Storm up the trail with the wind at your back.
Feel the fresh mountain air flowing across your back during day hikes or trail runs with the Osprey Women's Tempest 6 Lumbar Pack. With the Tempest 6 on your hips, your back will be blissfully free of a burdensome load—you'll be able to move with swift speed and quickly swing it around to the front to access items without having to stop. Side pockets hold two BPA-free, 20-ounce water bottles that come with the pack; bungee retainers and compression straps tighten down to hold the bottles in place if you're moving fast. This savvy little hip-pack will also hold your phone, snacks, maps, and a lightweight rain shell, and the front zippered pocket and two zippered hip-belt pockets offer quick access to smaller items. The mesh-covered, padded hip-belt offers ventilation and cushioning while it faithfully supports your load, and is specially shaped, positioned, and padded to fit the female frame. With everything you need within easy reach, and weight taken off your back, you'll find yourself flying up and down the trail with the Tempest 6.
- Mesh-covered foam hip-belt with women-specific fit and ErgoPull closure
- Horizontal StraightJacket compression
- 366cu in capacity (perfect for ultra-light loads for short day trips)
- Panel access
- Rugged nylon fabric and lightweight YKK buckles
- Two side water bottle pockets with bungee retainers (20oz water bottles included)
- Zippered front pocket and two zippered hip-belt pockets
- Reflective graphics
- Item #OSP000G
- Q & A
Light trail packing!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Great for those who dont prefer a pack when hiking, can carry all you need and more! spot for two water bottles, and THEY ARE INCLUDED!
Gift for my mom
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My mom is 4'92" and she likes this backpack because it gives the feeling of support for her back. So I think it will depend for what do you want it it will work for you or not.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
My wife is 5'3" and this thing practically went up to her shoulder blades. Not recommended for anyone diminutive in stature.
Waist strap is too narrow
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This pack easily holds my rainiest phone small sunscreen etc. I use cariabeeners to attach extras . The water bottles slip in and out easily while moving on the trail. Problem is the strap which holds it at my waist is quite thin. The plastic stap adjusters sit on my hip bones with no padding under them. This gets very uncomfortable on long hikes. I've used it at least 20 times but prefer my $20 pack from Dicks for comfort.