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- You probably won't even know it's on your back when you take that hike with the Atmos 50 - 2012 by Osprey®.
- Adjustable torso harness allows 3 in / 7.5 cm of adjustment for a fine-tuned fit.
- New pad design with spacer mesh and ventilated foam provide a breathable and supportive cushion.
- AirSpeed™ suspension with LightWire™ frame and 3D tensioned breathable mesh backpanel provides optimized pack balance, ventilation and support.
- Fit-On-The-Fly™ hipbelt design uses dual density foam for improved support and spacer mesh for breathability.
- Adjustable system allows the belt to be custom fitted with a 6 in / 15 cm total adjustment range.
- Hydration compatible with tube exit ports on both sides of the pack.
- Removable sleeping pad straps for added versatility.
- Floating top pocket with under lid mesh pocket can be easily removed.
- Zippered sleeping bag compartment with removable divider.
- Spacious main compartment for all your gear.
- Dual ice tool loops and bungee tool tieoffs.
- Dual vertical zip front pockets allow for easy gear organization.
- Ajustable shoulder straps with sliding sternum strap for added load management.
- Hipbelt features zip pockets for added storage on the go.
•SM: 2868 cu in / 62 L.
•MD: 3051 cu in / 65 L.
•LG: 3234 cu in / 68 L.
•SM: 3 lbs 1 oz / 1.39 kg.
•MD: 3 lbs 2 oz / 1.42 kg.
•LG: 3 lbs 4 oz / 1.48 kg.
- Bottom Width: 15 in
- Middle Width: 10 in
- Top Width: 10 1⁄2 in
- Depth: 10 in
- Height: 25 in
- Strap Length: 36 in
- Strap Drop: 15 in
- Handle Length: 8 in
- Handle Drop: 3 in
- Weight: 3 lbs 5 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Osprey Atmos 50
This is a great pack. Easy to organize. The suspension system is like no other. It allows real air circulation, yet maintains stability. I was skeptical, fearing the pack would feel like it was swinging around. I am a woman and own the Aura 50 (women-specific version of Atmos). My brother needed a pack, so I bought the Atmos 50 for him. Both packs will easily support 30+ lbs. Personally, I think if you're packing more than that, you are taking the kitchen sink. I haven't tried more weight. The padding is more than adequate for backpacking for several days. I use one of my Osprey Aura/Atmos packs I use as my Get Home Bag (i.e. 72hr bag). It's durable, yet lightweight. Get one!
I'd also recommend: Osprey Kestrel
- Anonymous - customer
- April 11, 2012
I took this pack to Zion National Park in Utah. The pack has a steel wire frame around the perimeter for support. An aluminum ferrule holds the ends together at the bottom. The wire digs into your buttocks just below the belt line. After 20 miles you want to throw it off a cliff. When I got it home I tried to flex the wire away from the sore spots and broke the ferrule. I sent it to Osprey who fixed it right away. Good company but this one is a bad design. Whatever you buy, try it on with weight in it first. Kelty is pretty bombproof. I have many packs but nothing so far can beat my Kelty Agile.
I'd also recommend: kelty
- Anonymous - customer
- from N.E. N.J.
- August 13, 2011
Did 5 days in the Grand Canyon with this pack. Outstanding quality. Great ventilation for your back. Solid construction. Thoughtful features. Comfortable straps and hip belt.
- Anonymous - customer
- December 23, 2012