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Adventure.com – Featuring Waypoint 80 – September 2014

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Adventure.com – Featuring Waypoint 80 – September 2014

September 1, 2014
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These deluxe travel packs provide the ultimate in mobility for everything from two-week trekking vacations to year-long around the world forays. Utilizing proven suspension from the Volt and Viva Series, Waypoint comes in one size for men and the new Wayfarer comes in one size for women, each offering excellent adjustability for superior fit.

The new zip away padded harness and hipbelt have direct connection to a LightWire™ peripheral frame that supports the weight that backpacking and traveling for extended periods of time necessitates. A large torso adjustment range ensures a perfect fit and hidden behind this adjustable harness is a secret security zippered pocket to store money, passport or other travel documents.

Key to this season’s redesign is the addition of the fully featured Port Day, a removable daypack with Osprey’s innovative Port™ Window tablet access. This zippered sleeve features touch-sensitive film that allows tablet use without removing it from the daypack…

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MensJournal.com – Featuring Syncro 3 – September 2014

September 1, 2014

The Best Bikes and Gear We Saw at Interbike 2014

Osprey Syncro 3: This sub-1 pound pack has everything you need for comfort and proper hydration when commuting or trail riding, with nothing extra. A ventilated back keeps you cool and supports your load along with redesigned contoured straps. The pack holds a 2.5-liter reservoir, with enough room for a jacket, multitool, and tube, and snack in the front organizer pocket. The internal zip pocket keeps track of your car key. Commuting? Slip your helmet onto the carry clip when you get to work.

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GearInstitute.com – Featuring Exos 58 – September 2014

September 1, 2014

The beauty of hiking is being able to reduce your world to what you can carry on your back. Osprey’s totally redesigned Exos—featuring state-of-the-art suspension, sewn-in seamless hip belts for superior comfort, and trick upgrades like a trekking pole attachment and sleeping pad straps—lets you overstuff for your adventure without overtaxing your shoulders and hips. The original was a masterpiece of ultralight pack design, and the update is even better. Ultra light and super supportive, this is the new cornerstone of all your fast and light missions.

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Yahoo.com: Travel – Featuring Waypoint and Wayfarer Series – September 2014

September 1, 2014

For serious backpackers who need heavy-duty luggage for round-the-world adventures, no one offers more stylish bags than Osprey. The rugged packs’ shiny fabric and curvy silhouettes make for more visually pleasing luggage, even at the massive 80L-size. And the both the Waypoint and Wayfarer packs — the newest from the brand…come with ingenious touch-sensitive sleeves in the detachable daypacks that allow you to use your tablet without ever having to take it out.

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