Own The Trail With Superior Hydrating Power
No matter the ride, the single most important thing to bring on your all-day adventures is plenty of water. A cool, refreshing boost of hydration allows you to fly down the trail. As the perfect pack for the mountain biking minimalist, the Osprey Savu 5 Lumbar Pack is ideal for quick laps on local singletrack or gravel trails.
Two rigid pockets make it easy to pull and replace water bottles as you pedal, while angled hipbelt and compression straps keep the pack close to your body and provide max stability over every trail — no creep-around here. Not a double water bottle kind of ride? No problem. Each water bottle sleeve can tuck away when not needed to provide a streamlined pack. Any way you customize it, the main compartment and side hipbelt pockets fit vital flat-fixing tools, a tube, snacks, and more.
Make the most of your rides with the Osprey Savu 5 hip pack. Many small features add up to an incredible pack that you can bring with you wherever you go. With an AirScape backpanel and the contouring lumbar wrap, you can bask in the glory of maximum stability while crushing the trail.
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Mfg PartNum: 10005087
Mfg PartNum: 10005088
Mfg PartNum: 10005089
I like the design of this pack, the features are good. I'm not in love with the smaller pocket since it just takes space away from the big pocket -- but it was useful for holding my wallet ready when I wanted it. My big issue is my belly. I wanted to get away from my backpack, but the only comfortable place this would stay was underneath my belly, so basically hanging off the edge of my butt/saddle. This annoyed me a lot on a long gravel ride. It made it more difficult to mount and dismount, and I could feel it hanging off of me the whole ride. Also I had to really cinch it up so that it didn't slip lower. In conclusion, it's a great bag but might not be the best solution for a fat guy.
Having worn the same Camelback Mule for the last 20-yrs, I've decided that I'm done with carrying the weight on my back. After looking at all the hip pack options, they all looked the same with reviews all over the place. It wasn't until I ran into a guy on the trail with this pack that I was able to see it in person and get the opinion of a live person. I ordered it right away.
It's comfy, fits all of the tools I usually carry, holds two water bottles firmly and doesn't lean when using only one and it keeps my back dry. For the price I paid for it, it's absolutely a steal.
I'm really enjoying it so far.
Many year camelbak user decided to Try a lumbar. Best decision I made.
Easy adjustments with water bottles or none.
Can carry enough snacks, first aid and small tools for any ride length.
Sometimes I forget it's back there.
Great value compared to other brands out there.
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