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Michelle

Michellewrote a review of on September 23, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I researched around for the perfect pack for day hiking and/or biking, plus some standard daily use. I decided on the Osprey for its name brand/quality and awesome features like the hydration compatibility, size, hip belts, integrated rainpack, and overall construction/back support. I like the offering of gray blue tones (not much of a pink/purple type girl). The pack came in and I immediately loved it out of the box......until I put it on. Unfortunately it was just too short. I couldn't get it to fit properly on my back and sit correctly on my hips, even with it loaded. The straps sat funny on my shoulders. I will add that I have a pretty athletic frame. Goes to show not all packs fit everyone the same. I was able to return it and then settled for the Deuter Airlite unisex (which I really LOVE). It's an awesome trade-out and extremely comparable to the Osprey in quality and capabilities.

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Michelle

Michellewrote a review of on June 9, 2015

4 5

Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 147 lbs
Size Purchased: 8

Great style for an outdoor and on-the-move capri. I can kneel, climb, and squat without being constricted in the thighs and butt. Nice coverage/relaxed fit. Love the detailing at the bottom - they are more fitted around the calf just below the knee. My only complaint (probably because I have a very "athletic" shape) is that they are a tad tighter in the behind. The back pockets don't always lay flat and are constantly getting scrunched up (a big pet peeve of mine). Overall nice feminine style. And I love the built-in belt at the waist to cinch tighter. Could be a 5-star minus those pesky pockets. I am usually an 8 and ordered an 8.

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