Osprey Kestrel 38

Osprey Kestrel 38
$220.00
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The versatile Osprey Kestrel 38 is designed to transport 30-40 pound loads anywhere you care to go. With a separate zippered sleeping bag compartment and external sleeping pad straps, it’s a fully functional overnight pack. Or cinch down the StraightJacket™ side compression straps and take it out for a day of canyoneering in Utah’s San Rafael swell.

  • Unique Stow-On-The-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Stretch lycra mesh front and side pockets
  • Integrated raincover
  • Hydration compatible
  • Front daisies with bungee tie offs

Volumes and Weights
US and International weight and volume specifications

Size cu. in. liter lbs/oz kg.
S/M 2197 36 3/1 1.39
M/L 2319 38 3/3 1.44



Dimensions
Dimensions are shown as length (height) x width x depth
S/M
CM: 64 x 29 x 28
IN: 25 x 11 x 11

M/L
CM: 70 x 30 x 28
IN: 28 x 12 11

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Pros

  • Comes with rain cover 
  • Comfortable 
  • Customizable fit 
  • Easy weight distribution 
  • Loads of space 

Cons

  • Space limitations 

Best Uses

  • 1 to 2 day camping 
  • Day hikes 
  • Everyday 

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5

Comfort and versatility

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from Fredericton, NB, Canada

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Pros

  • Customizable Fit
  • Easy Weight Distribution
  • Water Resistant
  • Comfortable
  • Loads of space
  • Comes with rain cover
  • Very Versatile
  • Tough

Cons

  • Space Limitations

Best Uses

  • Everyday use
  • Day hike
  • 1 To 2 Day Camping

Comments:

I use this product primarily to carry books and other gear at university. The load usually goes between 20 lbs on a light day and 40 to 50 lbs on a rough day. I also had the opportunity to go on a 5 day trip staying in a hostel. It's perfect for everyday use, but the space is limited if you plan on going camping for more than 2 days. Unless you are an ultralight survivalist camper, this is not recommended for multi-day trips. As for carrying heavy loads, my last backpack had no frame and caused me sever back pain. Within a week of using this backpack the pain was gone and has never returned.

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