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Osprey Raptor 14 Daypack, Sand Gold, Small/Medium

by Osprey

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  • Large front zippered pocket
  • 2X stretch woven side pockets and 2X mesh hipbelt pockets
  • 3 Liter reservoir included
  • Volume: 850 cu in/14L Weight: 1lbs 13oz/810 grams
  • Resevoir weight: 9oz/255grams


Product Description

The Raptor Series brings Osprey's Hydraulics solutions to mountain biking and trail running. An innovative suspenion and ergonomic backpanel provide superb bike riding comfort and great stability while trail running. Bike specific pocketing along with our proprietary LidLock system keeps your gear organized. These packs feature a LidLock helmet clip, top zippered pocket for quick access, side compression straps, full elasticstretch sternum strap, magnetic sternum buckle, main compartment with tool organization sleeves/mesh pockets, blinker light attchment patch, stretch woven front pocket, and reflective graphics. BioStretch Harness offers a built-in magnet for quick bite valve attachment. AirScape suspension has the ridge molded foam with air chimney that creates a lightweight, yet supportive and ventilated backpanel, stretch sternum strap with magnetic hose attachment, and lightweight webbing. The BioStretch built-in hipbelt offers a mesh covered, perforated hip belt and a modified straight ErgoPull hipbelt closure.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 17.5 x 9 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002N4PB3C
  • Item model number: 034914-935-Sand-Small/Medium
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,882 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Great pack for mountain biking or a day hike!
backpacker82
There's just enough room for my rain jacket, knife, and anything else I'd need for a day of hiking or biking.
Jacob R. Nelson
I also love the magnetic holder for the valve.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By smartydog904 on September 11, 2012
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3rd time is the charm!! First I ordered the women's Osprey verve 10 s/m, too small in ci and in comfort. Then I tried the Osprey raptor 10 a little bigger with better zipper access but still not right to fit all my gear. The following quick video is just an example of items you can stuff into it, and not what I usually carry but will work for this review. I find the pack quite comfortable without using the hip belt for my commute to work. As for hip belt pocket complaints of items falling out, I found that small "snap" buttons work fine, are secure and don't take up any pocket space to install, will include photo's of those. You can also use Velcro for a quick fix. I really like the pack, it is the perfect size for me, not too big or too tight, the extra pocket in the middle really makes the pack. The mesh compartments in this pocket are bigger and only having 2 works better in relation to large pocket with 1 mesh pocket and two pump pockets. I didn't think my pump (Topeak Turbo Morph Bike Pump with Gauge)13 3/4" would fit as it's kind large but wow, it did, with room left at top! I could fit more gear than I usually take on a daily basis. Where is the bladder you ask??? well didn't want to remove it and risk barreling of pack so I just tucked in the drinking tube so it's there if I need it. I did remove it to use the space as an additional pocket but it did barrel. And actually if you do over pack it it does barrel with an empty bladder, found that out yesterday riding to work! ;) That will teach me to not bring things I don't need!
Got it for $66.00 and worth it. Per an email to Osprey due to conflicting info from site to site on spec's, here's what they said: "Raptor series it is 19" and above would be M/L and below 19" is a S/M.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ian K on April 21, 2012
I have owned this pack for over 12 months, and it has been a dream to own. As a cyclist who rides their bike for general commuting (I live in the city), and roughly 1.5 hours (round trip) every Mon-Fri to and from work, the bag is the perfect size. It's not the perfect size if you're the type of person who overpacks, but it works well if you don't "need" to bring 2 jackets or something.

COMMUTING TO WORK: I can fit my shirt inside the hydration/bladder pocket (I don't need 3 litres of water to cycle to work!), while my pants, underpants, work socks, belt, and lunchbox can fit into the main compartment. I can carry deodorant, moisturizer, hair wax, and a bike multi-tool/Allen key set and puncture kit in the second compartment. There's a small "soft pocket" that holds my slim wallet, coins, keys, and Samsung Galaxy S II phone. My small, orange Kryptonite U-Lock fits perfectly into the outside pocket at the front of the bag, which is meant to hold wet gear.

OTHER THINGS TO NOTE:

- I can fit my 11.6" Macbook Air, with its laptop sleeve, into the rear hydration/bladder pocket. It fits perfectly. The Osprey Raptor 14 fits my laptop even better than the laptop compartment of most other backpacks and messenger bags, since those are designed to fit laptops up to 1.5" thick!!

- I use the two side pockets for my bike lights. It's a perfect fit! I can even strap an umbrella to the side.

- I have used this bag for hiking. It's a good size for day-hikes.

- The Deuter Race Air backpack series have a more breathable strap and back system than the Osprey Raptor series, but I found this pack to be more comfortable.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By stag808 on March 16, 2011
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This pack works great for day hikes and the 3L capacity ensures that you have more than enough water for the day. It's nice to have a form factor that isn't bulky and conforms to your back. The storage area can hold a light rain jacket and your lunch, but not much more. It is a bit pricey for a hydration pack and the design of the reservoir makes it extremely difficult to dry out after use. The reservoir is designed to colapse flat and the only way that I can get it to air dry is to stuff it with wadded up paper towels to hold the walls of the reservoir apart.

UPDATE - 2/20/13
The bite valvue started dripping badly where the pivot point is for the valve shutoff. I contacted Osprey's customer service department, described my problem and they immediately shipped out a replacement valvue - FREE! No questions asked about warranties or anything. Now that's customer service. You have to admire a company that stands behind its products. KUDOS TO OSPREY!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jacob R. Nelson on August 2, 2012
Color Name: Silt GraySize Name: Small/Medium Verified Purchase
I love this little bag. There's just enough room for my rain jacket, knife, and anything else I'd need for a day of hiking or biking.

The classic Osprey "shape" I found can only be achieved if this thing was packed full of foam, but it still looks good enough.

The bite valve is something I try to avoid, however this one is easy to depress and efficient so far.

Pros
-Plenty of pocket space and great organization.
-Ergonomic
-Perfect for day hiking/biking
-3L Nalgene water reservoir

Cons:
-Expensive for what it is
-Smaller than it looks online
-Upper cross clips run too close to my neck
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