Osprey Packs Farpoint Wheeled 65L Travel Pack

Osprey Packs Farpoint Wheeled 65L Travel Pack
Osprey Packs Farpoint Wheeled 65L Travel Pack
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Farpoint Wheeled 65L Travel Pack by Osprey Packs
The Osprey Farpoint pack has been a staple for traveling in comfort and ease, and now it's been updated with a rolling option for people that live the traveling lifestyle. The Farpoint Wheeled 65L Travel Pack includes oversized wheels and a stowable backpack carry and hipbelt when the conditions demand. When traveling, the padded backpack harness and hipbelt are protected by a stowaway cover to prevent the straps from catching on airport belts or other luggage. The large zippered opening makes packing and unpacking easy, and multiple organizational pockets keep your gear in place. Compression straps synch up any unused space, and external attachment loops secure a sleeping bag and sleeping pad.

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