The Osprey® Daylite Plus Hiking Backpack is lightweight and durable for carrying on its own as a day pack—or as an add-on pack for more intense backpacking and travel adventures. This Osprey pack has an internal sleeve that accommodates a hydration pack, or it can function as a laptop backpack. The lightweight foam framesheet construction allows dynamic body movement and the mesh-covered foam back panel provides air circulation while you're carrying. The spacermesh shoulder straps have an integrated handle and the hip belt is removable when you need to shed excess weight. There's also an adjustable sternum strap with emergency whistle. Storage options include a large, panel-loading main compartment, mesh side pockets for water bottles, a front pocket with mesh organizer and key clip, a front shove-it pocket, and vertical zippered front panel slash pocket. The Daylite Plus Hiking Backpack has a 20L capacity and can be added to these Osprey Packs: Aether/Ariel Series, Volt/Viva Series, Ace 75, Sojourn Series, Farpoint 80, and Porter Series. 210D Nylon Double Diamond Ripstop - Main. 400HD Nylon Packcloth - Accent and Bottom. Imported. Weight: 1 lb. Dimensions: 18"H x 10"W x 9"D. Manufacturer model: 10001184.
210D nylon ripstop double diamond - main
400HD nylon packcloth - accent & bottom
Compatible with other packs as add-on
Multifunction interior sleeve for tablet or hydration pack
Mesh-covered foam back panel for ventilation and comfort
Large, panel-loading main compartment
Side mesh pockets
Front pocket with mesh organizer and key clip
Front shove-it pocket
Spacermesh shoulder straps with handle
Adjustable sternum strap with rescue whistle
Removable hip belt
Web ID: 100116654
Rated 2 out of
Poor designI will be returning the pack. I do not feel the straps are comfortable. The adjustable portions are too small.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 2 out of
Bit hit & missUnfortunately this bag hasnt hit the mark, which is disappointing as this is the third osprey bag i have purchased (all previous have been brillant). Am finding the harness uncomfortable when packed with any substantial weight, ie just grabbing a few things from supermarket on way home. And the most frustrating thing is it doesnt stand up by itself when u are trying to oack it so u have to lean it against something or hang off a chair. Will pkeep using it due to the cost it set me back but as an eveyday commuter bag it has its flaws to just bear in mind as id read a few reviews before purchasing.
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 5 out of
Paul '49 from
Great PacksMy wife and I each received a Daylight Plus Pack with hydration bladder as part of a package from the company that organized our 12 day tour of Israel. These packs were amazing, useful, durable, lightweight and comfortable. From our tour group of fifty there were no complaints. I particularly liked the rubberized zipper pulls and would love to have similar zipper pulls on other packs of mine whose pulls are failing, falling off, etc.
Date published: 2018-05-25
Rated 4 out of
Pack Daddy D from
A Surprising FindI am not a minimalist but a "functionalist" when it comes to gear. I wanted something to carry incidentals on short hikes with the dogs or a pack around town. Front pockets give me quick access to keys, wallet, phone (or extra poop bags). Enough cargo room to carry extra shirt, towel, whatever. Pleasantly surprised to see this bag works with add-on water bladders, which are well designed. Only real complaints are side mesh pockets are too shallow for water bottles (when not using the water bladder) and pack feels a bit narrow when putting on (for those of us with broader shoulders). Good price point, too.
Date published: 2018-04-30
Rated 4 out of
Tara the Traveler from
Great PackThis pack was the perfect daypack for my three month trip to SE asia. I used it nearly every day. It's comfortable, suitable for day hikes, and well designed. Just for reference, I could fit the following in the pack: A lightweight fleece jacket, a rainjacket, a bottle each of sunscreen and bug spray, maps, a guidebook, a kindle (in the laptop pocket), a few granola bars, and a baseball cap, and still have a little extra room at the top. It was pretty durable as well. It has just the right amount of organization. It stood up to 10 days of intense day hikes, being flung on top of buses and shoved on the back of trucks, covered in dust and dirt without even the tiniest rip. I popped it in the sink with some castille soap when I got home and it looked just like new! The side mesh pockets were a problem, because, as many reviews have said, they are too small to fit the standard 1 liter Nalgenes or similar without the bottles slipping out. However, the buckles that are on each side (running from the shove-it pocket to just below each shoulder) have little holes in them that you can thread small, lightweight caribiners through to clip to larger water bottles. I gather that the Daylite series is really designed for use with a hydration bladder anyway. Unfortunately, the front shove-it pocket was too small to fit my raincoat, which totally defeated the purpose. However, luckily the backpack is spacious enough to fit my raincoat and another jacket inside, so I didn't really need it. It just seemed a bit pointless. Overall, I absolutely love my Daylite Plus and would definitely recommend it for travelers and day hikers.
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 5 out of
Perfect small bag - good for carry-on 'personal item'on tripI am surprised to read comments about water bottles falling out. This is clearly not a 'proper' daypack - see the various daypacks Osprey makes for serious hiking. This pack is excellent for when you're travelling and want something small and light. It also makes for a perfect 'personal item' when doing air travel and can thus be in addition to your main carry-on item (though of course check). When you want to bring a small day pack for casual use, which could include some hiking, without bringing a full-on day pack this is perfect. If you want a proper daypack for extended hiking then you might want to spend a bit more. I have both - this for casual use and a bigger day pack for 'proper' hikes and similar.
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 4 out of
Great except better side pockets please!I walk/hike on holidays/weekends. This is a good capacity backpack BUT the water bottles slide out as the elasticised tops of the side pockets are too loose. I was going to buy another Day lite plus, but will wait tosee if Osprey corrects the side pocket issue.
Date published: 2017-10-07
Rated 5 out of
Amazing!I bought this at REI shortly before leaving on a 3-month tour of India. I started out with it packed into my luggage for day use, but quickly found it ideal for using as my "personal" bag on air flights. It's unbelievable how much stuff this will hold, and the large number of pockets allows a great deal of compartmentalization; I was still discovering new pockets months after using it. I'm now on a 4-month stay in Guatemala and am carrying it with me very day. SO useful , well-made and well-thought out. Thanks!