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VTSports.com – Featuring Rev 18 – April 29, 2014

April 29, 2014

Osprey’s Rev line of hydration packs is designed specifically for endurance sports, focusing on comfort and accessibility. In order to move with the athlete, Rev packs are intended to fit like a shirt and are pulled on like a vest, with dual sternum straps to adjust first before cinching down the shoulder harness and waist belt.

“Biostretch,” the stretchy mesh fabric in the harness and belt, conforms to the body to keep contents compressed and in the proper position, sitting higher on the back than most packs. Materials in the back panel are also flexible and soft with a mesh cover for breathability.

Baffles inside the 2.5-liter hydration reservoir prevent water from sloshing around inside the hydration compartment. The hose has a quick release connection so there’s no need to remove the bladder from the pack to refill it on the fly and the bite valve connects magnetically to one of the sternum straps to keep it in place.

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Vermont Sports – Featuring Osprey’s Exos Series – September 1st, 2011

September 24, 2011


The Exos Series really makes you stand back and realize how far pack technology has come. These ultra-lightweight packs are easy on your back and tough enough to carry the goods you’ll need for a multiday journey. And they counter the idea that to shed weight, you have to give up bells and whistles. The Exos 58, for instance, is a 58-liter (for the medium size) pack that weighs less than 3 pounds. Three pounds! And you still get a breathable mesh back panel. Smart compression straps can either sit inside or outside of side mesh pockets. A genius trekking pole strap system gets your poles out of the way for scrambles, and front zips provide easy access to stuff in the middle of your pack. Choose from the Exos 34, (medium at 34 liters and 2 pounds 2 ounces), the Exos 46 (medium at 46 liters and 2 pounds, 5 ounces) or the 58, depending on how much gear you need to carry.

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