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Longer rides into the desert require more gear to get you through all the what-ifs and inevitable minor hiccups, and the Osprey Women's Verve 13 Hydration Pack holds enough water, food, and tools to get you out and back safely. The 3L reservoir allows you to pipe in ample water to fuel your adventure and, thanks to it's magnetized clip that sticks to your sternum strap, remains within reach all day long.

  • Women's-specific design matches your body's curves
  • A padded mesh back panel and shoulder straps keep you ventilated while the pack rests comfortably on your back
  • Removable webbed waist belt secures the pack without adding tons of bulk
  • Panel-loading main compartment is easy to load/unload and features a pump sleeve, tool pouch, and 'shove-it' pocket for your essential bike gear
  • Front LidLock uses a leashed bungee to secure your vented helmet on the drive back to civilization
  • Front loop attachment fits a blinker for urban riding after sunset
  • Four side compression straps shrink the pack to provide more stability while you ride
  • Reflective graphics add additional security while night riding

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Screw-on cap is hard to unscrew

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pack is great! I do really like the fit and the little pocket on the strap is great for a Chap-stick or Gu pack. It is heavier than the Camelback L.U.X.E. I have used in the past but it's a minimal difference to me. I like the magnet attachment for the valve piece and the way the bladder hose easily unzips from the strap. My only complaint is the lid of the bladder can be very hard to screw on and off. It's also easy to cross thread... so you think it's screwed on snug but then you grab your pack upon arrival of your destination and all the water has leaked out in to the back seat of your car leaving you with little water and a wet seat.

Screw-on cap is hard to unscrew

Pack is great Bladder is not

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my second pack in the Verve series. I love how these fit, they are great quality and hold up to years of abuse. My only complaint is the bladders have major issues with leaking. This is my second bladder (same style, different capacity) that developed leaking issues from the screw cap pretty quickly. You have to be super careful that it's totally closed and check and double check that it's not leaking or you'll end up at the trail with a totally soaked bag. I asked Osprey about this at Outerbike last year and they basically confirmed that yes you have to be super careful or they leak. Bad design, needs to be fixed. You could put a different bladder in the bag if you wanted until Osprey finally does a redesign of these bladders.

Best pack I've owned

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The fit of this pack is extraordinary. I have had several Camelbaks over the years and they were good, but their recent changes in design just didn't fit me anymore. This osprey pack fits like a glove- comfortable, light, made for women. Great for mtn biking and hiking. The magnetic clasp is a bonus, nice feature. Love it

1.5 years of abuse and counting

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer


1. great female specific fit

2. magnetic attachment for the hydration hose to attach to the chest strap - LOVE this

3. stretch mesh on the sides for shoving a jacket or layer into the outer flap/pocket area

4. side stretch mesh pocket - perfect size for my phone, and so far keeps it secure but is easier access if I want to pull it and take a picture, or check the stats on my gps tracking app.

5. separate main compartment vs tool pocket vs sunglass pocket

6. mesh back panel

7. It's nice to be able to carry 3 liters of water, and I will sometimes add another .75 liter platy bottle for 20+ mile rides in the summer


1. I put holes in the bite valve pretty early in it's life, and while it has a locking feature, it doesn't always work, and still slowly leaks. I have taken to blowing the water back down the tube so it's less likely to leak, but this is harder to do when the bladder is full.

2. in it's 2nd summer of use, I have had issues with the hydration bladder leaking, I now have to make sure the lid is screwed on as tight as possible and always double check that it's not leaking.

3. I find the pack to be most comfortable with only 1.5 liters of water. When it's maxed out at 3 liters the pack is bursting at its seams and becomes less comfortable on my back. Great for after work rides, a little bit of a bummer on the 20 mile weekend rides. Nice to have the capacity, but it could be more comfortable.

4. I think they could have done a better job with the tool organization.... I keep my pump and extra tube in the main compartment, along with a layer if I have it, or sometimes a point and shoot camera. Then I keep my multi-tool, tire levels, patch kit, etc in the smaller organizer pocket. I wish there was a separate pocket somewhere for food/snacks/bars etc.

Great Pack

    Pack is great. Used it on a couple of hiking trips and a day trip. Very convenient. Has pockets for all small items. Can even fit a couple of sweatshirts in it. Only complaint is that the shoulder straps could have had a little more padding. When the pack is full and heavy, it does hurt the shoulders a bit.

    Amazing pack

      This pack is absolutely amazing. The designers have thought of everything. It is the most comfortable pack I've ever used-- I can barely feel it on my back. The hydration system is convenient and there are pockets for everything that you would need on a day trip. I highly, highly recommend this pack.