Osprey paquetes Fairview 40 mochila de viaje, mujer, 10001134, Misty Grey
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Osprey Fairview 40 S / M Misty Grey
o Material: 100% Nylon
o Dimensiones: Ancho: 30 cm, altura de 58 cm, profundidad 21 cm
o Color: Misty Gray (Brown / turquesa)
o Fabricante: Osprey
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Color: Misty Grey | Tamaño: S/M
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-- There are 2 mesh pockets on the front, which would be great to carry a water bottle (or anything really) in. But when the bag is packed, there's no way anything will fit in them unless it's a credit card or another item that thin.
-- Each time I take the pack off or on, the right strap (above the shoulders) slides down, so I have to continually readjust it. Even when tightened all the way, they don't fit snuggly against me. They don't seem to get tight enough for my average-shaped shoulders.
-- When I tighten the pack on my hips/waist using the waist straps, it causes the shoulder straps to loosen a bit, so the pack continually bounces around on my shoulders. It may be an issue with the fitting, but I've tried a variety of adjustments, and even had others adjust it for me, and it still bounces. It bounces no matter what.
-- This bag naturally curves, so when you attempt to put a laptop/notebook/book in the laptop pocket, it's really difficult. My books always come out with a new curve to them, so I don't trust it to protect my laptop thoroughly.
-- 4 ways to carry it (by the top with a handle, on the side with a handle, as a backpack, or by a shoulder strap)
-- Depending on how full the pack is, it will fit under the airplane seat (when this happened, I had 2 days worth of clothing + cosmetics -- no shoes).
-- Slides easily into the overhead compartment in the airplane, with no struggle, even if packed overfull.
-- Because it opens fully like a suitcase, it's very easy to pack and remove items from.
-- There are tightening straps both on the inside and on the outside. They are very well made and of high quality, so I never feel bad about pulling on them, and/or shoving multiple things under them.
-- I have fit a total of 5 days worth of clothing in here (2 work shirts, 2 pairs of jeans, pajama bottoms and a top, a pair of tennis shoes, 2 extra shirts, 2 sweatshirts, socks, undies, and cosmetics). I'm continually impressed with how much can fit in here!
-- Great quality, doesn't feel cheap in any way, shape, or form.
All in all, I would definitely recommend this bag for frequent travel. After traveling consistently for 4 months, I've decided that a rolling suitcase would be more convenient for me. However, I will absolutely still be using this bag for smaller trips, and my shorter hiking trips.
It's about time Osprey made a Farpoint designed for women. Farpoint is Fairview's brother. Instead of parroting what you can read above, I'll point out other details.
Although both have an adjustable suspension, Fairview's shoulder straps are narrower & more closely set than Farpoint. The hip belt is also a bit more tapered. It also comes with a shoulder strap. This more tapered and tailored fit will be a welcome change for anyone ever swallowed up by a big 40 pack. The straps remain typical, sturdy Osprey fare.
The bag will carry a laptop up 15.6 inches. However, it's preferable that the pouch be carried closer to your back. Not a big deal.
I love the outside mesh pockets. They're perfect for wet or dirty items. They're large enough to carry a 1 liter bottle in each. They're just overall very handy, convenient, large & useful. The pockets are more on the front than the side, however. So reaching them whilst wearing the pack takes some doing. You can't employ the compression straps if the pockets have bottles in them.
It's carry on friendly, so you needn't waste time & money with checking bags. You can also say goodbye to stolen or damaged luggage. Forty liters can sustain you for very lengthy trips. I lived out of 40 for 17 months. The money & time I saved from baggage claim enabled me to extend my trip.
If you think you might need more than 40 or you want space to add items, but you still wish to go all carry on. You still can't go wrong with Fairview... and a $25 foldable day pack. It won't take up an ounce of space because it will fit under the compression straps. So, if you're going to the beach, need a change of clothes but don't wanna lug a 40 around, break out your day pack. If you find you've added items or souvenirs, most airlines allow for a carry on plus 1 additional item like a laptop bag. Attach the day pack to your front & Fairview to your back. You'll have up 65 liters, hands free, all carry on, no damage, no loss.
The main compartment is lockable. Yes, someone could just take your entire bag, but for those times you're staying in an AirBnB with others, it might keep others from taking items. Just a nice safety feature to have while your bag is in the overhead & you're sound asleep.
I always try to make discerning reviews. So far my two issues are minor - The laptop pocket should be closer to your back and the compression straps cannot be used whilst the outer pockets are in use. I also love hip belts with pockets for easy-to-reach items when I'm not wearing cargos. All & all, these are hardly deal breakers. A different bag would likely be a trade off with different minor issues.
Between the construction, design, appearance & Osprey backing, you really cannot go wrong with Fairview. Like most Osprey products, I highly recommend it & Osprey stands firmly behind it. It's one of the few designed specifically for women. Quite simply well done.