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PRESS RELEASE: Osprey Packs, introduces the new 24/7 Series of urban-inspired daypacks debuting in Fall 2010.

Fans of Osprey Packs expect adjustability, comfort and carryability in all Osprey products. The new 24/7 Series brings these design tenants into a collection of six urban-friendly packs designed to bridge the gap between the workday and playtime.

All 24/7 Packs include the following features:

  • Spacer mesh harness
  • Inverted Y back panel
  • Panel loading packs
  • Padded carry handle
  • Simple laptop sleeve with padded bottom and document sleeve
  • Front stash pocket with mini organizer
  • Removable waist belt
  • Single ice axe loop
  • Dedicated MP3 pocket and wire pass-through
  • Internal mesh zip pocket
  • Reflective logo and treatments

Shown above is the Quasar, which has  a bungee compression cord for quick access to or securing a rain shell (30L, 1800 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $89).

See the rest after the break…

osprey-daypack-quantumThe Quantum is the largest daypack in the line, it has a front stretch mesh panel for securing a rain jacket or any other essential on the go. (34L, 2100 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $99)

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The Comet is the day-play/work-play friendly Comet has a front grab handle for quick escapes from the coffee shop, darting to the bus or throwing in the back of a rig for an afternoon exploration. (28L, 1700 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $89)

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The Flare features a stretch mesh secure front panel, the Flare provides space and features for the essentials and a little more. (24L, 1500 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $79)

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The Orb is sleek and focused on simplicity, the Orb is a straight shooter…what you see is what you get. (12L, 730 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $59)

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The Axis’ front bungee cord allows expandable versatility when gearing up in the urban jungle or a day on the trail. (18L, 1100 cu. in. capacity. MSRP: $69)

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Bob
Bob
12 years ago

Please tell me these are waterproof and or have a RAINFLY ZIPPED INTO THE BOTTOM AND I am sold. I’ll take two! They look great. ThaNKS Bob-o.

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