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The Syncro 10 is the perfect pack for a short ride or hike. The 3 liter Hydraulics reservoir is enough to last you a few hours. Airspeed suspension is incorporated in the hydration pack. A light wire allow frame with a 3D mesh backpanel to help promote breathability. Breathability keeps you cool and fresh, allowing you to stay out longer.
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Comments about Osprey Syncro 10 Hydration Pack 2013:
I have used this only for road though I bought it for mountain (my MTB is being repaired). Over all I have found this to be a good pack that dies what I was looking for I bought this model for the back panel airflow. It had mesh stretched over a grande that keeps the body of the pack off your back for the most part allowing good cooling. Makes a huge difference.
The reservoir is easy to take out and fill though I have had issues getting it properly closed again. It is pretty easy to get the lid to go on without being sealed so it leaks a better positive closed system would be nice (like it clicks when fully sealed). The bit valve works week and the magnetic keeper is nice, but it to can slowly leak under certain conditions usually when the bag is mostly full and the valve is hanging down.
I got the m/l and it has room for my wrenches, multitool, pump, extra tubes, tire levers, wallet, phone, keys, gel packs, power bar s even when the reservoir is filled to max. I could probably get my gloves and windbreaker in there too and would still have exterior pockets to use. So it is great for a 3 hour ride, but if you need space for equipment and bulkier (ie pants and coat) outer layer you might get a bigger pack.
Everything seems solid in the construction and it has some nice touches in the details. The wallet/phone pocket is easy to access and is padded. There is a clip for your keys it has a built in train cover. A helmet keeper that holds my Bell Super, and a secure way of clipping a tail light on
All in all a week made pack that has nice details