In an article on WendMag.com, Osprey was noted as one of the sponsors for ConservationNEXT’s Backyard Collective in Eldorado State Park. To see more, click here.
DailyHiker.com was impressed with the intuitive design for routing hydration system tubing and said that it is “one of the best ultralight packs on the market today”. To see more, click here.
The pack was said to be extremely “versatile” and “a trimmer version of its big sister”. To see more, click here.
It was a battle of the messenger bags on GearJunkie.com. The Osprey Flap Jack Courier and Kelter Saunter were put head-to-head. In the end, they found that Osprey’s bag had pockets that were much easier to access, and overall that it was a “functional” bag. The site said the Kelty bag “doesn’t cut it”, unless you’re strictly an urban commuter. To see more, click here.
The Mutant 38 was reviewed by Climber magazine in their August issue. They noted that everything about the pack was solid, and said that the pack “has a pleasing simplicity”. To see more, click here.
The website laid out the new Osprey product lines listed some of the new technologies found in the packs. To see more, click here.
For their Buyer’s Guide, Germany’s Outdoor magazine listed the Atmos 35 and Argon 70 as great choices for day hikes and extended trips, respectively. To see more, click here.
FeedtheHabit.com reported on the new Hydraulics line, and in particular the Raptor packs. They said that they are very excited about the new packs due to their “streamlined form-factor”, “optimized fit for minimal ‘pack bounce'”, and the Nalgene hydration system. To see more, click here.
A plethora of features have been added to the Aether pack line, as is reported in the Day 1 issue of OR Daily. To see more, click here.