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GrindTV.com – Featuring Mira AG 34 – June 9, 2016

June 9, 2016
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I think I just fell in love. Osprey’s premium women’s daypack, the Mira AG, is fit, beautiful and clever as hell.
Osprey’s Mira AG 34  is equipped for all of the above. It comes with a 2.5-liter reservoir, which fits into its own dedicated pocket and has enough space in its eight other compartments for layers and headlamps aplenty.
The 34-liter pack also claims to be able to hold 10 to 30 pounds comfortably. I loaded mine up with 20 pounds of provisions and thanks to Osprey’s AG (Anti-Gravity) suspension, my shoulders were spared the hardship that some other packs inflict when busting with supplies of questionable utility.

GrindTV.com – Featuring Escapist 32 – May 27, 2015

May 27, 2015
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Bikepacking is the two-wheeled adventure that brings cycling and backpacking together. Because with a bit of planning and a little more gear, it’s easy to upgrade a fun mountain bike ride into an epic bikepacking overnight escapade. And there’s a good chance you already have most of the stuff you need; bikepacking is king of the “run what you brung” ethos…

Similarly, I’m going to run my Osprey Escapist 32. Having ridden with panniers as well as backpacks off-road, I like how keeping the bag on my back keeps the bike more nimble. And my medium/large Escapist can accommodate about 32 liters and up to 30 pounds of stuff. A hip belt and harness keep the bag steady and lower compression straps help me stabilize the load.