Osprey Ace Backpack

Priced: $148.95 - $149.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Osprey Ace Backpack -
Quick to pick up anything and ready outdo mom and dad, your kids are ready to enter the backcountry, but make sure to equip them well with the Ace backpack from Osprey.
Appalachain Outdoors
Teenagers will appreciate the adult features combined with innovative adjustability in the Osprey Ace 48. This is a great pack for Scouting, and aspiring long distance backpackers and mountaineers. Features: Capacity: 2900 cu. in. Weight: 4 lbs 2 oz. Approximate age range: 12 - 16 years old. Torso length: 14 - 20" / 35.5 - 50.5cm.
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Adjustable Torso Length:Yes
Country of Origin:Vietnam
Detachable Pack:no
Helmet Carrier:no
Hydration Bladder Included:no
Hydration Compatible:no
Ice Axe Loops:yes
Material:600D Polyester/420D Pack cloth
Number of Pockets:4
Organization Pocket:no
Primary Access:Top Access
Shovel Pocket:no
Ski / Snowboard Carrier:no
Sleeping Bag Compartment:yes
Trekking Pole Loops:no
Weight:3 lbs 14oz/1.76kg
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Osprey Ace Backpack Review:


perfect youth pack

I bought this for my son when he started back packing with me. I thought the price was a bit much but the features looked better than other packs that I looked at and there were no negative reviews for this one, unlike all the others that I read. The pack fits him well and we have been able to add heavier items to his pack each year as he is able to carry more weight. The bonus is when we climbed Teewinot, I didn't have to carry a separate summit pack, from our high camp, I simply carried our summit gear in his pack. I was able to adjust it to fit me sufficiently to head for the summit.
krustyklimber at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2012