Sportlite™ 30 M/L - Dark Charcoal

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Embark on your next adventure with the Osprey Sportlite 30, a pinnacle of minimalist design for the avid hiker. This backpack combines a sleek, streamlined aesthetic with the practicality needed for rigorous backcountry exploration. Crafted with sustainability in mind, the Sportlite 30 boasts a spacious volume encapsulated in a top-loading design for enhanced organization and stability. Despite its simplicity, the pack doesn't compromise on comfort, featuring an AirScape® backpanel and a dynamic suspension system that ensures breathability and ease of movement throughout your journey.


  • Stretch side water bottle pockets for hydration on the go.
  • Quick-release upper compression straps to secure your load.
  • Trekking pole loops with upper compression strap capture for hands-free movement.
  • Blinky light attachment slot at the base of the front panel for visibility.
  • Adjustable sternum strap with an emergency whistle for safety.
  • Top-loading design for easy access and organization.
  • Fixed top lid with a large compartment and a zippered mesh underlid pocket including a key clip.
  • Padded hipbelt with dual pockets for essentials.
  • External hydration sleeve for direct access.
  • Front stretch compression pocket for quick storage.
  • Unisex fit available in two sizes to accommodate a range of torso lengths.

VOLUME1831 IN3 / 30 L
FABRIC MAINbluesign® approved 100D recycled high tenacity bird eye nylon, PFC/PFAS-free DWR
ACCENTbluesign® approved 100D recycled high tenacity bird eye nylon, PFC/PFAS-free DWR
BOTTOMbluesign® approved 420D recycled nylon, PFC/PFAS-free DWR
Step One: Preparation
Begin by removing any removable harnesses and hipbelts from your backpack. Pay attention to hidden or detachable parts that may also require cleaning and drying.

Step Two: Cleaning
Use a mild soap with warm water in a bathtub or large sink to clean your backpack and its components, employing a sponge or soft brush for gentle scrubbing. Avoid harsh chemicals.

Step Three: Rinsing
Rinse the backpack thoroughly to eliminate all soap residues, ensuring both the interior and exterior are soap-free.

Step Four: Drying
Hang the backpack in a well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight for drip and air drying. Proper ventilation is crucial to avoid prolonged dampness.

Additional Note:
For travel packs with a High Road™ Wheeled Chassis, do not immerse in water. Clean by wiping the chassis and scrubbing the fabric with warm soapy water.

Nikwax & Grangers
For further care, Osprey recommends products from Nikwax and Grangers for upkeep and water repellency. Apply following the general washing instructions, and consider products like Nikwax’s Tech Wash and Grangers' Gear Cleaner for enhanced maintenance. Nikwax’s Tent & Gear SolarProof is also recommended for improving UV and water resistance.

Important Note
Machine washing your backpack is not recommended as it may damage the structure and fabric. Shop Grangers Here


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Since Osprey was founded in 1974, every single product design has passed through the hands of owner and founder Mike Pfotenhauer, who created his first backpack at age 16.

In Santa Cruz, California, he opened a retail shop in the front of his rental house where backpackers & travelers came for custom-fit, made-to-order packs constructed by Mike himself. As the demand for the great-fitting packs increased, Osprey relocated to its current home in Southwest Colorado.

Today, Osprey is a melting pot of diverse personalities, backgrounds and abilities. All share the common belief that adventure is open to everyone and found anywhere.

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