After over 10 rides with the Osprey Seral 7 hip pack, I’m ready for the review!
Like I said above, I’ve used the pack for over ten rides, which has been plenty of time to get a feel for what I like and dislike. I’ve ridden in places like Hurricane and Moab Utah. And Fruita Colorado, out at 18 Road, Kokapelli, and Lunch Loops.
So I have some time with this pack on hard trails!
Features of the Osprey Seral 7 Hip Pack
- Hip pockets (fit iPhone 13, nothing larger)
- 1.5 liter bladder comes with bag
- Separate storage compartment for tools/snacks
- Lightly padded hip belt
- Comes in three different colors
- Key ring and zippered interior pockets
Pros of Osprey Seral 7
- Very comfortable, even when loaded up there is minimal bounce
- Carries plenty of water for up to or around 15 miles
- Easy to fill bladder
- Plenty of space for tools/snacks
- Hose magnets to belt work great, and are easily accessibility
- Hip pockets that fit an iPhone 13 Pro (navigation/photos)
- Price $90
- Air flow and comfort of not wearing a full size pack
Cons of Osprey Seral 7
- Waist belt sizing
- System for securing excess waist belt straps not great
This is a great mountain bike hip pack! The size of the pack and the bladder are great! Along with the comfort and way the pack doesn’t bounce on the rowdiest trails.
If you are looking for a great mountain bike hip pack… I think the Seral 7 is a great choice!
Let me know if you have any questions. I’m happy to answer them!
Where to buy
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