Osprey Packs Fairview 40 Travel Backpack
- Nylon Ripstop
- Imported;ID Card holder
- Stowaway back panel, harness and hip belt with zippered rear flap for protection
- Two internal compression straps hold contents securely
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I have always been an over-packer, but knowing I had size and weight restrictions led me to buy this pack. I was easily able to take what I needed for our 16-day trip with room left for a few souvenirs on the way back. Despite my inexperience in using a backpack, this was so much easier than rolling a suitcase over cobblestone streets and the pedestrian bridges (most with stairs) in Venice. The pack itself weighs so little that I was easily able to heft it into the overhead bins on the plane, unlike a suitcase. I am a petite woman at 5'1" and this pack was very comfortable on my frame. I'm a convert!
I am a 5'4", 130lbs female. When fully loaded at 8kg I realized it was a bit heavy but hip belt really helps in distribution of weight. Able to fit 2 pants, 2 thin sweaters, 4 short sleeved/2 long sleeved t-shirts, 5 socks/5 underwear, hiking boots, umbrella, small first aid kit, quart sized bag of toiletries, packable Gonex 40L backpack, travel guide and a Canon DSLR with lens and camera bag. Highly recommend using 2 medium sized packing cubes for clothing. Also recommend purchasing a cable lock instead of regular luggage lock, makes it easier to lock zippers on both compartments together.
There was also another difference in the shoulder straps, the XS/S had specialized Osprey clips to attach something else, while the S/M had elastic sewn across that could be used to attach something to it. Osprey changed systems so the older model has clips and the newer ones have the elastic.
I ended up returning both, since a 19" size would have been my preference due to airline restrictions.
If I were to keep one, I would have kept the S/M due to the shoulder strap placement making the pack ride more comfortably. I am 5'2" and according to the Osprey fitting chart with my torso length either size would work.