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Osprey Daylite Backpack
$60.00
Lightweight, simple, durable and comfortable, the Daylite is well-loved for a reason. Reach for it when running everyday errands, going for a quick hike or heading out of town. Constructed from high-quality bluesign-approved recycled fabrics, GRS-certified recycled polyester and a PFC-free DWR coating. Versatile with the ability to attach to a variety of other Osprey bags, the Daylite can handle years of everyday wear and tear. Versatile The Daylite Series accommodates a kaleidoscopic range of activities from day hikes on local trails to festivals, farmers markets and global travel. Sustainable Materials Constructed with main body bluesign-approved fabrics, GRS-certified recycled polyester and PFC-free DWR; a sustainable build that's durable and can take years of everyday wear and tear. Compatibility Compatible as an attachment to several Osprey travel and backpacking bags for additional storage and carry options, the Daylite and Daylite Plus are great bags to have around town or as a summit pack. - Large panel-loading main compartment - Attaches to a variety of compatible Osprey packs - Multifunctional interior sleeve for hydration reservoir, 13" laptop or tablet - Dual side compression straps - Dual water bottle side mesh pockets - Front pocket with organization and key clip - Internal reservoir sleeve - Harness grab handle doubles as a luggage pass-thru - Removable foam frame sheet suspension with center stiffener allows dynamic body movement - Mesh-covered die-cut foam backpanel provides comfort and ventilation - Spacer mesh harness with integrated handle. Adjustable sternum strap with whistle - Removable 20mm webbing hipbelt
Osprey Kitsuma 1.5
$55.00
Sometimes the water on your back is the only thing you need, especially when you're planning on riding a fast and familiar route. The Kitsuma 1.5 is the ideal pack for women who want just that. Designed with the mountain biking minimalist in mind (but suitable for many activities), an included 1.5-liter reservoir in its own dedicated sleeve keeps you hydrated on the trail. Unassuming shoulder straps with rolled edges provide a comfortably soft and stable women's-specific fit. Lightweight mesh-covered foam delivers admirable airflow, while permitting maximum body movement. A loop for your tail light at the bottom of the pack keeps you visible to others when the light begins to fade. LOW-PROFILE CARRY - When carrying water and a few essentials are all that's needed, the Katari/Kitsuma provides a lightweight option that rides close to your back for stability on any trail. RESERVOIR INCLUDED - An Osprey Hydraulics LT 1.5L or 2.5L reservoir keeps you hydrated all day long and stores in an external hydration compartment to protect pack contents from accidental spills. RIDE STABILITY - Our rolled, soft-edged harness contours to the upper shoulders to keep the pack close to your body and provide stability. AIRSCAPE SUSPENSION - Atilon foam framesheet allows dynamic body movement and distributes load across entire backpanel AIRSCAPE BACKPANEL - Ridged airmesh-covered foam with center air channel for excellent ventilation BIOSTRETCH HARNESS - Lightweight, ridged airmesh harness provides ventilated comfort - Rolled, soft-edged harness designed to contour the shoulder providing comfort and stability - Women's-specific fit and sizing - Low-profile design with AirScape backpanel and rolled, soft-edged harness for maximum comfort - Dedicated hydration compartment with included Osprey Hydraulics LT 1.5L reservoir by Hydrapak - Magnetic sternum-strap bite-valve attachment - Zippered, scratch-free heat-embossed slash pocket - Loop for blinky-light attachment (light not included)
Osprey Siskin 12
$110.00
Designed to do it all—and hold just enough gear—the Siskin 12 is a mountain biking pack with many of the high-performing features you'd expect from Osprey. The mesh-covered AirScape backpanel provides excellent ventilation and maximum range of motion—go ahead, get sendy. A LidLock attachment on the front of the pack can store a standard size helmet while side compression straps expand to hold a full face helmet. The main U-zip compartment houses organization pockets for your bike tools and room for a layer, a sandwich, or some light mountain bike padding. Rolled, soft-edge shoulder straps keep the pack stable over technical terrain and ensure no pinching points when full. A dedicated compartment holds an included 2.5-liter reservoir and zippered hipbelt pockets provide easy access to bars during the ride or a bottle opener afterwards. VARIABLE HELMET CARRY - Includes Osprey's LidLock helmet carry for traditional helmets and front panel upper compression straps for full face helmets. RESERVOIR INCLUDED - Osprey Hydraulics LT 2.5L reservoir keeps you hydrated all day long and stores in a dedicated hydration compartment to protect pack contents from accidental spills. MOUNTAIN BIKE-FOCUSED FEATURES - Multi-pocketed tool organization and large bucket main compartment stores and protects all your essential gear. RIDE STABILITY - Our rolled, soft-edged harness contours to the upper shoulders to keep the pack close to your body and provide stability. FEATURES - Included Osprey Hydraulics LT 2.5L reservoir by Hydrapak with direct-zip access - Magnetic sternum strap bite valve attachment - Dual upper side compression straps double as a full face helmet carry - Full front panel U-zip to main compartment and tool organization - Front panel shove-it pocket - LidLock helmet attachment - Blinker light attachment - Zippered hipbelt pockets - Zippered scratch-free, heat-embossed slash pocket AIRSCAPE SUSPENSION - Atilon foam framesheet enables dynamic body movement and evenly distrubutes load across the entire backpanel AIRSCAPE BACKPANEL - Mesh-covered extra deep ridged foam with center air channel allows maximum ventilation while keeping the load close to the body BIOSTRETCH HARNESS - Soft breathable spacermesh contact surfaces and die-cut foam ventilation - Rolled, soft-edged harness designed to contour the shoulder providing comfort and stability
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