Osprey PID: 84664

Osprey Escapist 25 Cycling Backpack

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Item code: 84664

Features:
  • Large 50L capacity
  • Crafted from a durable 210D Nylon Mini Hex Diamond Ripstop
  • Front zippered pocket
  • Adjustable AirScape™ back panel
  • Stretch mesh side pockets
  • Comfortable foam ridges
  • External hydration point
  • Internal organiser
  • Hip belt pockets
  • Lid Lock™ bike helmet attachment
  • Detachable high-visibility rain cover
  • Bio Stretch™ hip belt and harness
  • Scratch-free sunglasses / electronics pocket
  • Pocket on harness with secure zipper closures
  • Point for an LED light attachment
  • Adjustable torso length
  • Separate lower compartment for wet and muddy gear
  • Compression straps
  • Osprey branding to the front
Hydration Compatible - these are bags and packs that are hydration bladder compatible. They have special outlets and sleeves to allow for a bladder and tube. The shoulder straps also have attachments to secure the tube while moving. Hydration Compatible
Rain Cover - this product comes with a rain cover, which can be placed over the main body of the rucksack to keep your posessions dry in the event of rain. When not in use the rain cover can be stowed in an easy-access external pocket on the rucksack. Rain Cover
Features reflective detailing in the form of trim, logos or toggles, to enhance the nighttime safety of the wearer. A valuable feature on running and cycle jackets in particular. Reflective Detail
The Osprey AirScape mesh covered ridge foam backpanels set a new standard in the industry. With its ability to keep the weight close, provide cushion, allow ventilation and add load carry is quite a list of needs from this unassuming backpanel. It successfully accomplished all of that in a way that allows it to be used in the large gear hauling packs and our lightweight day hiking packs. Osprey - AirScape Back Panel

Detailed Product Info

Backpack Function Cycling Packs
Capacity 25.0 L
Depth 31.0 cm
Length 50.0 cm
Material 100% Nylon
Weight 1,002 g
Width 27.0 cm

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31 October 2018

This is a very well made product. I like the details of the design and quilty of the product. Cant wait to carry it on my trip.

2 November 2016

Webtogs: Arrived before estimated delivery date in good condition. Probably due to the strong yen and the weak pound, the price was really great! I only bought the Escapist this time, but I'll definitely check out Webtogs again in the future if I need hiking gear. Escapist: I have only had the pack for about a couple of weeks, so these are only really my first impressions. I currently use the bag as a day-pack when going out with the family; it carries nappies, change of clothes for the baby, warm kit for me, drinks bottles, first aid kit, mini tripod, assorted books and toys for baby, and food and snacks for baby. I will also look to use the pack to travel abroad in the near future, and for hiking and possibly camping trips with the family, and bicycle commuting one day. After looking through many brands' bags, I found that the Osprey Escapist was the only one with the features that I wanted: internal divider in main compartment, bottom access, hip pockets, integrated rain cover, etc (I later found out about the Deuter Trans Alpine, but I think the Escapist looks better). The bottom access and internal divider are great for separating baby's clothes and my warm kit for easy access, so this feature has been great. On a recent trip to the zoo, the pack sat very comfortably on my back and the hip pockets and chest pocket were really convenient for accessing things like tissue, lip balm, camera / phone, etc. The tough material used for the pack meant that I never worried about it getting dirty or ripped in the zoo, even when we picnicked on the lawn. The only possible problem I can think of is that the chest pocket for phones is a bit small; the iPhone 5s I have now fits perfectly, but I'll be looking to upgrade to a larger phone later this year, so it might be a tight squeeze then.

2 November 2016

Webtogs: Arrived before estimated delivery date in good condition. Probably due to the strong yen and the weak pound, the price was really great! I only bought the Escapist this time, but I'll definitely check out Webtogs again in the future if I need hiking gear. Escapist: I have only had the pack for about a couple of weeks, so these are only really my first impressions. I currently use the bag as a day-pack when going out with the family; it carries nappies, change of clothes for the baby, warm kit for me, drinks bottles, first aid kit, mini tripod, assorted books and toys for baby, and food and snacks for baby. I will also look to use the pack to travel abroad in the near future, and for hiking and possibly camping trips with the family, and bicycle commuting one day. After looking through many brands' bags, I found that the Osprey Escapist was the only one with the features that I wanted: internal divider in main compartment, bottom access, hip pockets, integrated rain cover, etc (I later found out about the Deuter Trans Alpine, but I think the Escapist looks better). The bottom access and internal divider are great for separating baby's clothes and my warm kit for easy access, so this feature has been great. On a recent trip to the zoo, the pack sat very comfortably on my back and the hip pockets and chest pocket were really convenient for accessing things like tissue, lip balm, camera / phone, etc. The tough material used for the pack meant that I never worried about it getting dirty or ripped in the zoo, even when we picnicked on the lawn. The only possible problem I can think of is that the chest pocket for phones is a bit small; the iPhone 5s I have now fits perfectly, but I'll be looking to upgrade to a larger phone later this year, so it might be a tight squeeze then.