Osprey spent months engineering and testing to come up with two designs that solve pain points in the market
Cortez, CO – July 20, 2018 – Osprey Packs, a leader in creating top-quality, high-performance packs to comfortably and efficiently carry gear, introduces two bike lumbar packs, Seral and Savu, for Spring 2019. Integral to both designs, Osprey’s new bike-specific, angled hipbelt and compression straps provide best in class stability under dynamic motion encountered during rides.
“We have spent months engineering and testing to come up with two designs that solve pain points in the market,” said Chris Horton, Product Manager. “Whether you are looking for an integrated reservoir or prefer a more minimalist bike bottle approach, these lumbar packs are what the market has been asking for and we are thrilled with what we are delivering.”
Airscape™ Lumbar Backpanel
+ Extra thick ridged foam with center air channel for excellent ventilation and stability
+ Airmesh wrap hipbelt with zippered fabric pockets provide stability and breathability
+ ErgoPull™ waist strap closure system allows for proper, snug and stable fit
+ Bike-specific angled hipbelt
+ Easily accessible zippered main compartment
+ Internal tool organization
+ Dual zippered hipbelt pockets
+ Front panel bungee for extra clothing
SERAL | Features Integrated Hydraulics™ 1.5L Reservoir | $85
+ Direct access zip path to reservoir compartment
+ Magnetic hipbelt bite valve attachment
+ Hydraulics™ 1.5L Lumbar Reservoir included
+ Volume: 7 Liters
SAVU | Features Water Bottle Carry | $55
+ Dual tuckaway water bottle sleeves
+ Volume: 4 Liters
Independent since 1974 and still anchored by the design genius of company founder, Mike Pfotenhauer, Osprey Packs is a leader in technical packs for outdoor, cycling, travel and urban adventures. Osprey’s dedication to create innovative, high performance gear reflects the brand’s love of adventure and devotion to the outdoors.
All Osprey products are backed by the brand’s All Mighty Guarantee. Osprey will repair any damage or defect for any reason free of charge – whether it was purchased in 1974 or yesterday. If Osprey is unable to perform a functional repair on a pack, they will happily replace it.
Osprey Packs can be found online at osprey.com and in outdoor specialty retailers in over 60 countries worldwide. To learn more about Osprey and its products, visit osprey.com. Follow all brand updates on Instagram (@ospreypacks), Facebook (@ospreypacks) and Twitter (@ospreypacks).