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Osprey Levity Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 14 reasons to buy the Levity - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.





Reviews Summary


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

Reviewers like these things about the Osprey Levity

  • A lot of users said that they found it incredibly comfy, the ventilated system worked like a charm.
  • Many hikers said that they took it on a 3 week trip in Nepal and they were blown away as despite incredibly steep climbs they barely felt the pack at all.
  • Another group of owners expressed that given its weight and the breathe ability of this pack they would recommend this for those looking for a lightweight weekend or week long hike.
  • Several owners said they would recommend this as they were extremely pleased with the way this pack is holding up to the abuse.
  • Few users said that it's a good solid quality pack that meet their expectations.
  • Some users found that this product is true to its name after using it in a single day 20 mile distance as it has performed amazingly well.
  • Many owners were wowed as they found this bag super comfortable and very light.
  • Another group of owners said that tey've taken this pack on devils path with bushwhacking up a few of the summits and this pack held up like champ.
  • Many users said that this pack has a great suspension system.
  • Few owners find it easy to load, nice lightweight and they said it's great for weekend to multi day trips.
  • Many owners said that its medium size pack rides at just the right height for all.
  • day comfort without issue.
  • Another group of users mentioned that one best thing about it is it comes with load lifters while other lightweight packs are built without it.
  • A lot of owners said they like its removable cords for compression as it work really well when cinching down the pac with smaller loads.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some owners wish there were hipbelt pockets.
  • Few users said that the outside pockets didn't hold a lot and got very tight when the pack was full.


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Backpacking
Hiking
Cycling
Travel
School
Sport



Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Osprey Levity features:
  • Sternum strap
  • Ultralight
  • Side pockets
  • Hydration compatible
  • Hip belt

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


Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparison of the Osprey Levity vs the Osprey Exos.

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Osprey Levity vs Osprey Exos


Osprey Levity
Osprey Levity

0.00

Based on 0 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price: $$$


Osprey Exos
Osprey Exos

4.58
BEST
Based on 1,281 reviews

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

  • The Levity is rated quite a lot worse than the Exos.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,281 reviews of the two bags.

FeatureLevityExos
Compression straps
Detachable lid
Hip belt
Hip belt pockets
Hydration bladder
Hydration compatible
Ice axe/trekking pole loops
Organizer panel
Seam taped
Side pockets
Sleeping pad attatchment
Sternum strap
Stretch mesh
Ultralight
Ventilated back panel

Only the Levity is available in these colors:
Grey

Only the Exos is available in these colors:
Black
Blue
Green

Hiking backpacks are a very specific sort of thing. You don't want to risk going overboard with your design and you don't want to necessarily skimp on important features. Osprey has taken its decades of experience in this area and used it to create two of the best hiking backpacks out there.

The Levity is designed for someone who wants to experience the outdoors with all the works. You'll have the complete package to help you enjoy your hike as you want to. The Exos is designed for those who might want to stick to the basics. It isn't particularly fancy but it should provide enough.





Selected Reviews


Gear Junkie

The Levity and Lumina are niche tools for those who want a nice suspension in a super light pack. These carry a lot like the Anti-Gravity series of Osprey packs, which work so well some of our testers call them the most comfortable backpacks they’ve worn.

Posted 27 March 2018 by Sean McCoy - Read full review

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Last updated on May 12, 2019