Going on an overnighter or for a serious day hike that requires extra gear? Maybe you're carrying for two? Then you'll be needing a larger sized daysack like the Osprey Stratos 36. Strong abrasion resistant fabrics give a rugged feel to this pack that invites you to reach beyond your comfort zones and into the areas less trodden.
Well if you do head out into the wilderness the Stratos 36 will be happy to oblige with its AntiGravity™ inspired AirSpeed™ vented back system that allows for fine adjustment to the male torso. The high breathability mesh extending across the back and seamlessly into the waist belt proves increased comfort in warm or humid conditions even if you are lugging a hefty load.
The unpredictable nature of British weather makes a rain cover an essential, the Stratos has one located in the base of the pack, beneath the bottom compartment of the main storage area. This also helps if you happen to put your pack down in a puddle.
Zipped entry to the bottom of the pack allows you to get to otherwise hard to reach kit without having to pull everything else out. This is quite a rare feature on a pack of this size. As this compartment is divided off from the upper section with a bellowed divider you can vary the quantity of gear between the two sections.
Other pockets include a zipped one on the lid, a zipped one on the outside of the main compartment for stashing a waterproof and zipped pockets on the hip belt.