Featured among the best of the best, Espaces love Osprey’s Exos Series. To read more, click here.
In an interview on KGNU, Deanna Lloyd spoke about ConservationNEXT, their Backyard Collective projects, and the most current project in Eldorado Canyon State Park, sponsored by Osprey. To listen to the interview, click here.
The site reported on the ConservationNEXT Backyard Collective in Eldorado Canyon State Park, and mentioned Osprey as one of the companies who donated their time to the trail restoration effort. To see more, click here.
For their Buyer’s Guide, Germany’s Outdoor magazine listed the Atmos 35 and Argon 70 as great choices for day hikes and extended trips, respectively. To see more, click here.
FeedtheHabit.com reported on the new Hydraulics line, and in particular the Raptor packs. They said that they are very excited about the new packs due to their “streamlined form-factor”, “optimized fit for minimal ‘pack bounce'”, and the Nalgene hydration system. To see more, click here.
A plethora of features have been added to the Aether pack line, as is reported in the Day 1 issue of OR Daily. To see more, click here.
For a 500-mile backpacking journey in Spain, Christina at TangoDiva.com needed a new hiking pack. After trying out various models in the store, she went with the Osprey Xenon 70. To see more, click here.
Osprey’s line of hydration packs was launched at this summer’s Outdoor Retailer trade show, and the packs were reported on by OR Daily. To see more, click here.
In the July/August issue of Outdoor USA, the publication pictured and detailed the features of the Aether 70 and Stratos 36 packs. To see more, click here.