Daylite Plus by Osprey
The Osprey Daylite Plus is a versatile daypack that delivers a comfortable carry—we just wish the side water bottle pockets were a bit more secure.
Transporter 40 by Osprey
The Osprey Transporter 40 claims to be a “brilliant all-round travel pack,” but it falls short in a few key areas. While we like the hideaway harness system and compression cube, the lack of a water bottle pocket and laptop compartment prove tough to deal with in a real-world environment.
Ultralight Packing Cube Set by Osprey
There’s no getting around it, the Osprey Ultralight Packing Cubes rank among the best packing cubes we’ve tested to date. They’re lightweight, easy to organize, durable, and easy on the wallet. Even though the material is a bit slick and they only have one zipper, these cubes are an ideal set for your one bag travel pack.
Daylite by Osprey
If you’re looking for a go-to daypack from a trusted and reliable brand, you can’t go wrong with the Osprey Daylite. We’ve been impressed with its harness system and comfortable carry, but the lack of a dedicated laptop compartment may be an issue for some.
Porter 46 by Osprey
For better or worse, the Osprey Porter 46 is a big pack with a big capacity. Bulk it up or cinch it down, the Porter is a durable option for those who tend to carry more.
Fairview 40 by Osprey
The Osprey Fairview is similar to their best selling Farpoint series, but designed with women in mind—and at 40L, perfect for one bag travel.
Farpoint 40 by Osprey
We’ve been testing the Osprey Farpoint 40 Travel Backpack for over a year and love the durability, carry, and hideaway harness system. However, the laptop sleeve is a bit puzzling and the aesthetic may not be for everyone.