Both packs come in two sizes: S/M and M/L. Comparing the capacity in liters of the Talon 22 and 33 produces these numbers: S/M size, Talon 22, 20 liters, Talon 33, 31 liters; M/L size, Talon 22, 22 liters, Talon 33, 33 liters. Not surprisingly, the Talon 33 weighs three to four ounces more, depending on the size. And, of course, the Talon 33 costs more – about $130 list price compared to about $100 for the Talon 22, although both are often available at good discounts. The 33 comes in four colors; the 22 in five.
For a deeper look at how the Talon family stacks up, check out our complete review of the Osprey Talon 22 and our full Daypack Review.
Other versions include the Osprey Talon 22 and Osprey Talon 22 with Platypus Big Zip SL.
There are also various sizes of the Talon: Talon 6, Talon 11, Talon 18, Talon 33, and Talon 44.
The Osprey Hi-Vis Raincover will protect a smaller Osprey pack from the elements.