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Award Winning Packs

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At Osprey we pride ourselves on heritage, design and innovation. It’s this ethos which has allowed us to win some prestigious awards from some fantastic organisations. Check out some of our proudest achievements with our award winning packs below.

  • Meridian 60

    Meridian 60

    320,00 €
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    Recognition for the Meridian 60:

    ‘Best Luggage’ – Gear of the Year 2017

  • Rainforest Green

    Aura AG 65

    250,00 €
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    Recognition for the Aura AG 65:

    Trail Best In Test 2017

  • Ivy Green

    Poco AG Plus

    370,00 €
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    Recognition for the Poco AG Plus:

    Oppad Outdoor Awards 2016

  • Ultramarine Blue

    Talon 22

    120,00 €
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    „A nifty pack that offers lots of easy to reach pockets on the hipbelt to reach your phone, keys and snacks, plus you can attach a bike helmet to it, making it super versatile.“

    Wanderlust

  • Eclipse Blue

    Stratos 36

    160,00 €
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    “The Osprey backpacks convinced us first and foremost through their well thought out design and comfort.”

    Wandermagazin Germany May/June 2017

  • Electric Black

    Duro 6

    110,00 €
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    „You barely notice it’s there until you need a drink – perfect“

    Trail Running – Best in Test

    With over 40 years of building packs, Osprey has a lot of experience in what works and what doesn’t. This level of expertise, along with an unyielding attention to quality and performance is recognised through numerous awards across the Osprey range.

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