The Osprey Flyte Daypack Mandan ND

The Osprey Flyte is an 1100 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of durable and dependable nylon. Comes with internal hydration/organization pocket and internal pocket for CD/MP3 storage.

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The Osprey Flyte Daypack

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The Osprey Flyte is an 1100 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of durable and dependable nylon. The daypack has a spacer mesh backpanel and a removable webbing hip belt. It comes with an internal hydration/organization pocket, an internal pocket for CD/MP3 storage, safety light clip-in. The Flyte daypack also comes with shoulder straps that have a safety whistle and reflective cable/hose guides.

  • Body Fabric - nylon
  • Approximate volume - 1100 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 1 lb. 10 oz.
  • Access/Loading - Top
  • Number of pockets - 4
  • Spacer mesh backpanel
  • Removable 3/4" webbed hipbelt
  • Harness with whistle buckle sternum and reflective cable/hose guides
  • Safety light clip-in
  • Molded handle and internal mesh pocket
  • Hydration sleeve pocket and internal organization pocket
  • Durable #10 YKK zipper on main panel
  • CD/MP3 internal pocket
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