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Savu 4L Pack

The Osprey Savu 4L Pack is a lighweight, minimalist way to keep your tools, water, and snacks with you on your ride. Rigid pockets make getting your water bottles (sold separately) in and out without stopping for a whole production, and snap away when you don't need bottles to create a more streamlined pack. Internal tool organization ensures you are ready to fix a flat or other mechanical, while the hip belt pockets keep snacks and energy gel on-hand for quick access.
  • Minimalist packs for fast and light rides
  • AirScape lumbar backpanel stabilizes the pack
  • Two rigid pockets make accessing bottles easy
  • Bottle pockets snap away when not in use
  • ErgoPull hipbelt for comfortable adjustment
  • Scratch-free front pocket secures sunglasses
  • Light attachment enhances low-light visibility
  • Item #OSP00D2

Material
[face fabric] 900D, 600D polyester, [accent panels] 210D Nylon Duramax, [bottom panel] 420HD nylon oxford
Volume
4L (244cu in)
Support/Suspension
AirScape backpanel
Waist Belt
ErgoPull
Hydration Compatible
yes, bottle pockets
Reservoir Included
no
Access
front
Pockets
1 zippered main, 1 zippered eyeglass, 2 zippered hip, 2 water bottle
Dimensions
6.7 x 11.8 x 4.3in
Claimed Weight
12.9oz
Recommended Use
downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Comfortable and not too big

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

Check out the great features in the Savu lumbar pack! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 4

Cool bag

I love the material and color

Many thanks! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 5

Comfy

I love this lumbar pack. Streamlined, perfect size, and looks great. I use it for day hiking and mountain biking. The side pocket luckily fits my iphone x in it – barely. Would be nice if they make those pockets a tad bigger, but it works!

Thanks Chad! Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 2

Too wide for a woman's frame

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

(I used this for hiking) This probably works awesome for a man, but on me, it stuck out too far on both sides with the water bottles. I found the cargo area very long and narrow, and it didn't seem to hold much. People couldn't walk too close to me, as these "guns" would knock people off with my every step. Backcountry graciously allowed me to exchange it for a similar pack specifically designed for a woman's frame. (For reference, I am 5'8" and 125 pounds, size 2)

Hi Kris, for Hiking, may I suggest the Osprey Tempest 6? That is a specific women's lumbar hiking pack. The construction is different, and it is the right tool for you. This was designed to be worn when biking, so you don't have the issue of people walking too close to you. Thank you. Leta Osprey Rep

>Rating: 4

Comfortable and everything stays put

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This little pack kicks butt! I purchased this so I could carry extra water and supplies for going on rides with my dog, but it has now replaced my frame bag and is my daily bike pack. The zipper pulls are very glove friendly and it has enough space for anything I could need on a daily ride. As stated in other reviews, the water bottles are a little tricky to get out when riding, but once I got used to it I have had no problems. You just have to dial the fit of the straps with the water bottles in the holsters before you go riding. The only negative thing I really have to say about this pack is it isn’t very waterproof. I got caught in a HEAVY rainstorm and it leaked thru the zippers. Luckily I prepared for rain and had my electronics in a baggie. My favorite part of this bag is how well it stays put and how reasonably unnoticeable it is. I ride a fully rigid bike so I get hammered around a lot on the trails here in Colorado, but never have I once lost my water bottles or felt like the contents of my pack are rattling apart. There is a reason my whole quiver of packs is Osprey.

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>Rating: 2

Difficult to insert water bottles

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This pack is the perfect size for my intentions and well-built. However, my purpose is to use it while mountain biking, meaning removing and inserting water bottles while riding. Unfortunately, the bottle holders collapse when not in use too easily, meaning I cannot insert the bottle again without moving the pack from my backside to frontside and then using two hands to hold the carrier open while inserting the bottle. So, just doesn't serve my purpose at all. The more "stuff" you have in the baggage compartments the harder it is to insert a bottle in its carrier.