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Organize and Protect Your Gear with Osprey's All-New Accessory Collection for Spring/Summer 2015

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Cortez, CO – June 16, 2014 – For Spring/Summer 2015, Osprey Packs is expanding their accessory line, providing a complete solution for everything adventurers need to organize and protect their pack. The new accessories range from in-pack options such as dry sacks and organizers to on-pack ones, including add-on pockets and camera cases.


“With the trend towards smaller packs, organization is key,” says Cassie Tweed, Design Director at Osprey Packs. “With Osprey’s new accessories, our consumers now have a complete, quality solution to optimize their Osprey packs and luggage.”

In-Pack Accessories Osprey’s new dry sacks and compressions sacks are rectangular by design to deliver the most space-efficient packing possible.

Ultralight Dry Sack provides weather-defying gear storage through its rolltop, waterproof closure and waterproof-coated nylon ripstop fabric and seams. Sizes: 3L- 30L; MSRP: $13- $25 (pictured)


Osprey’s Straightjacket Compression Sacks, with compressible nylon wings and buckles, are rectangular in shape and designed to fit the width of the pack. A large zippered opening makes access a breeze while the nylon ripstop fabric is water resistant with waterproof-coated fabric and seams.
Sizes: 8L- 32L; MSRP: $25 – $35

Osprey’s three new ultralight organizers provide solutions for every organizational need: the Ultralight Zip Organizer: $35, the Ultralight Roll Organizer $30 and the Ultralight Padded Organizer $25

On-Pack Accessories

Ultralight GrabBag
: Osprey’s new Ultralight GrabBag easily connects to most backpacks, creating extra space on the pack. When it’s time to leave the pack behind for a mini-adventure, it converts to a lumbar pack, allowing the backpacker to grab and go. MSRP: $25

Alpine Pocket
: This removable accessory adds 3 liters to packs when attached, and can be easily removed for day-trip use. MSRP: $35

Ultralight MapWrap
: Nobody likes a soggy map. Osprey’s Ultralight MapWrap will keep this all-important traveler tool protected, thanks to its waterproof welded seams and sleeve closure. When not in use, the MapWrap rolls up and can attach to a pack via carabiner clips. MSRP: $25

Ultralight Camera Case
: These camera cases are both protective and versatile. The four padded cases can accommodate cameras of multiple sizes, from small phones to SLR cameras and they can attach to a pack or be used independently. MSRP: S $20; M $25; L $30; XL $40

Osprey Packs

Independent, celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014, and still anchored by the design genius of company founder and owner, Mike Pfotenhauer, Osprey Packs has long set the standard for creating innovative, high quality gear carrying equipment. The collection includes packs and bags designed to help adventurers enjoy their outdoor, biking, active everyday and travel pursuits.

The location of company headquarters in Cortez, Colorado, near the rugged San Juan Mountains on the edge of desert canyon country, provides a constant inspiration and a superb testing ground for Osprey products. Osprey also maintains a product development office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, near the factories where they manufacture their products, ensuring face-to-face relationships and transparency with their suppliers. In 2009, Osprey opened a design office in Mill Valley, California, a hub of design talent and the birthplace of mountain biking. All three of these offices play a crucial role in creating Osprey gear that lasts a lifetime.

Osprey’s customers identify with the brand in many ways, including the product lifetime All Mighty Guarantee, category leading sales, worldwide distribution, dynamic social media communications and content, a strong commitment to the environment and partnerships with inspiring and interesting organizations. Above all, the brand encourages and maintains a direct line of communication on product performance, durability and functionality, which is then incorporated and reflected in every future Osprey pack.

Every Osprey product reflects the company’s commitment to protect the wild places its customers love to explore. For more information, visit