- Product Dimensions: 21 x 8 x 5 inches ; 2.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
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- ASIN: B0042DPI5S
- Item model number: 025024-430-Medium
- Average Customer Review: 35 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #603,391 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Osprey Sirrus 24-Litre Backpack (Amethyst, Medium)
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- Large panel access
- Single ice axe attachment
- Hydration compatible
- Volume: 1500ci/24L
- Weight: 2lbs 7oz/1.11k
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 8 x 21 inches|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Style Name||Sirrus 24|
The Sirrus series offers women's fit in a ventilated technical day pack. Women's harness, hipbelt and tree torso sizes provide superb sizing and comfort, and are complimented by great colors and graphics. The Sirrus 24 is a great pack for day hiking and peak bagging. Also features large panel access, single ice axe attachment, 2x zippered mesh hipbelt pockets, 2 side mesh woven pockets with insideout compression, upper side compression straps, integrated rain cover, stretch woven backpanel, stow on the go trekking pole attachment, and is also hydration compatible.
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I had to use it briefly as a work and travel backpack - it doesn't do a great job at those functions because of the long, rigid frame (things don't fit easily inside and it's too long for under an airplane seat). That's not a reason to lose stars over since it's a hiking backpack, but I thought I'd share in case anyone was thinking of getting it to fit those purposes as well.
The front straps have three zipper compartments, two on the lower belt and one on the shoulder strap at chest height. The chest compartment just fits my Razor cell phone perfectly. If you have anything larger, like an IPhone, forget fitting it in there! In the two lower belt compartments I keep my Nikon Coolpix, tissues, trekking pole tips and lip balm. Wish they were larger as I feel like I'm going to loose things when fishing for something inside them. I have to fight with them to get the camera in and out which is a problem if I want to take a quick pic. Again, a glove-tight fit. They are located at the pelvic side front which is somewhat hard to reach. I would have liked to be able to adjust them to be more toward the front, but Osprey must have designed them this way to keep them out of the way when bending the legs up a steep incline, which is good. The Zipper pulls are ring-shaped and easily grasped. Having the belt compartments zipping closed from front to back (rather than from back to front) would have been more to my liking, as the plastic rings stick out and rub on my arms when hiking sleeveless in the summer. Go twelve miles with this and you have a red welt.
There are three back compartments which vary in size from large to small. The large fully unzipper-able compartment is perfect size for a first aid kit, headlamp, notebook, extra clothes and jacket, everything you need for a fun day, but is not be adequate for overnighters. I like that I can cinch down the load with the attached clasp tabs. In the medium size compartment, I put snacks, sunscreen and insect repellant. It's good for quick access supplies. It has a small license-sized mesh pocket. The small fixed compartment on top is not as easy to access with the pack on, as they advertise. It takes a little acrobatics to get to. But, it has a sewn-in bright orange key hook which is great. This pack needs more pockets inside the compartments!! I scavenged one off my old pack and sewed it into the large compartment, where small things seem to sink down and get lost, never to be found again. The side mesh pockets are good, easy access to water bottles, maps, gloves, etc. but too small for all the sundries I want at my fingertips. The trekking pole holder was one major reason I bought this pack. The how-to video shows a quick, easy process of stowing the poles, but it is not so easy reaching back with poles in hand to get them through the lower elastic cord, then through the front cord, hold the poles, press the toggle release button and pull the cord to tighten it around them. If I had three hands it would be no problem. Also, if you are sleeveless, the whole thing rubs against the tender upper arm area. I have to wrap a bandana around the top of my poles on summer treks to cover them and the protruding cord end. It's still great to put them away and have the hands free though.
One other big reason for purchasing this pack is the stow-away rain cover which I have used more than once so far -- no worries about stuff getting wet. The cover is red, good for visibility on a dark day during hunting season. There is also a handy ice pick clasp at the back. You can retrofit it with a camelback too. The 3D tensioned mesh back panel really adds ventilation and comfort, but sheds off some of the surface of my fleece over-jacket.
The colors are beautiful and the look of this pack is so cool. Overall, I love it and would highly recommend it for any day hiker, nubie or veteran.
-Extremely well balanced.
-Nice hip straps with plenty of stash pockets on the hip and shoulder straps.
-Good mount of room to store things.
-Mesh back airing system is comfortable and very cooling. (I even toss little things in there as an easy place to stash and grab things I'll need but don't want in the bag and are too big for the pockets, e.g. iPad mini).
-Built in rain cover is nice (though the color is whatever they have on hand, not necessarily matched to the bag, i.e. mine is a very bright red).
-Lots of mountain climbing features (at least I think that's what they are) like a loop on the bottom for an axe/pick, strap/loop on the shoulder strap for hiking rods, and a buckle for other miscellaneous gear like a rope that is right under the Osprey logo.
-Set up for a hydration system, which is nice if you have a Camelbak or something.
-Sleeping pad straps would be much appreciated. I know it's a day pack, but it has enough space to go on an overnight hike if you want, and I'm using it to haul stuff around 3 campus from 8 am to 9 pm 3 days a week, which includes a stop at yoga, so sleeping pad straps would have really improved functionality without adding any weight.
-The curvature from the air ventilation system makes it difficult to pack some things in and can be painful to rub your hand against if you're packing the inner bag tightly (just beware).
-The pockets on the bag itself (top one for keys and the one on the flap) have curved closures, which make them a little odd to fit things in/get things out of depending on the item, especially irritating when the pocket is full or you're in a hurry.
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