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MountainFlyerMagazine.com – Featuring Verve 10 – February 18, 2013

February 18, 2013

Like most outdoor sports, mountain biking is primarily a man’s world, at least in terms of gear. So I was happy to find the women’s specific Osprey Verve 10 Hydration Bike Pack. I’m an intermediate mountain biker and most of the rides I did in this pack were one to three hours. I used the Osprey Verve 10 on around 20 rides for this review.

I’m picky when it comes to hydration packs, the extra weight on my back usually makes my lower back hurt. For years, I used a minimal Wingnut pack that didn’t even have a top compartment.

Osprey makes the Verve series in both a men’s and women’s model, with the primary difference being that the women’s pack features a shorter torso. This is good or bad, depending on the length of your torso. I am 5’8” and felt the torso on the women’s pack might be a bit short for me.

However, the pack is comfortable and has some nice features. There is a small pocket at the top that is good for small items or electronics. Since I turn my phone off and don’t ride with an Ipod, I fill the small pocket with car keys, lip balm, patch kit and energy bars – the kind of stuff that would fall to the bottom in other packs I used.

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ParentsConnect.com – Featuring Verve 10 – April 2012

April 11, 2012

One Day Workout Party Prizes

Join us for fun, games and piles of PRIZES at our One Day Workout Party on April 3rd, 2012 from 10am to 11:59pm EST. Here’s what we’re giving away!

Hiking Clothing and Accessories!

Hit the trails in style with this Hiking Bundle! You’ll be one hot mama with the included Icebreaker Rush V top, LS Quest Zip, and Rush 3/4 Tights. All Icebreaker items are specially designed to hug every curve of your body, keep you warm, and super comfy while streamlining your performance. Bonus? We’re also including Keen A86 TRs sneakers (made of breathable, yet sturdy material!) and an Osprey Verve 10 backpack. The Verve includes a hydration pack, a 3 liter HydraformTM reservoir for everyday mountain biking, trail running or day hiking and loads of compartments!

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OutsideOnline.com – Featuring BCF Verve 10 – October 26th, 2011

October 26, 2011

Osprey’s Verve 10 Hydration Pack ($84; ospreypacks.com) is a special-edition, women’s-specific pack perfect for hiking, mountain biking, or trail running. It comes with a three-liter reservoir and plenty of room for bike tools and extra clothing. Osprey will donate four dollars from every purchase to the Breast Cancer Fund (breastcancerfund.org), and the company screened the front pocket with breast cancer prayer flags.

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TriEdge.net – Special Edition Verve 10 to Benefit Breast Cancer Fund – October 6th, 2011

October 25, 2011

Osprey Packs announced its newest pack which supports the Breast Cancer Fund. The special, limited-edition Verve 10 is available at selected U.S. retailers and at the company’s website. (www.ospreypacks.com)

Osprey will donate $4 of the purchase price to the Breast Cancer Fund. A donation of $5,000 is guaranteed by Osprey to the non-profit.

Osprey Packs has been supporting the Breast Cancer Fund since 2005 as a corporate sponsor of Climb Against the Odds, an event that raises over $5 million. The 2011 event will take place at Mount Shasta in June.

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Bicycling.com – Featuring Verve 10 Breast Cancer Edition – September 2011

October 7, 2011

Women’s Verve 10 Hydration Pack, Breast Cancer Edition

EDITORIAL REVIEW

I’ve become so numb to the ubiquitous pink ribbon that it’s rare when a special-edition breast cancer awareness product catches my eye. So when I spotted this amethyst-hued hydration pack and learned that Osprey donates $4 of the purchase price to the nonprofit Breast Cancer Fund, I was intrigued. With its strong-yet-feminine color and subtle graphics of prayer flags that Fund supporters use to communicate inspirational messages, the pack doesn’t scream cliché.

As for functionality, the lightweight pack features an outer mesh pocket and two zippered pockets, the divided main one big enough to stow several spare tubes, CO2 canisters, cell phone, and enough food for hours on the trail. The reservoir holds 100 ounces of fluid, more than enough for my weekend afternoon trail excursions. The bladder contains no BPA or PVC, so water doesn’t take on a plastic aftertaste, and an antimicrobial coating prevents germy nastiness. Thanks to an anatomically contoured shape, the pack is comfy to wear and doesn’t bounce around or slide.

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