OSPREY Kestrel 68 BackpackThe Osprey Kestrel 68 provides large capacity and sleeping bag access for those longer trips.
- AirScape backpanel with ridged foam, torso adjustable harness and diecut slotted hipbelt
- Top loading design, zipped top pocket
- Dual vertical zipped side pockets offer even more storage
- External pocket for hydration reservoir lets you fill up without unpacking your gear
- Hipbelt pockets provide quick access to your camera and other essentials
- Integrated raincover ensures you always have protection for your gear with you
- Removable sleeping pad straps adjust to a variety of pads
- Reverse straightjacket compression straps snug down an undersized load
- Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment
- Stretch woven front pocket easily stashes an extra layer
- Tool attachments stores your ice axes, tripods an other gear
- Zippered access to the sleeping bag compartment with drop-down divider
OSPREY Kestrel 68 Backpack
Gender Unisex Pack Fabric (Primary) 420D nylon
210 double-diamond nylon
Frame Material Aluminum Hydration Compatible Yes Frame Type Internal frame Torso Length S/M <19 in.
M/L >19 in.
Primary Use Backpacking Weight S/M 3 lb. 13 oz.
M/L 4 lb.
Volume S/M 4028 cu. in.
M/L 4150 cu. in.
Weight Capacity Over 50 lb. Volume Range 60-69 Liters Trip Length Extended Trip (>3 nights)
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Attractive Design
- Great Features
- Rain Cover Included
- Have To Pack Carefully
Comments about OSPREY Kestrel 68 Backpack:
Recently used this bag for a solo overnight on Mt. Washington. I have a 50-liter bag that I normally use for most backpacking trips, but I wanted space for more layers and food. The bag performed very well, although it took a while to get it adjusted perfectly for me. And you need to be careful how you pack it. You can feel hard-sided objects through the back panel if you place them up against it. After hiking a mile I rearranged the bag and it was great. The included rain cover is a huge selling point! I've already used it, as it rained on my way back down the mountain. Very simple to unzip the pocket and pull it over. No digging around in the bottom of your bag!
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