Osprey Fairview 40
Based on 90 reviews
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- Great for women
- Lightweight and comfortable
- Plenty of zippered pockets/storage
- Narrower for the shoulders/torso
- Pack sits a tad higher on your back than typical packs
You weights are off on shoes and sandals and no weights on toiletries and many other items. It is important to know what your items actually weigh for a good total as well as finding the heavy items that might be replaced with lighter.
Do check the luggage requirements for all the airlines you pla...
Osprey Fairview 40 Review (Travel Pack) | Pack Hacker
Osprey Fairview 40 Travel Backpack..We love the fact that Osprey decided to bring out a women’s specific travel bag, and would encourage other bag makers to take note
... a month long backpacking trip through Europe and I love this backpack
After a lot of research I decided on the Osprey Fairview 40 for a month long backpacking trip through Europe and I love this backpack! On my return home it nicely fit 6 T-shirts, 12 blouses, 2 pairs of jeans, 9 pairs of shorts, 2 dresses, 3 bikinis, 1 pair of sandals, 1 small towel, 2 books, a small...
Best so far for petite women
After packing a GR2 as a 5'1 female for two weeks in Europe, the Fairview 40 xs/s is leagues above for my needs. The pack is lightweight, plenty of zippered pockets/storage, narrower for the shoulders/torso, and the pack sits a tad higher on your back than typical packs. The hip/waist belt helps dis...
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But with all that being said, the Osprey Farpoint 40 travel backpack folds up really well against all of those bags.
WINNER IN EVERY WAY!!
Loved using this backpack in Europe for a little over two weeks. We bought it (and the Osprey Farpoint 40 for my husband) to meet the requirements of the smaller intra-European airlines such as Alitalia and EasyJet. It was well within the restrictions, and they didn't give us any trouble at all! The...
Please take the time to measure your torso! I’m 5’4”ish with a 15” torso. I’ve travelled with Porter 46, and it has not been a pleasant experience. In order to effectively use the waist band, I need to lean over, get the pack in place and lock the straps. The pack is way to big for my frame. However...
The best carry-on bag EVER!
I just coming back from a family trip to the Riviera Maya, I had the Fairview 40, and my husband had the Farpoint 40 It was a charm to carry, and didn't had any trouble to fit them into the overhead bin on the plane. We didn't had any issue with the airline (Air Transat) about the carry-on size rest...
XS/S is not a smaller pack
I ordered both sizes XS/S and S/M in the rainforest green so I could do a side by side comparison. The XS/S is supposed to be a smaller pack, which I thought would be better since some European airlines only allow a 19" size. The problem is, both packs were 21"! The only difference was the shoulder ...
I just spent 2 months backpacking Europe and this backpack held my entire life all through 12 different countries. It was comfortable when I got the straps adjusted correctly, fit in the compartments that it needed to, and I was able to stuff it full to fit so much more than I thought I would be abl...
21 x 14 x 9 inches