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OSPREY Sac à dos Stratos 34, Noir, S/M
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- Airspeed Trampoline Suspended Mesh Backsystem
- Sternum Strap With Emergency Whistle
- Stretch Mesh Side Pockets With Insideout Compression
- Twin Zippered Hip Belt Pockets
- Zippered Panel Access
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Description du produit
The Stratos series features our AirSpeed trampoline mesh style back system. Providing un-paralleled levels of comfort and ventilation when hiking the trails. The spacermesh harness and hipbelt also feature ventilated EVA foam cutouts. In warm climates hydration is important and youll appreciate the internal hydration sleeve built into all Stratos models. When the water is cascading from the clouds, deploy the integrated raincover, instantly protecting your pack and gear from the elements. For longer trips or overnight hut excursions, attach a sleeping pad to the removable external straps and put your sleeping back in the base compartment with internal zip divider. Keep the rest of your gear neatly organised in the dual hipbelt zipped pockets and twin mesh side pockets with over the pocket or under the pocket side compression. Need your hands free for a short scramble? Our unique Stow-on-the-Go system means no more on and off to store your trekking poles, just simply pass the poles through the two elasticated loops for an easy hands-free solution. A single ice axe loop may also prove useful in snow and ice conditions.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I wouldn't call myself ultra light, but like I said, I like to travel light. While not the lightest pack, the Stratos 34 is small enough to bring as carry on. A huge plus. Many top loaders of equal volume aren't carry on compatible because top loaders tend to be tall and narrow, while the Stratos 34 is shorter, but wider and has nice depth. I've had some issues with lost luggage in the past, but mostly I prefer the convenience of getting on and off the plane without having to wait.
I'm 6'4" tall and a muscular 230lbs, and although the Stratos line doesn't have an adjustable back panel like other Ospreys, the M/L fits me perfectly. It really carrys weight well, and the mesh back panel is super comfortable and airy. Especially useful in hotter climates. The shoulder straps are well padded, and the hip belt is very nice with some of the roomiest hip belt pockets on any pack I've ever tried. Seriously. Even the hip belt pockets on packs twice its size are barely big enough to squeeze in a cell phone. I can't tell you how difficult it is to get stuff out of most hip belt pockets once you squeeze them in. Not so on the Stratos 34. The hip belt pockets are beyond roomy, and easy to get stuff in and out of while wearing. Huge props to Osprey for getting this right.
Speaking of pockets, there are two stretch mesh water bottle pockets on either side of the pack. I will never get a pack without these. Although the Stratos is hydration pack compatible, I prefer water bottles. Call me old fashioned. Besides the main zippered compartment, there are also two smaller zippered compartments at the top of the pack for smaller items. Great for organizing stuff you want quick access to. Then there is a bottom zippered sleeping bag compartment. A rare but much appreciated feature on a pack this size. Even if you aren't going camping, it's a great way to further organize and separate your gear. Or a nice place to stash wet gear away from the main compartment contents. But if you wish to open the pack up, you can unhook the divider to the lower compartment making it one big one. The bottom zipper then makes it easier to get to items in the bottom of the pack.
The one pocket missing on the Stratos 34, and why I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars is the stretchy front pocket found on most other Osprey packs. I really miss it on the Stratos. It's a handy pocket to stuff layers if it gets too hot for quick access, as well as wet gear. I hope Osprey includes it on the next version, because then it will be a 5 star pack for sure.
Speaking of wet, the Stratos 34 comes with an integrated rain cover. Yes! I think all higher end packs should. My osprey Talon 44 didn't, but the good thing is that the rain cover for the Stratos 34 fits the Talon 44. So if I need to go bigger, I'm covered.
I think that's about it. Great pack for the money. If you're looking for an overnighter, or a multi day pack if you pack light like I do, then don't hesitate to buy the Stratos 34 if it fits. There is also a Stratos 36 but it's a top loader. I prefer the panel loader for this size pack. Just makes it easier, and the carry on ability is a huge bonus.
This backpack is a great school bag for me because not only can it fit my school supplies (Surface Pro, notebook, charger, pens), my personal items (camera, phone, wallet, keys, chapstick, etc), and other items like my Nalgene; but it it can ALSO fit the substantial lunches I pack with much room to spare for my swimming gear and a sweater. In particular, I like that it is panel loading for quick access and has a bottom access panel so I don't have to dig deep from the top. The hip belt is nice for storing smaller items too. I currently use the hiking pole loop to instead securely place a Gorilla Tripod. I just used the backpack for a 3 day trip to NYC where I was able to fit all my travel belonging with room to spare for a few purchases while traversing the city. I'm sure this pack will be incredible for day hikes when the next opportunity presents itself
I greatly appreciate the suspension back support because it minimizes my back sweat when I walk 1.5 miles to and from school each day in humid weather. The curvature of the back does prevent my notebook and Surface Pro 3 from lying completely flat; but it's not too much of a hinderance. As for fit, the S/M fits my 6ft, 173lb fine, although I'm tempted to say that anyone taller than 6'1" should get the M/L.
This pack is very well made, so I don't see that I'll ever need the lifetime warranty. But it's nice to know that's available if I get a little too rough with this one.
If you need a small pack I certainly recommend this one.