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The classic styling and clean design, alongside an impressively comfortable carry makes the Osprey Sirrus 36 a firm favourite for walkers and hikers who are looking for a ventilated daypack with enough capacity for lightweight camping equipment and overnight gear, or plenty of extra layers and equipment for when the weather is changeable.
Sirrus 36 provides a fully adjustable AirSpeed ventilated back system which combines single piece construction of the backpanel and hipbelt with highly breathable suspended mesh. This allows for increased comfort in warm weather, even with a heavy load.
Sirrus' backsystem also offers an impressive women's specific fit, with an ergonomically shaped hipbelt, harness, yoke and backpanel.
The detachable raincover stored in the bottom pocket increases weather resistance and tough nylon fabrics ensure durability.
Sirrus 36 features a double-clipped lid opening with draw-cord fastening, a large, easy access pocket in the lid and a vertically zipped expansion pocket on the front which is perfect for securely storing a jacket or spare layer for easy access.
The side of the pack has a single vertical zip which allows access directly into the main compartment, saving you from having to open the lid top.
The base of the pack also features a zippered sleeping bag compartment with a bellowed divider, designed to allow easy separation of equipment.
Sirrus 36 is the perfect pack for long days on winding trails or lightweight overnight trips in warm weather.
Adjustable AirSpeed™ trampoline suspended mesh backsystem
Adjustable torso length
Base zip entry
Integrated & detachable raincover
Internal hydration sleeve
Internal key attachment clip
Removable sleeping pad straps
Side compression straps
Single ice axe loop
Single vertical zippered side access point
Sternum strap with emergency whistle
Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachmen
Top lid access
Twin zippered hip belt pockets
Under lid zipped mesh pocket
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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.
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