Osprey Packs Sojourn 80L Rolling Gear Bag

Osprey Packs Sojourn 80L Rolling Gear Bag
Osprey Packs Sojourn 80L Rolling Gear Bag
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Sojourn 80L Rolling Gear Bag by Osprey Packs
Travel logistics can be complicated when you're planning a few weeks of cross-continental exploration, so trust the Osprey Sojourn 28 Wheeled Convertible Backpack to simplify your packing routine. With a yawning 80L main chamber ready to stash your most essential gear, the durable pack efficiently transitions from a roller to a backpack as you navigate airports and faraway locales. Osprey includes its renowned suspension system on the Sojourn, so you can carry it over long distances with weight distributed evenly across your back and hips while enjoying ample breathability. In addition to an assortment of internal and external pockets, the pack features daisy chain loops on its exterior for attaching less fragile gear. Compression straps and a dependable Highroad chassis keep the pack streamlined and rolling quickly when time is of the essence.

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