The blogger who reviewed the pack said that they were “very happy” with it and said that it “passed its initial field test with flying colors”. To see more, click here.
The site detailed some of the trail maintenance that was done by Osprey employees and various other volunteers, and pictures were posted of the day as well. To see more, click here.
Allison Gannett, an extreme skier and avid mountain biker from Crested Butte, CO, took part in the Brita Climate Ride for global climate change, and wrote an article about the experience for the Bicycling.com blog. She noted in the article, that throughout the ride she used her Osprey Talon 11 pack to carry a lot of her gear. To see 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.
In the summer edition of Inside Outdoor magazine, it was reported that Tatoo Adventure Gear will be the exclusive rep for Osprey’s products in South America. To see more, click here.
Osprey’s Hydraulics line was talked about on Gear.com. The site was excited about the new hydration packs when they saw them on there visit to OR, and said that they were “stoked on the Raptor line”. To see more, click here.
The site reviewed the Exos 46, Talon 4 hip pack, and Space Station 140 travel bag. They found the travel bag to be “massive”, the hip bag to be of “great value” and “high quality”, and that the Exos 46 is a “featherweight workhorse”. To see the Exos 46 review, click here. To see the hip bag and travel bag reviews, click here and here.