Osprey Europe to attend OTS

Osprey Europe are going to make their debut at the Outdoor Trade Show.

The OTS is being held in EventCity, Manchester, for the first time this year on July 3-5.

Osprey Europe’s Head of Marketing, Jonathan Petty, said: “We’re thrilled to announce Osprey Europe’s attendance at the successful Outdoor Trade Show in Manchester in 2018. We’re looking forward to meeting our current and prospective customers to showcase both our new and existing collections.

“As the UK’s leading pack specialist this is a fantastic opportunity to be surrounded by passionate outdoor enthusiasts who have a shared interest in high quality and innovative packs.”

Osprey continues to draw upon more than 40 years of specialist knowledge and expertise to offer a product line that enhances its reputation as the market leader.

Spring 2019 brings new entries into Backpacking, Hiking and Hydration, while also defining a new Multi-Sport category.

The backpacking category receives some significant attention this season. The new Rook and women’s specific Renn represent highly ventilated and feature rich backpacking packs at an extremely competitive price point.
Another new entry to the category is Levity’s women’s specific counterpart; Lumina. Lumina has all of the innovative Ultralight design found in the Levity whilst providing the unparalleled gender specific fit that Osprey is known for.

Kestrel and the women’s specific Kyte, packs renowned for their work-horse capability, retain their experience and character whilst refining carry comfort, durability and accessibility.

An additional volume has also been added to the well-received women’s specific Eja, cementing Exos & Eja as the go-to for technical backpacking.

Versatility, simplicity and style are the themes of Osprey’s new and updated packs in the Hiking category. Skarab and women’s specific Skimmer are stylish daypacks with attitude. Equipped with everything you need for a full day of hiking, yet still sitting in a position of fantastic value, Skarab and Skimmer will suit those looking for an all-round utility vehicle.

The season also sees new colours arriving for the iconic Talon and women’s specific Tempest and an additional volume for the hugely successful Hikelite.

The Hydration category boasts some innovative new pack additions as well as some important updates. The new Katari and the women’s specific Kitsuma represent simple and stylish hydration packs that allow for unobstructed range of movement.
The new Siskin and women’s specific Salida are high-performance hydration packs which balance durable, high quality construction with impressive organisational ability. Already ahead of the pack are the award-winning Raptor and women’s specific Raven which have been refined to allow for improved fit and carry.

Finally in the hydration category, the run-specific Duro gains a new aesthetic with a colour refresh and minor design tweaks. Moving into the newly formed Multi-Sport category are the Syncro and the women’s specific Sylva. Syncro and Sylva offer a high-performance fit and ventilated backsystem, allowing you to remain cool, calm and collected across a range of activities.

Osprey will also be attending OutDoor Friedrichshafen on June 17-20.

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