With the same quality craftsmanship and features as their adult packs, the Ace 50 was built with kids in mind. Up to 5 inches of torso adjustability and an extendable Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt™ allow the pack to grow alongside its user. Featuring a ventilated Airspeed suspension™, zippered sleeping bag compartment, removable sleeping pad straps, internal reservoir sleeve and plenty of pockets for snacks, sunscreen and other trail sundries. Should the skies open up, an included raincover ensures a happy camper.
With the same expectations as its adult counterpart, the Daylite Kids pack does it all and does it right. Offering a straightforward feature set in a small package, including a ventilated backpanel, dual side mesh pockets for water bottles or treasures found on the trail, hydration compatible interior sleeve, built-in whistle and internal name tag. An integrated handle gives adults an easy grab-and-go option while simple pockets, bright colors and fun graphics compel kids to reach for this pack again and again.
Osprey’s Jet 18 is a kid’s daypack loaded with features also found on Osprey’s adult packs. The mesh back panel provides ventilation and the fleece-lined shoulder harness is comfortable all day long. A webbing hip belt with mesh wings and a sternum strap keep the pack stable, even when the wearer is running full tilt. This top-loading pack has number of pockets to keep your kid organized. The external zippered pocket is perfect for snacks or lip balm while the internal zippered pocket is good for small items that need a more secure home. Dual stretch mesh side pockets give youngsters a place to store new found outdoor treasures such as shiny rocks or colorful leaves. There’s also a stretch mesh pocket on the shoulder strap for easy access to an energy bar or fruit roll up. An external reservoir pocket makes refills easy and reduces the chance of moisture inadvertently entering the main compartment. Because Osprey knows the secret to a happy kid is warmth and the secret to warmth is always having one dry layer.
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