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Kestrel 68

Kestrel 68
Loch Blue
Black
Kestrel Picholine Green Back Side
Kestrel Black Back Side
Kestrel 3 Key Features
Twin zippered hipbelt pockets
Sleeping bag base compartment
Integrated & detachable raincover
Fully adjustable Airscape backpanel
Front shove-it pocket
External Hydration sleeve

Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager

200,00 €
Größeninformation

Lieferung & Rücksendungen

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  • Lieferung innerhalb von 1-2 Werktagen, bei Bestellung vor 13:00 Uhr GMT
  • 30-Tage Rückgaberecht

Kestrel 68

Entdecke Neuland. Der Kestrel 68 ist ein robuster, leistungsstarker Trekkingrucksack der als echtes Outdoor-Arbeitstier konzipiert wurde.

Der Kestrel 68 wurde für Trekkingtouren mittlerer bis längerer Dauer entwickelt. Er ist aber auch ein toller Begleiter auf Abenteuern, bei denen du eine große Menge an Ausrüstung dabeihast. Das große Fassungsvermögen bietet Platz für sperrige Ausrüstung oder erlaubt es, mehr als nur das Wesentliche auf deine Trekkingtour mitzunehmen. Dank der großen U-Reißverschlussöffnung an der Vorderseite ist der Zugriff auf die Ausrüstung jetzt einfacher als je zuvor. Dies ermöglicht es dir auch deine Ausrüstung gut zu organisieren, so dass du schnell findest, was du gerade brauchst. Der Kestrel 68 Trekkingrucksack verfügt außerdem über einen Deckelzugang mit Kordelzugverschluss sowie ein unteres Schlafsackfach mit herausnehmbarer Trennwand

Das Kontakt-Rückensystem vom Kestrel wurde für Tragekomfort und Stabilität entwickelt. Dieser Trekkingrucksack verfügt über die bewährte AirScape-Rückenplatte von Osprey sowie einen robusten Hüft- und Schultergurt, das eine hohe Belastbarkeit gewährleistet. Mit diesem Rucksack können auch schwere Lasten bequem getragen werden. Die Länge der Rückenplatte kann einfach mithilfe eines Klettverschluss-systems individuell angepasst werden.

Der Kestrel 68 Trekkingrucksack verfügt über zahlreiche Aufbewahrungsmöglichkeiten für die wichtigste Ausrüstung auf einer Trekkingtour, darunter nylonverstärkte Wasserflaschenfächer, zwei Hüftgurtfächer mit Reißverschluss, ein großes vorderes Einschubfach, zwei Reißverschluss-Fächer im Deckel, ein Schlüsselclip und ein von außen zugängliches Trinkblasen-Fach.

Schließlich ist der Kestrel 68 mit allem Notwendigen für unterwegs ausgestattet: einer integrierten und abnehmbaren Regenhülle, Ospreys Stow-on-the-Go™ Trekkingstock-Befestigung, mehreren Kompressionsriemen, Schlafmattenschlaufen, Eisgerätebefestigungen und mehreren Schlaufen zur externen Befestigung eines Gummizugsystems oder anderer Ausrüstung am Rucksack.

Ob in bergigem Gelände, in tiefen Wäldern oder auf gewundenen Trails, diese Rucksäcke setzen Maßstäbe in Sachen Tragekomfort und Leistung.


Highlights

  • AirScape™ Rückenplatte mit Schaumstoffrippen für Tragekomfort und Passform
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • U-förmiger Reißverschluss an der Vorderseite
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
  • Von zwei Seiten zugängliche PowerMesh™ Fächer für Wasserflaschen
  • Einschubtasche vorne
Ausstattung
Gewicht: 1,78 kg (M/L)
Maße, wenn voll gepackt (cm): 78 (h) x 37 (b) x 37 (t)
Hauptmaterial: 210D x 630D Nylon Dobby

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Andy G
great pack
Just back from 2 weeks trekking in the Pyrenees. I was using it as a day pack and it worked brilliantly. It's light, comfortable and can pack down small. Works well with 2 ltr hydration bladder. Best pack I've owned.
Ollie
Brilliant backpack
I took the risk of getting a slightly smaller one than my last, which I think may have been a wrong move; but I cannot fault the backpack, it’s absolutly superb and I love the changes osprey has made since I bought my first backpack from them a few years ago. Great job.
Kernowoutdoors
Simplicity done well
As a member of Search and Rescue/ mountain rescue UK I need a good backpack. Something that I can carry helmets, rope, clothing, food, emergency equipment in all weather through (I mean through) and over various mixed terrains. I frequently find myself on hilltops, in woodlands, on moorland-generally in rain (living in Cornwall does have benefits honest) and always always wading through head-height Brambles and nettles. They will make and leave their mark on you. Full review www.kernowoutdoors.com

For years Ive been using a cheap Regatta pack. Something I didn’t mind abusing. I hated it but it was pretty fantastic in a weird tough reliable way. We had a long relationship, the Regatta and I but alas it was time at last to surge forward. The Osprey Kestrel 68L was where I ended up. I looked and looked at packs. Module systems, military. All seem good but get expensive and complicated. The Kestrel by Osprey appeared but I ignored it at first, thinking it almost identical to my Atmos-not as good even as it had no AG system. Anyway I re-considered it and decided I liked it. First impressions were that its is simple. Less ‘highly strung’ perhaps. The nylon felt way thicker than the Atmos. Perhaps heavier-but I need, I want something tough. Something thorns and brambles will simply bounce from.




24 hours worth of Longlife food
hot drink
water
helmet
goggles
harness
set of spare clothing
warm jacket
gloves
hat
waterproof trousers
waterproof shell
radio
map
gps
compass
glow sticks
emergency shelter
spare socks
spare laces
medical gloves
first aid kit
cascard(medical recording form)
Headtorch
torch
batteries
pens
map
What’s in my pack?

I’ll be packing this with some sort of ordering. Stuff that isn’t used much will be pushed further down the pack. Stuff that’s always in and out will be near the top/near an opening.

Whilst packing the bag I thought I would try the big “U” opening on their front. In the past front opening bags were a pain to open. The storm flaps would get jammed, there were straps in, through, under and over where you needed to be and in all they were a massive pain. The Kestrel was refreshing. It had a few clips that could be undone easily. Zips were big and chunks, and smooth. It opened easily, and more importantly it closed easily. I loaded up my bag with loads of gear and simply zipped it all away.

Osprey kestrel rain cover
A photograph of Osprey Kestrel drainage hole
Osprey kestrel lashing eyes
Osprey kestrel hood pocket
Osprey kestrel interior instructions
I put the pack on and always considered it a poor mans Atmos (With AG). In wearing it I discovered it was a simpler pack than the AG, not a poor equivalent. I enjoyed the simplistic air-speed back, the no nonsense-ness of it. It initially appears to be a good pack.
JeroenFre
Nice product with low weight for its catagory.
Used the pack at this moment just two times but it feels just right. Pretty comfortable, good adjustable and a lot of nice features. Found out after delivery that its a front loader, didn't know that but I think it's pretty helpful in organising and reaching gear. The quality seems to be good but will see how it holds during the coming years. All of this with a nice weight of less than 2kg.
Finally I can say that I'm really satisfied by the price vs quality of the product.
David
Best in class
Very professional looking, build. Made to last a lifetime. If your serious about travel this is THE ONE.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
Daniel
Fairly happy after a week hiking
This is a great looking pack. Overall a really solid bag - some critique down below.

-Big stretch mesh pockets on the sides are well sized for carrying water bottles. Could of been sewn with a bit of an angled hole for easier access to water bottle.
-I can appreciate that some people find the side pocket useful due to faster access to stuff but since it just ends up pushing the stuff taking volume from the inside the bag. The top pocket and the other pockets are plenty for me.
-The top part was a bit to small when the bag was fully packed. More of a cosmetic problem though.
-The straps on the bottom on the pack works good for tiny cell foam sleeping pads but for normal sized ones they where a bit too short.
-Since mobile phones are getting bigger and are being used as cameras I would have liked one of the pockets on the hip belt to be bigger.
-I prefer just keeping my stuff in plastic bags so the rain cover and pocket for that was unnecessary.
-Seems to be good quality material and well made.

Reasons for not getting 5 stars:
-The padded part of the hip belt could have been a bit longer - about 2 cm on each side. Ended up being a bit uncomfortable at times. I think you should err on the bigger side when you can't exchange it. Not fat or unusually large hips.
-Even though this bag is not in the heavy weight division it's still a bit to heavy for my taste.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
guido
Zaino fantastico
Davvero uno zaino di qualità. Usato per un lungo viaggio in Sudamerica di un mese compreso un trekking in Patagonia di oltre 10 giorni. Leggero, robusto, versatile, eccellente qualità dei materiali. Altamente raccomandato!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
Toni.para
bullet proof tank pack!!!
I have the M/L I am 6,2 I find it very comfortable, fits very good

Great pack tons off space and its built like a rock !!!
Amazing roll system waterproof cover, you just role it over your bag in seconds, and when dried just roll it back in its pocket, as its attached inside the pocket. Also the rain cover is detachable.
The access to the sleeping compartment is a big plus, so you don't have to take all your kit out to access your sleeping bag
I usually use it for multi day wild camping but it will compress reasonably smaller with the straps, for day hikes
Only thing I don't like are the side long pockets, instead of going outwards they stretch inside using up part of the main compartment

I own Momentum 30 and Kestrel 68.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
  • Seitliche 15mm Kompressionsriemen
  • Verstellbares Rückensystem
  • AirScape™ Rückenplatte mit Schaumstoffrippen für Tragekomfort und Passform
  • Meshfächer mit doppeltem Zugriff an den Seiten
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • Internes Trinkblasenfach
  • Internes Kompressionsriemensystem für Stabilität im oberen Teil des Rucksacks
  • Abnehmbare Schlafmattenschlaufen
  • Seitliche Kompressionsriemen
  • Schlafsackfach mit interner Trennwand
  • Brustgurtschnalle mit Signalpfeife
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
  • Zwei verstaubare Eisaxt-Schlaufen
  • Vorderes Stretchfach
  • Deckelfach Zugang
  • Zwei Reißverschlussfächer am Hüftgurt
  • U-förmiger Reißverschluss an der Vorderseite
  • Reißverschlussfach im Deckelfach

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Andy G
great pack
Just back from 2 weeks trekking in the Pyrenees. I was using it as a day pack and it worked brilliantly. It's light, comfortable and can pack down small. Works well with 2 ltr hydration bladder. Best pack I've owned.
Ollie
Brilliant backpack
I took the risk of getting a slightly smaller one than my last, which I think may have been a wrong move; but I cannot fault the backpack, it’s absolutly superb and I love the changes osprey has made since I bought my first backpack from them a few years ago. Great job.
Kernowoutdoors
Simplicity done well
As a member of Search and Rescue/ mountain rescue UK I need a good backpack. Something that I can carry helmets, rope, clothing, food, emergency equipment in all weather through (I mean through) and over various mixed terrains. I frequently find myself on hilltops, in woodlands, on moorland-generally in rain (living in Cornwall does have benefits honest) and always always wading through head-height Brambles and nettles. They will make and leave their mark on you. Full review www.kernowoutdoors.com

For years Ive been using a cheap Regatta pack. Something I didn’t mind abusing. I hated it but it was pretty fantastic in a weird tough reliable way. We had a long relationship, the Regatta and I but alas it was time at last to surge forward. The Osprey Kestrel 68L was where I ended up. I looked and looked at packs. Module systems, military. All seem good but get expensive and complicated. The Kestrel by Osprey appeared but I ignored it at first, thinking it almost identical to my Atmos-not as good even as it had no AG system. Anyway I re-considered it and decided I liked it. First impressions were that its is simple. Less ‘highly strung’ perhaps. The nylon felt way thicker than the Atmos. Perhaps heavier-but I need, I want something tough. Something thorns and brambles will simply bounce from.




24 hours worth of Longlife food
hot drink
water
helmet
goggles
harness
set of spare clothing
warm jacket
gloves
hat
waterproof trousers
waterproof shell
radio
map
gps
compass
glow sticks
emergency shelter
spare socks
spare laces
medical gloves
first aid kit
cascard(medical recording form)
Headtorch
torch
batteries
pens
map
What’s in my pack?

I’ll be packing this with some sort of ordering. Stuff that isn’t used much will be pushed further down the pack. Stuff that’s always in and out will be near the top/near an opening.

Whilst packing the bag I thought I would try the big “U” opening on their front. In the past front opening bags were a pain to open. The storm flaps would get jammed, there were straps in, through, under and over where you needed to be and in all they were a massive pain. The Kestrel was refreshing. It had a few clips that could be undone easily. Zips were big and chunks, and smooth. It opened easily, and more importantly it closed easily. I loaded up my bag with loads of gear and simply zipped it all away.

Osprey kestrel rain cover
A photograph of Osprey Kestrel drainage hole
Osprey kestrel lashing eyes
Osprey kestrel hood pocket
Osprey kestrel interior instructions
I put the pack on and always considered it a poor mans Atmos (With AG). In wearing it I discovered it was a simpler pack than the AG, not a poor equivalent. I enjoyed the simplistic air-speed back, the no nonsense-ness of it. It initially appears to be a good pack.
JeroenFre
Nice product with low weight for its catagory.
Used the pack at this moment just two times but it feels just right. Pretty comfortable, good adjustable and a lot of nice features. Found out after delivery that its a front loader, didn't know that but I think it's pretty helpful in organising and reaching gear. The quality seems to be good but will see how it holds during the coming years. All of this with a nice weight of less than 2kg.
Finally I can say that I'm really satisfied by the price vs quality of the product.
David
Best in class
Very professional looking, build. Made to last a lifetime. If your serious about travel this is THE ONE.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
Daniel
Fairly happy after a week hiking
This is a great looking pack. Overall a really solid bag - some critique down below.

-Big stretch mesh pockets on the sides are well sized for carrying water bottles. Could of been sewn with a bit of an angled hole for easier access to water bottle.
-I can appreciate that some people find the side pocket useful due to faster access to stuff but since it just ends up pushing the stuff taking volume from the inside the bag. The top pocket and the other pockets are plenty for me.
-The top part was a bit to small when the bag was fully packed. More of a cosmetic problem though.
-The straps on the bottom on the pack works good for tiny cell foam sleeping pads but for normal sized ones they where a bit too short.
-Since mobile phones are getting bigger and are being used as cameras I would have liked one of the pockets on the hip belt to be bigger.
-I prefer just keeping my stuff in plastic bags so the rain cover and pocket for that was unnecessary.
-Seems to be good quality material and well made.

Reasons for not getting 5 stars:
-The padded part of the hip belt could have been a bit longer - about 2 cm on each side. Ended up being a bit uncomfortable at times. I think you should err on the bigger side when you can't exchange it. Not fat or unusually large hips.
-Even though this bag is not in the heavy weight division it's still a bit to heavy for my taste.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
guido
Zaino fantastico
Davvero uno zaino di qualità. Usato per un lungo viaggio in Sudamerica di un mese compreso un trekking in Patagonia di oltre 10 giorni. Leggero, robusto, versatile, eccellente qualità dei materiali. Altamente raccomandato!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)
Toni.para
bullet proof tank pack!!!
I have the M/L I am 6,2 I find it very comfortable, fits very good

Great pack tons off space and its built like a rock !!!
Amazing roll system waterproof cover, you just role it over your bag in seconds, and when dried just roll it back in its pocket, as its attached inside the pocket. Also the rain cover is detachable.
The access to the sleeping compartment is a big plus, so you don't have to take all your kit out to access your sleeping bag
I usually use it for multi day wild camping but it will compress reasonably smaller with the straps, for day hikes
Only thing I don't like are the side long pockets, instead of going outwards they stretch inside using up part of the main compartment

I own Momentum 30 and Kestrel 68.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product)

Ausstattung

  • Seitliche 15mm Kompressionsriemen
  • Verstellbares Rückensystem
  • AirScape™ Rückenplatte mit Schaumstoffrippen für Tragekomfort und Passform
  • Meshfächer mit doppeltem Zugriff an den Seiten
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • Internes Trinkblasenfach
  • Internes Kompressionsriemensystem für Stabilität im oberen Teil des Rucksacks
  • Abnehmbare Schlafmattenschlaufen
  • Seitliche Kompressionsriemen
  • Schlafsackfach mit interner Trennwand
  • Brustgurtschnalle mit Signalpfeife
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
  • Zwei verstaubare Eisaxt-Schlaufen
  • Vorderes Stretchfach
  • Deckelfach Zugang
  • Zwei Reißverschlussfächer am Hüftgurt
  • U-förmiger Reißverschluss an der Vorderseite
  • Reißverschlussfach im Deckelfach