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MensJournal.com – Featuring Raptor 14 – May 2015

May 1, 2015

The right mountain bike gear can make or break your day on the trails. These five items will ensure you’re comfortable and safe for hours of singletrack adventures.

A long day in the saddle means bringing extra gear and water; the Osprey Raptor 14 hydration pack can handle it all. The 3-liter reservoir means less time searching for water instead of the next trailhead. Zippered hip-belt pockets allow you to grab a gel on the go, while two inside zippered mesh pockets are ideal for storing your multi-tool and CO2 inflator. A large pocket with compression straps is ideal for stashing a jacket or some arm warmers.


N+1.com – Featuring Raptor 14 and Raven 14 – May 29, 2014

May 29, 2014

Bonking sucks, especially when you can pinpoint the cause to running out of something you could have been carrying: water, food, or extra layers. The Osprey Raptor 14 hydration pack doesn’t guarantee a bonk-free ride, but it promises plenty of space to carry everything you need for a long, fun day in the saddle.

With 14 liters of carrying capacity and a 3-liter hydration reservoir, the Raptor 14 sets you up for rides well over the three hour mark. The range of pockets and stash zones are tailored for easy access and smart organization…

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OutdoorGearTV.com – Featuring Raptor 14 – December 16, 2013

December 16, 2013

For such a little pack, this thing sure is packed full of innovative features that make me say “wow”. The direct access zipper for the hydration bladder, the roll out tool pouch, and the magnetic clip for the hydration tube are just a few, but the pack as a whole is very solid, comfortable, and breathable. Its a perfect pack to bring on a day of biking.

OutdoorGearTV.com – Featuring Raptor 14 – June 2013

June 4, 2013
Osprey never ceases to amaze me. This little pack is full of innovative features, provides a stable fit and only weights in at 1 lb 10 oz. One of the first things I noticed about this bag was the direct access zip. It’s such a quick and simple way to load and secure a hydration system, and to top it off, they’ve added a magnetic clip to the bite valve to ensure it’s right where you want it. One of my favorite features ended up being the roll out tool pouch that zips into the bottom of the pack. Anybody that owns a bike knows that they break down, and it’s really nice to not have to dig through your pack to get tools. The tool pouch is even detachable, so you can just lay it next to your bike while you’re doing the repairs. The shoulder straps and hip belts are thin, and provide just enough support without making you feel sweaty. The Hydraulics 3 Liter Reservoir that came with this bag has a nice rigid back, a handle for easy filling, and a nice wide bite valve to suck down a ton of water. While it was difficult to clean, it features an antimicrobial formula to fend off mold and bacteria, and I never had an issue with performance during testing. This pack could also be compatible with other hydration systems of your choice.