Osprey Porter 65

Priced: $129.00 - $130.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 8 reviews.
Osprey Porter 65
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The Osprey Porter Series Travel Packs provides basic gear hauling ability in a stylish, organized backpackable package. Porter travel packs are Osprey accessory compatible with D-rings for easy attachment. You can wear your Osprey Porter like a pack, using the easy-stow harness and fabric wing hipbelt, or use an optional shoulder strap for over-the-shoulder carry.

Fabric:

  • Comfortable shoulder straps and a fabric waistbelt quickly tuck away into the padded back panel when they aren't needed
  • Tuck-away fabric waistbelt with 1.5 in. webbing
  • 1680D ballistic polyester is durable and great-looking; 420HD nylon pack cloth is light and strong
  • 420D HD nylon packcloth
  • Made of 1680 D Ballistic nylon/ 840 D Ballistic nylon.

Padding:

  • Padded sidewalls and StraightJacket™ compression combine to keep the contents protected, and ensure the pack carries comfortably whether half full or maxed out
  • Padded top and side handles provide comfortable grip; low-profile handle makes for speedy, easy grabs

Hipbelt:

  • Waypoint hipbelt with Ergopull design.
  • Stowable backpack style harness and hipbelt.

Sizing:

  • StraightJacket™ compression secures any size load effectively

Zippers:

  • Internal zippered access to full mesh pocket.
  • External zippered top pocket keeps separate frequent-use items; internal zippered pocket on front panel helps organize the interior
  • Zippered top pocket provides quick access to toiletries and liquids
  • Oversized zipper pulls.
  • Zip-away harness and tuck-away hip belt for easy carry.
  • Large panel-access zip to main compartment with lockable sliders makes grabs quick and easy and secures belongings
  • Zip-away shoulder harness with adjustable chest strap makes on-the-back hauling comfortable and convenient, when you need it

Pockets:

  • Large top slash pocket with internal key clip.

Straps:

  • Attachment tabs for optional shoulder strap (sold separately).
  • Rescue whistle is at the ready on the sternum strap

Features:

  • Low-profile lower grab handles speed retrieval from baggage carousel
  • The Porter's wide open, internal space is designed to accommodate bulky, oversized gear.
  • Porter 65 has Add-On™ D-ring attachments; Osprey recommends a DayLite add-on-ready detachable daypack (available separately)
  • Multiple attachment points and dual daisy chains.
  • 3967 cu in
  • 26" x 15" x 11"
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FEATURES of the Osprey Porter 65.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Osprey Porter 65.

SummitHut.com

The Porter 65 from Osprey distills the essence of a travel pack into its lightest, cleanest form. This pack is ideal for the traveler trying to keep it simple. Comfortable shoulder straps and a fabric waistbelt quickly tuck away into the padded backpanel when they aren’t needed. Fully padded sidewalls and StraightJacket™ compression combine to keep the contents protected and ensure the pack carries comfortably whether it’s half full or completely maxed out.


Backcountry.com

Capacious enough to easily accommodate a week's worth of gear, the Osprey Porter 65 Backpack also is versatile and impressively mobile. You can sling it over your shoulder in a mad dash from bus to plane, or don it like a full-on backpack for the trek to gate Z99. Either way, you'll pass everyone with unwieldy cases as they impatiently fidget on the barely moving walkway or huff, puff, and sweat all over their belongings.


REI

The ruggedly built Osprey Porter 65 distills the essence of a travel pack into its lightest, cleanest form. It's ideal for travelers who want to keep it simple.

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Zappos.com
Haul your basic gear around in style with the Porter 65 by Osprey®.
Features an easy-stow harness and fabric wing hipbelt for easy packaging and secure fit.
Includes an optional shoulder strap for over-the-shoulder carry.
Large compartment space is designed to accommodate bulky, oversize gear.
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Available in two sizes the Porter series provides basic gear hauling ability in a stylish and organized backpack. With the StraightJacket™ compression system and padded foam walls all your gear stays organized and protected.  The Porter series also offer their D-ring Osprey AddOns™ attachment system.
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Access Type :Top loading
Activity:Travel
Adjustable torso:No
Bag style:Backpack
Capacity:3967 in³ / 65 L
Carry-on size:No
Checkpoint-friendly:No
Depth:12 1⁄2 in
Dimension:(H x W x D)
Dimensions:26 x 15 x 11 in
Gear capacity (L):65 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):3,967 cubic inches
Laptop compartment:No
Material:Ballistic / nylon pack cloth
Number of exterior pockets:1 + main compartment
Number of pockets:3.
Number of stays:0
Size:26 in. x 15 in. x 10 in.
Strap Drop:13 1⁄2 in
Torso Fit :Standard
Volume:3967 cubic inches / 65 liter
Waist Belt Fit :Standard
Weight:3 lbs 1 oz / 1.40 kg
Wheeled:No
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Osprey Porter 65 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Light weight bag for city to city travel

My husband and I just shared this bag on a month long trip in Europe with 8 stops and we loved it. The way the front panel unzips so you can see and access everything in the bag without unpacking is great. We loved the way the straps slip into the bag so it's not difficult for air travel when you need to check the bag. The bag is super light and high quality - especially the zippers. We appreciated the inside pockets to keep some stuff separated out.

We also liked the way the compression straps worked. We're both pretty confident that if the bag wasn't fully loaded and was compressed, you could use it as a carry-on on an airplane.

The only downside is that when it was loaded up, it was heavy and because the straps are on the thin side and the waist belt isn't padded, it was uncomfortable to carry for long distances. If you're looking for the most comfortable, padded bag to carry, this isn't it. Wouldn't recommend it for a backpacking trip with a lot of hiking or hauling, but it's perfect for easily and quickly moving your stuff from point A to B over cobblestones or up and down stairs.

We considered a lot of different bags and were both so glad we chose this one. We almost talked ourselves into a backpack with a lot of dangling straps that would need to be bagged for air travel and a bag that converts from a backpack to a roller. In the end we decided we wanted the leanest, meanest bag we could get and the porter really did a great job.
ashinla at REI on 08/08/2013
I fly over 100 flights a year and have for 20 years and this bag is the best backpack style bag I've ever used. I like the way the back pack shoulder and waist straps are less substantial and easier to tuck away than other backpacks I've used that were designed for hiking. I only use the straps to and from the airport or hotel so the is no need for the extra padded straps needed on long hikes. another great feature is the straps used to close the bag can be extended to a set of tucked away buckles and cinched town tight when your bag has a small amount of cargo. this makes for a more streamlined pack on your back. There are a few zippered pockets to store miscellaneous items. I recommend this bag to people looking for a backpack style luggage. It works great!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 09/09/2012

Light weight, holds a lot

I really wanted a bag that I could carry on my back instead of wheels. This bag was great! It held 6 outfits, 2 pairs of shoes, pjs, swimwear, and the full size REI toiletry kit. I had room for gifts too. Not too heavy, and all the straps have a garage for storage. Fit in the overhead compartment on the plane easily.
Tenaflyrobin at REI on 08/08/2013

Osprey Porter travel pack duffel

we used this product traveling both train, and auto, car camping, and over seas flight. The versatility of this product is outstanding, as we're able to utilize the pack sac straps as well as the duffel handles. The 65l capacity is perfect for those 3-7 day trips either packing around hotels/vehicles, as well as euro train traveling over seas.
Stever10 at REI on 01/01/2014

Great Gear Bag

Great bag. Easily fits all my climbing gear including rope, quick draws, helmet and two pairs of shoes.
Only con is that it is already starting (after 2 weeks) to show a some wear and tear on the bottom of the bag. I will have to be more careful with where I set it down.
evavrina at REI on 01/01/2014

Great for designed use

I have traveled extensively, world wide, with the Porter 65. For its designed use, it is good equipment. Not made for extreme expeditions, it is simple and clean, durable and even with all my extended travel gear I found out it floats !
santacruztim at REI on 07/07/2013

Quality bag

I have not used it yet. I like the strong fabric, reinforced seems and catches, snaps. removable valuables pouch
neutral colors, Wish it had light weight wheels. Great looking bag.
NorAvatar at REI on 10/10/2013

Negative Reviews:

Thin, no-cushion shoulder straps

I used the Osprey Porter 65 to travel to the Indian Himalayas for one month, and it was not loaded down. Nonetheless, after 10-15 minutes, I found that the pack was extremely uncomfortable. The shoulder straps are thin, cheap straps that dig into the shoulders because they have no cushion. For example, all of my daypacks, including my REI Lookout 40 bag, have considerably higher quality shoulder straps that are wider and have much more cushion, which is rather odd considering how much smaller their capacity is.

To top it off, the breast strap snapped off during the 2nd or 3rd day of use, something that I've never had happen in 25 years of using backpacks.

I am going to attempt to return this backpack to REI. If I cannot return it, I will attempt to replace the straps. If I cannot do that, I will use it as a camping storage bag and never use it again as a backpack.

The other aspects of the bag are good, including the capacity, general functionality, and how the straps tuck away for transit on planes or buses. But it's painful to use as a backpack, and for that design flaw alone, I cannot give this more than one star.
elevenshadows at REI on 07/07/2013