A frontal stretch pocket is perfect for packing a waterproof, especially if wet, as it's separated from your other gear. Further storage is provided via stretch mesh side pockets, a vertical zipped front panel pocket, and two zipped hip belt pockets that are ideal for snacks or valuables.
There's an internal key attachment clip which keeps your key safe and handily placed, so there's no need to rummage around in the pocket. There is also an outer pocket containing an integrated and detachable raincover which can be stretched over the pack. External hydration access is available, with a handy clip so the (up to 3L) reservior does not slip down your back. All of this storage can be thoughtfully compressed using side cinching.
A sleeping bag base compartment with internal divider sits at the base, and is ideal for any multi-day expedition. Further hiking specifications include the Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment, which allows you to tuck your pole away so your hands are free to map read, while an ice axe loop sits towards the base of the pack. The Stratos is ideal for weekend adventures with friends as well as day trips with the family.
- Capacity: 24L
- Nylon crosshatch (210D)
- Nylon packcloth (420D)
- Backsystem: AirSpeed trampoline suspended mesh
- Sternum strap with emergency whistle
- Vertical centred zipped pocket
- Adjustable torso length
- Zipped panel access
- Integrated & detachable raincover
- Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment
- Stretch mesh side pockets
- Side compression straps
- External hydration access
- Twin zipped hipbelt pockets
- Ice axe loop
- Internal key attachment clip
- Dimensions: 56 x 30 x 30cm
- Weight: 1.25kg
Santa Cruz California 1974. Mike Pfotenhauer sat at his sewing machine with a head full of ideas and a burning passion to build the most innovative backpacks to the highest standard.
Fast forward to 2015. One man’s vision has grown into a wide range of Osprey rucksacks and accessories that are being used from the highest mountains to the most remote islands and everywhere between.
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