Osprey Seral 4 Hydration Waistpack

$75.00
please select a Color
Size: One Size
Quantity
Order by 9:00am PT, 12/17 to get it there by 12/25. Learn More (Opens in a new window)
Choose a shipping method

Join the co-op today and get back an estimated $7.50 on this item.

Looking for a low-profile waistpack with integrated hydration? Look no further than the Osprey Seral 4. It comes with a 1.5 L bladder to keep the H2O flowing while you tackle rough terrain.

  • Features

    • Has enough storage capacity for ride essentials, such as a spare tube, CO2 and multi-tool and snacks
    • Includes a 1.5 L Osprey Hydraulics lumbar reservoir by Hydrapak for on-the-go hydration
    • Magnetic hipbelt bite valve attachment keeps your hydration handy; updated magnetic coupling improves hose management, even in rough terrain
    • AirScape back panel with contouring lumbar wrap provides maximum stability
    • Large zippered main compartment with reservoir sleeve; main compartment features tool organization and internal zippered pocket
    • Constructed from high-tenacity nylon with a PFC-free durable water repellent (DWR) coating that sheds moisture and stains
    • Nylon is recycled
    • Blinker light attachment (light not included) with reflective graphic helps you stay seen in low-light conditions

    Imported.

    View all Osprey Cycling Hydration Waistpacks
  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Gear Capacity (L)

    4 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    244 cubic inches

    Reservoir Compatible

    Yes

    Reservoir Included

    Yes

    Bottle(s) Included

    None

    Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.)

    50 fluid ounce

    Liquid Capacity (L)

    1.5 liters

    Weight

    15 ounces

    Fits Waist/Hips

    26-50 inches

    Material(s)

    Recycled 600-denier PET polyester/recycled 400-denier high-tenacity nylon

    Bite Valve Shut-Off Switch

    Yes

    Dimensions

    12.5 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches

    Gender

    Unisex

  • Reviews

    Loading Reviews...
  • Questions & Answers

    Loading Questions...