Osprey Packs Manta 20 Water Carrier

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Fast and light endeavors are perfect forThe Manta 20. Incorporating astreamlined design along with allThe key features of its largersiblings,This pack is perfect for light and fast hikes, adventureracing and full dayTrans-alpine mountain bike rides. Offered inTwo sizes forThe perfect fit! BioStretch Harness Mesh backpanel supported by LightWire frame with side vents and ridge foam backing Lightweight webbing BioStretch hipbelt Integrated rain cover Zippered fabric hipbelt pockets HydraForm Reser

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COTarHeel   Cross Country Rider [May 10, 2011]
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The best part of Osprey's hydration packs is the Nalgene reservoir. It has a rigid back which helps it keep its shape as you drink, and it slides into a full pack easily. Also the magnetic valve/sternum strap is great.

Nice fit, lots of organizeable storage, rain cover....yadda yadda.

Weakness:

The Manta isn't specifically designed for biking (like the Viper & Raptor) and is billed as a multi-sport pack. Thus, the Manta isn't quite as pedal-friendly when it comes to pack stability, and lacks "bike-specific pocketing" (whatever that is).

More expensive than some comparable packs but I think you get what you pay for.

This is a great do-it-all hydration pack. If you need a daypack for things besides biking go for the Manta, but if all you do is ride then I'd opt for the Raptor. Osprey makes quality stuff and this is well worth the price.

Similar Products Used: Various Camelbaks & Raptor 14
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5
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