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Comfort

Atlas Packs Athlete

(1/2)

Important: Choose the Adventure or Athlete hip belt – otherwise you will have literally no padding on your hips. I don’t recommend using the bag without a hipbelt either. The Adventure belt is more comfortable as it provides two layers of foam padding and a wider webbing and buckle – it’s also bigger and bulkier.

Positive
21 days ago

Osprey Daylite Carry-On Travel Pack 44

(1/1)

The Airscape back panel is mesh covering a semi-rigid foam with small cut outs for comfort and breathability. The backpack straps are a similar construction with the sightly softer foam and are wide enough to comfortably distribute weight. There is a no waist belt, but there is a sternum strap with Osprey's signature whistle buckle (the sternum strap can be detached - I think they just get in the way with a travel pack). The straps tuck securely behind the panel when not in use and you can pass the pull handle for wheeled luggage through as well

Positive
Rob Winger
7 months ago

Compartment

Osprey Daylite Carry-On Travel Pack 44

(1/1)

The lower pocket on the front is about the same dimensions as a magazine but you could easily stash a jacket there. There are mesh water bottle pockets on either side, with compression straps just above them (handy for securing a full size umbrella or similar tall thin items). The Airscape back panel is mesh covering a semi-rigid foam with small cut outs for comfort and breathability. The backpack straps are a similar construction with the sightly softer foam and are wide enough to comfortably distribute weight

Positive
Rob Winger
7 months ago

Carry-on

Osprey Daylite Carry-On Travel Pack 44

(1/2)

Carry-On Compliance View 78/144 Airlines Capacity 44l Weight (lb) 2.33 lb (1.1 kg) Denier 600D Dimensions 21.5 in x 14 in x 9 in (54

Positive
1 month ago

Size

Strap

Osprey Daylite Carry-On Travel Pack 44

(1/1)

I especially like the low profile water bottle pockets, low profile grab handles, and the slick laptop compartment. My only real complaint is that the shoulder straps attach to the bottom of the bag with clips that attach to nylon webbing loops (instead of the usual plastic or metal D-rings). They are a little bit "fiddly" to use and don't seem quite as sturdy as other bags I have used. Finally, I have had no trouble with the zipper on the main compartment, but it doesn't seem quite as smooth or robust as the zippers on similar bags

Negative
BagMan57
2 months ago