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      Osprey Sirrus 24 Pack - Women's

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      • Women-specific harness and hipbelt along with 3 torso sizes to choose from provide a dialed-in fit; eye-pleasing colors and graphics look great wherever you roam
      • Stretch-mesh back panel allows warm, moist air to escape
      • Panel-loading main compartment makes your gear easy to access
      • Internal sleeve with hangar and central exit port with stretch webbing on the shoulder strap accommodates a hydration reservoir (sold separately)
      • 2 side mesh pockets and zippered hipbelt pockets hold small essentials
      • Stow on the Go™ trekking pole attachment and ice axe attachment let you lash tools to the outside of the pack
      • Integrated raincover helps keep contents dry and stashes out of the way in its own pocket when not in use
      • The Osprey Sirrus 24 pack is made of 210-denier double ripstop nylon and 420-denier nylon pack cloth for durability


      Osprey Sirrus 24 Pack - Women's

      Specification Description
      Best use Hiking
      Frame type Internal
      Ultralight No
      Gear capacity (L) 22 / 24 / 26 liter
      Gear capacity (cu. in.) 1,400 / 1,500 / 1,600 cubic inches
      Weight 2 lbs. 5 oz. / 2 lbs. 7 oz. / 2 lbs. 9 oz.
      Weight - metric 1.05 / 1.11 / 1.15 kilograms
      Adjustable torso No
      Fits torso <18.5 / 18 - 20.5 / 20+ inches
      Fits waist/hips <31 / 30 - 34 / 33+ inches
      Material(s) Ripstop nylon/nylon pack cloth
      Frame material Metal alloy
      Number of stays 1 peripheral frame with dual cross supports
      Suspended mesh back panel Yes
      Pack loading Panel
      Pack access Panel
      Number of exterior pockets 5 + main compartment
      Sleeping bag compartment No
      Raincover included Yes
      Dimensions 21 x 13 x 10.25 inches
      Gender Women's

      Osprey Sirrus 24 Pack - Women's

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      Rated 3out of5
      by fromDefinitely not a better one Everything is good except three parts. The first One is side pocket is not big enough for holding a Nalgene 1L water bottle which is very popular for outdoor person. Even people carrying small size pack still need water much. The second is "Stow on the Go" trekking pole attachment hinder arm moving and it's a big hassle. It would be much better to put trekking pole and ice axe on the back like usual way. The third is zippered large hipbelt pockets hindered by harness, and salesman said that it's one size design for all osprey pack. It would be better accessable by moving hipbelt pocket a little bit front to avoid just right under harness.
      Date published: 2011-08-16
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromHip Belt Too Small Size medium is very comfortable and supportive at the waist, but it is too long for me. It chafes at the neck. Size small feels perfect in terms of torso length, but the padded part of the waist strap is too short. It sits behind my hip bones instead of wrapping around front, making the waist strap unsupportive and pretty much useless. I love the Osprey pack because it is light-weight, breathable, and has a lower profile than the Gregory or Deuter 24-26L models. Most other brands fit me fine in a small because the waist strap goes up to 32 or 33 and is "beefier" than the belt on the size small Osprey. Really wish I could have a custom-made size small pack with the hip belt from the size medium. A men's size small in the Osprey brand fits me perfectly, but very few men's packs come in smalls, and those that do are too big, capacity wise, for my needs.
      Date published: 2012-05-31
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromComfort and fun features Pack holds everything needed for a long day hike but compacts for less gear. Fits my long torso (Size M) well; Comfortably padded shoulder harness; Stable when scrambling; cool,ventilated back support; handy small pockets for camera, phone, lip balm and tissues. Reachable water bottle pockets as an alternative/addition to hydration system capability. Hoping for outside back map pocket like some other Osprey models but found the clip handy for holding a hat. Included rain fly a bonus. Trekking pole loops aren't practical when climbing through narrow spaces, poles can be fastened into a side pocket. Durable fabric, didn't rip when caught on a sharp downed tree limb.
      Date published: 2011-05-21
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromNice Pack i bought this pack awhile ago because my old schoolbag that i'd been using for hiking was giving me welts on my shoulders on longer treks. it was my first real bag and i was actually scared to use it.. so many things to adjust! i've used it twice now and i think i've got it figured out. it fits very comfortably and i like the front side pockets, and the shoulder-area one which i store chapstick in :). i am thinking of getting a bladder for it for convenience sake but it fits two nalgene bottles on the side pretty nicely. the zippers are awesome, and i only really have two complaints. the first is that if you put a lot of stuff in the front pocket it can make it difficult to access the main compartment.. probably a no brainer, but i feel like because of the overall shape of the bag, both of the back pockets (one small, one huge) can be difficult to get into. i was wrestling to get my apple out because my sunscreen in the front pocket was obstructing the way. the other comment is that with the front waist pockets on the straps it can limit your arm swing while you walk, really not a significant problem, and i am going to try loading stuff differently in my pack. last comment is that because of the frame, this pack will not sit upright, you have to lay it on either its front or back. i think you'd be happy with this pack in the end, it's darn comfy which is very important to me when you're doing long hikes. ok, happy trails :).
      Date published: 2011-07-31
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromA good pack I enjoy the pack it is very comfortable to wear and it doesn't get sweaty on your back. I wish there was just a little more room inside the pack. Once I get my water in there, not much room left for coats and such.
      Date published: 2012-05-13
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat for day hikes I've used this backpack for day hikes and so far I like it. The one thing that I don't like about it are the size of the side mesh pockets. They aren't large enough to fit the common 32 oz. Nalgene bottles. I've been able to fit a smaller, more slender 22 oz. bottle in the pocket, but it's difficult to put the bottle back into the side pocket while still wearing the backpack. I've decided to just use the side pockets for stashing easy to reach snacks. I really like the pockets in the hip straps, which usually carry my chapstick, phone, and other small items, and the backpack has many adjustable straps, which are easily reachable to make minor adjustments while on the trail.
      Date published: 2012-05-18
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromLight Daypack I use the pack for dayhikes. The bladder picket is difficult to get the bladder into. I wish it had more pockets to organize stuff. It is very light though.
      Date published: 2012-06-28
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromI would buy this again Use when rock scrambling in the SW. It is very comfortable, keeps my back drier and like the number of pockets that keep me organized, no need to search the whole pack. The stiff edges rub against the rock. I tape them to extend life of bag. Of course rock just wears out all packs eventually.
      Date published: 2013-05-02

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