• Weight 1.16 kg
  • Size One size
  • Colour Ruska Purple, Summit Blue, Black
  • Cost $219.90

Osprey Sirrus 24 Women’s Day Pack



Rating: 8.7 / 10
Value for Money 2.0 / 2.5
Comfort   2.3 / 2.5
Weight 2.4 / 2.5
Weight 2.0 / 2.5

Osprey Sirrus 24 Women's Day Pack Review

I have been in need of a day pack for a while now but I just couldn’t find one that ticked most of the boxes.  My list of needs was relatively simple (or so I thought):

  • Slimline, light and comfortable (these go together for me!)
  • Just big enough (for a few essentials)
  • Durable
  • Stylish enough to double as a touring day pack.

However, I found that most of the ‘day packs’ were bulky, relatively heavy, not very comfortable (unless they contained a bit of weight to sit on your hips) and lets, face it, not very stylish!

As is usually the case for me, I gave up looking. And I then stumbled upon the Osprey Sirrus 24 Women’s Day Pack when it was on sale and decided I’d take the plunge.

This pack has lots of techy features including an internal hydration reservoir sleeve, lots of compartments, a tensioned mesh harness and an integrated raincover. While this back pack is a ‘one size fits all’ pack, it does have an adjustable back panel to suit your torso length.

It is made of durable materials which has withstood the bush bashing and rock scrambling I have experienced on my recent day hikes. This pack comes in four colours with the very stylish names of Ruska Purple, Thyme Green, Summit Blue or Black (they must have run out of creativity here!).  I of course opted for Ruska Purple given my only other sale option was Black.

The Sirrus also has a 36 litre and a 50 litre available in Extra Small/Small or Small/Medium however these to my thinking go beyond the needs of a day pack and don’t live up to the expectation of a multi-day pack. My guidance is go small with the Sirrus 24 litre or jump to the Osprey Eja 58 or Osprey Exos 48 for a light weight multi-day option.

For the guys out there, the Osprey Stratus 24, 34, 36 or 50 are options.

The suggested carrying capacity for the Sirrus 24 pack is 5-12kg. At the lower end of this weight the pack is very comfortable given the trampoline suspension.  However at the top end of this range the pack would be bulky and would feel overly heavy.

I am really enjoying my Sirrus 24 and in the short time since my purchase, I have used it a lot I I’m even ready to throw out a thread bare day pack I purchased 15 years ago! that must mean I am very happy and recommend the Sirrus 24 to those seeking a multi purpose and stylish day pack.

We Like

  • Seamless hipbelt which means there are no seams to feel
  • Ventilated tensioned mesh backpanel that adjusts to your torso length which ensures a customised fit
  • Integrated raincover which sits neatly in the lower compartment
  • Dual side compression straps for comfort
  • Dual side stretch mesh pockets which make it easy to stow and remove bottles
  • Zippered hipbelt pockets to keep your favourite snacks handy
  • Internal hydration reservoir sleeve if you favour using a hydration bladder
  • Dual-zippered panel access to main compartment
  • Large top panel zippered slash pocket which makes it easy to tuck away items quickly

We Don't Like

  • At $199.95 it is a bit expensive for a day pack so look out for sales or plan to give it a lot of use!

Best Uses

  • An excellent day pack
  • Enough flexibility to serve as an overnight pack

Buy One

You can purchase the Osprey Sirrus 24 Pack online from Wildfire Sports

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$219.90 AUD RRP

Other Versions

  • Osprey Sirrus 36
  • Osprey Sirrus 50

Opsrey Sirrus 24l Daypack

Sternum Strap and Whistle


Adjustable sternum strap

Hip belt pocket

Hip Belt Pocket  with a female hand showing the size. Many compact cameras would fit in this pocket amongst other bits and pieces

One of two side pockets showing water bottle

Pack back with all pockets closed

Top Pocket open. this is the pocket for all the little stuff like phones an a wallet

Internal water bladder sleeve

Water bladder port

Main Back pocket with jumper inside

Adjustment marks on the inside back of the pack. Adjust the length of the sternum as required

Vertical back pocket closed

Back Pocket open showing a lightweight does jacket

Back harness showing adjustment marking

Carry Handle

Load lifter adjustement straps

Stow on the Go Hiking pole straps


This review was done with product purchased from a retail store by the reviewer

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