Osprey® Daylite Jr. Kids' Backpack
Meet your new partner for all your outdoor escapades this coming summer camp season—the Osprey Daylite Jr. Kids’ Backpack. Crafted with 100% recycled, ripstop polyester, this daypack is durable, lightweight, and eco-friendly.
Featuring a panel-loading main compartment, dual side mesh pockets, and a small front pocket with a handy key clip, it offers ample storage for your essentials. Worried about the weather? Don't be. The Daylite Jr. is made with a DWR treatment that's PFAS-free to keep your gear (and itself) dry.
Inside, discover a multi-function interior sleeve, perfect for your hydration reservoir. Weighing in at just 9.2 ounces, the Osprey Daylite Jr. Kids’ Backpack is just what you need to complete your child’s packing list so they have a great time out on the trails, having a blast and ready for action.
- Material: 100% Recycled300D Polyester with Ripstop and 600D Polyester Accent
- 9L Daypack
- 200D Polyester Bottom
- DWR Treatment made without PFAS
- Panel-Loading Main Compartment
- Dual Side Mesh Pockets
- Small Front Pocket with Key Clip
- Multi-Function Interior Sleeve for Hydration or Tablet
- Weight: 9.2oz
- Dimensions: 13"H x 8.6"W x 7"D
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Our Backpack from Osprey offers adjustability to fit a range of people with different heights and proportions; this way, your Osprey Backpack can still fit through a growth spurt or two. So how do you know what's right for your height and proportion? First, you'll want to know your torso length. To determine your measurement, see the diagram below.
This measurement starts at the iliac crest, which is the top of your hipbone on the side of your body that acts like a shelf. From this point, measure to the C7 vertebra, the knobby bone at the base of your neck when you put your head down.