Osprey Paquetes Kestrel 48 Mochila
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- Kestrel Serie características Osprey más versátil de paquetes, diseñado para ser ligero y funcional, versátil
- Elásticos inversa Airscape, correas de cadera bolsillos, funda para la lluvia integrada, almohadilla de dormir extraíble, panel posterior y correas de compresión
- stow-on-the-go Trekking Pole herramienta de fijación, Stretch tejida bolsillo frontal, fijación, Torso arnés ajustable, y saco de dormir, compartimento con cremallera y bolsillo superior
- Pequeño/Mediano tiene 2,807 pulgadas cúbicas/46 litros y three-pound, five-ounce Peso; Tamaño Mediano/Grande tiene 2,929 pulgadas cúbicas/48 litros y three-pound, eight-ounce Peso
- Incluye la garantía del fabricante limitada de por vida
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Este es el ultimate "ir en cualquier lugar, hacer cualquier cosa" durante la noche). Lo utilizan para todo, desde un días desierto Jaunt a un viaje durante la noche Hut. Dos tamaños de torso y un arnés ajustable para proporcionar ajuste personalizado. Nuestros AirScape y una varilla de resorte de acero periférica marco Panel posterior proporcionan una gran comodidad.
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This will be my alternate pack as I continue to use my other pack. Osprey packs are made of lightweight materials and so can wear out faster than heavier, packs. However, I used this same pack filled to capacity every day for over a year and 1/2 before it needed repairs. The internal frame had punched through the lighter material of the bottom. Osprey, of course, repaired it fully and reinforced the bottom, sent extra buckles for my pack just in case, and made sure it reached me at the only address that I could receive packages at before returning to the backcountry. Outstanding product, outstanding service. That is why I purchased a second one and plan on using both packs for a long time. The belt and harness is sturdy and comfortable under load, and the material stands up to rough cross-country travel in the backcountry. I ripped the large water bottle pockets but sewed those up myself. The pockets and storage capacity are excellent and logical and the stow as you go trekking pole holders actually stand up to use if you aren't rough with them. I highly recommend this pack for anyone who needs a large daypack or small overnight pack of great quality.
The space is adequate when you're packing light. My sleeping bag didn't fit well in the bottom, but it's a cheap bag, so it doesn't pack down well. It was in a compression bag, but I could feel it in my lower back when the pack was on, so I just strapped it on the outside. Like many others said, the bladder compartment is too much work and more than half full and you start feeling it in your back. All the zippered pockets on the top were very useful, allowing me to have plenty of room for easy access to first aid, phone and wallet, snacks, etc, without needing to open the main compartment. The side pockets were nice for tall water bottles being accessed with ease, but took a lot of internal space to do so.
I liked the amount of loops provided to secure stuff to on the back. They seemed strong, and I attached my compression bag to them on our hike back and they worked well. The mesh pocket on the back was useful for maps, a small towel, and a few snacks. I'm not sure about sandals or a rain coat like stated. The water bottle pocket on the side works well, but I ended up using it to stuff my compact tripod legs into and using a side strap to secure the upper half. I clipped my Camelbak bottle to the shoulder strap and used the useful little band below it to secure the bottom so that my bottle wouldn't flop around with every stride.
My big gripe with the externals is the lack of proper mounts to secure a tent, sleeping pad, etc, to the bottom. There were the two small loop straps, but those looked like they won't hold up over time. They're just sewn into the seam, and having a downward pull on them over time look like they'll fail. The other issue I had with them was I strapped my tent to it, but then it flops around as I walk because it's just hanging from two little straps. I looked around for a better way to secure it, but didn't look like it. I ended up using a long 60in strap to pull it in tight, wrapping it around the back section of the bag, securing it, but for the price, there could be a few more loops on the bottom so I don't need to buy more straps just to secure essentials.
The pack feels good. I'm 6'0, 190lbs (mostly legs and upper body), 33in waist. Initially I had the shoulder strap section height wrong, so hiking in I was bearing too much weight on my shoulders, but once adjusted, the weight shifted well to the hips. The waist strap needed to be pulled all the way in for it to be secure, but considering I was only wearing pants and a short sleeve shirt, it leaves room for layers. I feel this pack carries the weight well, even when I had my sleeping bag strapped to the outside on the back, never did I feel off balance.
The reason for three stars? The lack of proper secure loops on the bottom that everyone would appreciate. Yes, some pack it different, and yes, I made it work, but two more loops near the back of the bottom would have made more sense and made strapping things way easier and prevent the bottom load from flopping as you walk. The other star is because the pockets on the waist strap are too small compared to other bags I looked at and own, the mesh outer compartment on the back was pretty useless and seemed like one snag and it's ruined, and it would be nice if the bottom was enforced with stronger material. We'll see how it holds up over time.
I do enjoy the pack, I just hope it don't fall apart on the few weak points.
Initial impression of this bag is very good. It is very well put together and very comfortable. I do not believe the seams will give out if you crazily over stuff this bag. The zippers and buckles are of excellent quality as well. The buckles appear they will hold out in cold weather, whereas some plastic buckles tend to easily shatter in cold weather.
My current contention with this bag is the width, which I based my purchase of it on. Amazon shows the product dimensions as:
22 x 14 x 5 inches
(The Osprey website has the new Kestrel 48 pack, which lists a 15” width.)
Measuring the interior width, based on the seaming of the material which would make a rectangle, makes the width 10-1/2”, which is a far cry from the 14” shown on the Amazon site. This made the bag unusable for myself. The other dimensions are more or less accurate.
One other note about the depth of the bag. If you factor in the curvature of the plastic frame (for your back area), you lose approximately 2” of usable depth. Not a problems if you have shapeless items (re cloth) to pack. But if you have rigid items (as I do for my intended purpose), then it can cause a problem.