Manta 34

First Class Hike.

Hike First Class with the Manta 34 hiking backpack. This highly ventilated pack is equipped with a trampoline sprung Airspeed™ backsystem that is perfect for keeping your back cool while still providing unparalleled weight distribution. Manta 34 also includes a Hydraulics™ LT 2.5L reservoir that will keep you hydrated while on the move.

Weight: 1.4KG

Dimensions (CM): 54L / 36W / 35D

Fabric: 210D x 630D Nylon Dobby

2.5L Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir included
Dual access mesh side pockets
Front panel organiser pocket
Front stretch compression pocket
Side compression straps
Single ice axe loop
Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
Twin zippered hipbelt pockets
Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket

Hike First Class with the Manta 34 hiking backpack. This highly ventilated pack is equipped with a trampoline sprung Airspeed™ backsystem that is perfect for keeping your back cool while still providing unparalleled weight distribution. Manta 34 also includes a Hydraulics™ LT 2.5L reservoir that will keep you hydrated while on the move.

When the heavens open you can deploy Manta’s integrated raincover to protect your pack and gear within. Manta also has a host of organisation including a Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment, hipbelt pockets that are perfect for trail snacks and front & side stretch mesh pockets, useful for storing a waterproof jacket or additional hydration. Manta 34 is the fully equipped hiking package ready to handle long days on the trail.

Weight: 1.4 kg

Dimensions (CM): 54L / 36W / 35D

Fabric: 210D x 630D Nylon Dobby

Features

  • Zippered panel access
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Twin zippered hip belt pockets
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Side compression straps
  • LED light attachment point
  • Die-cut EVA harness
  • Compatible with Hydraulics™ and Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir
  • Magnetic bite valve retainer
  • 2.5L Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir included
  • Dual access mesh side pockets
  • Front panel organiser pocket
  • Front stretch compression pocket
  • Side compression straps
  • Single ice axe loop
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Twin zippered hipbelt pockets
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket

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  1. Triple A gear and good zippers.
    Hi, I went on a holiday to Colombia and I planned a 4-5 day hiking trip to Ciudad Perdida (the lost city). So I need a backpack with a volume around 30L, the size fit for handluggage and I like my back cool.
    Osprey has a lot to offer, but if you add these 3 components, its a hard bargain. For instance, KLM guidelines fore handlugage size are 55(l)-35(w)-25(d) in cm, the most important one is length (because the handluggage space above the seats have a fixed depht, a little bit wider or higher can be fixed, except in small planes where you have to put it under a seat, in this case width and hight become also important), so a hikingbag within the volume range off 30L, adjustable airspeed backsystheem, fit for easy flight, 90% off the options expires.
    Except the Manta 34 
    At first I didn’t opt for 2.5L hydraulics systhem, but I did the track, got hit by a mule and the hydraulics are cool. It works excellent. It’s a great hikingbag. You can pack a lot off stuff and it carries excellent, the weight distribution is high end, the airspeed backsysthem works, good quality triple A gear and good zippers by the way.
    So I am a happy customer. I will probably also buy the 24, because the manta 34 is a little bit to big in terms off city use and there so much space, I took to much stuff with me for the hiking trip and in the end, it comes all down to weight, so next time I will try the 24L as maximum volume.
    Little personal minors.
    I am 1.83m, in combination with the length off my back, probably this is the maximum length for a person, I adjusted the backsetting on maximal length and it works. Only just, because sometimes you losen up the shoulder straps and you can't lower the connecting band enough, so its touches your throut. The same accounts for water tube, I would like to fix it on one side, instad off crossing in front off your trout, but this is a minor and can be fixed.
    Just a few more wishes. The belly strap, a little bit wider perhapse, since you can put comfortable a lot off weight in it.. Since it’s a travel bag and hiking bag in on, a hybride, good gear for light travel, why no straps on the top or bottum, for extra luggage, such as tent, sleeping bag, yoga mat. And finaly, now there is corona, the top pocket I use for quick grab, sunglasses, mobile (size is fit for), etc., etc,. I want to split it from cash money, separate 
    But besides all that, I am a happy camper, will use it untill old age!

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  2. Met all expectations
    An exceptionally well made product with some nice additional features to make usage more convenient. Will shortly be tested up to the summit of Ben Nevis.

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  3. Heavy, Roomy and almost perfect!
    All things you need on the trail or on the road are exactly where you need them to be. The hip belt pockets are large enough to fit an iPhone 11 pro. The capacity of the main compartment is enough for a very small lightweight tent, a quilt and your food system, but it will also carry the daily groceries. I miss the straps on the bottom of the pack to attach a sleeping pad (like the Kestrel), but for a few bucks I bought some generic straps that will do the job. The water hose is on the short size and the magnetic closure of the sternum strap is something a cannot really get used to - especially because I don't need a magnet there, I have attached one below the shoulder straps, where I prefer the mouthpiece to be. Also the magnetic closure is too close to the stow-on-the-go attachment to operate really comfortable. Strange enough, the zipper of the smaller compartiment has no flap over it to protect it from the elements, like all the other zippers do have. But overall this pack really has become my new friend. It is great, although there is still some room for little improvement.

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