Osprey Stratos 34

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Osprey Stratos 34
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Campmor $129.98
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Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) $139.95
REI $139.95
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Osprey Stratos 34 -

The Osprey Stratos 34 Pack is a backpack that is a compact version of Osprey's larger packs that features much of the same awesome technology, like the AirCore suspension and StraightJacket compression that is bound to make it your favorite daypack in a hurry. Durable and lightweight and sized perfectly for day trips, this pack is ready for any adventure you choose for it. Don't leave your trekking poles behind: they have a specific and easy attachment on this pack. Someone in the office just played Neil Young for two straight hours. There must be a Neil Young superfan in our midst that is having a really good day.

FEATURES of the Osprey Stratos 34 Pack.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Osprey Stratos 34 Pack.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Ventilated AirSpeed™ suspension features a light alloy frame and cross struts with a tensioned mesh back panel for support and flexibility while carrying heavy loads

Insulation:

  • ErgoPull waistbelt closure makes cinching down the belt easy

Hipbelt:

  • Lightweight sewn in spacer mesh harness and stretch mesh hipbelt.
  • Breathable mesh and perforated, molded waffle foam at contact points on contoured shoulder straps enhance comfort; hipbelt features ErgoPull™ closure
  • Mesh side pockets, zippered top pocket and zippered mesh pockets on hipbelt and right shoulder strap help you organize and quickly access small items

Weather and Wind:

  • Integrated rain cover will help keep your valuables safe and dry in any weather condition
  • As soon as the rain starts to fall, deploy the built-in rain cover and keep your load dry

Zippers:

  • Zippered panel-loading design gives you easy access to the pack's contents
  • Large, zippered front pocket is ideal for stashing jacket, books and other often-used essentials
  • Zippered lower sleeping bag compartment with divider

Pockets:

  • Harness pocket
  • Hip-belt pockets hold your camera, shades, or quick snacks so you can stay in the groove

Fit:

  • Compression straps let you adjust the pack's volume to fit different load sizes

Fabric:

  • 210D high tenacity twill nylon
  • Two mesh woven side pockets are ideal for stashing water bottles
  • Side mesh woven pockets with Inside Out compression
  • Made with 210D double ripstop nylon, 420HD nylon pack cloth
  • Front and side stretch woven pockets

Padding:

  • Removable sleeping pad straps

Ventilation:

  • LightWire alloy frame creates low-profile air space optimizing pack balance and ventilation
  • Mesh covered ventilated dire-cut foam
  • AirSpeed suspension incorporates a LightWire Alloy frame with a 3D tensioned breathable mesh backpanel to provide all-day comfort, eliminate hot spots, and offer superb ventilation

Hydration:

  • Hydration Compabtible
  • Hydration compatible.
  • Bungee webbing for hydration routing.
  • Zippered access backpanel hydration storage
  • Internal sleeve with hanger holds a hydration reservoir (sold separately); central exit port and stretch webbing on the shoulder straps secure the drinking tube

Webbing:

  • Webbing adjustable sternum strap with whistle buckle

Upper:

  • Upper straps and InsideOut compression straps (which can be routed externally or internally through the side pockets) help secure your gear, minimize pack volume, and improve load stability

Straps:

  • Ergonomic Spacermesh hip-belt and shoulder straps ensure your load rests where it should for max efficiency and pain-free hiking

Features:

  • Includes Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment and an ice axe loop to keep hands free and your tools safe and secure
  • The Osprey Stratos 34 Pack features an integrated raincover, top grab handle, trekking pole attachment point and single ice axe attachment loop with a central handle clip
  • StraghtJacket compression
  • Ideal for carrying loads up to 25 lb.
  • Large front panel opening
  • Single ice tool attachment with stowable bungee tie-off
  • Stow-on-the-Go feature on the left side lets you holster your trekking poles as you walk
  • Daisy chain with removable shockcord clips
  • Front panel access means you can easily reach everything in your pack's main compartment without unpacking
Rocky Mountain Trail

The Stratos 34 Backpack is the perfect mid sized pack for all your fast paced adventures!
This backpack gives you plenty of capacity and organization for that backcountry adventure. The pack offers unparalleled design and features in a ventilated daypack. These packs look and carry great, whatever your adventure. The AirSpeed™ suspension is cool and comfortable, while features like hipbelt pockets, side gear straps and a large stretch fabric front pocket allow you to stay organized. The compression enhances the panel access and can carry your hydration in the backpanel cavity for extra volume.
Designed For: Day Hiking / Scrambling.
Hydration Compatible (Not Included)


Backcountry.com
With its built-in rain cover and cool mesh back-panel, the Osprey Stratos 34 Backpack is a solid choice for your day-hike through the rain forest to find magic toads. Several pockets and a lightweight support system means you can comfortably carry extra layers, cameras, snake-bite kits, and local amphibian books to make your hike a success.

Campsaver.com

Designed for day hiking and scrambling, the Osprey Stratos 34 offers convenient utility in a large panel access daypack. A single ice ax attachment, large front zippered pocket and zippered hipbelt pockets keep gear organized. The Airspeed ventilationprovides the utmost in ventilated comfort and performance.


REI

Built specifically to fit a man's frame, the Osprey Stratos 34 Pack is a fast, well-ventilated and comfortable hauler for peak bagging and other 1-day excursions.

Imported.


Campmor
The Osprey Stratos 34 Daypack is a full featured, ventilated pack with Airspeed™ suspension. Look great and carry great, whatever your adventure.

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Reinvented and now featuring Osprey's award-winning AirSpeed suspension, the Stratos 34 offers unparalleled design and features in a ventilated pack that looks and carries great on any adventure.
Available exclusively at Eastern Mountain Sports online and in select stores.
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Activity:Hiking
Adjustable torso:34 liters
Backpack Features:Hydration Compatible, Included Rain Cover, Sleeping Bag Compartment, Top Loader
Backpack Style:Technical Daypack
Capacity:S/M: 1953 cu in / 32 L M/L: 2075 cu in / 34 L
Dimension:(H x W x D)
Dimensions:[M]: 24.5 x 14.5 x 13 in (62 x 37 x 33 cm)
Fabric:210D Double Ripstop Nylon; 420HD Nylon
Fits torso:1,953 cubic inches
Fits waist/hips:2,075 cubic inches
Frame material:2 lbs. 12 oz.
Frame type:Hiking
Gear capacity (L):Internal
Gear capacity (cu. in.):No
Hydration Bladder Included:Not Included
Hydration Compatible:Yes
Laptop Sleeve:None
Load range:20-35 lbs.
Material:210D high tenacity twill nylon 420 HD Nylon ripstop
Number of exterior pockets:16 - 19 inches
Number of pockets:7
Number of stays:1.2 kilograms
Optimal Load:Comfort Range: 20-30 lbs
Pack Capacity:32 L
Pack Fabric (Primary):210D double ripstop nylon
Pack Size:2000-2999 cu in
Pack access:No
Pack loading:No
Padded Laptop Compartment:No
Pockets:Yes
Raincover included:30 - 34 inches
Size:Med 26" x 13" x 14", Large
Sleeping bag compartment:18 - 21 inches
Suspended mesh back panel:1.25 kilograms
Torso Length:S/M <19 in.M/L >19 in.
Trip Length:Overnight (1-2 nights)
Type:Technical
Ultralight:Internal
Volume:[S]: 1953 cu in (32L) ; [M]: 2075 cu in (34L) ; [L]: 2197 cu in (36L)
Volume Range:30-45 liters
Warranty:All Mighty Guarantee Warranty - no questions asked
Weight:[S]: 2 lbs 8 oz (1.14kg) ; [M]: 2 lbs 10 oz (1.19kg) ; [L]: 2 lbs 13 oz (1.28kg)
Weight - metric:32 liters
Weight Capacity:Up to 30 lb.
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Osprey Stratos 34 Reviews:

Reviews:

After doing three hikes so far, I can say this pack is Awesome. Put everything in it that was in old pack, and because of the Airspeed back panel and waist belt, felt like it was empty. Even after putting in 70oz hydration back, still was nice. So far only down side is mesh side pockets hard to get at, use them for water bottles for dog.

James Dickey at Backcountry.com on 02/27/2012

Good backpack but could be improved

Pack is awesome but I wish it had the chest strap pocket like the smaller model Osprey Statos 24. I also wish the lower storage compartment was bigger to hold boots. I also wish you could conceal or hide the hip/waist harness and straps when not in use. There should be pockets to shove the hip/waist harness and straps into.
r-note at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013

this pack can actually hold touring skis when going up terrain I would rather snow shoe to the top. lots of compartments, very nice, love the mesh back to keep the pack off your back, no sweaty backs

Janet Kaplar at Backcountry.com on 03/26/2013

This pack is awesome! Very comfortable and I love the ventilation on the back with the AirSpeed suspension. We hike a lot in hot weather in southern Arizona, and this is the best daypack we have found.

Doug at Backcountry.com on 02/12/2012