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OutdoorIndustry.org – Industry Earth Day Credit Where It’s Due – April 25, 2016

April 25, 2016

Since National Park Week began last weekend, the industry has been abuzz with exciting youth engagement announcements, news of record numbers in parks, and Secretary Jewell’s declaration on the importance of measuring the outdoor economy. The crown jewel of the weeklong public lands celebration? Earth Day.

As an industry that relies so heavily on the health of our planet, our community goes all out on Earth Day. From Gore-Tex’s declaration of love for Mother Earth to Osprey inviting consumers to become outdoor advocates, brands found many ways to show their appreciation for Earth and its natural spaces.

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TheWirecutter.com – Featuring Jet 12 and Jet 18 – April 21, 2016

April 21, 2016


Upgrade Pick
The Osprey bags are a little bit more tech-oriented than the REI packs, with external hydration bladder pouches and a design that provides superior ventilation by lifting the pack off the wearer’s back.

An Upgrade pick for smaller kids
Osprey Jet 12
An external bladder pocket and superior venting between back and bag caters to the serious trekker tyke.

An Upgrade pick for bigger kids
Osprey Jet 18
An external bladder pocket and superior venting between back and bag caters to kids all the way through their teen years.

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Bikemag.com – Featuring Hydraulics – April 20, 2016

April 20, 2016
Osprey Hydration Bladders
We’re big fans of Osprey’s hydration packs, but the bladders have never been quite perfect in our eyes. Luckily for us, CamelBak sued them over a patent infringement, motivating them to explore new options, which resulted in the design you see above. Since the bladders are made by Hydrapak (with design elements from Osprey), who offers a lifetime warranty on its bladders, Osprey can now extend it’s generous “All Mighty Guarantee” to every part of its hydration packs.

Velo News online – Featuring Hydraulics – April 20, 2016

April 20, 2016
Osprey teamed up with HydroPack to create new and improved reservoirs for the company’s wide range of hydration packs. They are available in two models for each of the 1.5, 2.5, and 3.0-liter sizes. The Hydraulics model includes a back shield to keep the reservoir off your back with thinner, less structured packs. But the Hydraulics LT model is just the reservoir without any added structure for a lighter option.

Singletracks.com – Featuring Moki Kids Hydration Pack – April 15, 2016

April 15, 2016


If you’re taking your little ripper on the trail with you, it’s important to kit them out in gear that will actually work well and fit them properly. Unlike some other kid-specific gear, the Osprey Moki is a full-featured pack cut to the size of a kid, and not a stripped down version of a pack with a kids label on it.

What is the Moki? Consider it a kids sized Osprey Viper hydration pack. It is constructed from a blend of 210D Poly Triple Diamond and 400HD Nylon Packcloth material for maximum durability.

Inside the Moki it comes with a 1.5L hydration bladder with the same wide mouth lid design that all Osprey Hydraulics-series packs have. And like other Osprey bladders, it is internally baffled to provide a flat-to-the-back shape, and equally important the bladder is BPA / PVC free.

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