Get out and stay out.
When a single day in the mountains isn't enough wilderness time to help restore your sanity, load up the Osprey Women's Kyte 36 Backpack with everything you need for an overnight's worth of exploration and relaxation. Throw your sleeping bag in the special bottom compartment, then pack your food, fuel, and extra layers in the top-loading main compartment for quick and easy access when you need to change or set up camp. The top lid is large enough to carry thetopo maps and snacks you need when you're on the trail, while the two side hip belt pockets are good spots to keep a tube of sunscreen and headlamp when your chosen route requires early morning starts and miles down long, winding trails through sunny meadows. If sunny skies turn dark and cloudy, you'll be ready to keep your gear dry with the integrated rain cover, which flips up and over the Kyte in a jiffy so sudden cloudbursts don't leave your tent, sleeping bag, and warm clothes soggy.
- LightWire frame and Airscape back panel
- Top access
- Integrated rain cover
- Hydration system compatible
- Sleeping bag compartment
- Front, side, and top pockets
- Ice axe and trekking pole loops
- Side compression straps
- Item #OSP004R
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
For a big day or an overnight or two, the Osprey Kyte has got you covered. Sized for women in the torso, harness and waistbelt, the Kyte adds great features like an integrated rain cover to a multi-pocketed pack. On top of that, it comes in at $160! If you need more room, try the big sister version, the Kyte 46.
Osprey Kyte product tour
Check out the features of the Osprey Kyte Pack. Let me know if you have any questions!
Kyte in the British Columbia backcountry
A fun day tour in the backcountry near Fernie, BC. The Kyte 36 is the perfect size for all of my day touring needs.