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Category: Backpacks

Osprey Quasar Review

Looking at picking up an Osprey Quasar 28? The Osprey Quasar 28 is a superb commuter backpack that can also serve just as well as a daypack for those who hike. Osprey Quasar 28 Read Reviews & Buy On Pros Lightweight and quality construction Usually stands upright Great comfort and back padding Lifetime warranty Fits 15″ laptop Hipbelt for stabalization while biking to work Cons Laptop sleeve is a little thin – designed with apple laptops in mind Secondary tablet…

Osprey Nebula Review (34L)

Looking at picking up an Osprey Nebula 34? Not a bad choice if I do say so myself. The Osprey Nebula 34 is a superb commuter backpack that can easily double for minimalist travel or one bagging. The Osprey Nebula 34 Read Reviews & Buy On Pros Lightweight build Stands upright Quality construction Great back comfort Lifetime warranty Fits laptop Hipbelt is removable Cons Laptop sleeve is a little thin – designed with apple laptops in mind Secondary tablet sleeve…

Osprey Exos 38 Review

The Osprey Exos 38 is my favorite pick for fast and light overnighters or even the odd long weekend bash through the bush. Its lightweight build make it a joy to carry and its cavern of a main compartment make for quick work of camp setup and breakdown. The Osprey Exos 38 is the the smallest backpack in the Exos line. And while I’ve heard reports of people using it on the Appalachian Trail for casual hikers and weekend warriors…

Osprey Talon 11 Review

The New Osprey Talon 11. Wow. It really excites me to write this review. The Talon line is my absolute favorite of the Osprey lines. I have a Talon 44, 22, and an Exos 58. The Exos 58 is more comfortable than last years Talon 44, but I just had to see how this new updated Talon harness and back panel feels. The Osprey Talon 11 is the the smallest backpack in the Talon line. Its best suited to adventures…