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Osprey Packs Airporter Lockable Zipper Bag

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    5 Reviews


    A travel essential.

    Protect your backpack and all your belongings from careless baggage handlers and sneaky thieves with Osprey's Airporter Lockable Zipper Bag. This protective bag makes sure you don't get to another country missing your valuables or part of your waist-belt. There's a shoulder strap that tucks into a pocket, and multiple carry handles ensure proper ergonomics. The whole bag packs into the top pocket for compact convenience when you're backpacking across Europe.

    • Stowable shoulder strap
    • Carry handles
    • Zippered closure
    • Bag packs into top pocket
    • Reinforced bottom
    • Item #OSP004G

    Tech Specs

    Pack Size
    (volume) [small] < 50L (< 3051cu in), [medium] 45 - 75L (2746 - 4576cu in), [large] 70 - 110L (4271 - 6712cu in), (dimensions) [small] 29 x 15 x 15in, [medium] 32 x 16 x 15in, [large] 37 x 17 x 18in
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 12 oz, [medium] 14 oz, [large] 1 lb
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Dependable Protection

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    While the positioning of the shoulder strap may not be ideal for carrying a fully loaded backpack, I've found the Airporter functions as excellent protection for all my valuable gear when I travel. The Airporter only has two points of contact for baggage handlers to grab on to, whereas your average backpack has multiple straps, tabs and zippers prone to abuse. Additionally, a grey bag is quite a bit more incognito than your brightly-colored backpack stuffed with hundreds of dollars worth of gear.

    If you love your pack, invest in protection for it when you travel.

    Worked like a charm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love that these fold up compactly and easily, but offer solid protection. This carried my gear through a backpacking trip in Peru with a layover in Mexico City. Despite being dragged through customs in multiple countries it still appears to be in new condition. No more worrying about straps or tears.

    Does its job well

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Was hesitating to purchase it due to other reviews, decided to take a risk - glad I did. I took a flight to Salt Lake City from SFO past weekend for backcountry camping. Airporter (size S) did its job excellent, it didn't get damaged both ways, protected my investment into backpack. With Atmos 50 small, it leaves some space to through in hiking shoes, and couple bottles of water. Happy with purchase, and thank You backcountry for fast delivery.

    Does its job well

    Extremely poor design

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The carry straps for the Osprey Airporter bag are located off-axis from where they should be, so there is no stable way to carry it when it's loaded with a pack. When you have a 45 pound pack inside, that adds up to a bad experience really quickly. After giving this bag an honest try, I switched to the Sea to Summit pack converter and found it to be vastly better designed. The Sea to Summit bag has carry straps where they should be to handle the weight of the pack, and it doubles as a rain cover, which the Airporter does not. I've done two international backpacking trips in the last year and the Osprey Airporter is the only gear purchase that I regretted. I do not work for Sea to Summit, but I love their products. I generally love Osprey products too, but this bag really needs to be redesigned.

    I have an Osprey Aether 60, what size would you recommend?

    I actually ended up purchasing a M Aether70, would the Medium Airporter still fit?