Osprey Spring 19 Highlights


Osprey Spring 2019 Highlights

Spring is in the air, which means one thing: time to gear up. For Spring 2019, Osprey has created a full quiver of offerings to meet every trail enthusiast’s needs, no matter their experience level or activity. Osprey’s packs this season introduce new backpacking, hiking, and mountain biking packs with features, fit, and function that anyone can appreciate. See below for more details and reviews on these new packs!

Rook | Renn

Photo: Dan Holz & Osprey

The new Osprey Rook & Renn Series is simple, lightweight, and durable featuring a new adjustment system and integrated raincover. The perfect entry point to Osprey. The Rook & Renn Series provides quality carry, ventilation and the right features that backpackers will never second guess no matter their experience level. Starting at $155.

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Manta | Mira

Photo: Dan Holz & Osprey

Photo: Dan Holz & Osprey

The updated Manta & Mira are a premium-performance hike/hydration packs offering a stable, comfortable carry through their highly ventilated design and torso-adjustable fit. The updated Manta/Mira come in a single frame size with a fully adjustable AirSpeed suspension backpanel plus it features and included Osprey Hydraulics Lt 2.5L reservoir.

Learn more about the updates to Manta and Mira on Osprey’s website:

Siskin | Salida

Photo: Dan Holz & Osprey

For Spring 2019, Osprey has gone all in like never before with a comprehensive collection of ventilated mountain bike hydration packs. To add to the flagship Rapor/Raven and Syncro/Sylva series, Osprey released the new Siskin/Salida for Spring 2019. The Siskin/Salida series are slim, high-performing mountain bike packs that provide stability and comfort on every trail. With the included Osprey Hydraulics LT 2.5L reservoir, variable helmet carry, and mountain bike-focused features, the Siskin/Salida are the mountain bike category crusher.

Check out some reviews and hype around Osprey’s improved bike hydration line:

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