MEN'S ULTRALIGHT TRAVEL
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack
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Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack

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Description

The Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack offers a new twist on modular travel bags for savvy travelers. The Daypack features a robust, capable and comfortable harness and the Cargo Bag secures to the back. The Daypack is where you keep your more valuable items; laptops and tablets slide into the padded sleeve, organizer pockets keep things where they belong and a hidden zippered pocket behind the harness secures your passport, tickets, wallet and other critical items. Lighter items that you only need when you reach your destination store in the Cargo Bag, which includes padded grab handles, an external liquids pocket to speed your trip through security, and a huge U-zip opening to make packing a breeze. The Ozone Duplex 65 Men's Travel Pack is designed to fits 17-22" torsos.

Key Attributes

CARRIES THE DAY

The daypack’s LightWire frame supports and distributes the pack’s load through the comfortably padded hipbelts and adjustable shoulder straps, which provide excellent fit. Laptops and heavier essentials stay close in the daypack, and gear you need for later stows in the Cargo Bag, maximizing carry-on capacity.

MAXIMUM CARRY-ON CAPACITY

By combining a full-size daypack with a carry-on-sized Cargo Bag, there's more than enough room for everything you need on the plane and the gear and clothing you'll need once you reach your destination.

GENDER-SPECIFIC FIT

The Duplex’ two sizes provide optimized fit and comfort for both men and women alike.

Features

  • Rear panel zip to main compartment allows access even when paired with Cargo Bag
  • Hidden zippered pocket behind shoulder harness offers secure storage for passport, tickets, wallet, phone and other valuables
  • Deep, large dual water bottle pockets
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeves inside main compartment
  • Large padded organizer pocket at top of front panel protects contents stored inside
  • Top and side padded handles for comfortable carry
  • Large, quick, easy to access liquids pocket at top of pack
  • Upper and lower compression straps keep contents from shifting and can be used to secure extra items to the pack
  • Easy to pack, side opening main compartment has a tough #10 YKK zipper with lockable sliders for extra security
  • Dual internal compression straps with fabric wings keep clothes neat
  • Zippered mesh pocket on inside of front flap keeps clothing items organized and accessible
  • Included shoulder-carry strap tucks away into liquids pocket

Specs

  Volume Dimensions Weight
O/S 3967 in3 / 65 l 21.3h x 13.8w x 9.1d in. 4.1 lbs.
O/S 3967 in3 / 65 l 54h x 35w x 23d cm 1.9 kg
Fabric
Main
210D Nylon Honey Comb Contrast Thread
Accent
450D Packcloth
Bottom
450D Packcloth
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What’s In Your Pack?

Reviews

Almost perfect...

4

Bought this travel pack for a 2 week trip to Italy (from the US). I was able to pack my electronics, camera and paper work in the backpack. In the detachable duffel bag were 2 pairs of shoes, 3 pairs of pants, 5 shirts, 5 pairs of socks/underwear, 2 hiking sticks, 1 rain coat and 1 light weight jacket. The total weight was under 30 lbs and it was a breeze to carry. Note: I am overweight and 50+ but the ergo dynamics were wonderful. Having the ability to adjust the length of the bag, shoulder straps and belt all made this very flexible. Detaching the duffel bag and backpack was a breeze. I got very good at it when traveling via train or plane. I have only 3 points I was not happy with. The 1st was the ability to have a water bottle in the backpack while the cargo bag was attached. The good thing was when together the clasps pull the cargo bag portion close to the backpack which means it is close to your back. However it also means that a water bottle does not fit in very easily when the 2 parts are together. The 2nd drawback was the ability to get into the backpack while the cargo bag was attached. You also always have to undo the load lifter on the shoulder straps to get inside the backpack. The last complaint is the chest strap (the one between the 2 shoulder straps) got detached and lost. Some where during my trip it got detached on its own and was lost. The good news is Osprey is replacing for free.

Madison, WI

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Great for long trips

5

Took mine on a 36 day trip to Australia, New Zealand and Cook Islands and if doing laundry this was more than enough. Lots of storage and most important, no need to check-in. Easy to organize with cubes. Love the top front loading feature.

San Diego

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Fabulous bag

5

Took this on a two week trip to New Zealand and Australia. Carried more cloths than I needed, better than the other way around. The pockets in the day pack are very well thought out, particularly the pocket on the back for tickets and passport. Quick to take apart or put back together in the isle of an airplane.

Kiowa Colorado

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Very innovative bag

4

I hope Ospery will start to design all their travel bags with features this bag offers. Love all the small pockets for better organization. I see myself using this bag for business travel as I could carry electrics and documents in the day bag and other stuff in the cargo bag. The only flaw in my opinion (and my way of using a bag) is ergonomics. The cargo bag is usually heavier so should be closer to your back. Think of a lever, the farther away the weight of the cargo, the heavier you may feel on your back. I suggest to back carry the day bag and front carry the cargo or the other way around. This way your back is happier, and you wont be knocked over when get bumped into. Most importly, this will also save space on metro or buses. Don't be that guy.

Portland

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