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Osprey Packs Kestrel 58 Backpack (Fire Red, Medium/Large)

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  • Airscape Backpanel
  • Dual vertical zippered side pockets
  • External hydration pocket
  • Hipbelt pockets
  • Intergrated Raincover

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The Kestrel 58 is a great pack for weekend or longer trips. Two torso sizes and and a torso adjustable harness keep fitting easy while our an AirScape backpanel with LightWire framing provide excellent comfort.

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005DFIYEQ
  • Item model number: 033758-315
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #687,493 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I grew up out West (Utah) and spent much of my summers camping in the mountains using an external frame pack. Currently I live in South Florida. While camping in South Florida is entirely different than camping out West, I am a Scout master and there is no way I was going to let the boys get away without camping at least once every couple months.

Some of the more enthusiastic boys have outgrown car camping so I decided to take them for a weekend backpacking trip. Having left my dependable external frame pack back in Utah years ago, I went on a quest to find a new pack. I really loved my old external frame but decided to try a higher quality internal frame pack.

After a lot of looking I ended up vacillating between an Osprey Kestral, Osprey Atmos, and an Osprey Aether. Ultimately, I purchased the Kestrel 58. Since the weekend backpacking trip was the first time any of the boys had backpacked (our troop does own a handful of Teton 3400 packs), I took a bit more weight than I normally would have--35lbs. Over 2.5 days I did 18 miles through sand. I had absolutely no legitimate problems with the pack. In fact, the pack transferred the weight to my hips so effectively that I had no back discomfort or soreness during or after the trip.

I am not going to bother with what I liked about the pack; rather I am going to explain what I mean by "no legitimate problems with the pack."

* The hip belt pockets were small. This is a nit-picky complaint and since most packs do not even have hip belt pockets, this is not a legitimate complaint.

* I would have liked more pockets in the pack, but by design, internal frame packs have fewer pockets.
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By Bliss3 on February 9, 2013
Size: Small/MediumColor: Talus Grey Verified Purchase
They said this bag was in perfect condition. And it is! And I got it for like what... $70 less than regular price! It's big enough for sure. I might even have too much space- I'm back packing through Costa Rica. I guess I'll have room for souvenirs.
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Size: Small/MediumColor: Fire Red
Length: 14:16 Mins
Osprey Kestrel 58 Backpack I love Osprey this pack is awesome if your
Going on a multi-day hike. If I really pack smart I can get food and everything
Else for about 9 days of hiking i really like the way this backpack feels..
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Size: Small/MediumColor: Fire Red Verified Purchase
I bought this pack just before a pretty arduous trek in Corsica. The weather was hot; the mountains were steep, and staying dry was difficult. The pack performed well and kept me as dry as possible in those conditions. I was camping with a bivvy, so the integral rain cover was very convenient. Pack is easy to organize; has about the right amount of internal and external pockets. I am lean with a slim frame, and pack was comfortable on hips and shoulders. My only mild complaint is that the load felt a little wobbly sideways at the top, especially on steep ascents. I wasn't able to make that go away with adjustments, and although it was minor, it made me feel less stable. Otherwise a great pack.
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