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Osprey Packs Stratos 24 Backpack

Some compact day packs scrimp on features, but the Osprey Stratos 24 backpack is loaded with technical features and rugged functionality. That's because Osprey opted for a full-featured backpack design that emphasizes enhanced value, versatility and comfort. Recently Osprey redesigned their Stratos series and gave it an Airspeed Suspension that uses a LightWire alloy frame with a tensioned stretch mesh backpanel. It offers the same air circulation options found on the former AirCore suspension with a 3D form-fitting design and enhanced stability. The panel-loading Stratos 24 is hydration system compatible and has an integrated rain cover. Zippered hipbelt pockets make it easy to stow compact hiking and backcountry essentials for easy access. If you do online comparisons with other packs, you'll find lighter daypacks out there, but you won't find the quality features and functionality of the Stratos 24 Backpack in this carrying capacity.

  • Fabrics: 210-denier double ripstop nylon and 420 heavy denier nylon pack cloth
  • Redesigned with AirSpeed™ suspension and 3D mesh backpanel and LightWire™ frame
  • Harness pocket
  • Hydration system compatible (hydration system not included)
  • Ice axe attachment
  • InsideOut™ Compression design for load control
  • Integrated rain cover
  • Panel load design
  • Zippered hipbelt pockets for small essentials
  • Dimensions: 19.5 in x 12.5 in x 8.5 in, 50 cm x 32 cm x 22 cm
  • Capacity: 1,343 cu in, 22 liters (small), 1,465 cu in, 24 liters (medium), 1,587 cu in, 26 liters (large)
  • Weight: 2 lbs 6 oz, 1.08 kg (small), 2 lbs 8 oz, 1.12 kg (medium), 2 lbs 10 oz, 1.13 kg (large)

Buy the Osprey Packs Stratos 24 Backpack from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

5 Star Rating

Reviews - Osprey Packs Stratos 24 Backpack

5 Stars Martinvs - 2011-10-05

Good daypack but not what I was looking for
Well, the product itself is excellent, very esthetic and ergonomic design, very comfortable, useful pockets on the hipbelts, raincover included.... well, it's simply well constructed and has all features you might need for daily adventures, but I was looking for something that could satisfy both my biking needs along with my hiking activities. There was something missing, probably more pockets, more dividers, more storage.... For just a daypack it's perfect, but if you are a little bit more exigent and demanding like me, better look for something a bit bigger, probably 28 to 32 lts, with more outside pockets.. I would have been perfect ;)

5 Stars williek - 2011-07-27

Quick and Lite
Some days I just wake up and want to throw some things together real quick and hit the trail for a day hike.....early in early out. This pack is perfect for me. Holds everything I need. Rain gear,fleece,change of clothes, stove,food,water etc. Plenty of smaller pockets for essentials and personals you don't want to leave in the car like keys,wallet and cell phone. Side pockets can be used for nalgenes if you don't want to use the integrated pocket for a bladder inside the main compartment. Two small pockets on the waist belt are great for an energy bar or small camera. An integrated rain cover is hidden inside a zipper on the front....are you kidding me what a great idea. All packs should adopt this idea. I guess they don't get enough of your money for the pack alone. Stow and go system for my trekking poles are great. The suspension is great and keeps the pack feeling light on my back and the mesh back panel keeps my back much drier than other packs i've owned. Just a great little day pack......get it you'll love it!! I got the Tarn Blue in Large. Nice color and perfect size for me (i'm kinda large - 38in waist)

5 Stars YWeHike - 2011-07-14

Great pack for long day hikes
I was looking for a small lightweight pack that would carry water, food, and clothing for long dayhikes. In addition, I wanted to replace a Camelbak pack that had all the weight on my shoulders. The Osprey Stratos 24 had all the features I wanted in a lightweight pack that had a comfortable hip belt: hydration slot, dual hydration ports, 3 mess small pockets in front, raincover, several easy accessible pockets, and a unique system to stow poles on the fly. This pack is designed with a frame and suspension that keeps the pack away from your back which prevents sweating. All in all this is a great pack for long day hikes as it has all the features I need and gets the weight off my shoulders.


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