Osprey Kestrel 48 Pack  – Black

Osprey Kestrel 48 Pack  - Black

Osprey Kestrel 48 Pack  – Black Wherever you plan to hike, Osprey‚„s Kestrel 48 has you prepared. This innovative setup comes with a separate sleeping bag compartment and sleeping pad straps, while the StraightJacket™ side compression straps hold everything together. As you climb or explore, the pack shifts the load from the spacer mesh harness to the hip belt for improved comfort, and a mesh back panel improves ventilation and breathability. Furthermore, it‚„s equipped with a bevy of pockets and compartments, including a hydration sleeve and loops, for holding your essentials and more.. . Made out of 210D nylon Double Diamond Ripstop material and 420HD nylon Packcloth. Custom torso fit with the adjustable harness. Integrated rain cover protects your gear and can be stored away once the sun comes out. Wide-mouth sleeping back compartment with divider. Extra-secure sleeping pad straps. Main compartment opens with side zipper. Vertical zippered side pocket improves access and organization. LightWire™ suspension moves load from the harness to the hip belt. Atilon framesheet distributes load across the back panel to the peripheral frame. Airscape™ back panel features mesh-covered ridged foam for full ventilation as the load stays close to the body. Harness and hip belt feature soft, edgeless padded mesh. Adjustable sternum strap with rescue whistle. Imported.

  • Osprey Kestrel 48 Pack  – Black

Along with increased physical activity, outdoor recreation offers the opportunity to socialize, an important advantage in itself. For example, birding includes various activities such as physical walking, visual and auditory interpretation, and conversations with other bird watchers, according to a 2010 report by Resources for the Future. The report also notes that the social environments of outdoor spaces, particularly the city parks, are accompanied by positive experiences. Physical outdoor activities can also increase community pride and provide an opportunity to meet people with similar interests, says Andrew Lepp, a professor at Kent State University.

Outdoor activities lead to greater self-confidence, better creativity and better self-image. appreciation, according to Lepp. Natural environments rejuvenate and soothe the mind, improve prospects and increase the positive effect. Artistic environments, on the other hand, can cause feelings of exhaustion, irritability, inattention and impulsivity, says Resources for the Future. Out of time, you can even help focus; Research in 2009 in the “Journal of Attention Disorders” shows that 20-minute walks through natural circumstances lead to better concentration.