Osprey Raptor 10-Litre Hydration Pack (Madcap Red, Medium/Large)
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- Zippered front side access slash pocket
- 2X mesh hipbelt pockets
- 3 Liter reservoir included
- Volume: 600 cu in/10L Weight: 1lbs 11 oz/780 grams
- Resevoir weight: 9oz/255grams
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|Item Dimensions||0.08 x 0.12 x 0.12 inches|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Material Type||Mesh Nylon Ripstop|
|Shipping Weight||2.45 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Style Name||Raptor 10|
Top Customer Reviews
As for color, my wife chose the gray, and I am glad she did, I love it. The zippers are strong, with pull tabs, and there are several compartments both inside the main 'bag' as well as one on the side and one on top, which is where I put my sandwich. Oh, and I often carry a set of sunglasses for the ride home as well. See picture I included of the inside.
One other note, the front area with the vertical name on the center is another storage area that is open, but clasps at the top. I usually put my banana in here or some gels. Quite convenient. Works like the pockets on a cycling jersey, but not as easy to get into while wearing it though.
It is extremely comfortable and the ventilation system on the back is genius. I don't sweat a whole lot, but I don't ever recall feeling like it was too hot on my back or even feeling like the pack was too heavy.
The magnetic attachment for the mouth piece is genius, you never even have to take your hands off the handlebars to take a sip: lean down to grab it with your mouth, look up to see where you're going and take a sip, lean your head back down to put the mouth piece back in its magnetic holding place. This took a few tries to get the hang of, but I don't feel like it will take long at all to get it down.
The silt gray color is awesome. The pack will also hold my helmet, a blinking tail light, and a rain jacket in the back slip picket. Would recommend it to ALL of my friends!
Note that I do not use the bladder, never had yet. I gave it to my brother who recently used it on a week long backpacking trip in the desert, his comment was- "I always thought they were kinda dorky but it is amazing when your water is always right there."
When I started taking longer routes home from work I was getting heat-rashes on my lower back and in the front from the waist belt. My skin has a decent tolerance now but I'm a little concerned for when the shirtless weather comes.
Basically no shake. I'm thin (28 waist) and it straps up to me nicely. I also like how after an hour in the rain there was very minimal moisture leakage. It is certainly a handy pack- most of the pockets I haven't figured out how to use- and recommend it for the simple run-commuter. Keep in mind however, if you can't "jam" your clothes in like my work allows, you'll need a larger size.
I ordered the Raptor 10 in size m/l - for sizing info go to [...] . I am 6 feet tall and the m/l fits me perfectly. I wanted the backpack for when I cycle to the gym and take my running shoes with me. This pack is about the correct size for that purpose and will fit a few smaller additional things too (eg keys, phone, wallet, very lightweight jacket etc), but probably not a lot more. I think it would be tight fitting my size 12.5 shoes in if the water bladder was full. The materials used are very high quality and all the pockets etc very well thought out. Also, it looks extremely well made. From a comfort point of view, it is perfect. I hardly know I am wearing it and because it is relatively long and thin, it doesn't get in the way or risk getting caught on trees etc while cycling off road.
I have only ever had one other pack that was as good quality as this and that was an Osprey one too. It isn't cheap, but you definitely get what you pay for and it is certainly not over-priced.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product delivered on time, excellent packaging and detailed information about the characteristics of each compartment of the backpack. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Nogossip
Used it when mountain biking. The bladder is awesome and the nozzle is a great piece that doesn't leak. Lots of storage space.Published on February 28, 2014 by Berused
I've taken this on about 100 day hikes now. It's sturdy, comfortable, adjustable. Large enough to carry all the basic safety gear as well as a snack, like some dried fruit and an... Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by G. McKay
Excellent for water/small items storage. Perfect for hiking, field events, and for hydration. Was purchased for cycling to prevent installing water bottle mounts on my bike. Read morePublished on December 8, 2013 by Reginald J.
I use my Osprey Raptor 10 all the time. Its great for biking, hiking, trail running, etc. For such a small pack it has a lot of functional parts that really make your trip easier. Read morePublished on October 5, 2013 by Iao E.
I love this pack. I use it for biking trips and it holds all of my stuff for repairs along with some snacks. Everything is secure, and the helmet holder is nice for stops. Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by Mitch H.
Very good piece of kit overall, lightweight and stylish (as far as outdoors stuff goes!), good construction quality, plenty of pockets, however the water bladder provided with it... Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by FM