A lightweight option for stability on any MTB trail
Want to hit the trail for a quick ride that calls for water and just a few minimal pieces of gear? The low-profile Katari 7 Hydration Pack is your go-to pack.
A light and airy mesh harness with rolled soft edges provide contouring comfort around your shoulders for excellent fit, while a removable webbing hipbelt enhances stability.
Cue up instant, on-demand hydration with a 2.5-liter reservoir that slips into an external sleeve and a magnetic bite valve fixed threaded to the sternum strap.
On the front, a vertical zip pocket is just spacious enough to carry the essentials, like a spare tube and tools or a rain jacket, while stretch mesh pockets offer quick and easy access to snacks and other small items.
Rounding out the feature set is a clip for lights and interior tool organizaiton.
Functional and versatile, the Osprey Katari 7 Hydration Pack extends rides no matter the season.
Features & Specs:
- Low-profile design with AirScape backpanel and rolled, soft-edged harness for maximum comfort
- Dedicated hydration compartment with included Osprey Hydraulics® LT 2.5L reservoir by Hydrapak
- Magnetic sternum strap bite valve attachment
- Zippered, scratch-free heat-embossed slash pocket
- Blinker light attachment
- Dual stretch mesh side pockets
- Front panel vertical zip compartment with tool organization
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Mfg PartNum: 10005001
Mfg PartNum: 10005002
Mfg PartNum: 10005003
Roomier and lighter than the siskin 8 litre but with less organization pockets that are hard to access. No key leash or easy to reach phone pocket.
Great for chilly weather rides when I bring lots of clothing.
I've used this pack for one ride so far. Definitely a keeper! Was comfortable to wear and also had enough space inside for other items that you might need on a ride.
Only a couple of issues for me. For my size (5'8"), it does cover the tops of my jersey pockets. But that doesn't mean I can't put stuff in my pockets. Only means that I would be difficult to get to them wearing the pack. Might not be a problem to taller riders. I would also suggest to Osprey that they increase the power or strength of the magnet for the hose. I does pop off the magnetic keeper if my arm touches the hose.
From my 10 year old son: "This backpack is the most convenient out of other products I've used. The bladder can hold lots of water and is very easy to fill up and clean. It has lots of room for snacks and other needs. I would strongly recommend this product."