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If you’re worldly journeys include backpacking or off-road travel that standard luggage just won’t live through, load up the Osprey Waypoint 65 Backapack. Half suitcase, half multi-day pack, and all comfort, this spacious gear hauler has the travel-friendly features to help you make the most of your time on the go.

  • Removable 15L daypack lets you leave the main bag behind for short hikes and trips
  • StraightJacket compression and bottom straps let you secure a jacket or extra gear
  • Airscape back panel lets air flow between you and the pack in hot climates
  • Internal pockets and compression straps organize and secure your gear
  • Padded grab handles make for easy hauling and airport transfers
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    You can fit plenty in here and it's very comfortable, with or without the hip belt. Plenty of straps to adjust for comfort. I have the large size bag and take it on planes AS A CARRY-ON without any problems from security.

    This is the only bag I know of that (a) can be used as a carry on, (b) is 65L, and (c) has a detachable day pack. THERE SHOULD BE MORE BAGS LIKE THIS ONE!!!

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    I am a 5'3" woman, I am traveling for about a 3 1/2 weeks in south east Asia, winter in some countries and summer in others. I am debating between the farpoint 55 and waypoint 65. From what i have read the only difference is the size and that the farpoint doesn't stay together when you open it vs the waypoint that has rigid edges and stays together when opened, so it could be a little annoying. I am looking for practical and confort. thoguhts? and is there a huge difference in size between the 2? also heard the waypoint has mroe internal packets vs the farpoint that only has one.

    I am looking to backpack the four pass...

    I am looking to backpack the four pass loop in CO (3-4 day trip), however, I would love to have a pack that could double as a carry-on/ travel bag. Would this be the bag for me? I am considering this bag and the Atmos 65.

    I want to get the osprey waypoint 65...

    I want to get the osprey waypoint 65 backpack for both my sons this Christmas. One son is 6' 4" and weighs about 190, the other son is 6'6" and weighs about 250. I don't know if I should get the medium or large frame of the 65 series. I'm assuming the large frame for my larger son, but what about my younger son who is 6' 4" and 190 lbs???

    can this be a carry on?

    can this be a carry on?

    YES! I've used it as a carry on for several flights and not had a single problem. It fits in the overhead area better than many rolling suitcases. Here's the thing - it is technically too big but my roommate and I both have 65L bags and never had problems on planes.

    WIll be traveling through Brazil for three...

    WIll be traveling through Brazil for three weeks. Rio, Florianopolis, and then some time in the Amazon. Looking for a pack that can tackle the both phases. Doesn't necessarily need to be ready for an ice-climbing expedition, but I'm not looking for a roller bag either. If I had to lean to one side, I would want a pack I could use for backpacking, camping, etc... Whaddya think?

    This pack is definitely made a little more for carrying on your back than the Farpoint. However, for a more outdoor product than a straight adventure travel pack, I'd consider either the Aether or the Atmos series. With the Atmos, if you are a perfect medium torso length, medium hipbelt, medium shoulder harness (, then the Atmos series will fit you like a dream. It is available in a 65L size as well.

    If you are, for example, a stick--long torso and no waist--then you won't fit an Atmos very well at all. Look into the Aether 70. It has interchangeable hipbelt/harness that you can customize the components to your body shape. You can get a long torso and a medium hipbelt if you so needed one (which can be done after you order the pack).

    Anyways, in summary, for the 3 weeks in S. Amer., I would definitely consider this pack over the Farpoint for sure (more robust suspension for carrying weight better). And while you could backpack in this pack, it would for sure be better to get an Atmos/Aether if backpacking is a future purpose of the pack.

    Hope this helps!

    How about the ssprey 55 for a carry on? ...

    How about the ssprey 55 for a carry on? I know it is not at rugged....carry on is my only options...suggestions

    Is this the mans version? Do you not have...

    Is this the mans version? Do you not have the women's version available?

    This pack is the mens version. An easy way to tell is in the sizing; womens packs only come in small/medium and mens packs come in medium/large. They are the same pack from mens/womens with the difference being the gender specific sizes and harness/hipbelt. Here is the backcountry item # for the 65L womens waypoint: OSP0173

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