Play Now, Pay Later—Financing Offered Through Klarna
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Osprey Packs Cyber 22L Backpack

up to 25% Off
sale $97.46 Original price:$129.95

Select Style & Size

  • Shark Grey, One Size
    sale $97.46
  • Black, One Size
    sale $97.46

Free Shipping on orders over $50*

Cyber 22L Backpack

The Osprey Cyber Backpack focuses on making electronics more accessible for the tech-savvy. Padded sleeves protect your laptop and tablet if you roll with both. The Neospacer shoulder harness and spacer mesh Airscape back panel provide the same comfort that Osprey's big backpacks are known for. Osprey added a Powerhouse organizer for your cords, chargers, and other electronic accessories. The Portal organization inside the main compartment was well-thought-out to provide spaces for all your daily accessories. This pack also features document sleeves in the main compartment and a zippered top non-scratch pocket for your smartphone or sunglasses.

  • Neospacer shoulder harness
  • Spacer mesh Airscape back panel
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Powerhouse organizer
  • Portal interior organization
  • Zippered top non-scratch pocket
  • Document sleeves
  • Item #OSP001P

Material
600D polyester, 300D polyester, 150D polyester
Volume
22L (1342cu in)
Access
22L (1342cu in)
Pockets
[external] 1 zippered top, 1 zippered bottom compartment, 1 padded laptop, 1 large front organizer, [internal] 1 tablet sleeve, document sleeve
Dimensions
20 x 13 x 8in
Claimed Weight
2lb
Recommended Use
everyday, school, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

View

>Rating: 5

Still my daily pack of choice

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've had this pack for a year now, and it still looks like the day I bought it. I had recently purchased the 2020 Osprey Arcane (large) to try and supplement the Cyber with a slimmer, simpler pack, but found myself returning it. It just can't compete with the Cyber for my daily needs. I love Osprey packs and I should probably start toning it down on the purchasing since they last forever. I am 5'0 and the Cyber is super comfortable. Fits my 15" laptop in a tomtoc laptop sleeve, as well as my samsung tab s4, my kindle, winter gear, and books. The tech pouch is convenient for storing extra cables, but I found myself sticking frequently used power adapters in the main pouch and wishing there wasn't a dedicated zippered compartment for tech stuff. I feel conflicted about this compartment, because I see the utility of having it, but If it wasn't separate, then that extra space could be utilized a bit better in the main compartment. Otherwise, the space dividers, as well as all of the extra compartments are well thought out. I especially love the little zippered compartment at the top for sunglasses and my wallet. The Cyber replaced my Pixel, which was also great but too large for my needs. I also strongly disliked the side laptop zipper on the Pixel as it was more gimmicky than useful.

>Rating: 5

Everyday Work Horse!!!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I use this bag pretty much everyday. Routine as follows: House - Car - Short walk to the office from the car park - So it doesn't get much mileage on my back but is comfortable to use and you get what you'd expect with ample features and storage separation. As such, it easily fits my 4lb Yeti ice brick so I use this as my personal fridge for my lunch (Keeps my food away from the communal fridges that sometimes have had food sitting for weeks - Yuck!) - Laptop sleeve, separate pockets for documents etc ... and then a small one for keys and knick-knacks etc ... Fantastic everyday backpack, you won't go wrong with this.

Thank you James! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 5

Perfect Tech Bag; Even fits 32oz Bottle

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I use this every day for college and it's perfect for my laptop, tablet and my charging cords. There is also plenty of space for my books and a document organizer while still being a slick bag. I love Osprey packs for their comfortable straps and handles. My favorite commuter bag by far. One problem with a lot of other backpacks is that they never can fit my 32oz hydroflask or Nalgene. This one fits it perfect without taking away from packing space or stretching out the bottle compartment. Tons of organization compartments that make for easy access.

Mitch, it is the bag I use everyday - I can't leave home without it. Thank you for this great review! Happy Trails, Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 4

Great Laptop Bag

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This bag works great as a school or work bag. I put my laptop in the protected sleeve and it feels nice and safe. The internal pockets have nice organization sleeves for other things as well. The bag looks nice and sleek too! The only thing I docked a star off for is for the ugly back panel. It has kind of a mesh that looks quite a bit worse than the front fabric used. Other than that the bag is flawless!

>Rating: 5

Comfortable Commute

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

An old pack is like an old friend, so it took some time for me to move all my books into this one. Once I did I only wished I'd done it sooner. The neospacer shoulder harness is incredibly comfortable, and I love the lime green interior on the black pack so it's easy to find everything inside. It's also very handy having the separate computer compartment while traveling, so I'm ready for airport security. The separate compartments for cords and sunglasses are also a game changer. Highly recommend this one for your commute!

>Rating: 5

perfect for the urban commuter

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

as someone who works with computers, I'm always on the quest for the perfect computer bag, sometimes its super functional but i have too much junk, sometimes its too big and not enough pockets, or sometimes its just looks like a cargo pack. This is not a huge pack, it will fit a 15 inch laptop, some documents and has a nice pouch for cables and stuff, its handy and practical and works great going through airports, its not huge but feels like durable materials and if you dont pack a lot of junk with you should do perfect for most if not all your needs.

>Rating:

Osprey Product Tour for the Cyber

The Osprey "Portal" series includes the Cyber, Bitstream and Pixel. Enjoy learning about all of the great features on these packs! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 5

My Go To

I have been using my Cyber everyday for the past 2 years. The organization for me is exactly what I was looking for and especially LOVE the powerhouse cord compartment at the bottom - very slick! I have a place for everything, yet the pack is not over built. The look and durability are there as well, and I am absolutely stoked with this pack. Given that I am the rep for this brand, and I really have the pick of whatever pack I want for work / commute, the Cyber is exactly what I want! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 2

Use quasar instead

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The bottom compartment eats lots of inner space of the pack. Shoulder straps are very thick and that is good if you carry heavy loads, but they don't bend around shoulders properly. If you carry huge laptop, then, this could be right for you, but I wouldn't recommend for a daily commute. Osprey's quasar is much more convenient for daily use.

>Rating: 5

Top Quality

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Favorite backpack I've ever owned. Laptop pocket is padded for protection and works great, and design of 4 additional pockets was well thought out (one main pocket for books/papers/anything, three small pockets for quick access). Incredible durable -- have used on a daily basis for work for a few months now and product looks essentially brand new.