According to the Durango Herald, Osprey was honored along with 5 other companies, and regarded as a company to watch, by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, as well as the Edward Lowe Foundation. To see more, click here.
The guys at Outdoor Adventure Guide magazine went for an outdoor excursion and listed the many items they brought along with them. One of those items was the Osprey Exos 46 backpack, and they said it was “way more hardcore than we were”. To see more, click here.
At the Verde PR reception during the Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City, WoodsMonkey.com got a chance to speak to some of Osprey’s reps about the new packs coming out and the introduction of the Hydraulics line of hydration packs. To see more, click here.
TrulyObscure.com said that “Osprey doesn’t joke around” when it comes to their packs. They reviewed the Women’s Xenon 82 and ended up loving the product, saying it is “a bag that can carry a sleeping bag and almost the person sleeping inside”. To see more, click here.
The Slipstream 20 was found to be an excellent workstation case and travel bag by the Camping Tips and Advice blog, in a July posting. To see more, click here.
Osprey gets recognition for being selected by Outside Magazine as one of “America’s Best Places to Work” in the first ever issue of Outdoor USA. Also, the Talon series picks up some serious ink in the new tabloid. To see more, click here.
Northwest Backpacker shared his preference of Osprey over Gregory Packs in The Olympian. To read more, click here.
The Exos 46 was so light we forgot we were wearing it, says Outside Magazine. The Exos 46 takes a nice and bold spread in the May Buyer’s Guide as a featured Gear of the Year product. Also, the Talon 5.5 Pack is selected among the best goods for running. To see both appearances, click here.