The Osprey Kestrel 38 Pack is a hiking day pack for long trail adventures where you'll return by evening. The Kestrel 38 has been built for the longer day hikes, and can even be used as an overnight pack for ultralight packers. It has been loaded with features to make it simple and easy to attach additional gear. The lower half of the pack has two of my favorite pack features, the integrated raincover and the sleeping bag compartment. The attached raincover ensures I won't forget it at home and keeps it separate and out of the way until I need it. The sleeping bag compartment is all about quick access to an essential. It is crazy how genius the Stow-On-The-Go™ attachment seems once you start to use it. I am constantly using them so I can use my hands to climb over obstacles on the trail. On lighter days I just compress the bag down so the load doesn't shift along the way while the Airscape™ backpanel, harness and hipbelt do their thing, fully loaded or otherwise.
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