Osprey Kestrel 48 Backpack Twilight M/L
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DECENT FEATURES of the Osprey Kestrel 48 Backpack Stretch woven front pocket Stretch woven side pockets Zippered hipbelt pockets Front daisies with bungee tie-offs Dual ice axe loops Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment Reverse Straight Jacket compression straps Integrated raincover Hydration Compatible Fixed top pocket with gear loops and dual zippered compartments Under-lid zippered mesh pocket Top loader Removable sleeping pad straps Zippered sleeping bag compartment Dual vertical zippered side pockets Kestrel Harness Die-cut EVA foam Torso adjustable Three-position adjustable sternum strap Stretch webbing for hydration tube AirScape Suspension LightWire peripheral frame 5 mm HDPE foam framesheet AirScape backpanel with 5 mm ridged foam Kestrel Hipbelt ErgoPull closure with stretch webbing strap keeper Zippered hipbelt pockets The SPECS 420D Nylon Pack Cloth 210D x 330D Nylon Shadow Box Nylon Spun Mesh The SPECS for S/M Capacity: 2800 cubic inches / 46 liters Weight: 3 lbs 7 oz / 1.56 kg The SPECS for M/L Capacity: 2900 cubic inches / 48 liters Weight: 3 lbs 10 oz / 1.64 kg Dimensions: 26.5" x 14" x 12.5" / 67 x 35.5 x 32 cm Load Range: 30-40 lbs / 13.6-18.1 kg OVERSIZE ITEM: We cannot ship this product by any expedited shipping method (3-Day, 2-Day or Next Day). Even if you pick that option, it will still go Ground Shipping. Sorry for being so mean.
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Top Customer Reviews
I love this Osprey and will buy another in the future, shall my wife decides she needs one as well! This size is perfect... I'm 5'7 160 pounds and it fits well. You can go up one more size for my frame I believe. but the smaller one will be too small/less useful in my opinion for folks in my height/frame range.
I would buy this bag again and recommend it to my friends.. in fact my hiking buddy just bought his own.
I now swear by Osprey.
Great fit, tons of adjustment, includes rain cover, and has extra pockets on hip belt.
Pouch on the inside of the back to hang a water bladder
Back panel works pretty well at ventilation.
Easy access to bottom sleeping bag compartment - very convenient.
Have used the pack on 5 or 6 overnight and longer trips. Plenty of room in the pack and it is very easy to balance your load if you know what you are doing.
So far so good, and I see no obvious signs of that changing anytime soon.
This summer we are all backpacking Glacier in MT and the Wind Rivers in WY with 4 Osprey packs.