Osprey Raptor 14

Priced: $109.00 - $130.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
Osprey Raptor 14 - Fully-functional and durable, the Osprey® Raptor 14 is great for the trail and backcountry. Be prepared the next time you explore the outdoors with the all-purpose Raptor 14.
Innovative suspension and ergonomic back panel provide superb bike riding comfort and stability. Contoured headrail provides maximum head room.
AirScape™ suspension with rigid molded foam creates a lightweight, yet supportive and ventilated back panel.
Breathable mesh and perforated, molded waffle foam on contoured shoulder straps and hipbelt enhance breathability and comfort.
Straight ErgoPull™ hipbelt closure adjusts with a forward pull in an ergonomic motion.
Large zippered main pocket with tool organization sleeves and mesh pockets is ideal for carrying pumps, bike tools and tubes.
Additional outer zip pocket holds personal items and includes a key clip.
Quick-access top zippered pocket is lined with a soft, easy-to-clean heat-embossed fabric.
Stretch-woven side pockets with InsideOut™ compression provide versatile gear carry option. You choose inside or over-the-top compression strap location.
Quickly attach a helmet to the Raptor 14 with the LidLock™ helmet clip. A bungee on the exterior of the pack allows easy adjustment of the LidLock™ feature.
Stretch-woven front pocket with integrated blinker light patch provides quick external storage and visibility.
Stretch-mesh pockets on each side of hipbelt keep small essentials within easy reach.
Osprey Hydraulics™ system features a reservoir that sandwiches an anatomically-shaped plastic sheet between a layer of nylon fabric and the reservoir back.
Design conforms the reservoir to your back's shape even when full, resulting in a precise, stable and comfortable fit.
Rigid spine/handle on reservoir stabilizes the water load and makes it easy to slide the reservoir into the pack.
large mouth makes filling and cleaning it a snap.
BPA- and PVC-free reservoir does not retain tastes or odors and features AquaGuard™ antimicrobial formula which inhibits bacterial growth.
180° pivoting on/off valve rotates in either direction for quick and easy flow control. Magnetic sternum-strap buckle secures the bite valve when not in use.
Reflective trim increases visibility in low light.
Osprey will repair for any reason, free of charge, any damage or defect in their product − whether it was purchased in 1974 or yesterday. If they are unable to perform a functional repair on your pack, Osprey will happily replace it.
Imported.
Best use - Mountain biking.
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.) - 100 fluid ounces.
Liquid capacity (L) - 3 liters.
Gear capacity (cu. in.) - 520 cubic inches.
Gear capacity (L) - 8.5 liter.
Average weight - 25 ounces.
Average weight - metric - 0.71 kilogram.
Number of pockets - 5 + main compartment.
Pack loading - Panel.
Hipbelt - Yes.
Bite valve shut-off switch - Yes.
Quick disconnect tubing - No.
Wide-mouth opening - Yes.
Frame type - Internal.
Frame material - HDPE/aluminum.
Material(s) - Ripstop nylon.
Dimensions - 18 x 8.2 x 7.5 inches.

Support and Cushioning:

  • AirScape backpanel provides cushioned, breathable ridge-molded foam that gives ample support and cool comfort
  • AirScape™ Suspension with Ridge molded foam creates a lightweight, yet supportive and ventilated backpanel.

Insulation:

  • Ample 3-liter Hydraulics reservoir features an integral framesheet to keep water close to your body and prevent barreling, a rigid handle for easy insertion into pack, and wide-mouth cap for easy filling and cleaning

Hipbelt:

  • Full hipbelt keeps pack stable and transfers load effectively
  • Zippered stretch mesh hipbelt pockets secure small, quick-access items; stretch mesh front pocket lets you quickly stash extra gear
  • Has main and hydration compartments as well as one organization, one electronic, one stretch exterior, two side stretch and two stretch hipbelt pockets
  • Mesh-covered BioStretch built-in hipbelt breathes via perforation and features a modified, straight ErgoPull closure

Logo/Graphics:

  • Blinker light attachment patch and reflective graphics add safety when the ride goes long
  • Refl ective graphics
  • Blinker attachment loop and reflective graphics for better visibility while riding

Zippers:

  • Zippered front side access pocket is perfect for storing smaller items like keys, maps, or snacks
  • Removable roll-up tool pouch keeps your fix-it essentials organized and accessible; lower zip compartment provides access to tool pouch
  • Shoulder strap zips offer right-side hose path
  • Top zippered pocket for quick access to bladder
  • Stretch mesh zippered waistbelt pockets provide secure, expandable storage

Pockets:

  • Bike-specific pocketing along with our proprietary LidLock system keeps your gear organized.
  • Raptor 14 Slash Pocket
  • Large front pocket with shove-it pocket behind holds extra clothing and nourishment for a full-day ride

Lining and Layers:

  • Pack easily fits lunch, a rain shell, an extra layer, and basic tools for riding.
  • BioStretch harness features perforated EVA foam with large holes for enhanced breathability and comfortable stretch lined with soft, breathable spaced mesh

Fit:

  • BioStretch hipbelt is mesh-covered for comfort and features a modified ErgoPull system for quick and easy fit adjustments
  • Interior pocket will fit filled Hydroform reservior while pack is entirely full

Fabric:

  • Two stretch woven hip belt pockets are great for energy gels, chews, and bars
  • Rugged and light 70 x 100D nylon shadow creek fabric withstands outdoor wear and tear
  • Dual stretch woven hipbelt slash pockets
  • Top zippered slash pocket is lined with heat embossed fabric to protect your sunglasses, phone, mp3 player, or GPS
  • Stretch woven front pocket provides quick external storage and features a blinker light patch and reverse wrap hip belt storage

Ventilation:

  • AirSpeed suspension system features a mesh backpanel and ridge foam backing for ventilation and comfort
  • New BioStretch™, ventilated harness is cool and comfortable

Hydration:

  • Unique New hydration sleeve design with direct access zip for fast loading
  • Hydration sleeve allows direct access via zipper for loading in a hurry
  • 14L / 850 cu. in. hydration pack for a smaller torso

Sleeves:

  • Dual-zippered panel load access to the main compartment makes it super easy to pack your gear in the morning and find it later; sleeves and mesh pockets inside help keep bike tools organized
  • Bike Tool Organization sleeves and mesh pockets are ideal for carrying pumps, bike tools and tubes.

Straps:

  • BioStretch harness offers full range of motion; full elastic sternum strap features a built-in magnet for bite valve attachment
  • Lower side compression straps help reduce pack volume and keep your gear from shifting around as you ride
  • Stretch sternum strap has magnetic hose attachment for quick and easy access to live-sustaining water

Upper:

  • Raptor 14 Upper Compression Straps

Features:

  • HydraLock compartment keeps your 3 L HydraForm reservoir (included) secure and separated from the rest of your gear
  • Patent-pending LidLock helmet attachment system provides an easy solution for keeping your helmet secure and out of the way
  • 3L Hydraulics™ Reservoir included in all models
  • Quickly attach a helmet to your Raptor Series pack with the LidLock™ helmet clip.
  • MPE film in reservoir ensures taste-free water and is durable enough to handle hot water
  • LidLock clip secures helmet when not in use
  • LidLock Adjustment
  • Ridge-molded foam backpanel molded to contour to your back for stability
  • Easy pivot bite valve rotates on and off in either direction.
  • Raptor 10 and 14 Tool Pouch
  • Magnetic sternum buckle for quick access to the reservoir bite valve
  • LidLock helmet clip for quick and extremely stable bike helmet storage
  • 3L Nalgene engineered Hydraform bladder included
  • Key Clip
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FEATURES of the Osprey Raptor 14 Pack.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Osprey Raptor 14 Pack.

Backcountry.com

Go big or don't go at all is your motto, so you pack up the capacious Osprey Raptor 14 Hydration Pack with three-liter hydration reservoir for an epic ride. With room enough for a light layer, nourishment, tools that you pack into its included roll-up organizing pouch, and your pump in its designated sleeve, you'll have all the essentials and in quick-access organization. And with AirScape and BioStretch mesh-lined, perforated, and padded support and security, you'll do the whole ride without a sweat-soaked jersey.


Rocky Mountain Trail

The Raptor 14 brings hydraulic and hydration solutions to mountain biking and trail hiking.
This pack is just right for a medium-sized day hike or mountain bike ride. The pack offers room for extra layers, lunch and other necessities. The three-liter reservoir stows all the water you need for day the trail, and with the lightweight, comfort-oriented design helps keep your back and shoulders comfortable all day.
Designed For: Mountain Biking.
3-Liter / 100 oz Osprey Hydraulics™ Reservoir Included


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
A great long-haul pack for all-day single track adventures, the Osprey Raptor 14 hydration pack offers versatile gear carry options and helps keep the essentials—bike tools and snacks—easily accessible.
SummitHut.com

Newly updated, the Raptor 14 from Osprey is highly detailed and uniquely designed. With supreme stability and outstanding fit, it is a premium mountain biking hydration pack.


Appalachain Outdoors
For those long rides on the trail nothing beats Osprey's Raptor 14 backpack. Pack some snacks and extra layers in the wide variety of internal and external pockets and strap them down for the ride with the lower and upper compression straps. Ride hard and fast knowing all of your necessities are both secure and easily accessible.
Massey's Outfitters
THE RAPTOR SERIES brings Osprey’s Hydraulics™ solutions to a mountain biking and trail running hydration pack. An innovative suspension and ergonomic backpanel provide superb bike riding comfort and great stability. Bike-specific pocketing along with our proprietary LidLock™ system keeps your gear organized.
Campmor
The Raptor 14 is a great long haul pack for an all day adventure on your favorite single track. An innovative suspension and ergonomic backpanel provide superb bike riding comfort and great stability while trail runnning. Bike specific pocketing along with the Lidlock system keeps your gearorganized and ready.Includes 3-liter Hydraulics™ Reservoir.
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Activity:Biking
Additional Info:Reservoir Weight: 11 oz (0.31kg)
Backpack Features:Top Loader
Backpack Style:Hydration Daypack
Bottom Width:8 1⁄2 in
Capacity:850 cu in / 14L
Cargo Capacity:S/M 12 L (732 cu. in.)M/L 14 L (854 cu. in.)
Depth:5 1⁄2 in
Dimension:(H x W x D)
Dimensions:18 x 8.5 x 8.25 in (46 x 22 x 21 cm)
Fluid Capacity:3 L (100 fl. oz.)
Handle Length:2 1⁄2 in
Height:17 1⁄2 in
Hydration Bladder Included:3L
Insulated Hydration Sleeve:No
Insulated Tube:No
Key Fabrics:70 x 100D nylon shadow check
Laptop Sleeve:None
Material:70 x 140 D nylon shadow Check.
Max Capacity:SM 732 cu in (12L) ML 854 cu in (14L)
Middle Width:11 in
Pack Size:0-999 cu in
Reservoir Weight:11 oz / 0.31 kg
Size:19"H X 9"W X 9"D
Strap Drop:6 1⁄2 in
Strap Length:15 in
Suspension:AirScape
Top Width:9 in
Volume:854 cubic inches / 14 liter
Waist Belt:Yes
Weight:SM 1.75 lb (800 g) ML 1.88 lb (850 g)
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Osprey Raptor 14 Reviews:

Reviews:

Obviously, CamelBak has become quite the household name, everyone has one or knows what they are, even if they call it a "CamelPak." We all know them. But there are several things that I don't think CamelBak does well, or could do better. First, the bladders are nearly impossible to manage when filling with water and trying to close. They flop all over the place, spill water, and just aren't friendly. Couple that with the fact that they have no structure to them, and you find them wadded up in the bottom of your pack, especially if you just use the bladder without the pack. All of that was bearable, several years ago, when the only other options were some crappy water pack from Target. The thing that really turned me off of CamelBak was the design of the packs that the bladders went in. They just weren't good. They were too small, or if they were big enough, too expensive, and had dumb suspension systems, or not enough pockets, or (heaven forbid) just didn't look cool at all.
Now, several years later, other companies have tried their hand at the hydration pack and Osprey/Nalgene have, in my opinion, beat CamelBak. First, the bladder is excellent. It has a handle for holding when filling, is rigid, so it doesn't get all wadded up in the bottom of your pack, and it fits PERFECTLY in the rigid slot in the pack. The valve is a joy to use, although the CamelBak one is just as good. Everything just seems to work, with the exception of screwing the lid on, as others have stated. It's a bit difficult, but one mishap and spilled water fixes that, you just double check it.
But the real attraction to this pack is that a company dedicated to pack design, Osprey, makes the pack. The Raptor 14 is great. Tons of pockets, super comfortable, enough space and features to make it great, and it looks really good. I don't feel dumb wearing it, as I do with CamelBak. Again, just my opinion, but these are way better in almost every way.

gilipollas at Backcountry.com on 09/04/2013

i thought about giving it only 4 stars because the lid for the reservoir has some issues, but they are minor. The little plastic strap that attaches the lid to the reservoir was so tight on the lid that it could barely be turned with one hand and prevented the lid from threading properly. As a result, the lid would look like it was in place but leak. i cut the little strap and now it works fine, the threading is still a little funky though. Only other issue is that there's a lot a material in the hip straps after you tighten them. i suppose the excess material COULD get in the way, but it never has for me.
Everything else about the bag is spot on. Fits all the tools and pumps and food and knee pads and helmet and rain jacket and arm warmers. with all that gear, it's pretty tight, but most of us aren't riding our own shuttle for a gnarly downhill run with cold, wet weather that will take all day so you need tons of food and water.
The magnetic catch for the hose is really handy for grabbing a quick drink right before a rough section. and being able to zip out the reservoir instead of having to unthread it through the bag is really nice. Tool pouch and stretch pockets and sunglasses pocket and are really great. Lid lock is plenty secure and best system i've found for keeping cool on the ride up. Also, it shows no wear and tear after a couple wrecks.
It provides as much ventilation as possible while keeping it close to your body for drops, gaps, and all the other fun parts. better than my old camelbak. Bottom line, one of the best bags on the market.

Chris Huntley at Backcountry.com on 05/24/2013

I have really enjoyed my Osprey pack, it fits against the body nicely and stays in place on technical trails. It has plenty of storage and puts up with lots of abuse. I love the magnetic clasp, it makes it simple to store the bit valve when you are not taking a drink and tends to snap back into place without fail.
When I first got the pack the bite valve swivel leaked, it had developed a small crack, I emailed Osprey and they sent me a new one free of charge the next day. A few weeks later the new bite valve developed another crack, so I called them up and they explained that it was a known issue and they just redesigned it, I got the new one the next day which was a slightly beefier version and have not had the problem since (plus every new pack I see in the wild now has the updated version). So all in all the pack is great and the company stands behind it, what more can you ask!

Chris Aidan at Backcountry.com on 05/21/2013

More than stoked I pulled the trigger on this pack. Just started mountain biking last summer and used a CamelBak that only had enough storage for a small multi-tool, my keys and maybe an energy bar. I had to ask my friends to carry the tubes and anything else I might need. With this Raptor 14, you can be a one-man army. I have only taken it on a few day rides, but still have been unable to fill it up completely. The bottom tool-kit pocket is awesome: two tubes, muti-tool, pump and other tiny tools you might need fit with ease. Organized mesh pockets allow you to stash the easy-to-lose items. Extremely comfortable with the hipbelt being great compared to any other similar sized packs I check out. Helmet lock, magnetic hydration hose and ease into every compartment make this the must-have biking pack. Not too big, not too small.... just right.

Andrew Jensen at Backcountry.com on 04/30/2013

Bought this as a gift for a friend...and bought the new Raven 14 (both back in March, 2013). This pack is totally awesome, as the previous reviewer says; EXCEPT now the lids don't want to tighten correctly and cross-thread; you have to 'fiddle' around with it till finally you get it right (ya kinda feel like you've won the lottery, or something when it finally screws on correctly!). They were a bit difficult at first, but now it's a real pain (don't get it just right, the water runs out of course!). Tried to contact Osprey to at least make them aware of this design problem.
(just a note: no, these weren't left in a hot car, nor was hot water put in the bladders; just poor threading on lids). And also for this reason...4 stars instead of 5

Debbie Conti at Backcountry.com on 05/26/2013

Gave this particular pack as a gift...he loves it. I have the woman's version, "RAVEN 14", it's the best out there, as everyone else attest! Even fully loaded on a very hot ride it was still breezy (one small part of the back gets a bit sweaty, but the right jersey and sitting up straight once in awhile,or taking a short break) and you're dry very quickly. Very stable even fully loaded, though the hip straps could be a bit shorter/tighter for smaller ladies; hopefully Osprey will address this on the next issue of the woman's pack. Highly recommended to all!
So guys, tell your lady(s) about the "Raven" by osprey, it really does fit better. Or better yet, get it for her ..."just because" you care!

Debbie Conti at Backcountry.com on 05/03/2013

Could not ask for more.

I scoured the net trying to find the best price for this bag. I spoke to a customer service agent who walked me through determining which fit was best for me (she wasn't all about the sell). I received the bag quickly and in perfect shape. I love it and will be a rockcreek.com customer in the future.
Didds at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 05/05/2013

Thoroughly evaluated this pack before making purchase. Was convinced it would be a great fit for me and not disappointed. This Osprey pack replaced my Camelback. No comparison! The Osprey design, quality and lifetime guarantee made it an easy choice. Plenty of room to carry everything I need for an all day ride.

flip923120 at Backcountry.com on 12/31/2013

Great Hydration Backpack

A very good quality, no any issues so far; a little bit pricy, but should last for a long time.
vidkon at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2013

This thing flys

Its all good
pppppp at Campmor on 11/11/2013