Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack Backpack Tropic Teal
- Dual zippers allow access from different points on the pack
- Stretch mesh side pocket for gear or water bottles
- Airmesh harness provides comfortable carry anywhere in the world
- Packs down into its own carrying case
- Pockets: 3 exterior
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Tuck Osprey’s ultra-light Stuff Pack in the bottom of your duffel bag and you’re always prepared for a spontaneous hike or shopping excursion. Weighing in at a mere four ounces, this tiny pack boasts heavyweight features.
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EDIT: I jury-rigged my own sternum strap, and it works great. I used a Bed Band (you can buy them here on Amazon. I did.). See pic attached.
Aside from the color confusion, this bag is lightweight, durable and has a nice streamlined look. The zipper pull design makes it easy to open and close smoothly without any snagging. There are two compartments in the bag - the main compartment and a smaller, top compartment with a key fob holder which you can store your phone, wallet and small items. There's one side stretchy mesh pocket to store a water bottle or items you want quick access to. The straps are lightly padded with mesh so you have some comfort and support. The stash pocket made to store the bag is a bit small, but with a little tussling around, it packs nicely (not as clean looking as the picture shown).
Good for everyday errands, quick trips and short hikes. It carries a decent amount of weight and I can wear it for a good period of time until the straps starts to feel uncomfortable.
- 15-20 liters
- More than just one big zippered pouch
- An external water bottle holder
- Less than 10 oz
- Actually packs small (for some reason a lot of "packable" daypacks don't really pack down that small)
- Less than $50
Let me just throw it out there that virtually NO other bag met these requirements. Most packable daypacks don't have the mesh waterbottle pocket which was essentially a must for me. Another thing I wanted that most don't have is a pocket to stash my wallet / keys / phone / etc that I could reach without going through the main part of the bag. Check. PLUS IT WEIGHS 3.2 OUNCES. Unheard of for a bag that isn't just one big zip pouch.
I'm kind of an Osprey groupie (my 40 L bag is the Farpoint), so I was pretty ecstatic to stumble upon this bag. If you own anything else from them though, you'll know that their grey/ black is never really grey or black. This bag is very much so a dark Forrest green, but that doesn't bother me, as it's functionality exceeds its aesthetics. The waterbottle pocket is deep and my klean kanteen didn't try to slip out once. I will say the fabric can be a bit see-through when packed so be conscious of what you have against the outside. Any lightweight bag of this material will have that issue though.
I had a sharp plastic container that tore through a shopping bag that I was nervous to put in here but this little osprey bag handled it like a champ. I'll try to update with pictures!