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Osprey
Airporter LZ

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Ever wonder how you keep your pack safe while traveling? Simply drop your pack into the Osprey Airporter LZ, and zip shut with the lockable zippers. Your pack’s webbing and buckles will be protected during transit. When you arrive at your destination, pull the pack out and stash the Airporter into its built-in pocket.

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Gender: Unisex
Weight: 13 oz/ .37 kg
Volume: 8225 cu. in./ 136 liter
Season: F13
Vendor ProductId: 231100
Review ProductId: 7509

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OspreyAirporter LZ
 
4.0

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4.0

Terrific bag/pack cover

By Traveling teacher

from Appalachia

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Pros

  • Large Capacity
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Difficult To Adjust
  • Need better straps

Best Uses

  • Travel

Comments about Osprey Airporter LZ:

I fly A LOT (particulary overseas), and I must take my backpack, instead of a suitcase. I always use the Airporter as a cover/case for my backpack when flying. It helps keep my bag clean, keeps straps out of airport machinery, and provides an additional layer of security with its locking zipper. Every ounce I carry in my backpack is scrutinized for how it adds to my load, but the Airporter's ligh weight means I don't second guess bringing it along.

Perhaps one small flaw is that when the Airporter is loaded with a heavy backpack, it is not really possible to use it straps to carry the whole bag. Their is only one strap, it is a bit flimsy, and not very adjustable. So I usually end up putting my backpack into the Airporter when I arrive in the check-in line, and kind of drag it along until I reacher the check-in counter. When I retrieve it after the flight, I immediately take my backpack out of the Airport and proceed.

This is my second one; the first got stolen. Highly recommend.

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