Why We Like The Duro 15L Backpack
Instead of dealing with our gear annoyingly jostling around on our back, we focus on setting a new trail PR with the Osprey Packs Duro 15 Hydration Pack. Doing more with less, this true vest-pack provides bounce-free stability and utilitarian comfort as we log mile after mile.
The tough nylon design of this pack holds up against encounters with narrow slot canyons and snagging branches, while the hipbelt wrap with zippered pockets not only stabilizes the ride but also keeps the essentials right at our fingertips.
- Lightweight, vest-pack for easy hydration when you're running
- Ripstop face fabric fights off daily wear and tear on the trail
- 2.5-liter reservoir with hose keeps you well-hydrated
- Waistbelt adds stability and eliminates bouncing
- Multiple pockets offer room for all of your trail essentials
- Item #OSPZ1D5
- [main] 70D x 140D nylon triangle ripstop, [accent, bottom] 320g nylon stretch mesh
- [small/medium] 13L (793cu in), [medium/large] 15L (915cu in)
- mesh-covered foam
- Shoulder Straps
- diecut EVA foam
- Waist Belt
- Hydration Compatible
- Reservoir Included
- yes, Hydraulics LT 2.5L reservoir
- 1 vertical zippered harness, 2 side panel stretch, 2 extra-large mesh harness, 2 lower stretch mesh, 1 front panel zippered slash
- yes, lower straps
- [small/medium] 16.9 x 8.6 x 8.2in, [medium/large] 18.9 x 8.6 x 8.2in
- Claimed Weight
- [small/medium] 1lb 1oz, [medium/large] 1lb 1oz
- downhill, enduro, hiking, road running, trail, trail running
- Manufacturer Warranty
5 based on 1 ratings
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November 11, 2022
Perfect trail running companion
- I've put it through the wringer
I searched high and low for a pack/vest to use while trail running with my dog. Size is just right to pack bowls, food, extra layers, tools, and have plenty of water for the both of us. Hugs tight to the body in a comfortable way with minimal bounce. Durability has not been an issue. Highly recommended
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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