Osprey Porter 46
Based on 97 reviews
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- Great for travel
- Easily a carry-on which is crucial
- Separated area inside for shoes, laundry etc
- New 2021 version is terrible
- Nearly perfect
WTB - Osprey Porter 46, OR Old Version of Osprey Farpoint 40 without the vomitous green neon lining. Based in EU. Thanks!
I was worried about the size and lack of outer pockets but this bag is actually perfect. Easily a carry-on which is crucial. Also has a separated area inside for shoes, laundry etc. overall, worth the money and I think it will make the haul many miles. Tough material.
Bring back the nylon!
The new 2021 version is terrible. The main compartment is overtaken by the liquids pouch on top of the bag since the main zipper tapers down. This leaves you with a larger outer pocket and less volume in the main area. The outer fabric is horrible—a scratchy material that collects dust and pet hair ...
For some years I’ve been looking for the perfect daypack for the kind of travel I do: walking around in big cities. [A minimalist Gonex]([URL REMOVED] sufficed for a while, but I wanted a sling-style that was more comfortable and more organized. [This is my new favorite.]([URL REMOVED] 2019 I did th...
Two weeks in China - nearly perfect.
Nearly perfect. It's unusual I give a review of this level of detail. First, let me say that if you're debating about getting this bag - get it. 100%. Second, I bought this bag for a recent two week trip to China. The trip involved quite a bit of moving around the country and there weren't too many ...
Osprey Porter 46 Travel Pack
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It’s lumpy. All the stuff slides down to the bottom and feels bad shifting around on my back. I had an MLC and got rid of it after two painfully annoying flights. If walking through a couple airports were a drag I sure wouldn’t want to trek around far. Went with an Osprey Porter 46 to replace it.
This is a great travel bag. Only reason for 4 stars is the outside material isn’t at all weatherproof and picks up all kinds of lint/dog hair etc.
Upgraded from a older Osprey Porter which has been Goto travel back here in the US. I was looking forward to the relocation of the laptop sleeve, which I thought dropped in closest to the back, but this actually has a back/side zipper which is awesome. Like my older Porter, I plan on using this pack...
I have a Osprey Porter 46, which stays under the size limits when not completely packed out. It holds a ton of stuff, and it is designed to attach a smaller daypack to it. I bought the Osprey Daylite Plus for this, but it is strictly speaking too tall for a personal item, and I can't say I'm in love...
20 - 35 lb
210D x 630D Nylon Dobby
420HD Nylon Oxford
500D Nylon Pack cloth