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Osprey Atmos Review

4.8
Rating 4.8 based on 1,766 reviews

There are 2 different Osprey Atmos models from 50 to 65 L

Osprey Atmos 50

Osprey Atmos 50

Capacity
50 L (3051 CI)
Weight
192 oz (5.4 kg)
Volume/weight ratio
9 L/kg
Dimensions
16 x 14 x 31 in (41 x 36 x 79 cm)
Check the price
Amazon.comCampSaverMoosejaw
Osprey Atmos 65

Osprey Atmos 65

Capacity
65 L (3966 CI)
Weight
70 oz (2 kg)
Volume/weight ratio
32 L/kg
Dimensions
15 x 15 x 33 in (38 x 38 x 84 cm)
Check the price
Amazon.comCampSaverMoosejaw

Features

Compression straps, detachable lid, hip belt, hip belt pockets, hydration bladder, hydration compatible, ice axe/trekking pole loops, load-lifter straps, sleeping bag compartment, sternum strap and ventilated back panel.

Reviewers like these things about Osprey Atmos

  • Almost all of the reviewers said that it is a comfortable pack for daily commuting and also for weekend trips.
  • They also said that the adjustable torso length and hip belts help to keep the pack close to body for easy movements.
  • Many of them said that pack is built with good ventilation system that helped them to carry the pack for longer hours.
  • Some of them said that the hip belt pockets are large enough to help keep more stuffs for easy access.
  • The travellers are also happy to have a removable sleeping bag compartment zippered at the bottom of the pack.
  • Some reviewers said that the pack comes with great organizational pockets to keep things organized while travelling.
  • A user also mentioned that the dual entry water bottle pocket is amazing to carry.
  • Another user said that the pack comes with removable floating top which helps to reduce the overall weight of the pack also.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Many users complained that the pack doesn't have an integrated rain cover.
  • A user said that the external mesh pockets are more prone to ripping.
  • Some buyers have also said that the backpack is overall a heavy pack.

Osprey Atmos vs similar bags

Deuter Aircontact

Deuter Aircontact

  • Slightly better rated (4.8 vs 4.8 based on a total of 1,792 reviews)
  • 9 models available, capacity -1-70 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 20 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Gregory Baltoro

Gregory Baltoro

  • Rated slightly worse (4.7 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,309 reviews)
  • 4 models available, capacity 65-95 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 30 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Aether

Osprey Aether

  • Rated equal to Osprey Atmos (both 4.8)
  • 3 models available, capacity 60-85 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 90 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Aura

Osprey Aura

  • Rated slightly worse (4.7 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,321 reviews)
  • 2 models available, capacity 48-65 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 31 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Exos

Osprey Exos

  • Rated slightly worse (4.7 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,637 reviews)
  • 3 models available, capacity 38-58 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 45 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Farpoint

Osprey Farpoint

  • Rated slightly worse (4.7 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,834 reviews)
  • 4 models available, capacity 38-76 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 35 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Kestrel

Osprey Kestrel

  • Rated equal to Osprey Atmos (both 4.8)
  • 4 models available, capacity 26-46 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 25 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Stratos

Osprey Stratos

  • Rated slightly worse (4.6 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,364 reviews)
  • 5 models available, capacity -1-50 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 360 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Talon

Osprey Talon

  • Rated slightly worse (4.6 vs 4.8 based on a total of 2,743 reviews)
  • 5 models available, capacity 6-44 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 175 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com
Osprey Volt

Osprey Volt

  • Rated slightly worse (4.6 vs 4.8 based on a total of 1,866 reviews)
  • 2 models available, capacity 60-75 L
  • Average volume/weight ratio 38 L/kg
  • View on Amazon.com

Rankings

Ranks 22 compared with the other Osprey bags


Last updated on December 14, 2017

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