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Osprey Aether Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

4.66
based on 1,124 reviews


We have checked more than a thousand reviews and found 9 reasons to buy the Aether - and 3 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


93% of the reviewers give the Osprey Aether a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (84%)
Good (9%)
Average (2%)
Poor (1%)
Bad (1%)



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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Osprey Aether:

Reviewers like these things about the Osprey Aether

  • Most of the reviewers said that it is a do-everything pack that is perfect for vacations.
  • Many of them said that the pack is light weight and stable to carry.
  • They also said that the pack is well designed and is much durable for long vacations.
  • Some buyers said that the pack has great capacity to carry all stuffs for hiking and travelling.
  • Many of the buyers agreed that the pack has the most advanced suspension system for comfortable carry.
  • Numerous reviewers are happy to have a rain cover with the pack.
  • Many of the users said that the good padding provided a comfortable wear and helped them to carry the pack for longer hours with ease.
  • Some travellers are also happy with the interchangeable harness and hip belt.
  • A user also said that the adjustable torso lenght helped to carry the pack comfortably for hiking.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A few buyers said that the pack is very expensive to buy.
  • A user said that the pack is no good without a hydration bladder.
  • Another user said that the pack could have come with some more pockets and could have been lighter.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Osprey Aether models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity60-85 l (3661-5187 cuin)
Weight iconWeight4.4-5.3 oz (2-2.4 kg)
Length iconLength24-34 in (61-86 cm)
Width13-17 in (33-43 cm)
Height12-15 in (30-38 cm)


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Backpacking
Hiking
Cycling
Travel
School
Sport



Popular Models


Osprey Aether 70

51% choose the Osprey Aether 70

51 %
Colors and combinations:

Blue
Green
Grey
Orange


Specs
Capacity iconCapacity70 l (4272 cuin)
Weight iconWeight5.2 oz (2.4 kg)
Length iconLength24 in (61 cm)
Width13 in (33 cm)
Height14 in (36 cm)


Osprey Aether 60

24% choose the Osprey Aether 60

24 %
Colors and combinations:

Blue
Green
Orange
Red


Specs
Capacity iconCapacity60 l (3661 cuin)
Weight iconWeight4.4 oz (2 kg)
Length iconLength29 in (74 cm)
Width13.5 in (34 cm)
Height12 in (30 cm)


Osprey Aether 85

11% choose the Osprey Aether 85

11 %
Colors and combinations:

Blue
Green
Orange


Specs
Capacity iconCapacity85 l (5187 cuin)
Weight iconWeight5.3 oz (2.4 kg)
Length iconLength34 in (86 cm)
Width17 in (43 cm)
Height15 in (38 cm)


Osprey Aether Ag 70

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8% choose the Osprey Aether Ag 70

8 %
Colors and combinations:

Green




Osprey Aether Ag 60

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7% choose the Osprey Aether Ag 60

7 %
Colors and combinations:

Green






Osprey Aether 60 vs Aether 70


The two most popular Osprey Aether models are the Aether 60 and the Aether 70, so let's compare them:

Popularity and Prices

In total, 75% of the people interested in the Osprey Aether bags choose one of these two models. The most popular choice is the Aether 70 which is choosen by 51% (2.1 times as many as the 24% that choose the Aether 60).

Aether 60Aether 70
Most popular

Looking at the prices, the Aether 60 is typically around $30 cheaper than the Aether 70, but check the deals before you buy.

Aether 60Aether 70
Cheapest

Capacity and Packing

The Aether 60 has a capacity of 60 l, while the Aether 70 has a capacity of 70 l.

Aether 60Aether 70
Biggest

For a traveller, the 10 L (610 cuin) difference equals around 1 blouse, 1 pants and 1 book.

Packing the Aether 60
laptop
1
toilet_bag
1
blouse
2
pants
2
tshirt
6
boxers
6
socks
6
shorts
2
jacket
1
shoes
1
towel
1
book
2
Extra in the Aether 70
blouse
1
pants
1
book
1

If you are an athlete, the 10 L difference equals 1 blouse, 1 towel and 1 book.

Packing the Aether 60
water_bottle
3
toilet_bag
1
blouse
1
tshirt
3
boxers
3
socks
3
shorts
2
jacket
1
shoes
2
protein_bar
4
towel
1
football
1
book
1
Extra in the Aether 70
blouse
1
towel
1
book
1

Outdoor people can equal the capacity difference as 1 water bottle, 1 trangia and 2 packaged meals.

Packing the Aether 60
water_bottle
2
toilet_bag
1
blouse
1
pants
1
tshirt
3
boxers
3
socks
3
shorts
1
jacket
1
fleece
1
protein_bar
2
towel
1
book
1
sleeping_bag
1
packaged_meal
4
Extra in the Aether 70
water_bottle
1
trangia
1
packaged_meal
2

Check how you can pack the Aether here.

Weight and dimensions

The weight of the Aether 60 is 0.8 kg (28.2 oz) lower than the weight of the Aether 70.

Aether 60Aether 70
Lightest

If we look at dimensions, both the Aether 60 and the Aether 70 has the same length (29 in). Both bags are the same width (13.5 in), while the height of the Aether 60 is 2 in (5 cm) less than the height of the Aether 70 (12 vs. 14 in).

Features and Colors

Both models are available in blue, green and orange. Only the Aether 60 is available in red. Only the Aether 70 is available in grey.




Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Osprey Aether features:
  • Sleeping bag compartment
  • Hydration bladder
  • Lumbar pack lid
  • Compression straps
  • Stretch mesh
  • Sternum strap
  • Adjustable torso
  • Side pockets

Some sources also mention these features:
  • Hip belt
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops
  • Hip belt pockets
  • Hydration compatible
  • Load-lifter straps
  • Detachable lid

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Packing Guide


See how much a traveller, an athlete and an outdoorsy person can pack in the different Osprey Aether models (the most popular choice is the Aether 70).




Capacity/Weight Levels


The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

ModelCapacityWeightLevel
6060 l4.4 oz0.07 oz/L
7070 l5.2 oz0.07 oz/L
8585 l5.3 oz0.06 oz/L
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Osprey Aether
Average for 22,435+ different bags




Rankings


vs Osprey Bags

The Osprey Aether ranks #5 compared with the other Osprey bags.

Top 5% Osprey bag

3Osprey Mutant
4.71
Osprey Mutant
4Osprey Porter
4.67
Osprey Porter
5Osprey Aether
4.66
Osprey Aether
6Osprey Ariel
4.61
Osprey Ariel
7Osprey Exos
4.57
Osprey Exos

vs All Bags

The Osprey Aether ranks #36 compared with all the bags we have checked.

Top 5% bag

34Gregory Jade
4.66
Gregory Jade
35Osprey Aether
4.66
Osprey Aether
36Victorinox Packable
4.66
Victorinox Packable
37Hoperay Packing Cubes
4.65
Hoperay Packing Cubes
38Kipling Carton
4.65
Kipling Carton



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the Osprey Aether vs 12 other, similar bags.

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Some sources mention this feature


Osprey Aether vs Arcteryx Altra


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Arcteryx Altra
Arcteryx Altra

3.82

Based on 79 reviews

Capacity:
Weight: 2.2-2.9 oz
Price:

  • The Aether is rated better than the Altra.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,203 reviews of the two bags.
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 83% heavier than the biggest Altra (5.3 oz vs 2.9 oz).

FeatureAetherAltra
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Orange
Grey




Osprey Aether vs Deuter Aircontact


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Deuter Aircontact
Deuter Aircontact

4.47

Based on 79 reviews

Capacity: 50-65 l
Weight: 2.5-6.8 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit better than the Aircontact.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,203 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 31% bigger than the biggest Aircontact (85 L vs 65 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 28% lighter than the biggest Aircontact (5.3 oz vs 6.8 oz).

FeatureAetherAircontact
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Raincover included
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue
Grey

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Green
Orange
Red

Only the Aircontact is available in these colors:
Black
Brown




Osprey Aether vs Gregory Baltoro


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Gregory Baltoro
Gregory Baltoro

4.61

Based on 1,338 reviews

Capacity: 65-95 l
Weight: 1.5-5.4 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated about the same as the Baltoro.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 2,462 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 12% smaller than the biggest Baltoro (85 L vs 95 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 2% lighter than the biggest Baltoro (5.3 oz vs 5.4 oz).

FeatureAetherBaltoro
Adjustable torso
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Organizer panel
Raincover included
Removable daypack
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Ventilated back panel
Water bottle pockets

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Grey
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange

Only the Baltoro is available in these colors:
Black

For the adventure lovers and individuals who love exploring nature and going for hikes, it is imperative to get a reliable backpack. The right backpack should be durable, comfortable and spacious. You can count on both Osprey Aether and Gregory Baltoro for that. However, they differ in some features.

Gregory Baltoro exceeds the Osprey Aether regarding volume and has a sophisticated design. You can access your items from the top, bottom, and sides.

Osprey Aether, on the other hand, has a J-zip zipper that allows you to access stuff from the top and front sides only.

Gregory Baltoro is rich in pockets that make organization of items more manageable. It has hip-belt and drinks or water bottle compartment.

Osprey Aether, however, beats the Gregory Baltoro regarding comfort. The latter is praised for its superior fit, but generally, it is not as durable as the Osprey Aether.


Osprey Aether vs Gregory Stout


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Gregory Stout
Gregory Stout

4.03

Based on 183 reviews

Capacity: 30-65 l
Weight: 1.5-3.8 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated somewhat better than the Stout.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,307 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 31% bigger than the biggest Stout (85 L vs 65 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 39% heavier than the biggest Stout (5.3 oz vs 3.8 oz).

FeatureAetherStout
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Organizer panel
Raincover included
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Ventilated back panel

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Orange
Grey

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Red

Only the Stout is available in these colors:
Black




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Ariel


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Ariel
Osprey Ariel

4.61

Based on 540 reviews

Capacity: 55-75 l
Weight: 2.5-4.8 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated about the same as the Ariel.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,664 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 13% bigger than the biggest Ariel (85 L vs 75 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 10% heavier than the biggest Ariel (5.3 oz vs 4.8 oz).

FeatureAetherAriel
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue
Grey
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Green
Orange

Only the Ariel is available in these colors:
Brown




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Atmos


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66

Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Atmos
Osprey Atmos

4.73
BEST
Based on 2,649 reviews

Capacity: 50-65 l
Weight: 4.4 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit worse than the Atmos.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 3,773 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 31% bigger than the biggest Atmos (85 L vs 65 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 20% heavier than the biggest Atmos (5.3 oz vs 4.4 oz).

FeatureAetherAtmos
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Ventilated back panel
Waterproof
Zippered top

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Grey
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Exos


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Exos
Osprey Exos

4.57

Based on 1,302 reviews

Capacity: 38-58 l
Weight: 2.3-2.6 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit better than the Exos.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 2,426 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 47% bigger than the biggest Exos (85 L vs 58 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 104% heavier than the biggest Exos (5.3 oz vs 2.6 oz).

FeatureAetherExos
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Organizer panel
Seam taped
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sleeping pad attatchment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Ultralight
Ventilated back panel

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange
Grey
Red

Only the Exos is available in these colors:
Black




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Farpoint


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Farpoint
Osprey Farpoint

4.56

Based on 2,251 reviews

Capacity: 38-76 l
Weight: 3-4 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit better than the Farpoint.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 3,375 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 12% bigger than the biggest Farpoint (85 L vs 76 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 32% heavier than the biggest Farpoint (5.3 oz vs 4 oz).

FeatureAetherFarpoint
Adjustable torso
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Laptop compartment
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Organizer panel
Removable daypack
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue
Grey
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Green
Orange

Only the Farpoint is available in these colors:
Black




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Kestrel


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Kestrel
Osprey Kestrel

4.47

Based on 1,141 reviews

Capacity: 26-46 l
Weight: 2.4-3.8 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit better than the Kestrel.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 2,265 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 85% bigger than the biggest Kestrel (85 L vs 46 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 39% heavier than the biggest Kestrel (5.3 oz vs 3.8 oz).

FeatureAetherKestrel
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Raincover included
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Waterproof

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Grey
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange

Only the Kestrel is available in these colors:
Black




Osprey Aether vs Osprey Volt


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Volt
Osprey Volt

4.25

Based on 151 reviews

Capacity: 60-75 l
Weight: 3.4-4 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated slightly better than the Volt.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,275 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 13% bigger than the biggest Volt (85 L vs 75 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 32% heavier than the biggest Volt (5.3 oz vs 4 oz).

FeatureAetherVolt
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Red

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange
Grey

Only the Volt is available in these colors:
Black

The Osprey Aether and Osprey Volt are both geared towards campers. They're designed to rest the weight on your hips rather than your shoulders and their torso harnesses makes it incredibly easy to tote your luggage around as you see fit. Regardless of which pack you pick you're going to be prepared for camping.

The key differences to understand are the additional features. The Volt has a trekking pole while the Aether uses load compression to increase the load you can store.


Osprey Aether vs Osprey Xenith


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


Osprey Xenith
Osprey Xenith

4.54

Based on 194 reviews

Capacity: 85-105 l
Weight: 5.1-5.45 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Aether is rated a little bit better than the Xenith.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,318 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Aether is 24% smaller than the biggest Xenith (85 L vs 105 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Aether is 3% lighter than the biggest Xenith (5.3 oz vs 5.45 oz).

FeatureAetherXenith
Abrasion resistant
Adjustable torso
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Load-lifter straps
Lumbar pack lid
Organizer panel
Removable daypack
Seam taped
Side pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Sleeping pad attatchment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh

Both bags are available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Grey

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Orange
Red

Only the Xenith is available in these colors:
Black

Osprey provided the Aether and the Xenith for people who are planning an upcountry or hiking expedition. Sporting Osprey's signature LightWire suspension system,Both are built with long-lasting material and are designed with many storage compartments as well as support and comfort features.

Major differences

  • Osprey Aether is built with 210 Nylon Dobby with the Xenith is constructed with 420D High Tenacity Nylon and 500D Nylon Packcloth for the bottom.

  • Tougher fabric on the Xenith.

  • The Xenith has a BioForm harness and heat-molded hip belt so that it can fit anyone's size dimensions.

  • The Xenith has 4 access points to the main compartment, more external pocket and a larger load capacity.




Osprey Aether vs ULA Catalyst


Osprey Aether
Osprey Aether

4.66
BEST
Based on 1,124 reviews
Capacity: 60-85 l
Weight: 4.4-5.3 oz
Price: $$$


ULA Catalyst

0.00

Based on 0 reviews

Capacity:
Weight:
Price:

  • The Aether is rated quite a lot better than the Catalyst.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,124 reviews of the two bags.

Only the Aether is available in these colors:
Green
Blue
Orange
Grey
Red







Selected Reviews


We are Explorers

The Osprey Aether 60AG greatly exceeded my expectations and while I spent some time humping it all over the shop, not once did I whinge about having sore shoulders or a sore back. I am sure the lads I was hiking with would attest to my annoying proclamations of comfort as they battled with their less comfortable packs.

Posted 3 August 2018 by Dan Parkes - Read full review

Dirtbag Dreams

After a month of being dragged around rocky fields, thrown in and out of cars and planes, exposed to constant rain and sun and an ungodly sharp plant called the sweet-thorn bush, it shows virtually no signs of wear.

Posted 21 September 2017 by Mike Kimmel - Read full review

Backcountry Skiing Canada

Overall the 2017 Ariel and Aether AG series is a remarkable improvement over it’s predecessors and well worth the upgrade particularly if, like me, you like to move more efficiently and take it a little easier on your body so that you can focus on getting out to enjoy being out in the mountains.

Posted 5 August 2017 by Marian - Read full review

Bushwalking Blog

I really liked the front pocket, if you haven’t loaded up the straps, it functions well as somewhere to stow a couple of maps and a book within easy reach when you need them on the trail.

Posted 16 June 2017 by Michael - Read full review

Backcountry Skiing Canada

This is a well built, full feature, multi-day carrying machine. The Osprey Aether can literally do it all from summer hikes to winter ski tours—be sure to check it out!

Posted 9 July 2013 by Brad - Read full review

Review Outdoor Gear


Posted 1 July 2013

Backcountry Skiing Canada

The design is well thought out, the pack has many unique features that only Osprey offers, is built tough, has many add-ons to compliment the pack, and comfortable as they get.

Posted 2 April 2011 by Brad - Read full review

Backpack Gear Test

This is a feature laden pack which might receive a little customization. Overall it is a good fit, functional and comfortable backpack to carry.

Posted 14 July 2009 by Paul Schilke - Read full review

Backpack Gear Test

It is big enough pack for family vacations. The hydration sleeve holds all sizes of hydration bladder. The pack is comfortable to carry.

Posted 24 December 2008 by Raymond Estrella - Read full review

Backpack Gear Test

It is a lightweight pack with good suspension system. The durability of the pack is also very good and can be used as a regular daypack.

Posted 28 February 2007 by David Bradish - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019