I love reviewing kit, especially a backpack when it’s festival and walking season here in the UK. I was recently given the opportunity to review this Osprey Kode 32 Rucksack by the lovely guys over at OutdoorKit and I think I may have fallen in love.

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As it’s been a summer of festivals and travelling hand-luggage only, this little beaut has seen it all over the last few weeks. It’s walked over Dartmoor and across the Cornish coast path. It’s survived Beautiful Days, Knockenstockan, Boardmasters and so many other festivals that I can’t even remember the name of them. It’s fought off mud and rum and rain and kept everything inside all dry and away from the outdoors when the Great British weather does what it does best.

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The Osprey Kode, although smaller than my 35 litre Regatta backpack, has some serious space for just about everything you need. There are pockets inside pockets to stuff your dirty socks and undies whilst hiking and camping your way up mountains as well as two hydration sleeves, ski and snowboard carry straps, goggle pockets, helmet storage and glove friendly buckles. You could probably also fit your iPad in there for good measure too, along with all your adventure essentials.

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This Osprey daypack is also super comfy and keeps off your back, meaning you won’t be victim to sweat stains down your spine after days stomping up and down the moors or mountains. Adjustable waist straps, compression straps – the whole shebang. TER LOVES this bag!

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Want one? Head over to TER Facebook Page and see how!

 

 

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