Pack it. Put your back into it.


Socks: check. Shoes: check. Appropriate clothing: check. But what about the bag?

Ever been in that situation where you’ve booked the perfect trip and just before it’s time to pack you realise you don’t have the right bag? It happens to the best of us.

Osprey’s new Farpoint and Fairview Trek series boasts all the features of a technical pack hidden in a sleek, compact design.

The newly released men’s Farpoint and women’s Fairview Trek series are a unique travel pack solution, combining technical functionality with innovative travel luggage design. Hiding behind a traditional luggage style opening front panel is Osprey’s easily-adjustable and ventilated AirSpeed back panel, giving you all day comfort and load support.

The LightWire frame transfers loads to the hipbelt, taking pressure off the shoulders (when you need it most!) to deliver a stable, comfortable and stylish carry.

The Farpoint/Fairview Trek come loaded with travel specific features, designed with organisation and convenience in mind. For smart and easy packing, the dual internal compression straps with fabric wings will keep your clothes neat and tidy. If you’re after quick access to important items, the zippered top and hipbelt pockets are the perfect solution. Your laptop or tablet will be safe in the multifunction sleeve carrier, and you’ll be able to keep your muddy shoes away from your freshly laundered gear, thanks to the zippered lower contained compartment.

Osprey also includes their clever AirCover which provides protection for your pack during checked travel, and doubles as a raincover for when you stumble across some unexpected bad weather. An additional/detachable Daylite Travel Pack is available for short day trips to the local market, or a leisurely expedition exploring the city.

Every great adventure, starts with a great pack. No need to compromise comfort for practicality with Osprey’s best-of-the-best Farpoint and Fairview Trek series.

Available in store from mid September.


About Author

Justin Felix

Editor of ManSpace magazine, Justin Felix has a thing for outdoor adventures, craft beers, fishing and typewriters.


Name: Justin ‘hop tart’ Felix
Beer experience: Super welterweight
Style preference: IPA and pale ales
Beers I avoid: Anything that doesn’t deliver a punch of flavour. Smack me in the face with it.
Beer philosophy: It’s about quality, not quantity... but I’ll happily try as many as it takes to find what I’m looking for.

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