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Kestrel 58

Kestrel 58
Ash Grey
Base zip entry
Integrated & detachable raincover
Side compression straps
Single vertical zippered side access point
Fixed top pocket with dual zippered compartments
Under lid zipped mesh pocket
Top lid access
Fully adjustable AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for ventilation

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€190.00
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Kestrel 58

Forest, hill or mountain. The Kestrel series has been developed to cope with any-trail, any-season. In wet weather and heavy downpours the built in rain cover provides protection.

During hotter conditions the adjustable AirScape™ backpanel keeps you well ventilated whilst offering the load support you require. The spacer mesh harness and hipbelt ensure a supportive and comfortable load carrying solution. Whilst the adjustable torso length means the backpack can be altered to fit you perfectly. For overnight trips attach larger items such as a sleeping pad on the lower external straps and put your sleeping bag in the base compartment with internal zip divider. Keep the rest of your gear neatly organised with the hipbelt and lid zipped pockets and access the main compartment easily with the single side vertical zippered access point.

Need your hands free for a short scramble? Our unique Stow-on-the-Go™ system means no more 'on and off' to store your trekking poles, just simply pass the poles through the two elasticated loops for an easy hands-free solution.

The single ice axe loop may prove useful in winter conditions and wet jackets can be stowed away from the rest of your gear via the front stretch pocket.

The dual side compression straps keep your load tight and under control.

Our Kestrel pack is also compatible with both Hydraulics™ and Hydraulics™ LT Reservoirs so you can keep hydrated when hiking the trails.

Once you're all packed then pull in the reverse StraightJacket™ compression straps to tightly secure your gear and get ready to go.

Key Features

  • Fully adjustable AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Die-cut spacer mesh hipbelt and harness
  • External hydration access
  • Integrated & detachable raincover
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Single vertical zippered side access point
FULL FEATURE LIST
Weight: 1.78 kg (M/L)
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 74 (l) x 39 (w) x 43 (d)
Main Fabric: 210D Nylon Double Diamond Ripstop

Customer Reviews

4.15
Based on 8 reviews
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Joel
Great Investment
I originally bought my first Osprey Kestrel 11 years ago and after about 7 or 8 years the webbing attaching to the right strap finally went, the waist buckle broke as well as getting a large puncture hole in the bottom of the pack. Needless to say I thought after 7-8 years of years of use I should suck it up and buy a new one which I did. The design and fit of these packs are brilliant. My old bag has been left in the attic collecting dust for no reason when I thought maybe I'll test their almighty guarantee and see what they. They repaired everything for free. An 11 year old bay they repaired with no quarrels what so ever. Super simple, easy and helpful. I really couldn't recommend the company enough. I generally use the kestrel for day to day to use as its light enough and supremely comfortable. It's a fantastic all-rounder day pack.

My advice to osprey would be to construct the back stretchy panel like they used to they last much better my old one is still in much better shape than my new one however this is a minor issue.

If you are looking for a bag that is super comfortable, will carry you through pretty much anything you throw at it and will last years and if and when it does finally go Osprey will endeavor to do their best to help you out then this is the pack for you. Worth every penny better than getting something cheaper that isn't as comfortable and you spend the same money replacing it several times over. True sustainability is building to last.
Flo
Great price/value backpack
I ordered this backpack while I was on a tight schedule. I had an upcoming trip in Finnish Lapland in 7 days. I ordered the backpack on a tuesday and by Friday I had it in my hand. Very pleased with the speed of the delivery.
Previously I had spent a lot of time reviewing backpacks. I was hesitating a lot between the Kestrel 58 and the Aether AG 60, but ultimately I went for the Kestrel because it was cheaper and somewhat smaller and for my upcoming trip it was necessary to be able to carry it onboard an airplane. I know that more often than not it depends on the mood of the checking personnel but with the Kestrel 58 I felt I had better chances of carrying it onboard and eventually it worked.
Since I ordered the bag online I had no way to try it out beforehand but when I first used it on a 50 km / 3 days long hike above the Arctic Circle it did not disappoint me. Although I am still trying to figure out the best adjustments for the back support system.
Overall I am happy with my purchase and I hope it will serve me well on many trips to come :)
Dennis
Great pack, could do better with some stuff
So recently I went on a trip to visit a friend of mine and somehow found myself in an outdoor store trying on some backpacks. I settled on the Osprey Kestrel 58. I needed something to replace my Vaude Astrum 60+10 which was stolen a while ago in a hostel.

I haven't done much hiking in it, but walked plenty with loads around 10-15kg. When it comes to carrying weight, it feels so effortless with this backpack it's unreal. The Vaude Astrum 60+10 is a beast (just google it) and has big ass hip belts, but somehow I was never able to set the backpack up correctly to carry around a lot of weight. With the Osprey Kestrel I have the M/L size and I'm at 185cm, the frame just fits my body on the smallest setting. The S/M version would for some reason keep the weight on my shoulders even though it was adjusted to the same height as the M/L version. Either way, I'm not gonna shrink so it should be fine.

So, compared to the Vaude Astrum, what I really like about this pack is the following

Plus:
- Same volume, but with a far smaller footprint. I believe this is even smaller than the Kestrel 48 and 38 height wise
- Really nice suspension system, can't barely feel I'm carrying around any weight
- Lightweight
- Many compression straps
- 2 Hip Belt pockets, though the zippers are a bit difficult to open and they are not elastic at all
- The front mesh pocket is amazing and holds a ton of stuff
- Side access to all your stuff so it's easier to find things buried at the bottom
- Zippered side pocket which goes down all along its length

Things I didn't like compared to Vaude Astrum and in general

Negatives:

- The load lift straps are very hard to adjust. I tried two different packs in the store and it was almost impossible for me to adjust them with the backpack on my back without using a lot of force. The Vaude Astrum does this much better and you can even adjust the angle of the load lifts with a simple detachable (but sturdy) buckle
- The sternum strap is non-elastic and feels a bit uncomfortable to use.
- The Velcro system is easy, but difficult to adjust quickly and precisely. Still, it suffices.
- Lack of internal pockets
- Impossible to reach your bottle from the mesh side pockets unless you take the backpack off
- Side access is nice, but with the Vaude Astrum you could unzip the entire front area, making it even easier to get to your stuff and organize
- Iso Mat carrying straps are spaced a bit too close to each other. The entire sleeping back compartment is just a bit small compared to other packs
- The internal divider is designed by some kind of an idiot. It doesn't zip open like all other backpacks, no, instead it has 2 straps holding it in place and lots of gaps for stuff to fall through. It's not easy to completely taking it out without messing with the straps and I just feel like this design decision makes no sense whatsoever. Many other reviews seem to agree with this
- No elastic bands to keep the excess straps from moving around and getting anywhere. I don't understand this either, almost every brand, including budget brands have this these days. The straps on this pack are LOOOOONG. It would maybe cost an extra dollar to integrate these from the factory but make a big difference for overall quality.


A nice addition to this pack would be lockable main compartment and zippers. I mean, sure, if they want to take your stuff they will (in my case they took the whole backpack), but it will still deter opportunity thieves in hostels and countries where theft is a bit more prevalent.

I've listed a lot of downsides, but I see those more as points where this pack can really improve on (though some are really downsides). It's a really nice pack and I feel it will serve me well for many years unless it gets stolen again. Haven't tried the raincover yet and I never walk with poles so can't really comment on that either.



Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Dennis,

Thank you for writing a review for the Kestrel 58.

It's great to hear that you have found many positives when walking with your Osprey pack. We hope you find even more benefits to your pack when you come to use it for any upcoming hiking trips.

Your comment regarding the load lifters is not something we have had any negative feedback on before. The load lifters are designed to support any heavy loads in your pack, therefore, if they weren't tight/ strong, their purpose would be redundant. The sternum strap has a similar nature to the load lifters in that without being robust, they won't do the job they're designed for. Elastic isn't going to provide the same support as our webbing sternum straps do.

Regarding your feedback about the lack of internal pockets, we specifically design our Hiking packs as one large compartment to give users flexibility, for example, some may want to pack a tent in their pack. With lots of small internal pockets, this wouldn't be an optimal use of space. If you'd like to organise the inside of your pack, we would recommend using our Drysacks or Stretch Stuff Sacks. We also recommend that if you are finding it difficult to reach your water bottle from the side mesh pocket, instead, this pack is compatible with all of our Hydraulic Reservoirs.

Again, we thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Kestrel 58. Your other points made on ways this pack can be improved have been passed over to our Design Team for consideration.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Hama
The best bag I ever had
Since purchasing the Kestral 58 I've taken it with me all over Asia, Europe and Africa. When travelling on foot the hip belt is really made the rucksack comfortable and effortless to carry even when full. The rucksack is slender and sleek with many ways to expand its size whilst still looking very stylish at the same time - Also the anti-tear technology makes expanding the rucksack to its limits guilt-free as I don't have to worry about it tearing open after over-filling it. There are many side pockets and hidden pockets to hide valuables which I love being a very pickpocket conscious person.

All in all I'd say this is the best rucksack that I've ever owned. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
JCFALCON
Notable no Sobresaliente
De vuelta de hacer el Camino de Santiago, os cuento un poco cómo me ha ido con ella.

Lo que me ha gustado:
- los materiales usados son buenos y resistentes
- una vez bien ajustada y equilibrada la carga, se lleva cómodamente

Lo que no me ha gustado tanto:
- si guardas una botella de agua en cualquiera de los bolsillos de malla laterales, sobre la marcha la podrás sacar con algo de trabajo pero olvídate de volver a colocarla a menos que te quites la mochila, otra persona te haga el favor o seas contorsionista del Cirque du Soleil. El problema es que creo que los bolsillos son demasiados altos y verticales, cayendo en el punto ciego de maniobrabilidad, por decirlo así.
- si dejas la mochila en el suelo tendrás que apoyarla sobre algo porque en pie, sola, no se mantiene.
- los bolsillos de la cintura son pequeños y sólo aptos para cosas pequeñas, valga la obviedad. No cámara (a menos que sea ultracompacta) ni mucho menos unas gafas de sol.
- los bolsillos laterales de cremallera lo son hacia adentro, es decir, toman el espacio del compartimento principal limitando el volúmen de lo que puedes guardar en ellos.
- la seta o tapa superior, cuando la cierras, el 95% de las veces coge de por medio las hebillas o ajustes de las correas que tiran de la mochila hacia la espalda, situadas detrás de los hombros. Esto significa que una vez que cierras la tapa, con todo bien ajustado, si no te das cuenta sobre la marcha irá desajustando la verticalidad de la mochila. Cuando te ha pasado varias veces, ya coges la costumbre de asegurarte de que éstas hebillas quedan libres.

Resumen:
Es un buen producto y buena alternativa como mochila del Camino. Una vez conoces los inconvenientes puedes vivir con ellos (aunque lo de la botella es un fastidio). Siendo riguroso, no es un producto completamente redondo pero no me siento del todo defraudado. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
santim59
esta bien pero no me gusta la parte que separa abajo en elinterior de la mochila
la mochila en general esta muy bien se nota material de calidad
cuando la llevas puesta es muy comoda
hay algun pero:
los bolsillos laterales estan un poco atras y es un poco incomodo llegar y son pequeños
un movil actual no cabe
en general es una muy buena mochila

falta probar en unos cuantos dias. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
John Paul
Great pack. Great customer service from OspreyEurope
I got a new pack directly from the OspreyEurope website. This is my 5th Osprey pack.

During its first outing on a 4-day trek here in Switzerland one of the straps (that attaches the top compartment to the body) came totally out at the seam.

Fortunately, I noticed the problem immediately and was able to recover the piece that came unsown, and fortunately, the weather was good so a weather-tight compacting of the top compartment to the rest was not a major issue.

Nonetheless, I was unhappy with such a problem on a brand-new pack on its first outing.

After filing a complaint through the address on the website, I was contacted by the official Osprey agent here in Switzerland. They informed me that they would repair (or replace) the pack, BUT since I ordered directly from the Osprey website and not though a dealer here in Switzerland, that I would have to pay the shipping charges. I found this absolutely unbelievable and unacceptable.

I contacted OspreyEurope and they immediately send me a new top compartment.
And here I am ready to go.
That's the kind of service I appreciate ... and expect from Osprey. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
  • Adjustable torso length
  • Base zip entry
  • Die-cut spacer mesh hipbelt and harness
  • External hydration access
  • Front tie off points
  • Fully adjustable AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Integrated & detachable raincover
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Removable top lid with dual compartments
  • Reverse Straightjacket™ compression 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 attachment
  • Stretch front pocket
  • Stretch mesh side pockets
  • Top lid access
  • Twin zippered hip belt pockets
  • Under lid zipped mesh pocket

Reviews (8)

Customer Reviews

4.15
Based on 8 reviews
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Joel
Great Investment
I originally bought my first Osprey Kestrel 11 years ago and after about 7 or 8 years the webbing attaching to the right strap finally went, the waist buckle broke as well as getting a large puncture hole in the bottom of the pack. Needless to say I thought after 7-8 years of years of use I should suck it up and buy a new one which I did. The design and fit of these packs are brilliant. My old bag has been left in the attic collecting dust for no reason when I thought maybe I'll test their almighty guarantee and see what they. They repaired everything for free. An 11 year old bay they repaired with no quarrels what so ever. Super simple, easy and helpful. I really couldn't recommend the company enough. I generally use the kestrel for day to day to use as its light enough and supremely comfortable. It's a fantastic all-rounder day pack.

My advice to osprey would be to construct the back stretchy panel like they used to they last much better my old one is still in much better shape than my new one however this is a minor issue.

If you are looking for a bag that is super comfortable, will carry you through pretty much anything you throw at it and will last years and if and when it does finally go Osprey will endeavor to do their best to help you out then this is the pack for you. Worth every penny better than getting something cheaper that isn't as comfortable and you spend the same money replacing it several times over. True sustainability is building to last.
Flo
Great price/value backpack
I ordered this backpack while I was on a tight schedule. I had an upcoming trip in Finnish Lapland in 7 days. I ordered the backpack on a tuesday and by Friday I had it in my hand. Very pleased with the speed of the delivery.
Previously I had spent a lot of time reviewing backpacks. I was hesitating a lot between the Kestrel 58 and the Aether AG 60, but ultimately I went for the Kestrel because it was cheaper and somewhat smaller and for my upcoming trip it was necessary to be able to carry it onboard an airplane. I know that more often than not it depends on the mood of the checking personnel but with the Kestrel 58 I felt I had better chances of carrying it onboard and eventually it worked.
Since I ordered the bag online I had no way to try it out beforehand but when I first used it on a 50 km / 3 days long hike above the Arctic Circle it did not disappoint me. Although I am still trying to figure out the best adjustments for the back support system.
Overall I am happy with my purchase and I hope it will serve me well on many trips to come :)
Dennis
Great pack, could do better with some stuff
So recently I went on a trip to visit a friend of mine and somehow found myself in an outdoor store trying on some backpacks. I settled on the Osprey Kestrel 58. I needed something to replace my Vaude Astrum 60+10 which was stolen a while ago in a hostel.

I haven't done much hiking in it, but walked plenty with loads around 10-15kg. When it comes to carrying weight, it feels so effortless with this backpack it's unreal. The Vaude Astrum 60+10 is a beast (just google it) and has big ass hip belts, but somehow I was never able to set the backpack up correctly to carry around a lot of weight. With the Osprey Kestrel I have the M/L size and I'm at 185cm, the frame just fits my body on the smallest setting. The S/M version would for some reason keep the weight on my shoulders even though it was adjusted to the same height as the M/L version. Either way, I'm not gonna shrink so it should be fine.

So, compared to the Vaude Astrum, what I really like about this pack is the following

Plus:
- Same volume, but with a far smaller footprint. I believe this is even smaller than the Kestrel 48 and 38 height wise
- Really nice suspension system, can't barely feel I'm carrying around any weight
- Lightweight
- Many compression straps
- 2 Hip Belt pockets, though the zippers are a bit difficult to open and they are not elastic at all
- The front mesh pocket is amazing and holds a ton of stuff
- Side access to all your stuff so it's easier to find things buried at the bottom
- Zippered side pocket which goes down all along its length

Things I didn't like compared to Vaude Astrum and in general

Negatives:

- The load lift straps are very hard to adjust. I tried two different packs in the store and it was almost impossible for me to adjust them with the backpack on my back without using a lot of force. The Vaude Astrum does this much better and you can even adjust the angle of the load lifts with a simple detachable (but sturdy) buckle
- The sternum strap is non-elastic and feels a bit uncomfortable to use.
- The Velcro system is easy, but difficult to adjust quickly and precisely. Still, it suffices.
- Lack of internal pockets
- Impossible to reach your bottle from the mesh side pockets unless you take the backpack off
- Side access is nice, but with the Vaude Astrum you could unzip the entire front area, making it even easier to get to your stuff and organize
- Iso Mat carrying straps are spaced a bit too close to each other. The entire sleeping back compartment is just a bit small compared to other packs
- The internal divider is designed by some kind of an idiot. It doesn't zip open like all other backpacks, no, instead it has 2 straps holding it in place and lots of gaps for stuff to fall through. It's not easy to completely taking it out without messing with the straps and I just feel like this design decision makes no sense whatsoever. Many other reviews seem to agree with this
- No elastic bands to keep the excess straps from moving around and getting anywhere. I don't understand this either, almost every brand, including budget brands have this these days. The straps on this pack are LOOOOONG. It would maybe cost an extra dollar to integrate these from the factory but make a big difference for overall quality.


A nice addition to this pack would be lockable main compartment and zippers. I mean, sure, if they want to take your stuff they will (in my case they took the whole backpack), but it will still deter opportunity thieves in hostels and countries where theft is a bit more prevalent.

I've listed a lot of downsides, but I see those more as points where this pack can really improve on (though some are really downsides). It's a really nice pack and I feel it will serve me well for many years unless it gets stolen again. Haven't tried the raincover yet and I never walk with poles so can't really comment on that either.



Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Dennis,

Thank you for writing a review for the Kestrel 58.

It's great to hear that you have found many positives when walking with your Osprey pack. We hope you find even more benefits to your pack when you come to use it for any upcoming hiking trips.

Your comment regarding the load lifters is not something we have had any negative feedback on before. The load lifters are designed to support any heavy loads in your pack, therefore, if they weren't tight/ strong, their purpose would be redundant. The sternum strap has a similar nature to the load lifters in that without being robust, they won't do the job they're designed for. Elastic isn't going to provide the same support as our webbing sternum straps do.

Regarding your feedback about the lack of internal pockets, we specifically design our Hiking packs as one large compartment to give users flexibility, for example, some may want to pack a tent in their pack. With lots of small internal pockets, this wouldn't be an optimal use of space. If you'd like to organise the inside of your pack, we would recommend using our Drysacks or Stretch Stuff Sacks. We also recommend that if you are finding it difficult to reach your water bottle from the side mesh pocket, instead, this pack is compatible with all of our Hydraulic Reservoirs.

Again, we thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Kestrel 58. Your other points made on ways this pack can be improved have been passed over to our Design Team for consideration.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Hama
The best bag I ever had
Since purchasing the Kestral 58 I've taken it with me all over Asia, Europe and Africa. When travelling on foot the hip belt is really made the rucksack comfortable and effortless to carry even when full. The rucksack is slender and sleek with many ways to expand its size whilst still looking very stylish at the same time - Also the anti-tear technology makes expanding the rucksack to its limits guilt-free as I don't have to worry about it tearing open after over-filling it. There are many side pockets and hidden pockets to hide valuables which I love being a very pickpocket conscious person.

All in all I'd say this is the best rucksack that I've ever owned. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
JCFALCON
Notable no Sobresaliente
De vuelta de hacer el Camino de Santiago, os cuento un poco cómo me ha ido con ella.

Lo que me ha gustado:
- los materiales usados son buenos y resistentes
- una vez bien ajustada y equilibrada la carga, se lleva cómodamente

Lo que no me ha gustado tanto:
- si guardas una botella de agua en cualquiera de los bolsillos de malla laterales, sobre la marcha la podrás sacar con algo de trabajo pero olvídate de volver a colocarla a menos que te quites la mochila, otra persona te haga el favor o seas contorsionista del Cirque du Soleil. El problema es que creo que los bolsillos son demasiados altos y verticales, cayendo en el punto ciego de maniobrabilidad, por decirlo así.
- si dejas la mochila en el suelo tendrás que apoyarla sobre algo porque en pie, sola, no se mantiene.
- los bolsillos de la cintura son pequeños y sólo aptos para cosas pequeñas, valga la obviedad. No cámara (a menos que sea ultracompacta) ni mucho menos unas gafas de sol.
- los bolsillos laterales de cremallera lo son hacia adentro, es decir, toman el espacio del compartimento principal limitando el volúmen de lo que puedes guardar en ellos.
- la seta o tapa superior, cuando la cierras, el 95% de las veces coge de por medio las hebillas o ajustes de las correas que tiran de la mochila hacia la espalda, situadas detrás de los hombros. Esto significa que una vez que cierras la tapa, con todo bien ajustado, si no te das cuenta sobre la marcha irá desajustando la verticalidad de la mochila. Cuando te ha pasado varias veces, ya coges la costumbre de asegurarte de que éstas hebillas quedan libres.

Resumen:
Es un buen producto y buena alternativa como mochila del Camino. Una vez conoces los inconvenientes puedes vivir con ellos (aunque lo de la botella es un fastidio). Siendo riguroso, no es un producto completamente redondo pero no me siento del todo defraudado. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
santim59
esta bien pero no me gusta la parte que separa abajo en elinterior de la mochila
la mochila en general esta muy bien se nota material de calidad
cuando la llevas puesta es muy comoda
hay algun pero:
los bolsillos laterales estan un poco atras y es un poco incomodo llegar y son pequeños
un movil actual no cabe
en general es una muy buena mochila

falta probar en unos cuantos dias. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)
John Paul
Great pack. Great customer service from OspreyEurope
I got a new pack directly from the OspreyEurope website. This is my 5th Osprey pack.

During its first outing on a 4-day trek here in Switzerland one of the straps (that attaches the top compartment to the body) came totally out at the seam.

Fortunately, I noticed the problem immediately and was able to recover the piece that came unsown, and fortunately, the weather was good so a weather-tight compacting of the top compartment to the rest was not a major issue.

Nonetheless, I was unhappy with such a problem on a brand-new pack on its first outing.

After filing a complaint through the address on the website, I was contacted by the official Osprey agent here in Switzerland. They informed me that they would repair (or replace) the pack, BUT since I ordered directly from the Osprey website and not though a dealer here in Switzerland, that I would have to pay the shipping charges. I found this absolutely unbelievable and unacceptable.

I contacted OspreyEurope and they immediately send me a new top compartment.
And here I am ready to go.
That's the kind of service I appreciate ... and expect from Osprey. (This review was left for a previous version of this product)

Features

  • Adjustable torso length
  • Base zip entry
  • Die-cut spacer mesh hipbelt and harness
  • External hydration access
  • Front tie off points
  • Fully adjustable AirScape™ backpanel with foam ridges for comfort and fit
  • Integrated & detachable raincover
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Removable top lid with dual compartments
  • Reverse Straightjacket™ compression 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 attachment
  • Stretch front pocket
  • Stretch mesh side pockets
  • Top lid access
  • Twin zippered hip belt pockets
  • Under lid zipped mesh pocket

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