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Osprey Syncro 20 Rucsac

OSPREY
£71.99
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Osprey Syncro 20 Rucsac

The Osprey Syncro's adjustable AirSpeed trampoline suspended mesh backsystem makes for an especially cool and comfortable cycling rucsac.

  • The Syncro has many the features that we have grown to love about our fastest growing backpack company, Osprey
  • The AirSpeed™ trampoline is a taught yet springy mesh back panel that ensures zero contact between your back and the main body of the rucsac, without adding the extra weight normally associated with suspension rucsacs
  • The BioStretch harness is similarly airy yet comfortably cushioned
  • Sternum and hip straps keep the pack stable
  • Side compression straps add to the pack's stability
  • The rucsac's two part main compartments - each with their own zipped access - are separated by a sleeve
  • The first main compartment boasts internal organisers and pockets for your pump, tools, tubes and wallet, and there's a key fob near the top
  • The second main compartment is designed to take an Osprey Hydraulics Reservoir(not supplied) - arguably the best hydration bladder made
  • The sternum strap buckle has a magnet (for the Hydraulics bite valve)
  • The bottom external pocket is ready packed with a stowaway high visibility rain cover
  • The LED attachment strap gives you somewhere to mount your rear light at an eye-catching height
  • A LidLock halfway up the sac is smartest and the simplest bike helmet attachment we have come across. See video
  • The stretch mesh side pockets on either side are large enough to each take a 750ml bottle
  • Main Fabric: 100D Nylon Mini Honey Comb
  • Manufacturer's published weight: 630g
  • Manufacturer's published maximum dimensions : 450mm (long) x 260mm (wide) x 230mm (deep) = 20 litres
  • Be aware that cycling equipment specifications can change without notice so please regard our published weights as an honest but approximate guide.
  • At the top of the bag, there's an 'electronics pocket' whose embossed honeycomb lining helps protect, say, your sunglasses lenses or your phone's screen - see video

'Arrive at your destination cool, calm and collected. Our Syncro series are leaner, lighter and faster than ever before. The Syncro 20 features our AirSpeed™ backsystem and a LightWire™ frame, taking ventilation to the next level. The pack also has a ventilated BioStretch™ harness further increasing airflow meaning that even on the hottest rides, you'll enjoy incredible ventilation and load stability.

The streamlined profile of the pack and LidLock™ bike helmet attachment makes it perfect for riders looking for an efficient agile solution to carry their gear. The Syncro 20 has the greatest capacity in the series, with plenty of room for all your biking essentials. Featuring Stretch mesh side pockets with InsideOut™ compression provide a great place to store that extra tube or repair kit and the scratch-free electronics pocket allows you to carry your phone or GPS safely.

The Syncro is also compatible with our Hydraulics™ reservoirs and features sternum strap buckle with magnet. New heightened reflective graphics, blinker light attachment and integrated ‘High-Vis' raincover will boost your visibility when riding on trail or road.'
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The Osprey story
In the early 1970s there was a young backpacker called Mike Pfotenhauer. He loved exploring his native Oregon USA but he hated the cumbersome backpacks that prevailed in those days. With help from his mom he learned to sew and created his own pack. Other hikers liked the look and design of this pack so much, they commissioned Mike to sew them similar sacs.

This interest encouraged Mike to start selling his customised packs from a small retail shop in front of his rented house in his new home town, Santa Cruz, California. Perhaps realising that Pfotenhauer might not be the most catchy name, he called his packs ‘Osprey'. That was in 1974.

Over the decades, Osprey bags' reputation for quality, functionality and durability has grown and grown. Although he no longer stitches the bags himself (Osprey's rigorously quality controlled factory in Ho Chi Minh City does that) Mike continues to oversee every bag design before it goes in to production.

Osprey's reputation for making darned fine rucsacs has established them as America's Number One technical pack manufacturer.

Over here, a fair few of our customers have thanked us for stocking Osprey, saying they're the best packs they've ever used, and the most comfortable to carry.