We took a look at this bag, hoping to get a bag with a little more volume than the Meridian 22 that would still work as a carry on for the average flight. Unfortunately, this bag is too long/tall to really work as a carry on - the only way you would be able to get this to fit in an overhead bin is to put it in sideways and take up the space of two bags. You can probably get away with carrying this on for very occasional flying, but I don't like running the risk of pissing off the flight attendants on any kind of a regular basis.
Carry on limitations aside, this is a really nice bag. Well made, durable fabrics, and great compression straps to keep your stuff intact. I've had my Meridian 22 for almost 4 years now, taking it on flights about 6-10 times a year and it's held up very nicely, so I expect this bag will hold up to the abuse of air travel just as well.