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Osprey Xenith 105

rated 4.0 of 5 stars
photo: Osprey Xenith 105 expedition pack (70l+)


Medium Large XL
Price MSRP: $400.00
Historic Range: $214.50-$400.00
Reviewers Paid: $300.00
Load Range 50-80 lbs
Weight 5.67 lbs 5.78 lbs 5.89 lbs
Volume 6,407 cu in / 105 L 6,652 cu in / 109 L 6,896 cu in / 113 L
Dimensions 34.65 x 16.14 x 18.11 in 36.61 x 16.14 x 18.11 in 38.58 x 16.14 x 18.11 in
Fabric Main - 420D High Tenacity Nylon / Accent - 210D High Tenacity Nylon / Bottom - 500D Nylon Packcloth


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

A big pack. Understand that it is mostly one compartment. There are not lots of small pocket on this thing. Meant to haul a lot of gear, this thing is big, but in a wide and out kind of way. It is not much taller than most other 60L Ospreys, but goes out much further instead.


  • Big bag for large loads


  • It's big. Make sure it sits high enough.

Bought this pack for a PCT section hike. This thing is big. Went on an overnight. So far works well.

Make sure hip straps are high enough. Mine were to low and bruised me.

Good pack for longer trips, but too big for just a night or two.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: Conservation Corp worker got it online. $280


Welcome to Trailspace, Uli.

6 years ago

I just bought this pack for an Aconcagua trip coming up. I used to have a Gregory Denali Pro (from 2005) which is durable as can be. Still early in evaluation, but this pack is a lot more comfortable than the old Gregory—better hip support and shoulder straps work great too.

Only negative so far is the water bottle holders. They are not really accessible unless you put the pack down, which means no drinking unless you stop. That's a negative for me. Still trying to see if there is a workaround.


  • Comfort
  • Good hip belt support


  • Location of water bottle pouch

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $300


Welcome to Trailspace, Jon. I hope you'll keep us posted on how the pack and your other gear works out for your Aconcagua trip.

7 years ago

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