Osprey Packs Sylva 5L Backpack - Women's

Osprey Packs Sylva 5L Backpack - Women's
Osprey Packs Sylva 5L Backpack - Women's
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Sylva 5L Backpack - Women's by Osprey Packs
If you want lots of hydration on your next ride in a minimalist package, turn to the Osprey Sylva 5L Backpack. Equipped with an AirSpeed suspension system and BioStretch shoulder harness, the Sylva is streamlined, breathable, and comfortable on the back while being highly functional and supportive at the same time. An included Hydraulics 2. 5L reservoir ensures that water is never far from reach, while the integrated high-visibility raincover keeps your pack and gear dry through unexpected rain on your ride. It also features a simple helmet carrier to free up internal space, as well as a multitude of zippered pockets, inside and out, to keep all of your tools, tubes, snacks, maps, and tunes organized.

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SKU: OSP00CW
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