The site said the pack was “very easy to pack”, “lightweight”, and “versatile”. To see more, click here.
The site said that with the Talon 11 “Osprey really has gotten everything right” and that all their testers “found this pack to be their go to pack”. To see more, click here.
Check out the fully loaded Osprey pages in the recent Adventure Cyclist’s Magazine’s story about riding bikes in Missoula’s Rattlesnake Wilderness, to see the article, 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.
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 Talon 22 was pictured and recommended as a pack for back pain relief by Pain Solutions magazine. To see more, click here.
Check out the hiker photo, 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.
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.