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Product description

Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime, or just a quick trek up the nearest dale, with the Tempest Pro 28 Titanium pack. This ultra-durable and innovative pack contains a wealth of special features including an ultralight, injection-moulded HDPE frame sheet and super-durable UHMWPE reinforced fabric that keeps your contents in and the weather out. The back panel ensures all the weight is evenly distributed to eliminated rubbing or aching muscles. Heading out at night is an option too, thanks to an LED light attachment and reflective graphics so you’re safe and seen. Pack everything away in a selection of dual zippered hip belt pockets, an internal mesh pocket, and a unique Stow-on-the-Go walking pole attachment.

Osprey Europe - Tempest Pro 28, Titanium

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