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Versatile day hiker.
Big enough to handle an all-day excursion when you're traveling light, yet also compact and lightweight enough for shorter jaunts, the Osprey Women's Mira 26 Hydration Pack offers the versatility needed to handle any length of day hike. It includes a 2.5 liter reservoir to handle your hydration needs on long treks, and its Anti-Gravity suspension system supports and stabilizes your load so you barely even notice you're wearing a pack.
The Anti-Gravity suspension system uses a combination of different design elements—a LightWire frame, mesh back panel, BioStretch shoulder harness, and AG hip belt—to distribute weight, enhance breathability, and achieve a comfortable fit, no matter far you roam. The included reservoir also has a hose with a magnetic sternum strap bite valve so you can take quick sips on the go. The main compartment offers room for an extra layer, lunch, and other trail accessories, and dual upper and lower compression straps help you keep your load compact. A helmet attachment loop lets you hook up your brain bucket when you go on climbing or biking missions, and the integrated rain cover can be easily deployed when an unexpected storm rolls in.
- High-tenacity and ripstop fabrics
- LightWire frame
- BioStretch shoulder harness
- AG hip belt
- Includes Hydralics LT 2.5L reservoir with bite valve
- Dual upper and lower compression straps
- Integrated removable rain cover
- Fleece-lined sunglasses pocket
- Helmet attachment loop
- Item #OSP005A
- Q & A
In Love with Osprey's AG Frame
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
If you have not bought a backpack before, going with Osprey's Ag (Anti Gravity) frame is a no brainer. The frame pulls away from your back to let your back breathe and not get too sweaty on those long summer hikes- while giving great support. I have this pack along with the AG Aura 60L and I wouldn't get another pack without this style frame, it makes all the difference in comfort. As for the pockets on the pack, the only thing that is missing in the 26L is the exterior storage in between the two zippered compartments...The 32L offers that, but the 26L, however does not. I really liked that feature about the 32L, but 32L was just too big for a day pack, but the 26L does have the outermost compartment that you can shove a thin windbreaker or sweatshirt in without having to unzip...but its just smaller then the extra compartment the 32L offers....other than that the bag is awesome, also coming with its own water bladder, which is 2.5L is a great included feature.
Osprey Mire AG Product Tour
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