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Hydraulics Reservoir

rated 5 of 5 stars A great reservoir! And easy maintenance. Here is another great product by Osprey! This product comes in both 2L and 3L, mine of which being the 3L, and it is held well, and offers plenty of water for the backcountry. I've had a few reservoirs, and this one is my favorite to date.   It fits into multiple packs well, even at 3Ls.  Including a Talon 22, which is not the largest pack, but 3L is held just fine; as well as my Kid Carrier by a different brand (which I was a little leery of the fit, but… Full review

Atmos 65

rated 3 of 5 stars Nice and light, terrible side pockets, front stretch pocket is good, front zippered pockets are pointless. I find the hip straps and overall hip area to be uncomfortable. I've had this a year now and have had it out on four trips, a total of five nights/days. So not much. I generally like Osprey and knew this was a well-liked pack so I gave it a try. It's OK, but not great. The side pockets are horrible. They are clearly not designed for bottles because you have to struggle to get standard Nalgenes… Full review

Quantum

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great backpack for school, carry-on luggage, or short camping trips. It had held up very well to all the abuse I have subjected it to over the last four years. I'm a 5"10' and 190 lbs guy and the Quantum fits me perfectly. I used it though college, several weeklong trips with air travel and camping. It didn't require any breaking-in to be comfortable. It's more than adequate to hold everything you could need for a week with room to spare. I highly recommend the Osprey Quantum.  Full review

Aether 70

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I love this pack. It's comfortable, even when loaded down pretty heavily. It holds a ton of gear but allows you to access that gear more easily than a lot of other packs. The quantity and positioning of compression straps make it easy to reign in smaller loads, as well as help me exercise pretty good pack discipline on shorter trips. The sleeping bag compartment is huge, which is nice. I also really like that I can keep my trekking poles on the side when I don't need them, rather than reaching around,… Full review

Volt 75

rated 5 of 5 stars Great fit without a lot of weight. I would definitely recommend this backpack for anyone doing a 3-4 night outing. Just purchased this pack in July 2014. Have used it 4 times in the Adirondacks of NY and AT in NJ and Maine. I bought it for the lesser pack weight of 3lbs 12oz vs my other, older Osprey pack. This is a one-size-fits-all pack with an adjustable stay system that I really liked, especially if you're an in-between size like me. It carries 4,700 cu, so I did have to choose my gear wisely… Full review

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Osprey Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Meet Daniel Oates, Trailspace's Reviewer of the Month
Congratulations, Daniel Oates, Trailspace's newest Reviewer of the Month. The North Carolina backpacker and geocacher wins a pair of Brooks PureGrit 3 trail running shoes, plus a prize pack of outdoor goodies. Read more
June 16

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

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

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

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

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

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USA

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