JanSport Odyssey

2 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   1
3-star:   1
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

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More compartments than you know what to do with. Holds…

Rating: rated 3 of 5 stars
Max. Load Carried: 30 lbs
Height of Owner: 5'9"
Price Paid: $50

More compartments than you know what to do with. Holds a lot. Seems really sturdy but is a little heavy.

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Originally, I bought this as a weekender bag after…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Max. Load Carried: 30lbs
Height of Owner: 6'8"
Price Paid: $59

Originally, I bought this as a weekender bag after getting tired of the 8 lbs. empty Arc’Teryx Bora 80. I bought it sight unseen as it was a overstock from REI. Getting the bag and unpacking it, found a few features that really appealed to me in a day-pack.

First I still pack pretty heavy and I love that it had a cushioned back support to help ease the load. Also, it has compression clips to really get every inch in there. It really is amazing on how much you can get in to this smaller bag. The hydro pouch section was a little different that it was completely separated from the main bag due to this I was finding my self putting things in there, even though I already had a 3-quart Platypus in there.

I first decided to use it on an 8-mile hike north of Pasadena. It worked well but on the first trip I lost one set of the buckles that connected to the waist strap. These buckles are not sewn in and while that makes them easy to repair it also makes them easy to lose.

The bag performed as good as good be expected.

Overall for a bag that I bought for 60 dollars on sale it was a good buy but for the 100 it normally sells for i would look for something a little more tailored to exactly what you are going to use it for.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit JanSport's Odyssey page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The JanSport Odyssey pack is a comfort superstar! It sports a rich array of features that will come in handy when you're commuting across town or hitting the trail.

- REI

Jansport Odyssey Pack Organize your daily essentials inside the all-around Jansport Odyssey Pack. This trendy backpack has an incredible amount of storage combined with a classic design ideal for school, work or a short trip across town. It has a large main compartment with a large sleeve that fits a 3L hydration system or a 15 in. laptop. A deluxe utility pocket keeps your essentials organized while also providing convenient access to each pocket. The Odyssey features Biovent shoulder straps and a back panel for easy carrying comfort, plus it also comes with an ice axe loop, in case of an unplanned alpine trip. Its Ballistic nylon fabric provides the pack with a sturdy construction that lasts for years. No matter what the occasion, the Jansport Odyssey Pack is ready for the mission.

- SunnySports

Whether you're making the trek across campus or cruising up the canyon for a day hike, the JanSport Odyssey Backpack is the only bag you'll need. The padded sleeve keeps your laptop safely stowed during the week and can hold a three-liter hydration bladder when it comes time to hit the trail. Two main compartments help to keep gear organized, and the tuck-away waist-belt provides some additional support when you're covering tough terrain.

- Backcountry.com

The Odyssey has plenty of room for anything you could need. Versatile padded sleeve designed to fit a 3L hydration system or 15 laptop. 2350 cu in. 2 lbs 13 oz. 20 x 14 x 12.

- Ramsey Outdoor