Osprey Packs Manta 24L Backpack

Osprey Packs Manta 24L Backpack
Osprey Packs Manta 24L Backpack
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Manta 24L Backpack by Osprey Packs
Get your mountain bike or hiking gear together with the Osprey Manta 24L Backpack. Designed for daylong adventures, the Mantra incorporates tons of thoughtful details to keep you on the move. A lightweight, supportive, and breathable AirSpeed suspension system draws the lumbar in to deliver great fit and stability while the adjustable harness yoke allows over four inches of adjustability so you can find your perfect fit. Multiple pockets help you stay organized and the large main compartment easily accommodates your extra layers. Osprey built the Manta from durable nylon fabrics to withstand heavy wear, and the included hydration reservoir makes it easy to stay hydrated whether you're mountain biking, hiking, or just hoofing it across campus.

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SKU: OSP00C5
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