Farpoint 70

Men's 70L travel backpack with backsystem and removable 13L daypack

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The Farpoint 70 is our lightest travel backpack yet. Featuring a zip-away spacer mesh ventilated backpanel, the Farpoint can be carried like a backpack but packed like a suitcase.

Weight: 2.3KG

Dimensions (CM): 65L / 35W / 31D

Fabric: 210D Nylon Mini Hex Diamond Ripstop

Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
Dual mesh pockets on inner front panel
Dual front mesh pockets
ID Card holder
Internal key attachment clip
Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket
Sternum strap with emergency whistle
Low profile padded carry handles on top and side
For where wheels won't go. The Farpoint 70 is our lightest travel backpack yet. Featuring a zip-away spacer mesh ventilated backpanel, the Farpoint can be carried like a backpack but packed like a suitcase. The strong and durable backsystem means you can carry your gear comfortably when travelling between hotels, the airport or beyond. Cushioned carry handles on the top and the sides allow you to easily grab the travel pack off airport baggage carousels. Your gear is readily to hand, with the inclusion of a large zippered lockable opening that allows access to the main compartment. The compression straps are also used to attach and secure a 13L 'zip and clip' daypack, which includes all the organisation, you'll ever need; a top stash pocket for electronics and sunglasses, dual side pockets and a laptop sleeve. The daypack can also clip onto the harness of the main pack, in a 'kangaroo' style attachment. This provides a very secure way to carry your daypack when you want to keep your valuables or tickets to hand. Inside the main cargo bag is a mesh pocket ideal to separate dirty clothes and shoes. Internal compression straps fully maximise the capacity whilst securing your gear. For overnight trips attach a sleeping pad to the lower external straps. With all the organisation and clever features you need, it's time to share your next adventure with a Farpoint 70 backpack.

Weight: 2.3 kg

Dimensions (CM): 65L / 35W / 31D

Fabric: 210D Nylon Mini Hex Diamond Ripstop

Features

  • Zippered panel access
  • Internal compression strap system
  • Panel zip access to main compartment with lockable zippers
  • Twin compression webbing straps
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Kangaroo style daypack attachment
  • Dual front mesh pockets
  • Removable 13L Daypack
  • Zip-away die-cut spacer mesh hipbelt and harness
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Dual mesh pockets on inner front panel
  • Dual front mesh pockets
  • ID Card holder
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Low profile padded carry handles on top and side

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  1. Rating
    80%
    Great first time travel pack
    I have recently used the Farpoint 70 for almost 5 months while traveling Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, England, Scotland, Ireland) and have loved the package and has been a great pack for a first time backpacker. Used the day pack every day and for many full day hikes including, Dolomites, Etna, Chinque Terre, Granada, etc.

    Few things to note or suggestions:
    > Can't secure day pack to main bag with zip when too full, might be better for Osprey to look at clips
    > Straps on main bag need more padding as can be painful when at full capacity
    > Larger day pack would be great, as it was often too small or lacked some necessary features.
    > Might be better to package main pack with a different larger day pack with more features.
    > Elastic bungee for external storage and extra hooks would be great to have on the day pack.
    > Needs larger water bottle holders or straps on the day pack. Struggled to fit a 1L bottle in when day pack is full.
    > Pockets on hip straps of both main and day pack would be great.
    > Rain cover for the day pack would be good extra for those people like myself that keep a tablet/notebook or any valuables in the day pack.
    > No name tag for day pack, would be good to have similar to main pack.
    > The day pack can also clip onto the harness of the main pack, in a 'kangaroo' style attachment. However, with the day pack fully packed the thin straps are often painful after a short while as the straps have no padding and probably too short, which puts all the weight on the shoulders. Can also be very awkward when trying to clip on. Might be better with a hook instead of a clip.

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  2. Rating
    100%
    Worth it!
    I used this on my hiking trip to Norway - it was amazing!

    Not really intended for carry on, it still fits the overhead compartment of most airbuses (it almost didn't fit on one small plane but I managed to do it by removing a couple of items and placing those under my seat) so it still works.

    During my trip, I had to bring it with me while biking, hiking uphill, and scaling a mountain - managed it by allowing most of the weight to go my hip instead of my shoulders and back most of the time. It was great.

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  3. Rating
    100%
    Great for saving on luggage fees
    I borrowed this bag from a buddy for my last trip, just bought my own for this. I love it.

    This is an amazing bag for travel. You can put the larger pack in overhead storage and zip off the day pack and put it under you seat.

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  4. Rating
    100%
    Really nice
    I used the pack for a city tour to London at the beginning of the year. The space is perfect for clothes, souvenirs and important stuff, it is comfortable to wear and the hideable straps are nice in little spaces like trainstations or in the Sub. The little pack is a good companion for day trips. I would buy it again.

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  5. Rating
    100%
    All Round Travel System
    Bought it to support a city/beach/high altitude 6months trip across the Americas. Very spacious main travel bag that easily fits a guy’s clothes for a week plus long pants, winter jacket, thermal wear, gloves/ hat, etc. Love the day pack which fits my MacBook Pro, my passports, cash, keys, underwater housing (compact camera Canon G7x), my pro SLR (Canon 5D) and two heavy lenses fifty 1.2L and the 17-40mm f4 L. It’s a very versatile combo. Highly recommended.

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  6. Rating
    100%
    Totally recommended
    I totally recommend this backpack. I used for my month trip to Japan in it works great. The perfect space, resistent, and confortable. I love you can detach the small bag for a day trip, and the the fact you can hide the straps is perfect for check in. Excellent backpack.

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  7. Rating
    100%
    Excellent sac
    J'ai acheté ce sac pour partir 1 an en Nouvelle-Zélande, j'ai eu toute la place nécessaire pour y mettre mes vêtements. Le sac détachable à la journée m'a énormément servit. J'ai également utilisé le sac principal en randonnée sur plusieurs jours, très confortable et peu lourd. Je repars au vietnam dans quelques semaines et pas de doute j'utiliserais le même sac. Mon layout a été d'organiser mes vêtements et accessoires de toilette avec 3 sac étanches de la même marque (dry sack) : un de 20L pour les vêtements, un de 12L pour les sous-vêtements et un de 12L également pour tout le matériel annexe (médicaments, toilette...). Tout rentre nickel et les sacs sont vraiment résistants.
    La poignée supplémentaire sur le côté du sac est vraiment bien pensée et permet d'alléger la charge sur les coutures lorsque l'on transporte le sac à la main.

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  8. Rating
    80%
    Parfait
    Spacious and really convenient, you can put a lot of stuff inside.
    The front pocket open completely.
    Fast delivery.

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  9. Rating
    100%
    Pratico, capiente e senza compromessi
    Ho sempre preferito lo zaino anche nei miei viaggi "cittadini": con il Fairpoint 70 ho finalmente trovato lo zaino definitivo.
    Curato nei dettagli, ben organizzato e con materiali di qualità, la fama di Osprey non si smentisce neanche in questo prodotto; questo modello mi piace soprattutto per l'apertura a valigia e perché non ci sono stati compromessi per rendere gli spallacci a scomparsa: lo zaino rimane comodo, bilanciato e ben sostenuto come uno zaino "tradizionale".
    Avendo già borse molto capienti, mi serviva una capacità media per cui sono stato inizialmente indeciso tra la versione da 55L o questa da 70L. Alla fine guardando le misure, mi sono reso conto che i due modelli hanno un ingombro simile, differiscono in pratica solo nella profondità, per questo mi sono orientato sulla versione più capiente delle due. A zaino non completamente pieno la differenza per me non è così evidente, con il vantaggio di avere qualche litro in più quando dovesse servire. Da tenere conto poi che la capienza è quella totale tra lo zaino principale ed il daypack (altro grande vantaggio di questo modello: uno zainetto per tutti i giorni che può letteralmente scomparire e diventare un tutt'uno con lo zaino principale ed essere usato come scomparto separato).
    Consigliatissimo.

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  10. Rating
    60%
    Bagsizes, carry on and rollin’ for the seasoned backpacker
    Overall Quality (fabric, zip, straps,...) is excellent, as usual with Osprey. The Main pack has a very basic setup , it’s size is ok for trips that involve one type of climate,... it will be to small for longer travels when you need to pack for different seasons and weather types. Especially when going from cold to warm climates you won’t be able to stuff your jacket, sweaters and winter shoes in this bag. (Which would be really handy on a hot overcrowded local bus for instance).. not to mention any souvenirs you might collect along the way.. The daypack is as well a bit small....too small for any meaningful everyday-use... put in a laptop, a lunch, a bottle, maybe a light rain jacket and it’s full..ok for a hike, but (back home) you can’t go to the gym or grocery shopping for example with this one. Or when flying, to use it as your cabin bag, it might be small to put in all your valuables + some extra’s like food (safe some money on transit flights)...and it has no tablet sleeve...
    If your needs are very specific, this backpack will do fine...
    But for any serious long-time travel I strongly recommend the WAYPOINT 80 backpack with bigger main pack and daypack (with a great tablet sleeve)...but is it still in production?...
    And for shorter trips or traveling in one (warm) climate, just go for a carry-on backpack like the FARPOINT 40 with possibly an added Ultralight STUFFPACK that can be strapped to the back .... again, maybe safe some more money on checking in luggage :)
    I must add, though very comfortable to carry, none of these backpacks are perfect for any real serious hiking, they’re to heavy and have no back ventilation ... maybe an EXOS will be better then.
    Btw: always choose a backpack over a roller if you’re strong enough. Many beautiful countries don’t have those super-smooth roads you migh be used to at home.
    good luck backpacking !


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