Osprey Farpoint 40 & Fairview 40 Travel Packs Review

Brand: Osprey
Bag Uses: 1-Bag Travel
Features:    Comfort: Excellent
Bag Style:

The Farpoint and Fairview 40L travel packs from Osprey are solid one bag travel bags with a little less thrills than other bags in similar sizes.

  • Pretty affordable — get’s you most of the way to a lot of other travel bags for half the price.
  • Lots of capacity — plenty of room inside.
  • Damn comfortable — straps and lightweight frame make it comfortable to carry.
  • Wish it had some more pockets for organization.

Farpoint 40L http://bag.gg/OspFairpBC [backcountry], https://amzn.to/2w1Qkyp [amazon]

Fairview 40L — http://bag.gg/OspFairvBC [backcountry], https://amzn.to/2rblNbP [amazon]

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