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Osprey Manta 24 Backpack

Item No. 84513608138
$160.00
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A confidence-inspiring hike hydration pack adorned with the quality features you've come to expect from us. The Manta 24 features an included 2.5-liter reservoir in its own dedicated hydration compartment, a highly ventilated trampoline-style AirSpeed backpanel and more than four inches of adjustability in its harness so you can tailor the fit to your specific needs. Toss aside any fears of wet contents-the Manta comes with an integrated raincover. No time to dilly dally? No problem. Our Stow-on-the-Go holder lets you attach trekking poles to your pack in seconds, while zippered hipbelt pockets and mesh side pockets keep your smaller essentials within reach. An exceptional pack for long treks or long days bird-watching in the backcountry.


Features:
Highly ventilated, 3D-tensioned open mesh AirSpeed backpanel with adjustable harness
Dedicated hydration compartment with included Osprey Hydraulics® LT 2.5L reservoir by Hydrapak
Adjustable sternum strap with magnetic closure and bite valve attachment
Dual upper and lower compression straps
Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment
Heat-embossed, scratch-free zippered slash pocket
Front panel stretch mesh pocket
Dual access side stretch mesh pockets
Dual zippered hipbelt pockets
Integrated raincover
Ice tool loop with bungee tie off
Low-profile, side zip front pocket with internal organization


Specs:
MAIN: 210D x 630D Nylon Dobby
ACCENT: 100D Nylon Mini Honey Comb
BOTTOM: 500D Nylon Packcloth

Customer Reviews

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Great pack, but too large.
I have hiked 60 miles with this pack the last 5 days (14 miles being the longest). The best feature on this pack is the suspened back panel keeping it away from your back and providing great venelation. Osprey needs more of this style pack. The worst feature is the overall weight and size. This pack needs to be about an 16 to 18 liter with the same susupension and hip belt. If it could be slimmed down 1 pound, it would be the best full or half day hikng pack ever constructed. It has plenty of ways to attach gear, and is narrow in width for tight spots, but when hiking at higher altitudes weight counts. I cut my body weight and gear list to cut weight and they could cut some weight from this pack as well.
September 21, 2019
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Everything I need in a Daypack!
Bought this great pack a while ago and haven't had an issue with anything! Really impressed (as always) with the quality and attention to detail. The magnetic sternum clip that supports the built in hydro pack mouthpiece is a nice touch and becomes second nature to use on the trail.
July 25, 2019
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Bring back the old model manta!
Ill start by saying there is nothing wrong with the current pack, except it is too large compared to the old one. I have the older model and it is the perfect pack. I use it primarily for bikepacking. It is small enough to feel secure on rough singletrack and big enough to carry part of my gear on week long trips. None of the other bike specific packs have the built in mesh frame and hip pockets. I wore this one out so my wife bought me the current pack.... and its way to big to use on a bike. Its more like a small backpacking pack. Its a great pack but not for my uses. Now there is no pack in the osprey lineup that fills the void.
June 9, 2019
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Great Daypack, but...
Already on sale?? This is a well designed, well executed DayPack with nice features. It's suspension is adjustable for best comfort for a range of body types. The mesh back panel allows air circulation which is wonderful on hot days. The hydration system needs tweaking because part of the water tube is permanately attached to the bag & can't be cleaned. This means liquid stays in the tube & presents a nice culture medium for fermenting bacteria. Recommend with reservations.
May 26, 2019
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