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.
Whether you’re packing for a field trip to the local animal shelter, a sleepover at a friend’s house, or just another tricky day in the classroom, Osprey’s Pogo is your child’s go-to choice for gear transport. The built-in tablet sleeve protects expensive electronics from your youngster’s rough and tumble life. Other storage options include dual side mesh pockets that fit water bottles and other small items plus an external heat embossed stash pocket to protect sunglasses and more. There’s also a front panel pocket to help your kid stay organized and the top grab handle is padded for comfort. If your youngster’s adventures happens to run past sundown, the blinker light attachment point enhances nighttime visibility.
The Fox, a trekking backpack for kids and youngsters, was revised to provide the technical design and high functionality of Dueter's "big" backpacks fully adapted to the needs of kids. The Fox also grows with the child thanks to the VariQuick back length adjustment system so they can have fun longer with their adventure backpack.
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