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Osprey Packs Duro 1.5L Backpack

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    He's going the distance.

    Conveniently and comfortably carry just the essentials with you on your next road run with the Osprey Packs Duro 1.5 Hydration Pack. Designed to make the most out of its small design, this true vest-pack provides bounce-free stability and utilitarian comfort as you crush miles on dirt, pavement, and everything in between. Tough nylon construction holds up against close encounters with rough surfaces and pesky, snagging branches, while the included Hydraulics 1.5L reservoir with attached hose and sternum magnet frees up your hands for easy drinking when you're in the middle of a grueling, lung-busting ascent.

    • Lightweight, compact vest-pack for hydration on the go
    • 1.5-liter reservoir with hose keeps you well hydrated
    • Sternum and waist strap help stabilize the load
    • Osprey Packs is located in Cortez, CO
    • Item #OSP008J

    Tech Specs

    [main] 70D x 140D nylon triangle ripstop, [accent] 320Gr nylon stretch mesh, [bottom] 200Gr nylon stretch mesh
    [small/medium] 1L (61cu in), [medium/large] 1.5L (92cu in)
    Hydration Compatible
    yes, Hydraulics reservoir included
    top zip
    16 x 10 x 3in
    Claimed Weight
    [s/m] 1lb, [m/l] 1lb 1.1oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, cycling, running
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Great hydration vest!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got this for my dad to use during his trail runs. He is really stoked to use it! His only complaint with the Duro is that this is longer than the Dyna. He actually prefers the girls' Dyna to the Duro because the Dyna is shorter in the torso and higher on his back. He fit the Dyna S/M just barely until he filled the water bladder. With the full water bladder the Dyna was too small. He got the Duro in S/M. Though really a size between the Dyna S/M and Duro S/M would be his best fit.