A burly backpack built for a day on the mountain.
There is plenty of space in the Osprey Stratos 26 Backpack for all your gear whether you're hiking, mountain biking, or climbing for a day. The designers at Osprey shaped this pack's LightWire alloy frame in
such a unique way that it optimizes your load's balance as well as
enhances the ventilation system with the help of the AirSpeed back
panel. Add that to the sewn-in spacer mesh at both the waist-belt and
the shoulder straps, and you're ready to tackle anything in the
mountains without a sweat. The waist-belt utilizes ErgoPull straps for
an ideal fit. Made with a blend of high-tenacity nylon and 420HD nylon overlays, this pack is super durable and
will handle rocky scrapes and dirt dragging for years, and Osprey even integrated a rain cover so you can
continue your mountainous adventures in poor conditions.
Stratos 26 features sleeping pad straps that you can remove if
sleeping outside isn't part of the agenda, side mesh-woven pockets for
water bottles, and zippered pockets at the waist-belt for any small item you
want quick access to like lip balm or sunscreen. Both the upper compression
and lower InsideOut straps compress all your gear so it doesn't move
around when you're riding. Stow-On-The-Go attachments at the shoulder straps accommodate your trekking poles when you don't need them, and there is an ice tool attachment below the pack so you're ready for year-round mountain adventures.
- AirSpeed back panel with LightWire frame
- Sewn-in spacer mesh at shoulder straps and waist-belt
- ErgoPull waist-belt closure
- Top loader with twin zippered pockets
- Removable sleeping pad straps
- 210D high-tenacity twill nylon shell with 420HD nylon overlays
- Integrated rain cover
- Side mesh-woven pockets
- Zippered waist-belt pockets
- Upper compression and lower InsideOut straps
- Stow-On-The-Go trekking pole attachment
- Single ice tool with bungee tie-off
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the photo is of the stratos 24, the stratos...
the photo is of the stratos 24, the stratos 26 has a lid.
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