Our partner Osprey has completely redesigned four of its most famous rucksacks in time for the coming outdoor season. We now have the new models in our selection and would like to introduce you to them briefly.


Tempest & Talon

Both Osprey models, the Tempest and the Talon, impress above all with their very low weight. This means that they are not only suited to hiking, but also to climbing, running and cycling. The AirScape back plate provides a high level of comfort. It is made from mesh-covered foam cut in the shape of an accordion; it is perfect for ventilation to the back and even distribution of weight on the hips. Several practical storage spaces and extra features, like the stow-on-the-go trekking pole fastening, the ice pick loop, the lateral InsideOut compression straps and the LidLock cycling helmet fastening all add up to make the Osprey Tempest and Talon really good all-rounders. The Tempest’s back system is also specifically designed to fit the female anatomy.

Stratos & Sirrus

The Osprey rucksacks Stratos and Sirrus are ideal for your next hiking trip. The integrated rain cover means that a sudden rain shower is not a match for these rucksacks. Thanks to the hydration bladder compartment, you can stay hydrated during your trip without having to take off your rucksack. The back system also differs slightly from that of the other two rucksack models mentioned above. The Osprey Stratos and Sirrus have a so-called AirSpeed back system that delivers ventilation and comfort. There is also a mesh surface stretched from one end of the super light frame to the other. As well as this, ventilation holes in the EVA foam of the shoulder- and hip straps ensure you do not break into a sweat too early in the day. Out of both these touring rucksacks, the Osprey Sirrus was especially designed for women.