looks great. im in search of some extra points man.…
- Patrick, 04/05/13
I use this pack every day. Commute on the train to DC with it. Use it for day hikes, use it on bike rides and even use it as a followers pack when climbing. Pretty much everyt…
- Matt, 05/24/13
this pack is great at keeping the weight of your pack to reduce sore shoulders and sweatyness. compartment are well sized to carry all necesities and you can even strap your c…
- Emma, 06/06/11
I bought this pack even though it's technically a dude's pack but it has worked out great for me! The only downside is that the straps that are supposed to hook around my wais…
- Julian, 04/08/13
I purchased the Talon 8 and it is too big for a hip pack. Another drawback is when you tighten the straps, if you are small (like my wife), there is about a 4" loop excess on…
- Chris, 12/13/11
As a marathon runner, this product is a must have. It's so annoying to have to carry a hydration backpack while your running because all the friction and sweat it creates on y…
- kendra, 09/26/11
If your a hiker and notice that your current hydration pack leaves your shoulder sore. Then you need to get this pack.
Comfort, 3L reservoir, Lots of room, sits com…
- Andrew, 05/30/13
I love this hydration pack! Perfect for a short hike, a trail run, a bike ride, even skiing! So many great features. First, Osprey makes a quality pack (duh). Second, the actu…
- Margaret, 06/06/12
I have a problem finding things to fit me all around, being 5ft tall. This pack would be great if the torso length was shorter. This is just too long for me to be comfortable.…
- Sarah, 08/06/11
A very special product and can get you almost any where.…
- Hayden, 05/27/13
I was looking for a quick summit pack, and I found it with the Osprey Viper. It holds a ton of water, and has enough pocket space to store gloves, food, and jacket. It has a…
- Jake, 05/27/13
About Osprey Hydration Packs
You know how after a breakup all you see are couples? Same thing's going on with me and Osprey Hydration Packs: ever since I started researching them I keep seeing people riding their bikes, walking across campus, waiting for the bus, all while suckin' back water from their backpacks. I just love, love, love that people are rockin' the hydration pack. Still want to scream at couples, though.
Not only will a hydration pack from Osprey hook you up with a nifty source of water for any activity, you can still count on these guys for space and organization for all your stuff. A popular pack is the Manta 30, which has attachments for a trekking pole and a blinker light, AirSpeed suspension, and comes with a 3-liter reservoir. Not to mention the blue one kinda does look like a Manta Ray.
Another great pick is any of the Osprey Raptor packs. Its AirScape suspension system makes it super duper lightweight and has a BioStretch hipbelt and harness with a built-in magnet for quick bite-valve attachment. I honestly think these backpacks could be the solution for drinking getting in those recommended eight glasses of water a day.