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Apogee

Apogee
Lifestyle
Apogee Pack on Body
Cypress Green
Kraken Blue
Black
Cypress Green Side Back Side
Cypress Green Open
Kraken Blue Side Back Side
Kraken Blue Open
Sentinel Grey Front
Sentinel Grey Back
Sentinel Grey Side Back Side
Sentinel Grey Open
Black Side Back
Black Open
Side compression straps
Zippered Scratch Free Pocket
Stretch mesh side pockets
Padded laptop and tablet sleeve

Disponibilidad: En existencias

95,00 €

Despachos & Devoluciones

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  • Política de devoluciones de 30 días

Apogee

Organización para el día a día. Dinamiza tu estilo de vida con la Apogee. Esta elegante mochila incluye un cómodo panel posterior AirScape™ que se adapta al cuerpo a la perfección.

Su moderno diseño ofrece un nivel de organización perfecto para exploradores urbanos y para quienes buscan moverse con agilidad de un sitio a otro. La mochila incluye un espacio oculto en la parte frontal que permite recoger las cintas que quedan sueltas, así como discretos bolsillos que ofrecen un espacio seguro para tus objetos valiosos.

La funda interna acolchada para portátiles protege tus dispositivos y el respaldo AirScape™ la hace mucho más cómoda y ajustada.

Características principales

  • Panel posterior AirScape™ con bordes de espuma para añadir comodidad y un mejor ajuste
  • Tasca imbottita per laptop e tablet
  • bolsillos laterales de malla elástica
  • Punto de anclaje para la luz LED
  • bolsillos con cierres anti-ralladura que protegen las gafas de sol y los accesorios electrónicos
  • bolsillo frontal de organización
LISTA DE CARACTERÍSTICAS
Volumen: 28L
Peso: 0.82 kg
Dimensiones máximas (cm): 50 (l) x 29 (w) x 24 (d)
Tejido principal: 210/420/630D Nylon Dobby Blend

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Revisiones de Cliente

4.7
Basado en 7 opiniones
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Bachir
Very good product
Good product and good value, very sturdy.
Usable for commuting with your laptop as well as going for excursions (although more focused toward the first one).

Also very comfortable
Mik.ilik
perfect for travel
Very comfortable and functional, suitable for both, excursions and the city.
Edi
Good upgrade for comute backpack
Surprisingly light and sleek design (I already own Radial 26). I don't miss the rain cover, I borrow it from the former backpack. What is worth mentioning is that the two side pockets labelled as for water recipients can be used for virtually anything that fits them. What you put inside doesn't go out by itself.
The laptop compartment has also good mechanical isolation.
SidW
Smart, functional, maybe a little too stripped back
9 years ago I bought Osprey's Comet - a 28L 'everyday/commute' pack. It was my first Osprey and we went on a whirlwind affair. Years later it was over. And off it went to Osprey's repair service. In came the 28L Apogee. It wasn't just the lack of dirt and broken straps - this is a smart bit of kit.

I love the side pocket design, the functional access and the lack of mesh! Loving the water repellent finish, strap stow-away and the overall look - it makes the old Comet look very strappy and dated - so all good there. For a primarily urban pack it certainly looks the part - the 'Cypress green' is more towards to the grey end of the shade.

I'm a bit surprised that it has less internal pockets than the Comet - that model had a really useful pocket right at the opening of the main compartment. Externally the Comet also two front face compartments. The Apogee instead has a seperate second large compartment. What I miss is somewhere to put bike pieces or rain cover and keep them out of the way. A slim compartment on the face served this very well. The Comet also had a front face carry handle in addition to the one at the top which was surprisingly useful. Not sure why when so much is stripped back Osprey continue with a waist strap - I'm glad it comes off and can't imagine it ever being used.

So the Apogee looks very much a stylish bag and the old Comet looked like a backpack. I think one additional slim compartment, better (zipped) internal organisers and an included rain cover (tho the cover from my 12L Syncro fits it) would get this to 5/5 for me - but I'm happy with it for sure.
FABIO
A very good backpack
The best backpack ever. I find "apogee 20" an exceptional backpack. Light, practical and comfortable. Much better than imagined. Very resistant braces, fabrics and zips. Excellent for daily movements, even by bike. It is my second osprey backpack and I chose "apogee 20" for the materials and quality found. We'll see how it behaves over time
Fabio Lamberti
The best backpack
The best backpack ever. I find IT an exceptional backpack. Light, practical and comfortable. Much better than imagined. Very resistant braces, fabrics and zips. Excellent for daily movements, even by bike. It is my second osprey backpack (Farpoint 40) and I chose "APOGEE" for the materials and quality OSPREY signed. We'll see how it behaves over time.

Thank you Osprey.
Paul
I like this daysack. Really, really good to carry. Access is a little difficult.
This is the first daysack that I’ve found really compromises well on the features I was looking for. I wanted something which was as good to carry as a first class day hiker (like the Talon 22), but was actually designed with access to technology in mind. This ticked both those boxes well. It’s comfortable, rigid on the back, breathable and does definitely offer up quick access to a tablet, laptop and smaller bits from the two non-main compartments.

I only have two bits of feedback for improvement. First, the storm flaps on the zips are pretty chunky, and I think it slows down opening and closing the bag. Second, I find it difficult to access the bottom of the main compartment, particularly if the secondary compartment is packed out, which makes stowing big items like jackets a bit tricky in a hurry. The effect of the second point is that, often, the bottom of the main compartment isn’t packed out even when there’s kit in the compartment which I’ve tried to put there in a hurry.

I said the points were minor. I think this is a great all rounder.
  • Panel posterior AirScape™ con bordes de espuma para añadir comodidad y un mejor ajuste
  • bolsillo frontal de organización
  • Anilla de sujeción interno para las llaves
  • Punto de anclaje para la luz LED
  • Tasca imbottita per laptop e tablet
  • El cinturón de malla es removible
  • bolsillos laterales de malla elástica
  • bolsillos con cierres anti-ralladura que protegen las gafas de sol y los accesorios electrónicos

Reseñas (7)

Revisiones de Cliente

4.7
Basado en 7 opiniones
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  1 estrella 2 estrellas 3 estrellas 4 estrellas 5 estrellas
Rating
Bachir
Very good product
Good product and good value, very sturdy.
Usable for commuting with your laptop as well as going for excursions (although more focused toward the first one).

Also very comfortable
Mik.ilik
perfect for travel
Very comfortable and functional, suitable for both, excursions and the city.
Edi
Good upgrade for comute backpack
Surprisingly light and sleek design (I already own Radial 26). I don't miss the rain cover, I borrow it from the former backpack. What is worth mentioning is that the two side pockets labelled as for water recipients can be used for virtually anything that fits them. What you put inside doesn't go out by itself.
The laptop compartment has also good mechanical isolation.
SidW
Smart, functional, maybe a little too stripped back
9 years ago I bought Osprey's Comet - a 28L 'everyday/commute' pack. It was my first Osprey and we went on a whirlwind affair. Years later it was over. And off it went to Osprey's repair service. In came the 28L Apogee. It wasn't just the lack of dirt and broken straps - this is a smart bit of kit.

I love the side pocket design, the functional access and the lack of mesh! Loving the water repellent finish, strap stow-away and the overall look - it makes the old Comet look very strappy and dated - so all good there. For a primarily urban pack it certainly looks the part - the 'Cypress green' is more towards to the grey end of the shade.

I'm a bit surprised that it has less internal pockets than the Comet - that model had a really useful pocket right at the opening of the main compartment. Externally the Comet also two front face compartments. The Apogee instead has a seperate second large compartment. What I miss is somewhere to put bike pieces or rain cover and keep them out of the way. A slim compartment on the face served this very well. The Comet also had a front face carry handle in addition to the one at the top which was surprisingly useful. Not sure why when so much is stripped back Osprey continue with a waist strap - I'm glad it comes off and can't imagine it ever being used.

So the Apogee looks very much a stylish bag and the old Comet looked like a backpack. I think one additional slim compartment, better (zipped) internal organisers and an included rain cover (tho the cover from my 12L Syncro fits it) would get this to 5/5 for me - but I'm happy with it for sure.
FABIO
A very good backpack
The best backpack ever. I find "apogee 20" an exceptional backpack. Light, practical and comfortable. Much better than imagined. Very resistant braces, fabrics and zips. Excellent for daily movements, even by bike. It is my second osprey backpack and I chose "apogee 20" for the materials and quality found. We'll see how it behaves over time
Fabio Lamberti
The best backpack
The best backpack ever. I find IT an exceptional backpack. Light, practical and comfortable. Much better than imagined. Very resistant braces, fabrics and zips. Excellent for daily movements, even by bike. It is my second osprey backpack (Farpoint 40) and I chose "APOGEE" for the materials and quality OSPREY signed. We'll see how it behaves over time.

Thank you Osprey.
Paul
I like this daysack. Really, really good to carry. Access is a little difficult.
This is the first daysack that I’ve found really compromises well on the features I was looking for. I wanted something which was as good to carry as a first class day hiker (like the Talon 22), but was actually designed with access to technology in mind. This ticked both those boxes well. It’s comfortable, rigid on the back, breathable and does definitely offer up quick access to a tablet, laptop and smaller bits from the two non-main compartments.

I only have two bits of feedback for improvement. First, the storm flaps on the zips are pretty chunky, and I think it slows down opening and closing the bag. Second, I find it difficult to access the bottom of the main compartment, particularly if the secondary compartment is packed out, which makes stowing big items like jackets a bit tricky in a hurry. The effect of the second point is that, often, the bottom of the main compartment isn’t packed out even when there’s kit in the compartment which I’ve tried to put there in a hurry.

I said the points were minor. I think this is a great all rounder.

Características

  • Panel posterior AirScape™ con bordes de espuma para añadir comodidad y un mejor ajuste
  • bolsillo frontal de organización
  • Anilla de sujeción interno para las llaves
  • Punto de anclaje para la luz LED
  • Tasca imbottita per laptop e tablet
  • El cinturón de malla es removible
  • bolsillos laterales de malla elástica
  • bolsillos con cierres anti-ralladura que protegen las gafas de sol y los accesorios electrónicos