Just as comfortable in overhead storage as it is in train cars, the Porter 46 is the largest carry-on compatible pack in the series. This versatile weekend getaway bag offers the simplicity of a gear-hauling duffel along with everyday organization and travel convenience. A stowaway harness provides backpack-style carry when you need it and storage when the bag is checked. A sustainable build—including recycled fabrics, bluesign®-approved materials and PFC-free DWR—doesn’t compromise Osprey’s commitment to quality design, construction and durability.
SUSTAINABLE & DURABLE BUILD
Constructed with recycled materials without compromising Osprey’s commitment to quality construction, design and durability.
Large U-zip main opening combined with easily accessible pockets provide on-the-go access to key items.
StraightJacket compression straps with padded sidewalls protect your contents and compress the bag to a smaller size when it isn’t fully stuffed.
STOWAWAY HARNESS AND HIPBELT
Harness and hipbelt deploy at a moment’s notice for backpack-style carry and quickly disappear into the backpanel for safekeeping when the bag is checked.
-Zippered top pocket provides easy access to toiletries and liquids
-U-zip full panel zip access to main compartment
-Lockable zippers on main and laptop compartments
-Reinforced cord loops to attach an Osprey Daylite® daypack
-Front panel vertical zippered pocket for books, travel documents, etc.
-StraightJacket compression with padded sidewalls secures any size load effectively
-Padded sidewalls create a bucket-style opening and provide protection for valuables inside
-Front panel organization with zippered pocket and key clip
-Protected rear panel lockable zip laptop sleeve for quick access while traveling
-Padded luggage handle pass-through top and side grab handles
-Tuckaway web loops to attach a shoulder strap (sold separately)
-Dual internal zippered organization side pockets
-Dual internal compression straps keep clothes neat
-Internal pockets can accommodate most popular luggage trackers