Osprey Crescent 75

2 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   2
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Reviews

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This company has an awesome setup for their packs.

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Max. Load Carried: 64 lbs. (Much gear mounted outside pack)
Height of Owner: 6'2"
Price Paid: Don't even remeber

This company has an awesome setup for their packs. This pack is perfect for trips lasting less then two weeks+. It has the best fit and performance of all the packs I've ever owned.

The perks are features consistent with all of Osprey's packs- to include heat molded waist straps for a quicker fit and shorter break in period, an indented area behind your neck so that the pack does not get in the way of your looking directly over head, a standard mini-ruck with waist straps for...whatever...and a "suspension" system which softens the load. Side pockets commonly used for water bottles were easily within reach.

The company makes good on their promise to send you a free hat if you send in a picture of you using your pack. I've seen nicer hats, but the price was right.

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This is a perfect all around pack. By distributing…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: top loading internal
Size: 4500- 5000
Number of Pockets: 5
Max. Load Carried: 75+ lbs
Height of Owner: 5'6"
Price Paid: around $325

This is a perfect all around pack. By distributing most of the weight onto your hips instead of the shoulders, it carries loads very easily. I have had it packed with two weeks of gear at over 75 lbs as well as taking it on long day hikes. It's a little heavy for day hikes, but the removable top loader and stays allow for a lot of weight reduction. Beware of excessively long straps all of the pack though.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Osprey Crescent 75 BackpackSeeking a pack that combines maximum comfort with moderate capacity for shorter trips? Look no further. The Crescent 75 shares its capable ReCurve Suspension with the 90 and 110, but with composite for strut material to maintain flexibility with smaller loads. The Solo Excessory with built-in harness is now standard on this pack to provide additional capacity and organization. Features:Vertical zippered access to main compartment under compression flap Hydration pocket in convertible top lid/fanny pack Solo Excessory is standard equipment Easy access sleeping bag compartment Built-in side pockets

- US Outdoor Store

Seeking a pack that combines maximum comfort with moderate capacity for shorter trips? Look no further. The Crescent 75 shares its capable ReCurve Suspension with the 90 and 110, but with composite for strut material to maintain flexibility with smaller l

- Moosejaw

Osprey Crescent 75

Discontinued

The Crescent 75 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$244.30 - $261.75

The Osprey Crescent 75 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 8, 2007 at GearTrade.

If you're looking for a new expedition pack (4,500+ cu in), check out the best reviewed current models.