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[The Last Hunt] Osprey Backpacks

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Osprey Backpacks

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Savings:
50% off
Retailer:
The Last Hunt
Was in the market for a quality all-purpose backpack.

Came across these Osprey backpacks at 50% off! If you aren't familiar with this company they are one of the most respected brands in the backpack world and rarely go on sale more than 20% off.

Looks like most backpacks from other brands are also on sale for 50% off - good deals from North Face etc.

Don't forget to use coupon code: "tenless" for an additional 10% off!

Link to Osprey Packs

FWIW - I ordered this one (in black) and it came to $80.99 before taxes after the additional 10% off. I also ordered this one for my wife
Last edited by mikek33 on Jun 15th, 2019 2:24 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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the tenless put me over the edge. i was already eyeing the osprey nebula before. currently have a north face surge as well, should be a nice comparison! thanks for sharing
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brclho wrote:
Jun 15th, 2019 2:37 pm
the tenless put me over the edge. i was already eyeing the osprey nebula before. currently have a north face surge as well, should be a nice comparison! thanks for sharing
Just curious, what do you use your backpacks for?

I still have my north face surge from highschool and it's been rock solid ever since then. But, I find I don't use backpacks anymore, I have a messenger bag now for work, but i'm trying to justify a backpack purchase.. lol
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jellytime wrote:
Jun 15th, 2019 2:55 pm
Just curious, what do you use your backpacks for?

I still have my north face surge from highschool and it's been rock solid ever since then. But, I find I don't use backpacks anymore, I have a messenger bag now for work, but i'm trying to justify a backpack purchase.. lol
i use backpacks for going to work as i have a long commute so i prefer them over messenger bag. i have used my surge as a diaper bag as well, amazingly versatile with all its pockets and such. its great when i am riding motorcycle to go to places as well. backpacks to me just have much better back support and weigh distribution.
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Osprey backpacks are solid, bought the 46L and travelled the world for 8 months with it. Nothing has broke and it's been tossed from Vietnam fisherman to European airport workers.
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hey OP. Really appreciate this!!!!
picked up a Oprey Radial 34

Been waiting for this for a while!!!
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brclho wrote:
Jun 15th, 2019 3:07 pm
i use backpacks for going to work as i have a long commute so i prefer them over messenger bag. i have used my surge as a diaper bag as well, amazingly versatile with all its pockets and such. its great when i am riding motorcycle to go to places as well. backpacks to me just have much better back support and weigh distribution.
Ahh, that makes sense. I guess if I was on the train a back pack would be way more efficient. I guess my commute these days is: house to car, car to work, so I don't need the back support.

Cool, thanks for the reply.
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Great find. FYI:


All sales are final. We do not refund or exchange any item.
The only reason you can return an item, is if it is defective or does not match its description on the website. Note that the manufacturer's warranty still applies. 
If we mistakenly ship you the wrong product, or a damaged product, we will cover the shipping fees. If this occurs, please contact our customer service at info@thelasthunt.com.
TheLastHunt.com is not responsible if the size does not fit you or you don't like the colour or the style. 
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mc_bee wrote:
Jun 15th, 2019 3:11 pm
Osprey backpacks are solid, bought the 46L and travelled the world for 8 months with it. Nothing has broke and it's been tossed from Vietnam fisherman to European airport workers.
Was that the porter or transporter? I heard those are really good for max carry on.
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Would any of these be good for packing a bunch of stuff, as well as a being able to provide decent protection for a drone that's a bit bigger than a Mavic?

I keep hearing how good Osprey backpacks are...
*RFD - once you're in there's no getting out.*

*If you wanna buy something, wait for it! Eventually RFD will post it and something in your pants will feel awesome that you waited: your wallet.*
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i see alot of North Face backs also 50% off..,...
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canucks6024 wrote:
Jun 15th, 2019 6:13 pm
North face recon vs Osprey Nebula 34?
nebula. but i also ordered the nebula so i am biased. the nebula is bigger (34L) vs (30L). the nebula's laptop sleeve also fully unzips to lay flat for TSA so u dont have to take it out. nebula is more expensive though. i think the nebula is more in line with the surge (higher model) than the recon.

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