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Bring it all, and bring it in style.
Women are prepared for anything, and it's a cinch with the capacious and smartly designed Osprey Women's Mira 34 Hydration Pack. With room enough for extra layers for varying weather, good food, and ample hydration, the Manta ensures that you're ready when the winds kick in and your friends start eying your nourishing spread. Good thing you're a generous soul and there's room enough to bring extras. And your essentials stay organized and accessible with plentiful pockets and designated trekking pole, helmet, and sunglass holders, while the highly ventilated and padded suspension system keeps the load light and secure.
- Women-specific shoulder straps, hipbelt, and torso sizing for uncompromising fit and comfort
- AirSpeed mesh backpanel supported by LightWire frame incorporates side vents so you don’t get bogged down by the sweaties and ridge foam to keep your back happy
- BioStretch harness features perforated EVA foam with large holes for enhanced breathability and comfortable stretch lined with soft, breathable spacer mesh
- Stretch sternum strap has magnetic hose attachment for quick and easy access to life-sustaining water
- Mesh-covered BioStretch built-in hipbelt transfer and stabilizes load, breathes via perforation, and features a modified, straight ErgoPull closure
- Wide panel access to main compartment makes quick grabs hassle-free and full-length side zipper adds accessibility
- Large front pocket with mesh organizer and shove-it pocket stores smaller and frequent-use items right where you want them
- Rugged and light 70 x 100D nylon shadow creek and 600D polyester fabrics withstand outdoor wear and tear
- Integrated rain cover comes out when the clouds let loose
- Ample 3L Hydraulics Reservoir features an integral framesheet to keep water close to your body and prevent barreling, a rigid handle for easy insertion into pack, and wide-mouth cap for easy filling and cleaning
- MPE film in reservoir ensures taste-free water and is durable enough to handle hot water
- Zippered stretch mesh hip-belt pockets secure small, quick-access items; stretch mesh front and side pockets let you quickly stash extra gear; and zippered, embossed sunglass pocket protects your eyewear
- Dual side compression straps keep load lean and close to body for a stable haul
- Helmet attachment loop gives you a spot to hang your climb, bike, or ski helmet while not in use
- Stow-on-the-Go secures your trekking poles out of the way when not needed
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love Osprey, and I have another pack from them (aura 65) which is amazing. After looking at the sizing chart, I got an XS (which matches the XS measurements for the Aura), but the size is very different. The length of the back is much smaller. If I adjust the straps correctly, the belt ends up on my waist. If I adjust the belt correctly, the straps are way too long and they strain my shoulders.
When I initially tried it on (flat with no weight) it seemed great, so i took off the tags. Now that I have taken it on three trips with various weights, its clear that I can't wear this backpack for anything more than a couple of pounds. What a shame! I've been saving up to get this pack for a while, and now it turns out to be unusable :(
Amazing Day Pack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I love this pack. I've taken it on short day hikes, long all-day hikes, and used it for general traveling. The pack provides great support and is very comfortable.
I can easily fit all of the gear I need for a day: rain layers, three liters of water, water filtration system, snacks, my Keens if I'm doing a hike near water, first aid kit, etc. Every time I've packed my pack, I feel like I could have fit more very comfortably.
The pockets are all well-placed and easy to use. The side mesh pockets hold things really still, and the front mesh pocket is great for snacks. The main compartment has a great additional zipper that lets you get to the stuff you've stowed at the bottom of your pack.
The frame system keeps my back a lot cooler than packs that sit right on my back, and the support system keeps the weight pretty evenly distributed.
My two negatives: The first is that the hip pockets don't fit an iPhone 6. I mostly keep chapstick and tissues in them. My old osprey pack had a digi-flip on the strap and I really miss it. The other con is that osprey reservoirs are great, but really make sure you're screwing the cap on the right way or water will leak every where.
Perfect Day Pack
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I recently took this on a 14 mile hike. I needed to carry 5 liters of water, plus my hiking needs. So, it was important that this pack had plenty of support. It did and I was very comfortable.
Pros: The suspended, mesh back did keep me cooler than other packs that lie right against your back. The hip pockets were very useful. I had plenty of room for a rain jacket, lunch, snacks, sunscreen, and 5 liters of water. The water bottle pockets on the side work very well. The bottles don't move at all, even if you lean over. The water reservoir was very easy to use.
My con won't be a problem for everyone. I have a phone with a big Lifeproof case. I use my phone for photos, so needed to take it in and out of the hip pockets. It was a very tight squeeze. What I really need, is a better camera.
Hint: Put your fruit in the outside mesh pocket. It will keep it from getting knocked around and bruised.
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Osprey Mira Series
I'm debating between the Mira and Sirrus...
I'm debating between the Mira and Sirrus packs as a gift for my wife. It's intended for day trips with the kids, whether to a theme park or the zoo. Has anyone compared them for similar use?
I was looking at both for leading trips with kids. Last year I had groups of 10 year old girls, and though they were multi-day canoe trips, I needed a daypack to keep with me in the boat for portages and easy access to the med-kit, layers, snacks, etc. I narrowed it down to this pack and here's why: when you're with kids, as you know, you need easy access to everything. For the larger Sirrus packs, the top loading just isn't practical for digging things out fast. I keep a med kit with me when I'm with the little ones, and I need to know I can get to it right away. The Mira also has more pockets. This allows for better organization for everything from maps to books and snacks for when the kids get tired and need a break. Extra layers are perfect for the stretch mesh front pocket. I try to keep a few extra rain jackets on me. Sometimes the parents of the kids I'm leading send their children out with ponchos thinking that that's acceptable for multi-day trips. For what you're doing, it sounds like you'll need organization. Though both are great packs, it'll be a huge time saver to go on day trips with the Mira. I'd pick the Sirrus for more ultralight backpacking type trips or for climbing where I can just throw a rack or two in a bag and go. Hope that helped!