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Osprey - Sojourn 60

The Sojourn 60 from Osprey is a 60-liter long-term traveler's wheeled backpack with a high-clearance HighRoad Chassis, padded StraightJacket sidewalls, and a ventilated and adjustable suspension for carry-comfort matching that of industry leading backpacking packs.

Technical specifications & features

Weight 8.53 lbs (3.87 kg)
Cubic Inches 3661
Liters 60
Material MAIN: 1680D Ballistic Nylon
ACCENT: 420D Nylon Dobby
BOTTOM: 900D Super Oxford
Other Features DIMENSIONS
Inches: 25h x 14w x 14d
Centimeters: 64h x 36w x 35d

• Zippered top pocket provides easy access to toiletries and liquids
• Large panel zip with loackable sliders access the main compartment
• Dual StraightJacket compression straps to secure contents
• Dual front panel daisy chain for additional gear attachment
• Lightweight, high-rolling clearance HighRoad Chassis
• Dual tube extended handle for extra control of large loads on rough surfaces
• Long-haul capable deployable harness, hipbelt, and back panel
• Removable suspension components for increased packing capacity
• Padded top and side handles provide comfortable carry
• Internal compression straps with fabric wings hold clothes securely
• Four zippered pockets in main compartment keep gear organized

HighRoad Suspension
• Alloy peripheral frame and center handle stays

Stowaway Tensioned Backpanel
• Anti-Gravity inspired tension lumbar
• Tensioned air mesh-covered backpanel
• Dual position extended adjustable torso (Single position on 22)

Stowaway Ventilated Harness
• Ventilated mesh-covered die-cut foam harness
• Comfortable, ventilated air-mesh covered contact surfaces
• Adjustable sternum strap with whistle

Stowaway Padded Hipbelt
• Padded air mesh-covered hipbelt
• Single 25mm webbing ErgoPull closure

Questions & Answers

Is this bag considered to be a carry on, according to US Flight guidelines?
Question by: Andrew on Apr 11, 2017 2:30:00 PM
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