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Talon 22

Talon 22
Hiking with the Talon 22
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Talon 22 Back - Yerba Green Back
Talon 22 Front - Yerba Green
Black
Ultramarine Blue
Martian Red
Talon 22 Front - Martian Red
Talon 22 Back Side - Martian Red Back/Side
Talon 22 Back - Martian Red Back
Adjustable Torso Length
Top Lid Access
External Hydration Access
LidLockLidLock
Airscape Backsystem

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120,00 €
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Talon 22

Souvent copié, jamais égalé. Basée sur 10 ans de travail de design, la nouvelle génération de produits emblématiques Talon est prête. Le modèle Talon 22 est doté d’un design sobre et moderne et répond à toutes vos attentes, quelle que soit la nature de vos aventures. Il s’agit d’un véritable polyvalent qui ne vous décevra jamais, avec son design fait pour s’agripper à votre dos comme un koala.

Le nouveau panneau dorsal ingénieux AirScape™ en mousse cannelée, combiné à la ceinture abdominale avec enveloppement seamless de la région lombaire, augmente la circulation de l’air et le confort d’utilisation. Le système maintient la charge proche du corps et la répartit de façon équilibrée sur les hanches.

Le modèle Talon 22 est doté d’un réglage de la longueur du dos, pour garantir une bonne assise du paquetage et un maximum de confort d'utilisation. Le sac est complet avec ses solutions innovantes comme la fixation pour bâtons de trekking Stow-on-the-Go™, la fixation LidLock™ pour casque de VTT, un système de fixation simple pour piolet et des sangles de compression InsideOut™. Les poches à fermeture éclair placées sur chaque côté de la ceinture abdominale autorisent un accès rapide à de petits objets comme un smartphone, une barre énergétique ou un appareil GPS. On trouve encore sur le dessus du rabat une poche pratique destinée aux petites pièces d’équipement. L’avant du sac est équipé d’une grande poche PowerMesh™, idéale pour une veste mouillée ou une couche de vêtement supplémentaire. Il est essentiel de bien s’hydrater durant vos activités: un accès externe avec poignée pour votre réservoir à eau permet de le remplir facilement et rapidement.

Le modèle Talon 22 est compatible avec tous les réservoirs Hydraulics™ et avec la housse de protection de petite taille Small High Vis Raincover.

Le sac Talon 22 léger, confortable, robuste et particulièrement polyvalent constitue le bon choix pour toutes vos aventures.

Équipements clés

  • Panneau arrière AirScape™ avec mousse en accordéon recouverte d'une maille pour plus de confort et de maintien
  • Enveloppement seamless de la zone lombaire jusqu’à la ceinture abdominale
  • Accès au panneau par fermeture éclair
  • Longueur du torse réglable
  • Accès externe pour hydratation
  • Attache pour baton de marche Stow-on-the-Go™
LISTE DES SPÉCIFICITÉS
Poids: 0.81 kg (M/L)
Dimensions maximum (cm): 51 (l) x 28 (w) x 28 (d)

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Ryan
Very versatile bag!
Excellent bag for day trips out, very comfortable to wear. Lots of handy features make it easy to access certain high use items quickly and easily.
Jarmo
In Finnish "halvatun hyvä"
I have used few weeks and I am very happy. This works well in nature and is very nice to carry. I am 176 cm tall and L size suits me well. Reppu toimii hienosti ja on lähes huomaamaton kantaa. Hyvin mahtuu päivittäisiä elintarvikkeita kyytiin kauppareissuilta , noin 5-6 kg, ja tosi mukava kantaa kotiin ( 4 km) - ei tarvitse autoa klauppareissuilla. Istuvuus ja mukavuus on aivan loistava.
Neels
Bon sac mais..
Le Talon 22 semble de bonne qualité après quelques utilisations en randonnée. Cependant, j'ai acheté ce sac en février 2019, mois pendant lequel un réservoir était offert pour tout sac acheté sur le site. Le réservoir n'est jamais arrivé, sous prétexte que la promotion commençait le 22 février. Or, cela n'est pas stipulé clairement sur le site.
Talster
This pack ticks all of the boxes and then some
I bought the Talon 22 around four months ago to replace the very disappointing Montane Ultra Tour 22. I spent a bit of time reading the reviews on the Talon 22, and also, trying out various makes of backpacks in the various outdoor shops at Keswick and Ambleside.

I have one of the large Hydra Flask bottles (1 litre) and I struggled to find some of these sized backpacks, that had a side pocket that was deep enough to hold this bottle (a lot of the side pockets on the other backpacks were too shallow and if I leaned over to the side the bottle was virtually falling out, which is not what you want).

After trying the rest of this sized packs, I began looking more closely at the Talon 22. It was perfect for my uses. My uses for the Talon 22 are, 3-4 hours day walks, and also I wanted to travel with it. I plan on taking the Talon 22 to London with me on the train (to hold items needed while on the train), and plan on using it to carry my bridge camera, jacket, and drinks, and any little bits and bobs I purchase that day.

So with the Talon 22, you get two generously sized side pockets, which as I’ve mentioned are generously deep and can easily hold a 1 litre bottle, without fear of it falling out (if needs be you can pull tight the insideout compression straps (more on these later in the review). A very large front stash pocket, which is ideal for wet clothing, or a very large bottle or other large item you want quick access to. The front stash pocket, also has an adjustment strap, where you can tighten the pocket down to hold something more securely. On the front is also a LidLock helmet attachment. This is a nice included feature for if you are using the Talon 22 for communing or travelling on a bike, or rock climbing.

At the very top of the bag is a zipped compartment, which has a soft none scratch interior, ideal for delicate items that are easily scratched (phone, glasses, sunglasses for example) this compartment is also ideal if you want to keep something close at hand without needing to go deep inside the pack, or you simply may want to keep items separate from the main compartment.

In the main compartment is a little mesh zipped pocket. This is ideal for placing small items in, and I regularly use it to keep cash, bank cards, and other small items in.

The main compartment is accessed by a double zip, that gives a large opening and in turn an easy access area for easy loading of the items you want to keep in there. The main area is quite large (but obviously not massive as the Talon 22 is 22 litres in size) and is easily large enough to hold a waterproof jacket, and food for the day, with a little room to spare. Just be aware that items placed in the very top outer pocket, will reduce the amount of room available in the main compartment.

The back system on the Talon 22 is called Airscape. This system basically has foam cut ridges, and on top of this is a suspended mesh material, which has a small gap between it and the foam cut ridges, which Osprey claim gives a lightweight and comfortable contact area, and gives breathability and helps reduce getting a sweaty back. I haven’t had chance to use the Talon 22 in hot weather, but what I can tell you so far, is that the Talon 22 and its back panel make it the most comfortable pack I have ever worn.

The back panel/harness has an adjustment system on it, which you use as follows:
Loosen the load lifter straps at the top of the harness, slide hand between backpanel and harness to release the Velcro attachment and slide harness up or down into position using arrows to guide. Firmly press on backpanel to reengage to Velcro attachment.
This feature allows for a precise adjustment of the back length/harness length, so that it can precisely fit your torso length very accurately. Also behind the backpanel is a slot/sleeve to store an hydration reservoir if desired. Roughly speaking, you want the back panel adjusted, so that the hipbelt fins sit squarely on your hip bones.

Also, the back system on the Talon 22, has enough structural rigidity when the Talon 22 is almost empty, so that the back panel does not (for want of a better word) collapse in/fold in on its self. This rigidity when almost empty is vitally important to me, as there are quite a lot of the time when I do not fill the Talon 22 to anywhere near its maximum capacity.

For example, there are times when all I have in my Talon 22 is my small bridge camera in the main compartment, and just a water bottle in the side pocket and nothing else. Now, when doing this with my previous backpack (Montane Ultra Tour 22) the back panel had no rigidity whatsoever (had all the rigidity of a piece of wet lettuce), unless the pack was filled to capacity, which resulted in the back panel collapsing in on its self, and this made for an uncomfortable feeling on the back.

The chest harness on the Talon 22 has a similar foam cut , mesh covered system that the back panel has for breathability and comfort. Also on the sternum strap is a built in whistle in the buckle, which is a very nice touch indeed. Also while still on the chest harness, there is a little stretch mesh pocket on the left handside harness strap. This I find is ideal and perfectly sized for a small torch, for when I’m out and about in the darker months. You could also use this pocket to store an energy bar or similar. Like the backpanel, the chest harness/harness straps are incredibly comfortable.

On the left chest harness strap is a stow on the go trekking pole attachment, this allows for quick ease at hand storage and quick access to your trekking poles. From Osprey’s instructions on this stow on the go feature:

1: Locate the elasticized loop on the lower left side of pack. While pulling the loop out from the pack, insert the basket end of the trekking poles into the loop.

2: On the left harness strap locate the trekking pole icon. Pull up on the cord to open, place pole handles in the loop and tighten with the cord lock to secure.

3: Reverse these steps to remove the trekking poles.

On the right chest harness is a dual and single ice tool loops.

Around the stretch side pockets, are insideout compression straps. These allows you to compress the pack down when it’s not full if desired. Or fully stabilize or tightly grip items stored in the side pockets.

Last but not least is the hipbelt:

The hip panels again shares the same foam cut design features that the back panel and chest harness straps use. There are two zipped pockets on the hipbelt. These are ideally sized for placing keys, small snack, or any other small item you want to have easily at hand. At the end of the hipbelt is the pull adjusters and buckle closure. I rarely fill the pack with any amount of weight, so I rarely use the hipbelt and instead I bundle them up and shove them in the zipped hipbelt pockets and zip them up, so that they are out of the way.

The only little negative that I have with the Talon 22, is that I wish it had come with a raincover. I needed to purchase one of these separately, and really a raincover should have been included as Osprey packs aren’t exactly cheap. For usefulness to purchasers of the Talon 22 and or a suitable raincover for it. After contacting Osprey and mentioning that I would rarely use the Talon 22 filled to it’s capacity, Osprey advised me that the XS size would be the best option, and that is the one I went with. The link to it is below:

https://www.ospreyeurope.com/shop/gb_en/ultralight-high-vis-raincover-xs

To sum up and bring this review to a close:
I’ve owned countless rucksacks over the years, but the Talon 22 has to be the best of them all for me. It has the required pockets and sized pockets I need. It has all the compartments I need. And on top of that there are the extremely useful and well thought out features that Osprey chose to put on the Talon 22. And lastly the comfort of the Talon 22 is again the best I’ve experienced, partly down to the adjustable back panel/torso length adjustment system, which ensures the pack sits at the correct parts of your body and also the materials used in this system. This pack has everything I can think of and then some. It’s not often we can buy a product, that ticks ALL of the boxes, but with the Talon 22, this is one of those rare products that does indeed tick ALL of the boxes.
Frank
Very good, with only some tiny shortcomings
Recently purchased one and very much enjoying it. The main compartment has ample room for my needs, both on a daily basis as when out and about in nature. The options for adjusting the pack to my body are excellent and provide plenty of comfort.
Too bad that, after some time in the rain, water will start to slowly creep in and the form-factor doesn't allow for a rain cover very well. Also, I regret the lack of straps along the front, which I always used with other packs (e.g. a Kode 22 I used to own) to tie down things onto my back. One or two extra compartments, for example in the lower half and on the inside could be beneficial as well.
That being said, these are just minor shortcomings, seeing as the overall experience is just fine.
Simone
Perfetto per avventure giornaliere in qualsiasi stagione
Leggero, capiente, confortevole e versatile.

Lo zaino si adatta perfettamente alle curve della schiena grazie alla possibilità di regolare l'altezza degli spallacci. Sono alto 187 cm e la misura M/L è perfetta per me.

La capienza di questo zaino consente di portare con sè tutto il necessario per escursioni giornaliere anche nelle stagioni più fredde.
Unica pecca: la mancanza di raincover che è comunque possibile acquistare separatamente.

Il prezzo è più alto rispetto a prodotti simili di altre marche ma la qualità Osprey non ha rivali sia in termini di versatilità che di longevità. Consigliato
Andreas Cross Country Skier, Student and Triathlete
Durable, light and versatile! Had mine for 4 years, used for everything and still in good condition.
Ive used my Talon22 for 4years. Its been my backpack for highschool and university. Ive filled it to the brink with heavy books and used alot of force on the zippers and i still it remains in good condition.

Ive also used it as a backpack for hikes, ultra-distance races and cross-country skiing and it preforms well. If you pack smart you can fit alot of stuff in it, its camelback option is great. Its light and can be adjusted well to fit my body while running.

Only critisism: In very heavy rain it may leak through a bit, but ive almost never had a problem with this.

Strongly recommend it!
Bob74
Superbe produit.
Je viens de recevoir ce produit (coloris ultramarine/blue) que je trouve magnifique dans sa présentation et sa finition.
Lorsque je l'ai déballé, des personnes présentes, qui ne connaissaient pas la marque, ont été agréablement stupéfaites.

Malgré le nombre assez important de poches (surtout les poches de la sangle ventrale) et rangements (avec crochet pour les clés dans une poche interne), le sac reste assez léger et permettra d'effectuer de longues randonnées de la journée.
Bien sur, pour conserver ce faible poids, Osprey n'a pas mis de housse anti pluie. Dommage, mais je le comprends. Pour remédier à ce problème je passerais de temps à autre de l'imperméabilisant. Si cela ne suffit pas, je prendrais la housse de protection.
Finalement, il n'est pas si petit (22 l) que cela.
N'ayant pas encore étrenné, ni rempli ni réglé ce sac (ce ne sera fait que dans une douzaine de jours), je ne peux donc me prononcer sur son confort.
Lorsque j'aurais effectué quelques randonnées, si je le trouve bien, ce dont je ne doute pas, je prendrais un Tempest 20 pour mon épouse.
John
Excellent - in dry conditions!
I agree about the excellent quality, confort and features of the bag as expressed in virtually all reviews. However, I had expected a little better water resistance from the basic bag. It seems necessary in prolonged wet conditions either to pack sensitive items in individual plastic bags or to purchase the rain cover - a little disappointing!
Franzi
Toller, leichter Rucksack
Ich habe den Rucksack in rot - in jeder Hinsicht ein Hingucker! Die Aufteilung der Fächer und Taschen ist toll. Tragekomfort ist sehr gut, auch der Hüftgurt und Brustgurt erleichtern einem das Tragen zusätzlich.
Für das Regencover habe ich die kleinere Größe als angegeben gewählt und auch diese passt noch sehr gut und sitzt satt, aber ist nicht zu klein!
Einziges Manko für mich: der Rucksack steht nicht von selbst, er fällt immer um. Aber das liegt wohl an der ergonomischen Form des Rucksackes, was zugegebenermaßen viel wichtiger ist als ein von sich aus stehender Rucksack.
Addo
Talon 22 - a great bag
This is by far the best day bag I have ever had, and I've had plenty.
I've travelled the world, well off the 'beaten track' and I must say this bag is fantastic.
It's light, has a great harness and fits really well once you adjust it to suit your torso.
The number of pockets is right for me too.
We (2 adults and 2 kids aged 11 and 13) just got back from travelling in Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia Hertzgovina and this was our favourite bag to carry our essentials (Passports, water, money and coats) for the day as we wandered around from our base.
The build quality is also great.
I've nothing bad to say about this product. It is the best designed and functional bag in its category by far. 5 stars all the way.
However, (this is a small thing, but in the way of positive feedback) I believe Osprey could do a better job at identifying all the features which are on the bag, what they do and how they are adjusted etc. While I had a great time working them all out, identifying and describing them better to a potential buyer through the website could land the deal.
Well done Osprey, a master class in fit, form and function!
mjtlee
It’s only a backpack...
True, but what a lovely exposition. Contoured fit, beautifully designed, and thoughtfully finished. This is my first Osprey but I won’t be buying another brand for the time bring. I am lusting after my next
Paul
best backpack for ages
Hi,
after having used quite a few backpacks over the last 30 years or so, I've got to say that this one is a real treat, whatever you'll use it for. I use it as a daypack to work as well as for hikes. the fit is excellent and the weight helps when carrying my camera gear along. I gave it a try after having beenfallen in love with its bigger brother, the Talon 44
Admiral
Room for the Raincover
Not using a hydration bag, I use that clip to secure a D ring I sewed to the top of my high viz rain cover. It then tucks away where the hydration bag woulds have been. When it rains, it can be easily pulled out, and covers the rucksack (still clipped, which means It can never blow off in high winds). It doesn't occupy any space "in the rucksack", and is always easily deployed without opening the rucksack. I can recommend this arrangement to anyone who does not use the hydration bladder.
I would have given this rucksack 5 stars, had it had more "attachment points" for fixing "extras".
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Admiral,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review for the Talon 22.

This seems like a great idea, we're pleased to hear that it really works for you and that you find it useful. However, we just wanted to comment that, adding additional webbing, attachment points and straps to this pack will only increase its overall weight. The Talon is designed to be super lightweight and therefore, we did strip back on some of the smaller features and any additional webbing to keep this pack as much below 1Kg as possible.

I have passed your feedback onto our Design Team for future consideration.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Andrew
Excellent pack
There's nothing not to like. Bought this to do Yorkshire three peaks challenge, and didn't even realise I was wearing a pack for most of the walk, despite it being fully packed. Just absolutely wonderful to wear. I also bought hiviz rain protection as another reviewer--Steven--recommended, but disagree that XS is a better fit. Fully packed, the XS does physically go over the pack, but the drawcord is strained to maximum, which would decrease it's longevity. Even though the 20-35l version is baggier, it is the correct size for this pack. Note that a tight rain protection will eventually allow heavy rain to seep through to the pack but a baggier one will not. I've had several packs over the years, the last one being a Haglöfs Corker day pack, but this is the best one i've ever used.
Steven
I recommend XS sized raincover for previous model
I have recently purchased the previous version of the Talon 22, not sure if the update is just cosmetic. I originally purchased a small sized hi-vis raincover (20-35 litre), but found it far too baggy for the Talon 22, there was masses of excess material. I have since changed the cover for the XS (10-20 litre) version which is a much better fit, even with the rucksack well filled. The rucksack itself is great and comfortable to wear.
Tim Bunch
Talon 22
If there is a better pack out there for hiking I have not found it, this is simply brilliant !

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Sam Sykes
Very comfortable
I love this bag. I can fit about anything I want in it for cycling / walking day trips, its extremely comfortable and very light weight. It has a number of handy pockets and the water pouch part at the back is easy to use and very handy. The best bag I've ever had.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Ivo
Great pack
This is just a great backpack. Love how it fits my back, allows my back to breathe, the convenient layout, and the looks. Enjoyed it on hikes, bike & horse trips and around the city. Light weight and allows my back to breathe.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Daniel Trendafilov
Еxcellent
Еxcellent!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Bob
An Excellent backpack
Excellent lightweight day pack. You can easily forget you have it on
Surprisingly strong and durable
I like all the extra features and have found I can also quick stow my camera using the walking pole stow system

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Ben
Sac a dos basic et cher
Je trouve que les finissions du sac (tissus élastique de faible qualité) ne sont pas de très bonne facture mais que le confort est plutôt bon ( très bon dos et système de réglage)

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Marcus
Optimum in dieser Größe
Wer einen Rücksack sucht, der durch eine körpernähe Führung mit ausreichender Ventilation glänzt, ist sehr gut bedient. In der Größe M/L sitzt er bei sportlichen Aktivitäten sowohl bei Männern als auch bei Frauen ab 180cm Körperlänge optimal. Sehr durchdachte Kompressionsriemen und Helmbefestigung. Einsatzgebiet Tagesbergtouren (mit Klettersteig) und Mountain-Biking.
Lediglich auf eine integrierte Regenhülle muss verzichtet werden, daher ein Stern Abwertung.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Richie
Brilliant backpack
This is the best backpack I have ever seen. The straps are comfortable and spread the load so well I forget I'm wearing it. The pockets in the waist strap are a work of genius, so simple, and incredibly useful.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Stew Shaw
My Talon 22.
The best bay sack ever, from Snowdon to Hills around Port Stanley in the Falklands. Strong, water proof and does what it says. Will not buy another day sack.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Giofasa71
Il meglio
Zaino perfetto: polivalente, leggero, solido ed incredibilmente versatile. Si ha l'impressione che ogni caratteristica sia stata studiata per massimizzare l'efficienza e la comodità d'uso.
Ho apprezzato in particolare l'aggancio dei bastoncini senza dover togliere lo zaino e la tasca per la sacca di idratazione esterna allo zaino.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Niccolò
Work of Art
Bellissimo zaino, si vede la cura adoperata in ogni minimo dettaglio ! Ha caratteristiche da zaino da backpacking (come lo schienale regolabile) in una versione da trekking giornaliero, ma la qualità fa sì che possa essere adoperato per più ambiti !

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Ian
A great pack but a bit small
The Talon 22L a bit small for my hiking needs. It would be better if there was a 25L version for added capacity (the 33L is a bit too big as I only fill it if wild camping or winter hiking). The Talon 22L does have some good features - the mesh back-system is very comfortable, the easy to remove hydration pack (a must for me), even when the pack is full, the sturdy hip belt is comfortable, though the pockets are not waterproof like the rest of the pack, the stretch mesh side pockets are a good size and the compression strap ensures their contents stay secure. These features make this a really good all round very comfortable hiking back pack. At 6'3" tall the M/L size pack sits very comfortably on long 10 mile plus hikes and when scrambling.
What would make this pack better (for me) would be the inclusion of an integrated rain cover and removable stowage straps similar to those that feature on the Stratos series. Just a shame this pack is not available in 25L or maybe Osprey could upgrade the main compartment to 24L.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Martin
Best lightweight small(ish) allrounder ever, but ...
I have 3 of these packs: 2x 22l and 1x the bigger one, and I also bought a Tempest for my daughter. I don't know of another company making better packs, or giving better service. (My first Talon 22 wore out after heavy use ... I sent it back during a trip to the US and in a matter of days I had a new one.) However, it seems to me that the elasticized mesh on the outside stuff pocket and also used on the hipbelt pockets is worse than what was used in older models. My first Talon was replaced because it simply wore out, but I never ever had problems with the mesh. Even after maybe 10 years of use? My new T22 is barely more than a year old, and the mesh on the hipbelt pockets and on the back of the pack already has multiple holes. Maybe its lighter, maybe its stretchier, but it's not tough enough, IMHO. Also not sold on some of the features of the bigger talon, but will save that for another time. Fantastic pack!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)

Distinctions pour le modèle Talon 22:

‘Best Daypack’ - Gear of the Year 2017
  • Longueur du torse réglable
  • Panneau arrière AirScape™ avec mousse en accordéon recouverte d'une maille pour plus de confort et de maintien
  • Accès externe pour hydratation
  • Clip porte-clés à l'intérieur
  • Fixation pour lampe LED
  • Porte-casque de vélo LidLock™
  • Enveloppement seamless de la zone lombaire jusqu’à la ceinture abdominale
  • Simple boucle de piolet
  • Sangle de Sternum avec sifflet
  • Attache pour baton de marche Stow-on-the-Go™
  • Pochette frontale extensible
  • Poche latérales en maille extensible avec compression InsideOut™ (Interne-Externe)
  • Poche extensible sur les bretelles
  • Doubles poches ceinture à fermeture éclair
  • Accès au panneau par fermeture éclair

Évaluations (33)

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Ryan
Very versatile bag!
Excellent bag for day trips out, very comfortable to wear. Lots of handy features make it easy to access certain high use items quickly and easily.
Jarmo
In Finnish "halvatun hyvä"
I have used few weeks and I am very happy. This works well in nature and is very nice to carry. I am 176 cm tall and L size suits me well. Reppu toimii hienosti ja on lähes huomaamaton kantaa. Hyvin mahtuu päivittäisiä elintarvikkeita kyytiin kauppareissuilta , noin 5-6 kg, ja tosi mukava kantaa kotiin ( 4 km) - ei tarvitse autoa klauppareissuilla. Istuvuus ja mukavuus on aivan loistava.
Neels
Bon sac mais..
Le Talon 22 semble de bonne qualité après quelques utilisations en randonnée. Cependant, j'ai acheté ce sac en février 2019, mois pendant lequel un réservoir était offert pour tout sac acheté sur le site. Le réservoir n'est jamais arrivé, sous prétexte que la promotion commençait le 22 février. Or, cela n'est pas stipulé clairement sur le site.
Talster
This pack ticks all of the boxes and then some
I bought the Talon 22 around four months ago to replace the very disappointing Montane Ultra Tour 22. I spent a bit of time reading the reviews on the Talon 22, and also, trying out various makes of backpacks in the various outdoor shops at Keswick and Ambleside.

I have one of the large Hydra Flask bottles (1 litre) and I struggled to find some of these sized backpacks, that had a side pocket that was deep enough to hold this bottle (a lot of the side pockets on the other backpacks were too shallow and if I leaned over to the side the bottle was virtually falling out, which is not what you want).

After trying the rest of this sized packs, I began looking more closely at the Talon 22. It was perfect for my uses. My uses for the Talon 22 are, 3-4 hours day walks, and also I wanted to travel with it. I plan on taking the Talon 22 to London with me on the train (to hold items needed while on the train), and plan on using it to carry my bridge camera, jacket, and drinks, and any little bits and bobs I purchase that day.

So with the Talon 22, you get two generously sized side pockets, which as I’ve mentioned are generously deep and can easily hold a 1 litre bottle, without fear of it falling out (if needs be you can pull tight the insideout compression straps (more on these later in the review). A very large front stash pocket, which is ideal for wet clothing, or a very large bottle or other large item you want quick access to. The front stash pocket, also has an adjustment strap, where you can tighten the pocket down to hold something more securely. On the front is also a LidLock helmet attachment. This is a nice included feature for if you are using the Talon 22 for communing or travelling on a bike, or rock climbing.

At the very top of the bag is a zipped compartment, which has a soft none scratch interior, ideal for delicate items that are easily scratched (phone, glasses, sunglasses for example) this compartment is also ideal if you want to keep something close at hand without needing to go deep inside the pack, or you simply may want to keep items separate from the main compartment.

In the main compartment is a little mesh zipped pocket. This is ideal for placing small items in, and I regularly use it to keep cash, bank cards, and other small items in.

The main compartment is accessed by a double zip, that gives a large opening and in turn an easy access area for easy loading of the items you want to keep in there. The main area is quite large (but obviously not massive as the Talon 22 is 22 litres in size) and is easily large enough to hold a waterproof jacket, and food for the day, with a little room to spare. Just be aware that items placed in the very top outer pocket, will reduce the amount of room available in the main compartment.

The back system on the Talon 22 is called Airscape. This system basically has foam cut ridges, and on top of this is a suspended mesh material, which has a small gap between it and the foam cut ridges, which Osprey claim gives a lightweight and comfortable contact area, and gives breathability and helps reduce getting a sweaty back. I haven’t had chance to use the Talon 22 in hot weather, but what I can tell you so far, is that the Talon 22 and its back panel make it the most comfortable pack I have ever worn.

The back panel/harness has an adjustment system on it, which you use as follows:
Loosen the load lifter straps at the top of the harness, slide hand between backpanel and harness to release the Velcro attachment and slide harness up or down into position using arrows to guide. Firmly press on backpanel to reengage to Velcro attachment.
This feature allows for a precise adjustment of the back length/harness length, so that it can precisely fit your torso length very accurately. Also behind the backpanel is a slot/sleeve to store an hydration reservoir if desired. Roughly speaking, you want the back panel adjusted, so that the hipbelt fins sit squarely on your hip bones.

Also, the back system on the Talon 22, has enough structural rigidity when the Talon 22 is almost empty, so that the back panel does not (for want of a better word) collapse in/fold in on its self. This rigidity when almost empty is vitally important to me, as there are quite a lot of the time when I do not fill the Talon 22 to anywhere near its maximum capacity.

For example, there are times when all I have in my Talon 22 is my small bridge camera in the main compartment, and just a water bottle in the side pocket and nothing else. Now, when doing this with my previous backpack (Montane Ultra Tour 22) the back panel had no rigidity whatsoever (had all the rigidity of a piece of wet lettuce), unless the pack was filled to capacity, which resulted in the back panel collapsing in on its self, and this made for an uncomfortable feeling on the back.

The chest harness on the Talon 22 has a similar foam cut , mesh covered system that the back panel has for breathability and comfort. Also on the sternum strap is a built in whistle in the buckle, which is a very nice touch indeed. Also while still on the chest harness, there is a little stretch mesh pocket on the left handside harness strap. This I find is ideal and perfectly sized for a small torch, for when I’m out and about in the darker months. You could also use this pocket to store an energy bar or similar. Like the backpanel, the chest harness/harness straps are incredibly comfortable.

On the left chest harness strap is a stow on the go trekking pole attachment, this allows for quick ease at hand storage and quick access to your trekking poles. From Osprey’s instructions on this stow on the go feature:

1: Locate the elasticized loop on the lower left side of pack. While pulling the loop out from the pack, insert the basket end of the trekking poles into the loop.

2: On the left harness strap locate the trekking pole icon. Pull up on the cord to open, place pole handles in the loop and tighten with the cord lock to secure.

3: Reverse these steps to remove the trekking poles.

On the right chest harness is a dual and single ice tool loops.

Around the stretch side pockets, are insideout compression straps. These allows you to compress the pack down when it’s not full if desired. Or fully stabilize or tightly grip items stored in the side pockets.

Last but not least is the hipbelt:

The hip panels again shares the same foam cut design features that the back panel and chest harness straps use. There are two zipped pockets on the hipbelt. These are ideally sized for placing keys, small snack, or any other small item you want to have easily at hand. At the end of the hipbelt is the pull adjusters and buckle closure. I rarely fill the pack with any amount of weight, so I rarely use the hipbelt and instead I bundle them up and shove them in the zipped hipbelt pockets and zip them up, so that they are out of the way.

The only little negative that I have with the Talon 22, is that I wish it had come with a raincover. I needed to purchase one of these separately, and really a raincover should have been included as Osprey packs aren’t exactly cheap. For usefulness to purchasers of the Talon 22 and or a suitable raincover for it. After contacting Osprey and mentioning that I would rarely use the Talon 22 filled to it’s capacity, Osprey advised me that the XS size would be the best option, and that is the one I went with. The link to it is below:

https://www.ospreyeurope.com/shop/gb_en/ultralight-high-vis-raincover-xs

To sum up and bring this review to a close:
I’ve owned countless rucksacks over the years, but the Talon 22 has to be the best of them all for me. It has the required pockets and sized pockets I need. It has all the compartments I need. And on top of that there are the extremely useful and well thought out features that Osprey chose to put on the Talon 22. And lastly the comfort of the Talon 22 is again the best I’ve experienced, partly down to the adjustable back panel/torso length adjustment system, which ensures the pack sits at the correct parts of your body and also the materials used in this system. This pack has everything I can think of and then some. It’s not often we can buy a product, that ticks ALL of the boxes, but with the Talon 22, this is one of those rare products that does indeed tick ALL of the boxes.
Frank
Very good, with only some tiny shortcomings
Recently purchased one and very much enjoying it. The main compartment has ample room for my needs, both on a daily basis as when out and about in nature. The options for adjusting the pack to my body are excellent and provide plenty of comfort.
Too bad that, after some time in the rain, water will start to slowly creep in and the form-factor doesn't allow for a rain cover very well. Also, I regret the lack of straps along the front, which I always used with other packs (e.g. a Kode 22 I used to own) to tie down things onto my back. One or two extra compartments, for example in the lower half and on the inside could be beneficial as well.
That being said, these are just minor shortcomings, seeing as the overall experience is just fine.
Simone
Perfetto per avventure giornaliere in qualsiasi stagione
Leggero, capiente, confortevole e versatile.

Lo zaino si adatta perfettamente alle curve della schiena grazie alla possibilità di regolare l'altezza degli spallacci. Sono alto 187 cm e la misura M/L è perfetta per me.

La capienza di questo zaino consente di portare con sè tutto il necessario per escursioni giornaliere anche nelle stagioni più fredde.
Unica pecca: la mancanza di raincover che è comunque possibile acquistare separatamente.

Il prezzo è più alto rispetto a prodotti simili di altre marche ma la qualità Osprey non ha rivali sia in termini di versatilità che di longevità. Consigliato
Andreas Cross Country Skier, Student and Triathlete
Durable, light and versatile! Had mine for 4 years, used for everything and still in good condition.
Ive used my Talon22 for 4years. Its been my backpack for highschool and university. Ive filled it to the brink with heavy books and used alot of force on the zippers and i still it remains in good condition.

Ive also used it as a backpack for hikes, ultra-distance races and cross-country skiing and it preforms well. If you pack smart you can fit alot of stuff in it, its camelback option is great. Its light and can be adjusted well to fit my body while running.

Only critisism: In very heavy rain it may leak through a bit, but ive almost never had a problem with this.

Strongly recommend it!
Bob74
Superbe produit.
Je viens de recevoir ce produit (coloris ultramarine/blue) que je trouve magnifique dans sa présentation et sa finition.
Lorsque je l'ai déballé, des personnes présentes, qui ne connaissaient pas la marque, ont été agréablement stupéfaites.

Malgré le nombre assez important de poches (surtout les poches de la sangle ventrale) et rangements (avec crochet pour les clés dans une poche interne), le sac reste assez léger et permettra d'effectuer de longues randonnées de la journée.
Bien sur, pour conserver ce faible poids, Osprey n'a pas mis de housse anti pluie. Dommage, mais je le comprends. Pour remédier à ce problème je passerais de temps à autre de l'imperméabilisant. Si cela ne suffit pas, je prendrais la housse de protection.
Finalement, il n'est pas si petit (22 l) que cela.
N'ayant pas encore étrenné, ni rempli ni réglé ce sac (ce ne sera fait que dans une douzaine de jours), je ne peux donc me prononcer sur son confort.
Lorsque j'aurais effectué quelques randonnées, si je le trouve bien, ce dont je ne doute pas, je prendrais un Tempest 20 pour mon épouse.
John
Excellent - in dry conditions!
I agree about the excellent quality, confort and features of the bag as expressed in virtually all reviews. However, I had expected a little better water resistance from the basic bag. It seems necessary in prolonged wet conditions either to pack sensitive items in individual plastic bags or to purchase the rain cover - a little disappointing!
Franzi
Toller, leichter Rucksack
Ich habe den Rucksack in rot - in jeder Hinsicht ein Hingucker! Die Aufteilung der Fächer und Taschen ist toll. Tragekomfort ist sehr gut, auch der Hüftgurt und Brustgurt erleichtern einem das Tragen zusätzlich.
Für das Regencover habe ich die kleinere Größe als angegeben gewählt und auch diese passt noch sehr gut und sitzt satt, aber ist nicht zu klein!
Einziges Manko für mich: der Rucksack steht nicht von selbst, er fällt immer um. Aber das liegt wohl an der ergonomischen Form des Rucksackes, was zugegebenermaßen viel wichtiger ist als ein von sich aus stehender Rucksack.
Addo
Talon 22 - a great bag
This is by far the best day bag I have ever had, and I've had plenty.
I've travelled the world, well off the 'beaten track' and I must say this bag is fantastic.
It's light, has a great harness and fits really well once you adjust it to suit your torso.
The number of pockets is right for me too.
We (2 adults and 2 kids aged 11 and 13) just got back from travelling in Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia Hertzgovina and this was our favourite bag to carry our essentials (Passports, water, money and coats) for the day as we wandered around from our base.
The build quality is also great.
I've nothing bad to say about this product. It is the best designed and functional bag in its category by far. 5 stars all the way.
However, (this is a small thing, but in the way of positive feedback) I believe Osprey could do a better job at identifying all the features which are on the bag, what they do and how they are adjusted etc. While I had a great time working them all out, identifying and describing them better to a potential buyer through the website could land the deal.
Well done Osprey, a master class in fit, form and function!
mjtlee
It’s only a backpack...
True, but what a lovely exposition. Contoured fit, beautifully designed, and thoughtfully finished. This is my first Osprey but I won’t be buying another brand for the time bring. I am lusting after my next
Paul
best backpack for ages
Hi,
after having used quite a few backpacks over the last 30 years or so, I've got to say that this one is a real treat, whatever you'll use it for. I use it as a daypack to work as well as for hikes. the fit is excellent and the weight helps when carrying my camera gear along. I gave it a try after having beenfallen in love with its bigger brother, the Talon 44
Admiral
Room for the Raincover
Not using a hydration bag, I use that clip to secure a D ring I sewed to the top of my high viz rain cover. It then tucks away where the hydration bag woulds have been. When it rains, it can be easily pulled out, and covers the rucksack (still clipped, which means It can never blow off in high winds). It doesn't occupy any space "in the rucksack", and is always easily deployed without opening the rucksack. I can recommend this arrangement to anyone who does not use the hydration bladder.
I would have given this rucksack 5 stars, had it had more "attachment points" for fixing "extras".
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Admiral,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review for the Talon 22.

This seems like a great idea, we're pleased to hear that it really works for you and that you find it useful. However, we just wanted to comment that, adding additional webbing, attachment points and straps to this pack will only increase its overall weight. The Talon is designed to be super lightweight and therefore, we did strip back on some of the smaller features and any additional webbing to keep this pack as much below 1Kg as possible.

I have passed your feedback onto our Design Team for future consideration.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Andrew
Excellent pack
There's nothing not to like. Bought this to do Yorkshire three peaks challenge, and didn't even realise I was wearing a pack for most of the walk, despite it being fully packed. Just absolutely wonderful to wear. I also bought hiviz rain protection as another reviewer--Steven--recommended, but disagree that XS is a better fit. Fully packed, the XS does physically go over the pack, but the drawcord is strained to maximum, which would decrease it's longevity. Even though the 20-35l version is baggier, it is the correct size for this pack. Note that a tight rain protection will eventually allow heavy rain to seep through to the pack but a baggier one will not. I've had several packs over the years, the last one being a Haglöfs Corker day pack, but this is the best one i've ever used.
Steven
I recommend XS sized raincover for previous model
I have recently purchased the previous version of the Talon 22, not sure if the update is just cosmetic. I originally purchased a small sized hi-vis raincover (20-35 litre), but found it far too baggy for the Talon 22, there was masses of excess material. I have since changed the cover for the XS (10-20 litre) version which is a much better fit, even with the rucksack well filled. The rucksack itself is great and comfortable to wear.
Tim Bunch
Talon 22
If there is a better pack out there for hiking I have not found it, this is simply brilliant !

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Sam Sykes
Very comfortable
I love this bag. I can fit about anything I want in it for cycling / walking day trips, its extremely comfortable and very light weight. It has a number of handy pockets and the water pouch part at the back is easy to use and very handy. The best bag I've ever had.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Ivo
Great pack
This is just a great backpack. Love how it fits my back, allows my back to breathe, the convenient layout, and the looks. Enjoyed it on hikes, bike & horse trips and around the city. Light weight and allows my back to breathe.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Daniel Trendafilov
Еxcellent
Еxcellent!

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Bob
An Excellent backpack
Excellent lightweight day pack. You can easily forget you have it on
Surprisingly strong and durable
I like all the extra features and have found I can also quick stow my camera using the walking pole stow system

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Ben
Sac a dos basic et cher
Je trouve que les finissions du sac (tissus élastique de faible qualité) ne sont pas de très bonne facture mais que le confort est plutôt bon ( très bon dos et système de réglage)

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Marcus
Optimum in dieser Größe
Wer einen Rücksack sucht, der durch eine körpernähe Führung mit ausreichender Ventilation glänzt, ist sehr gut bedient. In der Größe M/L sitzt er bei sportlichen Aktivitäten sowohl bei Männern als auch bei Frauen ab 180cm Körperlänge optimal. Sehr durchdachte Kompressionsriemen und Helmbefestigung. Einsatzgebiet Tagesbergtouren (mit Klettersteig) und Mountain-Biking.
Lediglich auf eine integrierte Regenhülle muss verzichtet werden, daher ein Stern Abwertung.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Richie
Brilliant backpack
This is the best backpack I have ever seen. The straps are comfortable and spread the load so well I forget I'm wearing it. The pockets in the waist strap are a work of genius, so simple, and incredibly useful.

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Stew Shaw
My Talon 22.
The best bay sack ever, from Snowdon to Hills around Port Stanley in the Falklands. Strong, water proof and does what it says. Will not buy another day sack.

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Giofasa71
Il meglio
Zaino perfetto: polivalente, leggero, solido ed incredibilmente versatile. Si ha l'impressione che ogni caratteristica sia stata studiata per massimizzare l'efficienza e la comodità d'uso.
Ho apprezzato in particolare l'aggancio dei bastoncini senza dover togliere lo zaino e la tasca per la sacca di idratazione esterna allo zaino.

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Niccolò
Work of Art
Bellissimo zaino, si vede la cura adoperata in ogni minimo dettaglio ! Ha caratteristiche da zaino da backpacking (come lo schienale regolabile) in una versione da trekking giornaliero, ma la qualità fa sì che possa essere adoperato per più ambiti !

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Ian
A great pack but a bit small
The Talon 22L a bit small for my hiking needs. It would be better if there was a 25L version for added capacity (the 33L is a bit too big as I only fill it if wild camping or winter hiking). The Talon 22L does have some good features - the mesh back-system is very comfortable, the easy to remove hydration pack (a must for me), even when the pack is full, the sturdy hip belt is comfortable, though the pockets are not waterproof like the rest of the pack, the stretch mesh side pockets are a good size and the compression strap ensures their contents stay secure. These features make this a really good all round very comfortable hiking back pack. At 6'3" tall the M/L size pack sits very comfortably on long 10 mile plus hikes and when scrambling.
What would make this pack better (for me) would be the inclusion of an integrated rain cover and removable stowage straps similar to those that feature on the Stratos series. Just a shame this pack is not available in 25L or maybe Osprey could upgrade the main compartment to 24L.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Martin
Best lightweight small(ish) allrounder ever, but ...
I have 3 of these packs: 2x 22l and 1x the bigger one, and I also bought a Tempest for my daughter. I don't know of another company making better packs, or giving better service. (My first Talon 22 wore out after heavy use ... I sent it back during a trip to the US and in a matter of days I had a new one.) However, it seems to me that the elasticized mesh on the outside stuff pocket and also used on the hipbelt pockets is worse than what was used in older models. My first Talon was replaced because it simply wore out, but I never ever had problems with the mesh. Even after maybe 10 years of use? My new T22 is barely more than a year old, and the mesh on the hipbelt pockets and on the back of the pack already has multiple holes. Maybe its lighter, maybe its stretchier, but it's not tough enough, IMHO. Also not sold on some of the features of the bigger talon, but will save that for another time. Fantastic pack!

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Distinctions

Distinctions pour le modèle Talon 22:

‘Best Daypack’ - Gear of the Year 2017

Caractéristiques

  • Longueur du torse réglable
  • Panneau arrière AirScape™ avec mousse en accordéon recouverte d'une maille pour plus de confort et de maintien
  • Accès externe pour hydratation
  • Clip porte-clés à l'intérieur
  • Fixation pour lampe LED
  • Porte-casque de vélo LidLock™
  • Enveloppement seamless de la zone lombaire jusqu’à la ceinture abdominale
  • Simple boucle de piolet
  • Sangle de Sternum avec sifflet
  • Attache pour baton de marche Stow-on-the-Go™
  • Pochette frontale extensible
  • Poche latérales en maille extensible avec compression InsideOut™ (Interne-Externe)
  • Poche extensible sur les bretelles
  • Doubles poches ceinture à fermeture éclair
  • Accès au panneau par fermeture éclair

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