Win an Osprey Transporter 95 Backpack worth £130!

I’ve been a big fan of Osprey backpacks since my first backpacking trip way back in 2009. It actually wasn’t my backpack, it was Sam’s but I was so envious.

Sam’s Osprey backpack had cost a little more than mine but the extra £50 he’d spent could be seen in the quality and design. His backpack just felt nicer. It was stronger but lighter, more practical but more stylish.

Nearly 10 years later and Sam still has that backpack and I wouldn’t be surprised if he still has it in another 10 years – although maybe just as a reminder of his adventurous youth.

Osprey is awesome so I’m very excited to have an worth £130 to give away!

Here’s what Osprey say about the Transporter…

AdventureProof. Transporters are tough, high-quality duffels designed to withstand the rigours of adventure. Representing the pinnacle of performance in expedition-style duffel bags, Transporter features premium, highly durable materials, a water-resistant design and an extremely comfortable carrying system.

Transporter 95 is the perfect companion on your adventures. Easily big enough for your technical equipment, the Transporter 95 will quickly become a firm favourite for packing up your expedition gear into and heading out on a big adventure.

Very tough, TPU laminated nylon provides exceptional durability while remaining light and soft to the touch. The construction patterns and materials of Transporter have been chosen to provide a high level of weather resistance and the ability to withstand a lot of punishment.

A yoked harness with sternum strap ensures that the load is carried comfortably. When not in use, the harness can be stowed inside a cleverly designed sleeve. Transporter 95 also features detachable load lifters, which add a significant amount of comfort and effective load transfer into the harness of this pack. External end pocket, a pocket under the lid and internal compression straps help to keep the contents organised, whilst an ID card holder ensures you’ll know which duffel is yours immediately. A large U-shaped opening gives easy access to your contents.

Transporter 95 is a brilliant all-round travel pack, offering the performance and durability of an expedition pack with the comfort and innovative features that Osprey is well renowned for.


Let’s put that simply, the Transporter is tough, durable, big enough for everything and a real adventurers backpack.

Osprey currently have a team of travelling around the world with a 95L Transporter duffel, passing the pack on to a new team member every couple of months and sharing their story on social media along the way. You can follow along and see what they’re up to with the hashtag #OspreyAdventureProof.


If you’d like to win this adventurous backpack then all you need to do is:

  1. Enter your details into the Rafflecopter app below (your details won’t be used for anything, this is just to make sure a winner is easily selected at random)
  2. Then leave a comment below and tell me where you’d take your backpack if you won. Click on the ‘Show Comments’ link below and it will expand to allow you to add a comment.



  • This competition is only open to those based within the EU (sorry!)
  • Competition is open from February 1st 2018 until February 18th 2018 at midnight
  • I winner be selected at random using Rafflecopter and will be ed via email and asked to provide a postal address
  • If the winner does not respond within 14 days, a new winner will be selected



Monica is the founder and editor of Fujiidenki. She began the blog in 2009 when she left the UK to travel around Asia and Australia for two years. She's now a professional blogger and has travelled around the world in search of stylish adventure travel.Monica has recently had her second baby and is determined to prove that travelling with a baby is possible!

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SHOWHIDE Comments (26)
  1. I’d take it, along with our other fabulous Osprey bag (that we’ve also had nearly 10 years!), to Singapore and Melbourne this October. It looks plenty big enough to bundle enough toddler toys in to keep him occupied on the 13 and 7 hour flights!

  2. I’d take it everywhere I go – I pack and travel light so this would be a perfect travel bag! It’s first trip would be to Montreal with me in April

  3. I would take the transporter with me on the Santiago‘s way in Portugal in May and -omg- I‘m so in love with the colour! Possibly it could be used well to carry the equipment of a camping tour.

  4. I would be balancing my childcare duties and my landscape photography in the Peak District. Carrying all the toddler paraphernalia and camera gear needs a strong but light bag.

  5. I’ve made the big decision to quit my job and travel the world with my best friend! Currently saving our bums off until we go so this would be AWESOME!! Have been reading your blogs in preparation!

  6. Oh my gosh! I’d love to own an osprey (have spent many hours lovingly stroking them in shops). I’d take mine on some epic hikes around my new home in New Zealand!

  7. I would love to take this backpack round the backwaters of Kerala and the temple towns of Tamil Nadu. All round Southern India in fact. It looks the perfect size, and very nice to look at.

  8. This would be perfect to take to the USA this summer. I’m going out to visit four States with my friend Ashley; my year six penfriend/English project! 18 years of friendship & counting!

  9. I’d take it to travel by train in Europe, I missed the opportunity when I was younger, so am planning a 3-4 week trip around Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Norther Italy

  10. I would love to take this bag along on a tour of Europe. I’d start off in Greece, work my way up through the Balkans (Montenegro, Slovenia, Albania), then explore Germany as I make my way to Denmark and finally back to Stockholm, Sweden. This bag would definitely help me pack everything I might possibly need for all the various climates.

  11. This would be the perfect pack for my summer Asia tour. I’m going to Hong Kong first, then China for a visit to a Dental School paired with the one I go to in Glasgow. From Guangzhou I’ll then be working up to Beijing via Shanghai (hoping to see the great wall among other things) and then back down to Thailand. Bangkok then Phucket and Koh Samui to top it all off. I couldn’t think of a better bit of gear to take with me.

    I’m loving all the plans everyone else has for this year, I think it’s’ going to be a big one and hope you all have a blast!

  12. I’d take mine to the East coast of Canada – a train trip from Montreal to Nova Scotia and then travelling around the Atlantic Provinces has forever been on my travel list!

  13. I would love to take this on my trip to South America in April – I’m always guilty of over-packing, so a lightweight, quality bag like this would be ideal!

  14. Oh my god, this bag would be perfect for my upcoming trip to China! I’m spending a few days hiking the Great Wall off the beaten track and I need a soft but durable bag to transport my luggage! Fingers crossed!!

  15. My husband and I are planning on hiking across Dartmoor this year and I am in desperate need of a backpack, seeing as I don’t actually own one at the moment! Ha! We only live an hour from Dartmoor and we’ve decided this is the year we explore our own backyard. Fingers crossed, hope I win!! x

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