Osprey Dyna 6

photo: Osprey Dyna 6 hydration pack
Summit Hut says:
Trail running, the outdoor experience distilled to its simplest form. Everything Osprey has learned about carrying gear has been poured into a new mold to do more with less. Shifting gears, Osprey has moved to a true vest-pack with supporting hydration products for 5k road and unsupported ultra-runners alike. Osprey's legs are just getting warmed up, and they've got a lot of kick left. Built for Speed: Vest-pack fit provides bounce-free stability and is purpose built for incredible comfort so you focus on FKTs and PRs. Hydration Included: Bottles, reservoirs and add-on flexibility for short runs, long runs and everything in between. You decide what you need; Dyna makes it possible. Easy Gear Access: Pockets up front for quick access to fuel and soft-flasks, trekking pole storage when you need to use your hands as much as your feet to move forward and room for rain gear and extra layers. Full Airmesh Backpanel: Breathable mesh wrap with soft, irritation-free contact surface. Body Warp Harness: Adjustable and removable dual chest straps for additional stability. Front harness gear- and food-organization pockets. Breathable mesh wrap with soft, irritation-free contact surface. Die-cut eva foam for larger loads. Full Airmesh Hipbelt: Mesh-covered, perforated foam construction. Modified straight ErgoPull hipbelt closure. Zippered stretch mesh bodybelt pockets vest-pack style fit with dual adjustable/removable sternum straps. Vest-Pack Sizing: The Dyna series comes in two sizes, XS/SM and SM/MD. Based on torso length chest circumference, these packs are sized like apparel. The surface area of the harness evenly distributes the weight of the pack on both the smaller and larger volumes.


Price Current Retail: $109.95-$110.00
Historic Range: $43.93-$110.00


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