Osprey packs have gained a fairly large following in the outdoor community. If you’re a hiker, trekker, or wilderness camping enthusiast, chances are there’s an Osprey pack that can serve you well as you carry your survival and comfort gear while you travel on your next adventure.
The problem ahead today isn’t which manufacturer’s pack is going to do the job better. If that was the case, I’d easily put the Osprey family up against all challengers in their respective classes. The chasm between today’s competitors isn’t nearly so broad as all that.
Today I want to compare two of Osprey’s “Women’s Specific” packs, the Kyte 36 and the Kyte 46. Picking a favorite between these two quality packs is going to be a challenge, so let’s get started before we run out of daylight.
They’re Both Packed Full of Great Features
In a lot of ways choosing between the Kyte 36 and Kyte 46 are really like picking your favorite half of the same sandwich. They’re pretty close to the same, but personal preferences will guide you toward one or the other.
These are full sisters, and they could be twins, but they’re not identical.
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