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GearJunkie.com – Featuring Talon 44 – August 3, 2015

August 3, 2015
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The GearJunkie-sponsored Team YogaSlackers competed in Expedition Alaska, a 7-day adventure race held last month, taking 2nd place overall. It was tough, technical, and remote beyond belief. Here’s the gear that got them through…

Osprey Talon 44 Pack
A big, light-weight backpack to carry a lot of stuff. Alaska was an unusually gear-intensive race, and as such it required a much larger pack than we’re used to racing with.

The Osprey packs we took were light, comfortable, and feature-rich, including ice-axe/trekking pole loops, bedroll straps, a roomy top lid and waist pockets.

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TalesofaMountainMama.com – Featuring HydraJet 15 and Moki – August 3, 2015

August 3, 2015
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This summer the boys were both able to test out one of Osprey’s kids’ hydrations packs, new for Spring 2015. While both packs work for anything you want them to, the biking ones tend to be a little smaller, and perfect for the smaller brother. P is wearing the MOKI (green) and J has on the HydraJet 15 (red)…

What we love about the Osprey Packs for Kids:
  • They’re truly built for kids. P has his cinched down as small as it goes, but we just tuck in the straps and he’s good to go. The more streamlined model makes it not quite so overwhelming on a smaller back.
  • The magnet keeps the hydration hoses accessible for quick drinks
  • They both have enough pockets for storing a few essentials. The MOKI is mostly very streamlined, but the HydraJet has plenty of room for snacks and a jacket.
  • They feel really good to THEM. Like all Osprey packs, they are built for good ventilation and flow and made to be comfortable.

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GearJunkie.com – Featuring Talon 44 – August 3, 2015

August 3, 2015
osprey-talon-44-200x300

The GearJunkie-sponsored Team YogaSlackers competed in Expedition Alaska, a 7-day adventure race held last month, taking 2nd place overall. It was tough, technical, and remote beyond belief. Here’s the gear that got them through.

Osprey Talon 44 Pack
A big, light-weight backpack to carry a lot of stuff. Alaska was an unusually gear-intensive race, and as such it required a much larger pack than we’re used to racing with.

The Osprey packs we took were light, comfortable, and feature-rich, including ice-axe/trekking pole loops, bedroll straps, a roomy top lid and waist pockets…

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