The Manta and Raptor packs were mentioned in a post entitled “Summer Gear Heaven”. They highlighted the magnetic nozzle and “LidLock” system found on the new products. To see more, click here.
Mountain Bike Magazine shows a rider using Osprey Packs On a multi-day self supporting trip, to hold his extra gear. To see more, Click here.
Backpacker Magazine’s Fall/Winter 2009 Gear Guide Chose the Osprey Kode 30 as the “Backcountry Daypack”. With dividers to separate wet gear from dry gear, fleece lined pockets for goggles and insulated sleeve for a hydration hose its no wonder the tested said it was “the best backcountry ski pack i’ve used”. To see more, click here
The Denver Post recently ran an article on the best new gear for this winter season to take out skiing and snowboarding, and for the best new packs on the market for carrying your gear while you’re hitting the slopes, the Kode Series was chosen. To see more, click here.
Mountain Bike magazine recently listed the best pieces of lightweight gear when heading out on multi-day rides, and the ultimate bag for carrying your gear was the Talon 22. To see more, click here.
The Mutant was a selection for November’s gear section for Gripped magazine. They picked the bag for its “slick and stripped-down exterior” and said it was “ideal” for all types of climbing. To see more, click here.
With the Meridian 22 you get amazing amount of features for weight, says Wildsnow.com. To read the review, click here.
Plain, simple, to the point and praising Gearjunkie.com posts it up about the Kode 30. To read more, click here.
Great for ski professionals, says EpicSki.com about the Kode 38. To read more, click here.