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Exos 58

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great all-around backpack if you don't overload it. With less than 35lbs of well-chosen gear, it works for both weekend and long haul trips, and you can manage 40lbs for a couple of days. I'm a 5'7", 145 pound, 63-year-old woman who works in the backcountry in summer, usually for 6-8 days at a time. My pack has to be light enough to let me move quickly, but big enough to carry my personal and work gear. I can't carry the 55 pound loads that I did when I was younger. After a year of frequent… Full review

Atmos 65 AG

rated 3 of 5 stars The revised Osprey Atmos AG 65 is a well-made pack that fixes many of the problems with previous models; however, the new edition of the pack is much heavier than earlier models. If the increased weight does not concern you then you will like the changes. All in all this is a robust pack that may no longer fit the needs of lightweight backpackers. I tried a size large pack; I weighed it at the local REI, and it weighed 5 pounds 4 ounces. Last year's model weighed 3 pounds 12 ounces on the same scale… Full review

Volt 60

rated 5 of 5 stars Very versatile pack, excellent adjustable fit, nice mix of useful features, and light. I got this pack as a replacement for an Osprey Aether 60 that after many years of reliable use, finally succumbed during a night where busy large rodents sought salt and something to do at a camp up high last fall. Nary a strap was untouched, some severely, but I was able to complete the trip with shoulder straps hanging by threads, literally. The Volt is less expensive, notably lighter, and even more adjustable… Full review

Exos 58

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is an excellent light pack for UL backpackers who can go for seven days with a starting load under 30 lbs (2014 model). This would make a great thru-hiker pack. I bought this pack to replace my aging REI Cruise UL 60 pack. I love the EXOS 58's comfort, even with 30 lbs. The mesh back panel rides very comfortably and is cooler by far than my mesh covered foam REI back panel.  Inside this single compartment pack is a small QR buckle to hold up your hydration bladder in its sleeve. Also there's… Full review

Poco

rated 5 of 5 stars This product is well made with great supporting accessories. There are too many child carriers that are made for a stroll in the parking lot to the trailhead and back to the vehicle. Once parents or grandparents leave that parking lot it is critical that the equipment used provide the additional safety and protection needed in the outdoors. Of course it is also critical that the unit be comfortable for both the youngster being carried and the adult doing the carrying. Previous to having children… Full review

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Osprey Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Reviewer Ben Rivers Wins Osprey Aether Backpack
Congratulations, Ben! You've won an Aether 70 backpack, thanks to Osprey ($290 value), for sharing your ENO tarp review. Have fun exploring Tennessee with your new backpack. Read more
March 31, 2014

Last Week: Review Your Gear to Win an Osprey Pack
What's your favorite or least favorite piece of gear? Tell us about it in a review this week and you're entered to win an Aether 70 or Ariel 65 backpack from Osprey ($290 value). Read more
March 24, 2014

Review Your Gear to Win an Osprey Aether or Ariel Pack
Hit the mountains and trails for longer with a pack from Osprey's "bestselling backpacking series on the market." Review your outdoor gear and you could win an Aether 70 or Ariel 65 ($290 value). Read more
March 17, 2014

Win an Aether 70 or Ariel 65 Backpack from Osprey
Review your outdoor gear now through Sunday, March 30, and you could win your own Aether 70 (men's) or Ariel 65 (women's) pack, thanks to Osprey ($290 value). Read more
March 7, 2014

Winter Packs, Trail Runners, American Made: OR Day 2
Packs for backcountry skiing, rando, summit pushes, and expeditions. Nano skis and winter trail runners and hikers. American-made bars for dogs, fine mountain wear, and merino wool socks: Day 2 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 23, 2014

Outdoor Retailer: Kids Ride High with Osprey and Piggyback Rider
Deuter may command 63 percent of the child carrier market, but it's about to have a few more contenders. Osprey and Piggyback Rider debut kid carriers to haul your progeny into the backcountry and around town. Read more
August 2, 2011

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Osprey Packs
115 West Progress Circle
Cortez, CO 81321
USA

phone: (970) 564-5900
toll-free: (866) 284-7830

website: www.ospreypacks.com
email: info@ospreypacks.com