Osprey Exos 58-Litre Backpack (Jungle Green, Small)
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- Modified Airspeed Suspension
- Highly ventilated and supportive BioStretch harness
- Biostretch hipbelt
- Hydration compatible backpanel sleeve with external hose routing
- 2 vertical zippered front pockets and 2 tool attchments
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|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Package Height||4.25 x 15 x 22.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Style Name||Exos 58|
Super Light weight backpacking pack features a superlight 7mm webbing side compression, stow-on-th-go Trekking Pole Attachment, front stretch woven pocket, reflective detail to front pocket, cord tie-off points, under-lid pocket, zippered mesh hipbelt pockets, sleeping pad straps, and side stretch woven pockets with inner or outer compression
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My one issue is that it's just not very adjustable - I am 5'10" with a 30" waist, so I got the medium. I have a relatively long torso for my height, and narrow hips. I have to pull the waist belt almost completely tight, and the straps are barely tall enough for me (they're totally fine with loads < 30lbs, which is about what this pack should carry anyhow). If I were to get the large, the straps would likely fit better, but the belt would be too big. In the past I've been able to mix and match belts/straps with osprey packs which was great, and while I know they made some concessions for weight savings here, it may not be worth it if you're a non-standard shape. Maybe go down to an REI and try one of these on with weight before buying it.
Much like the Atmos series of packs, this pack has a comfortable full mesh back, hip-belt pockets and external pockets with a removable lid. The difference? They have used spacer mesh and lighter weight materials in an effort to shave off the better part of half a pound. The result is phenomenal comfort and a super-light package.
I plan on using this pack for a 5 day trek of the west coast trail. As a result of careful planning and gear selection my pack weight total is 23.5lbs, and at this weight and balance the pack rides perfectly. At 27 the straps begin to dig a bit and over 30 the pack feels unmanageable. I attribute this to a light foam hip-belt and air suspension which are not as tough as other packs in this size. In addition, the mesh used for the hipbelts and water bottle pockets is not the toughest material; it would be smart to avoid packing sharp objects in these areas.
Comfort, weight, function and appearance all score top marks for me - and this is one of my favorite packs out of owning nearly 20. Just keep the weight lower than you usually would and the pack will do the rest!
The pack rests comfortably and the air pocket not only keeps my back cool but it helped keep my water from getting too warm in the 85F hikes. I was pleasantly surprised that after 5 hours it was still refreshing.
Loads of space within the pack, only be careful with where things are getting packed. If you pack your main bag first the outer pockets will be tighter to get stuff into and vice versa. Not a real knock on this particular bag but all bags really.
I'll edit in more once I am back home and not in the office I can go over the various features of the pack.