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Transporter Series

No matter your destination or what you bring, nothing compares to the weather-resisting, abrasion-ignoring, adventure-enhancing Transporter Series. Available in sizes from 40 to 130 liters, the Transporter carries as much or as little as you need, and features a stowable, quick-deploying harness for comfortable backpack-style carry through the terminal, to basecamp, and beyond.

Travel in Comfort

When a duffel doesn’t quite cut it, the Porter is the answer. With padded sidewalls, convenient organization and a substantial suspension for backpack-style carry that disappears when checking bags, the Porter Series has set the standard for deluxe duffels. Travel friendly features including a dedicated laptop sleeve and convenient organization options with multiple access points round out this durable and comfortable travel companion.

Award-Winning Design

"From the big things (mesh suspension panel) to the small (easy-to-reach side pockets), no pack we tested this year better mastered the tricky design elements than the Osprey Aether AG, bringing everything together for a truly great-carrying trail companion,” said Will Egensteiner Associate Editor, Outside Buyer's Guide.

Packs Made for Women

Osprey started making packs for women in 1993 as a part of their dedication to create the highest quality, most durable and comfortable packs in the world for everyone. From everyday commuting packs to the most capable backpacking solutions, Osprey embeds decades of experience into every women’s pack, leaving you with peace of mind on the trail and comfort on your back.

Quality Guaranteed

Mike Pfotenhauer started Osprey Packs in 1974 and drives innovation in the backpack industry to this day while destroying preconceived notions of what a pack is supposed to feel like. He believes that packs belong on the backs of curious explorers, whether urban or remote, and not in the landfill. That’s why Osprey backs every pack with the All Mighty Guarantee. Whether you bought your pack yesterday, today, or plan to tomorrow, Osprey delivers on their promise to create the best packs in the world for your greatest adventures, and stands behind everything they make.

About Osprey Packs

You could say Osprey Backpacks was born when Mike Pfotenhauer, the company’s founder, sewed his first backpack at age 16. The backpacking pack he was using at the time had an awful fit, and he had a vision of how to improve upon the design. He asked his mother to teach him to sew, and soon he was making his own custom-fitted packs under the name Santa Cruz Recreational Packs. Before long Mike opened a retail shop where backpackers and travelers, having heard his reputation, would come and be fitted. Each pack took a couple days for Mike to sew, but his customers considered it well worth the wait.

Mike officially founded Osprey in 1974. By 1976 Osprey was introducing exciting innovations in pack design, such as the breathable mesh back panel, and soon Osprey began to make a splash in the fledgling outdoor industry. Over the course of the next two decades, Osprey enjoyed industry success and accolades, as well as two relocations—one to Dolores, Colorado in 1990 and another to its current location in Cortez, Colorado in 1994 as the company grew. At first, Osprey fought the trend of outsourced manufacturing by employing local tradespeople to sew packs, but the need to stay competitive was crucial, and eventually Osprey moved its production to Korea and Vietnam. Mike, however, didn’t want to lose touch with his workers or with Osprey’s production, so in 2003 he moved his family to Vietnam, where they stayed for four years, visiting the factories daily to ensure the designs were produced accurately and faithfully.

Since the early 2000s, Osprey products have received many notable accolades, including several prestigious Gear of the Year Awards from Outside Magazine. Many of these award-winning designs span the range from backpacking packs like the women’s Aura and the men’s Aether to running and cycling packs like the Rev or Raptor series and travel options like the convertible Ozone, the wheeled Contrail, or the smaller Portal laptop shoulder bag.

One of the reasons for Osprey’s long string of achievements is its dedication to innovation in a single product group. As CEO tom Barney says “We’re a pack company, and every season we have to get it right on packs. We can’t have a good footwear year but a bad apparel year. We have to have a good pack year every year.” This dedication shows in every item that leaves the Osprey factory, its All Mighty Guarantee and lifetime warranty, and it shows in every decades-old Osprey pack that you see on the back of a rider or runner churning out the miles on the trail.