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- Great for hiking
- Thoughtful to the last detail
- Antigravity system
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May become my “forever” pack!
The pack gets a 5; REI’s in store service gets a 4. With a 20-inch torso, I fall into the gray area between a large and medium. A year ago, I bought last year’s version of the pack at an REI store; the staff person who fitted me said I should use a medium (I suspect that might have been partially mo...
I asked the store employee for any alternative carry-on backpacks, but he told me that with my condition I’m sh*t out of luck and that I’ll have to settle for a larger pack for those perks. So I tried out the Atmos AG 50 and the Gregory Katmai 55, which distributed the weight quite nicely (filled the pack with 15KG and no pain or pressure on the shoulders).
The Best, Dont even TRY other packs.
The best pack, hands down. For those confused, this is the 2018 model. Head to the osprey site, watch the sizing videos and take a look at the charts and measurements. Pick the right size and BUY it already. Pay attention to the in-between size recommendation. Once you get this thing dialed in you w...
Osprey Atmos AG 50 Backpack
So, having taken that closer look at the Osprey Atmos AG 50, you can see why we are so excited about this pack that innovative suspension system that makes this carry so well fit so great, while providing that ventilation. Any and all of the organizational features you might Need for extended stay in the back country. Great pack for through hikers
I have been using a 65L non-osprey pack for about 7 years now. Up to this point I thought mild back pain was just part of backpacking. I have used my new Atmos AG 50 for five hikes now and I love it. I no longer have back pain and the pack fits like a glove. It has plenty of pockets on the outside a...
Indifferent Customer Service - DO NOT BUY DIRECTLY FROM OSPREY
If there's an issue with this pack and you bought it from a reseller like REI, chances are you're ok. If you bought it directly from Osprey, you're screwed. - the packs are based primarily on torso length, so if you are tall and thin the waist belt will slide down over your hips and you will be carr...
Outdoor Vitals Shadowlight Backpack???
The frame is tall enough to actually transfer the load, the Roebic (sp?) / Spectra combination material is extremely durable--far superior to a typical Dyneema material, and the rest of the pack is very functional as well (I actually love the zipper back which is a two way zipper so if one breaks you still have the other one to see and access all your gear without pulling it out).
It's like your not even wearing it
I've been contemplating purchasing a new pack for a while but after getting back from a 3 day 45+ mile trip I decided the time was now. I have been using my old 65L external frame pack for years and needed to update and downsize. I spent 1 1/2 hours at my local REI test driving packs and I kept comi...
Well designed, Well built
I used this backback for 3 days in Nepal, and recently in Eagle rock loop trail (27 miles backpacking). The anti-gravity works great. I didn't feel the hanging load in my shoulders. The shoulder straps are very soft, and doesn't add extra pressure. Doesn't come with the Hydration pack, but I bought ...
34.65 x 15.35 x 14.96 inches
4 lbs. 5 oz.