Based on 87 reviews
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- Great for travel
- Lots of pockets and storage space
- Easy to carry
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Recc for higher capacity under seat personal item?
I picked up a Daylite Plus because I needed a new bag when my Sutro got stolen. It is fine but more like a hybrid ultra-light hiking bag than I want and the build is a little weak. I feel like the bag is good if you have lots of little things but I tend to carry around bulky items instead and the organization wastes a lot of space for what I need. I have my eyes on the smaller Osprey Porter and the Patagonia Black Hole series.
Handle rubs against neck
I was so excited to purchase this day pack, and now I am equally disappointed. No matter how many different ways that I adjust the straps, the handle rests against the back of my neck. I tried wearing it around the house with a couple of water bottles in it, and the back of my next became red from t...
A guy's review - almost a perfect bag
Okay, so I want to answer the questions that I seem to hard a hard time finding decent info for from other reviews and on the product page itself. For the record I am a 5'10" dude at about 185 lbs so I had a lot of concerns about a smaller bag like this. After trying it out, here's what stands out- ...
Great backpack with good fixes from the older styl
I bought the Osprey Daylite Plus after I saw in the store they finally fixed the biggest gripe I had about it. You can see in the pictures the older style vs this newer one. The older style the outside pockets couldn’t hold a Nalgene and as soon as you bent over or moved with any purpose they always...
Cambodia and Vietnam with this bag and a carry-on roller bag!
BUY THIS and let me know if this review is helpful below! I just went to Cambodia and Vietnam for 15 days with just a carry-on roller bag (that I checked) and a backpack. Although I knew this backpack would be comfortable, I was concerned it wouldn't be big enough. I wasn't going to use this bag as ...
FANTASTIC for light/small loads
Admittedly, I use this for work. I'm a teacher and I pack my laptop, textbooks and papers in it. It's SUPER comfortable. It's just the right size. I am also an avid hiker. If you are looking for something on the small side (to be light on your feet), this backpack would be awesome. It has room for a...
I'm so disappointed with this pack
I have three other Osprey packs which I love. The Daylite Plus is not working for me. The biggest problem is that the belt straps pinch my skin above the level of my pants. The straps chafe and irritate even though I am wearing a shirt. My other Osprey packs have material around the straps at the in...
Very nice light-use day pack
I'm a fan of Osprey, so I'm a little biased. Great pack for what it is -- a day pack. Very spacious main compartment, key fob in the small upper pocket, mesh straps/back for ventilation. One minor issue is with the collar (integrated handle) at the back of the neck -- it's rigid and integrated (no m...
Sturdy, long lasting, lifetime backpack with a warranty. What more could you ask for?
****4 year update**** I've has this as my only backpack now for 4 years. The lifetime warranty Osprey provides makes buying another backpack completely unnecessary. The bag still looks new in spite of it being my carry-on for multiple trips, my hiking pack for multiple camps, my daily school bag for...
19 x 11 x 9.5 inches
1 lb. 5 oz.
5 + main compartment