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Osprey Stratos 24

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Weight2 lb 5 oz
Cu. In.1500

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Osprey Stratos 24
4.3 out of 5 based on 7 user reviews.


Cred: 1364
Review by zephyr7863 on Feb. 28, 2011
really comfy, good compression straps, water bladder compatible, deep water bottle pockets, lightweight, easily adjusted, waist belt pockets for essentials. makes for a good all-day pack.
theres a frame that more or less splits your cargo space in half. while the closer half is mesh and keeps your back cool, especially if you have a camelbak in it, it makes loading it very awkward. it also makes the size deceiving, when you only have about half of the cargo space you would expect in the actual pack
Gregory Miwok


Cred: 210
Review by thehumble1 on Sep. 06, 2011
Cool design to pack does work. great 2 way setup for hydration packs. lightweight and good pockets on side and in hip straps. Nice cinching capability, really durable. Easy on the eyes. Good adjustability for torso sizes. Rides well on the hips. Back elastic pocket perfect for a frisbee and large enough for a bike helmet. Straps so adjustable I was able to carry a case of beer with just the cinch strapping, no extra straps needed.
Aircore system takes up 1/3 of usable room, too bad you can't collapse it during the cold months when you don't need it. It also causes small things to become lost in the bottom corners as they are hard to see. Hip straps should have more padding as should shoulder straps. Shoulder straps are close together which can cut into your neck. Hard frame rides high on the back, hitting bike helmet when shoulder straps are tight.
The picture listed doesn't Look like the pack. Maybe a different year.



Cred: 189
Review by Jazzejohn on Sep. 06, 2008
Extremely comfortable, great fit (on person and packing), very stable (great frame), all the right features in the right places.
Could use a few more small accessory pockets, I'm still working out where to squeeze in the bars and gels.
NONE


Cred: 614
Review by octennis on Aug. 16, 2008
Good daypack, nice pockets on hipbelt and good suspension


Cred: 5
Review by dirtycarl on Feb. 27, 2011
As some with large shoulders and chest smaller daypacks are a bit useless and uncomfortable. This has enough space for my days gear and is a great fit. The packframe sets the backpanel away form the oack it self leaving lots of room for awesome airflow.
front pockets are difficult to use effectively when cinch straps are torqued down.


Cred: 44
Review by fb_775229750 on Apr. 14, 2008
very comfy, good venting for back, love the waist belt


Cred: 8
Review by pauisnow on Sep. 07, 2011
Comfortable and good airflow
Frame makes pack lose alot of space
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