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Rook 65 features a highly-adjustable ventilated backsystem, utilising AirSpeed suspended mesh over a large airflow cavity. This allows the body to sink into the hipbelt and lumbar area of the pack, greatly enhancing overall comfort and providing a very stable and supportive load-carry. The torso length adjustment is very intuitive, utilising an innovative ladder-lock system. Rook 65 can be quickly and easily adjusted to fit perfectly. To fit a wider variety of torso-lengths, these packs come complete with dual load-lifter points on the upper frame, ensuring that the harness will remain comfortable in whichever position it’s placed. A large, highly padded hipbelt provides a very comfortable fit and aids in carrying heavier loads in the pack.
Rook features all of the essentials for multi-day backpacking trips; a large capacity with upper lid and lower sleeping-bag compartment access points. An internal divider provides a separated lower compartment which can be unfastened when not in use. Multiple compression straps allow the pack to remain stable, while not interfering with the mesh water-bottle pockets. Dual hipbelt pockets and a large top-lid pocket with key-clip provide easy access to smaller equipment.
Should you feel the need, Rook is compatible with Osprey’s Daylite daypacks, allowing you to attach the smaller pack onto the bigger pack, expanding the capacity and providing an option for when you leave your big pack at the camp and take a shorter trip with your daypack.
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 74 (l) x 42 (w) x 36 (d)
Main Fabric: 600D Polyester
Adjustable AirSpeed™ ventilated trampoline suspended mesh backpanel
Adjustable torso length
Base zip entry
Compatible with Daylite & Daylite Plus
Cord tie off points
Integrated & detachable raincover
Internal hydration sleeve
Internal top load compression strap
Large zippered lower compartment
Light weight peripheral frame
PowerMesh™ dual access water-bottle pockets
Removable sleeping pad straps
Side compression straps
Sleeping bag base compartment with internal divider
Sternum strap with emergency whistle
Top lid access
Twin zippered hip belt pockets
Zip pocket in top lid
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The fit of any pack is important but as the pack gets bigger and the weight goes up the side effects of bad fit become more apparent. An ill fitting pack will lead to many problems including pain your back, shoulders and neck. It can also mess with your balance if the weight is not sitting correctly making walking on uneven terrain very difficult.
Make sure your pack fits you properly by following the steps in our pack fitting instructions page.
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