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Osprey Duro 6 litre Trail Running Vest-Pack with 1.5 Litre Reservoir Osprey Duro 6 litre Trail Running Vest-Pack with 1.5 Litre Reservoir

Osprey Duro 6 litre Trail Running Vest-Pack with 1.5 Litre Reservoir

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Heading out for a long run? Not sure about the weather, or your ability to navigate and get home before dark? When you need to bring a few extra pieces of kit with you, or if you're going fast and light, the Osprey Duro 6 Litre Trail Running Vest Pack accommodates just enough fuel and gear to get you there and back, no matter how far "there" may be. With ample room for long runs requiring extra layers or gear, thoughtful and accessible storage for fuel and other small items, trekking pole storage, a Hydraulics LT 1.5 L Reservoir, soft flask compatibility and bounce-free carry, this pack will please beginning runners and experts alike.

Features and Specifications

  • Built for speed - vest-pack fit provides bounce-free stability and purpose-built for incredible comfort so you can focus on FKT's and PR's.
  • 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.
  • Hydration Included - includes 1.5 Litre Hydraulics reservoir. 
  • Zippered reservoir sleeve with Hydraulics™ LT 1.5 Reservoir with
  • QuickConnect™ and sternum magnet included
  • Vertical zippered harness slash pocket with whistle zipper pull
  • Dual accessible lower side panel stretch mesh pockets
  • Dual extra-large stretch mesh flask/phone/food harness pocket
  • Dual lower stretch mesh food/supplement harness pockets
  • Dual-zippered panel access to main compartment
  • Front panel zippered slash pocket Front panel stretch mesh compression pocket

Dimensions

S/M 36 cm High x 20 cm Wide x 13 cm Deep

M/L  41 cm High x 20 cm Wide x 13 cm Deep

 

 Fabric

Main: 70D x 140D Nylon Triangle Ripstop
Accent: 
320Gr Nylon Stretch Mesh
Bottom: 
200Gr Nylon Stretch Mesh

Sizing and Fitting of your Osprey Vest-Pack

The Duro/Dyna Series comes in two sizes, men's S/M and M/L and women's XS/S and S/M. Based on torso length and 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. Measurements should be taken at widest part of chest slightly below armpits.

Duro - Men's

 Size Centimetres
S/M 86-102 cm
M/L 99-104
Fitting your Pack
Running involves an incredible amount of dynamic movement. Whether climbing, descending, or hitting the flats it takes a uniquely and well-designed pack to maintain stability through all movements, and stability cannot come at the expense of pulmonary freedom. A pack that does all this and rides so comfortably the runner forgets they are wearing it is an incredible achievement. Please follow these instructions to achieve proper fit and function with your new pack.
step one position the pack
This pack anchors to the rib cage to prevent unwanted bouncing. To do this, it needs to sit higher on your torso than a typical hiking pack. When first putting on your pack, make sure the top of the pack sits just below the base of your neck.
2. position dual chest straps
Buckle both sternum straps, leaving the webbing a little loose for now. The top chest strap should be positioned 1-2”/2.5-5 cm below the collarbone. The bottom chest strap can be moved up toward the middle of the harness to accommodate free and easy breathing; however, keep it down low if pack stability is your primary concern. For women, adjust the chest strap position so that it fits comfortably and keeps the pack snug.
3. tighten chest straps
Before tightening the chest straps, make sure you have completely loosened the under-arm side body straps on each side of the pack. With the chest strap positioned appropriately, pinch the end of the webbing with your thumb and index finger and pull the strap until the tension pulls the strap from your grasp. This helps avoid overtightening the pack. Make small adjustments as necessary to ensure a secure fit.
4. tighten body straps
Pull the side body straps that connect the harness and pack under each arm. This will pull in the lower portion of the pack against the body and snug the pack around your rib cage. Double-check the chest harness strap positioning and tension to ensure optimal fit, comfort and stability.

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