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Osprey Farpoint 55

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The Osprey Farpoint 55 travel pack is built to take you to the far points of the globe, with the comfort of a long-haul pack and savvy convenience of a streamlined traveler. Main bag offers a panel-loading opening with lockable zippers, interior pocket and internal compression straps to cinch down contents. Also features removable sleeping pad straps, gear attachment points and top and side haul handles to offer additional carrying options. Adjustable suspension system can be stored in its own panel for streamlined transport as luggage. Spacer mesh back panel with LightWire frame promotes airflow and moisture dispersal during warm weather and heavy lugging. ErgoPull hipbelt closure enhances leverage for cinching, drawing tension along top and bottom, not through the center, to relieve hipbone pressure. Detachable daypack includes multiple internal and external pockets, tuckaway harness and an internal sleeve for hydration reservoir or a computer. External compression straps on the Osprey Farpoint 55 travel pack help secure the daypack and let you cinch down loads for jostle-free carrying.

- REI

Wanderlust can strike at any moment, and with the Osprey Farpoint 55 Pack, you'll be ready to head out in a hurry. This 2-in-1 backpack includes a panel-loading main bag as well as a detachable day pack for quick trips when you reach your destination. It also includes clips that attach it to the suspension of the main pack, so you can wear it kangaroo-style to keep valuables like your passport and wallet in view during rides on packed subways or walks on crowded streets in exotic locations.

- Backcountry.com