About Osprey Skimmer 28 Hydration Pack With 2.5L Reservoir Sapphire Blue
The Skimmer 28 is a lightweight and durable women’s-specific pack capable of handling any adventure around town, on the trails, and beyond. The included 2.5-liter reservoir holds plenty of water for all-day hydration, mesh side pockets keep snacks and other small items conveniently close by, and the front panel pocket is the perfect spot to store your raincoat. Compression straps pull everything in tight, lower loops secure your trekking poles, and there’s even an ice axe loop if things get vertical. With a timeless rucksack design and user-friendly packing solution, the Skimmer is the ultimate town-to-trail companion.
TREKKING POLE ATTACHMENT
Simple design to easily attach trekking poles to the front of the pack. Not available on the Skarab 18 and Skimmer 16.
A true rucksack with a wide-mouth bucket-style opening to the main compartment.
- Women's-specific sizing and fit.
- Wide-mouth, bucket-style main compartment opening.
- Dedicated hydration compartment with included Osprey Hydraulics® LT 2.5L reservoir by Hydrapak.
- Adjustable sternum strap with magnetic bite valve attachment.
- Front panel daisy chain attachment points.
- Heat-embossed, scratch-free zippered slash pocket.
- Dual zippered large side panel pockets.
- Dual zippered hipbelt pockets.
- Dual upper and lower compression straps.
- Dual trekking pole loop attachment points.
- Ice ax loop attachment.
- Front shove-it pocket.
- Under lid zip pocket.
Convoluted EVA foam over an Atilon framesheet provides structure, support, and cushioning
Open mesh over contoured EVA foam ensures ventilation and comfort
Cushioning spacermesh over die-cut foam provides active ventilation and a contoured fit
- Volume : 1709 IN3 / 28 L
- Dimentions : 20.9H X 10.4W X 9.4D IN
- Weight : 1.68 LBS
- Main : 210D Nylon Dobby
- Accent : 420HD Nylon Oxford
- Bottom : 600D Polyester
About Osprey Brand
Since Osprey was founded in 1974, every single product design has passed through the hands of owner and founder Mike Pfotenhauer, who created his first backpack at age 16.
In Santa Cruz, California, the young entrepreneur opened a retail shop in the front of his rental house where backpackers and travelers came for custom-fit, made-to-order packs constructed over several days by Mike himself. As the demand for the great-fitting packs increased, Osprey found itself relocating to its current home in Southwest Colorado.
Today, Osprey is a melting pot of diverse personalities, backgrounds and abilities. All share the common belief that adventure is open to everyone and found anywhere.