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Osprey grew from one person’s desire to use and make more comfortable, longer lasting and functionally sound packs. Over the last forty-something years we’ve stayed true to this ethos as we’ve grown as a company, a brand and our founder, Mike Pfotenhauer, is still the mad hatter leading our designs and innovations.

We guarantee everything we make, forever. Our products are built to last, but should anything happen we’ll make a functional repair or provide a replacement.

Osprey is a melting pot of professional misfits, there’s no mold to fit here. Diverse personalities, backgrounds, and abilities make us what we are today: crafters of the highest quality products in the industry. We live, work and play in Cortez, Colorado, where life moves at a slower pace and traffic jams are caused by cattle drives. Everywhere we look, from the desert canyons to our west, to the grandeur of the San Juan mountains to our east, we’re immersed in natural riches, and there’s always something new to find if you’re willing to scratch below the surface.

We’re inspired by and celebrate the desire to explore life with curiosity and passion. We don’t believe that adventure is accessible to few, it’s open to everyone and is found anywhere you have the willingness to look. Some find it summiting lofty peaks in remote ranges, mountain biking twisty singletrack, or travelling to new places near or far. Others find it on their children’s earliest adventures, either on their parent’s back or gently guided as they shoulder their first pack.

Wherever you find adventure, we’ve got your back.

Osprey: Selected For You

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Ultralight Stuff Pack

$34.95

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Talon 22

$109.95

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Savu

$55.00

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Daylite

$49.95

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Tempest 6

$74.95

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Stratos 24

$129.95

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Daylite

$49.95

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Kitsuma 3

$64.95

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Kitsuma 3

$64.95

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Viva 65

$219.95

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Kestrel 38

$159.95

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Skarab 18

$84.95

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Latest Osprey Reviews

Nebula

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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the accessory compartment needs a double zipper, without a double zipper this compartment is sheer Agony to use , items get lost and nothing is accessible directly from the top without opening the entire zipper. How could a company like Osprey have overlooked this ? osprey, please look around, most reviewers feel the same way. thank you for your time. PS....please send me a zipper slider and a zipper pull so I can have my guy that works on packs fix this.

from Dominic Sacramento on August 03, 2020

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I bought this backpack a couple years ago and carried it on 3-4 days trip regularly. The fit and function was only surpassed by the comfort. This was the most comfortable pack I'd ever worn. The only down side was that there weren't any straps on the bottom which wasn't too bad until I went out west and had to add a bear can. The space required inside the pack wouldn't fit the bear can and all of my gear for a week long trip, but I liked the pack so much, I bought the 65 and have liked it just as much. I even bought my son the 65 a year later. Fantastic pack.

from North Carolina on August 02, 2020

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Katari 3

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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I like the pack, it fits well and is able to keep cold water throughout my ride. I wish there were more clear instructions on how to disassemble and clean it though. I recommend buying this for shorter rides.

from Lake County, FL on August 02, 2020

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I bought this backpack a couple years ago and carried it on 3-4 days trip regularly. The fit and function was only surpassed by the comfort. This was the most comfortable pack I'd ever worn. The only down side was that there weren't any straps on the bottom which wasn't too bad until I went out west and had to add a bear can. The space required inside the pack wouldn't fit the bear can and all of my gear for a week long trip, but I liked the pack so much, I bought the 65 and have liked it just as much. I even bought my son the 65 a year later. Fantastic pack.

from North Carolina on August 02, 2020

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75 L Farpoint Trek

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I bought this pack to use as luggage for a touring adventure around Africa/Europe. When I bought it I was also hoping it could double as my main hiking backpacking for multi night trips. It works perfectly for both. The airplane bag is great, just slip it on when you go to check your bag. I've done a few multi-night trips camping with it as well and it works great there as well. The main difference between it and a true "Backpacking" Pack is just the pocket count/organization, which was not a problem whatsoever. I love the pack.

from New York, NY on August 01, 2020

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Siskin 8

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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Pac gets used several times a week. The pack is versatile enough for both for trail running and day long mountain bike tracks. A design improvement would be to add 2" in. of depth to the pack; when full, the water bladder fills the majority of the pack leaving little room for a few other essentials.

from Brickerville, Pa on July 31, 2020

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Aura AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I am a male, and I love this pack. I kind of ended up with this pack by chance, but it's so much more comfortable than my other pack that it's the only one I use.

from Humboldt, ca on July 30, 2020

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Talon 11

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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Bought this pack 1 year ago for my day hike. It was super light and fit perfectly with my torso size. The side pocket was great to fit with my water bottle / flask. It would be nice if comes with rain cover. Hoping that Osprey will have Talon 16 Liter panel loading in future.

from MALAYSIA on July 29, 2020

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Tropos

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I use this backpack for the everyday commute. I take it to the office with all my stuff, everything fits, and there is more space for snacks and coffee bags when returning home. I used to carry a backpack that didn't allow me to put my jacket; Topros was my salvation; every single thing goes secure and dry in it. I love how comfortable it is and the excellent materials they used in it. At first sight, I thought it was huge, I was used to carrying a 27 liters backpack, but at the very beginning, it felt well suited for my body. I only wish to have more internal storage features. Excellent bag, excellent materials, awesome guaranty. :)

from Merida, VE on July 28, 2020

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Hikelite 26

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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Purchased during a recent sale, I just used the pack for the first time yesterday. Nice size and weight, comfortable to carry, ventilation was just right. I've been using a Stratos 24 from three generations ago, which I absolutely love, but it's just a tad heavy for the day hikes I do in the PNW forests and coastlines. The Hikelight 26 is a very nice alternative, but it's missing the two features of my old Stratos that will keep the Hikelight from being a full replacement: 1) The upper compression strap capture for hiking poles/tools does not actually hold the pole and I had issues with the poles sliding down while I hiked and almost slipping out when I took the pack off. I don't understand why the usual bungee cord keepers that almost all other hiking packs have weren't added. 2) The front shove-it pocket is the same material as the rest of the pack, which makes is less useful and secure as it could be. This pocket was one of the most important features I was looking for, but it simply doesn't work as well as it could. Sure, I stuffed a soft-shell vest in the pocket, but I couldn't do that with my water bottle (a 21oz hydroflask) in the pocket too, or anything else, whereas the stretchy pocket on my older Stratos holds the vest, the water bottle, my windbreaker, and a micro-towel without being overloaded. So, overall, a very nice pack that is comfortable and light, with excellent ventilation, but just short of perfect for me.

from Eugene, Or on July 24, 2020

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Savu

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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The Savu hip pack is great! I have the Syncro 12 backpack for longer rides, but take the Savu for most of my short to medium rides. Perfect for a 2 hour ride for me since I go through a good amount of water. I can fit all the essentials, small pump, small first aid kit, extra tube, two water bottles, and snacks. It's comfortable and built well. There's a flap and two buttons where the water bottles go, clip when you use the bottles so they keep the bottles from slipping through. You can unclip and flatten it when you're not using a bottle. Although the Syncro 12 has good back ventilation, with the Savu your back is clear... so in the end I prefer the hip pack over the backpack. Stays on well and even fully loaded it doesn't seem like it's too heavy riding. Overall great pack!

from Bay Area on July 23, 2020

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Daylite

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars out of 5
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I did a ton of research before buying this, so I was very solid on the purchase. I recently bought a Fairview 40 bag and wanted a daypack to use with it. I know Osprey uses great materials and components, so I was very comfortable buying this bag online. Unfortunately for me, the top integrated grab handle intensely digs into the neck when worn. I even weighted down the bag with a couple books to see if the bag needed extra weight to be more comfortable, and hopefully to pull the top handle further away from my neck, but it didn't. When researching the reviews on this bag, the grab handle didn't seem to be a big issue for people. Comfort from the get go is a definite for me. Especially since I work so hard for every cent I make. I am sending the bag back and I would definitely hesitate to buy another Osprey that has an integrated handle at the top like this one does.

from Rhode Island on July 21, 2020

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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Very, VERY comfortable on my back with 35 lb load. Did not notice discomfort on my waist either. Comfort level consistent throughout hours of hiking. Ventilation is also superb. The only issue I have is my 600 cu in Garcia bear canister is a very tight squeeze and won't fit on its side (probably possible in the Atmos 65 variety). Probably won't fit the 700 cu in Bear Vault. To be fair, this pack is geared towards lighter load, shorter trips... my smaller 275 cu in Bear Boxer canister fits just fine.

from SW / NW on July 18, 2020

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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Very, VERY comfortable on my back with 35 lb load. Did not notice discomfort on my waist either. Comfort level consistent throughout hours of hiking. Ventilation is also superb. The only issue I have is my 600 cu in Garcia bear canister is a very tight squeeze and won't fit on its side (probably possible in the Atmos 65 variety). Probably won't fit the 700 cu in Bear Vault. To be fair, this pack is geared towards lighter load, shorter trips... my smaller 275 cu in Bear Boxer canister fits just fine.

from SW / NW on July 18, 2020

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I thought being uncomfortable was part of he outdoor experience. I have been backpacking for years and I would always start to feel pain in my shoulders and hips from my pack load. My friend purchased an AG pack and kept saying now comfortable it was of our 3 day section hike of the AT. So I got one for myself. I put it to the test in a 3 day 2 night backpakcing trip in Red River Gorge with my son and was very impressed. Not once was the pack uncomfortable! In fact it was a pleasure to carry. I highly recommend and AG pack to anyone that is looking for a comfortable pack.

from Batesville IN on July 17, 2020

Reviewed at Osprey Packs

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Atmos AG 50

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
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I thought being uncomfortable was part of he outdoor experience. I have been backpacking for years and I would always start to feel pain in my shoulders and hips from my pack load. My friend purchased an AG pack and kept saying now comfortable it was of our 3 day section hike of the AT. So I got one for myself. I put it to the test in a 3 day 2 night backpakcing trip in Red River Gorge with my son and was very impressed. Not once was the pack uncomfortable! In fact it was a pleasure to carry. I highly recommend and AG pack to anyone that is looking for a comfortable pack.

from Batesville IN on July 17, 2020

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40 L Transporter Global Carry-On Bag

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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1. Fabric materials and design concept are good. 2. No backpack straps is too terrible. 3. Size is too large for me, I need 18 x 12 x 6 in.

from SHANGHAI, CHINA on July 11, 2020

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Pixel

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
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I often find myself working through tasks, knitting and reading, or journaling somewhere away from home (pre-covid that would be a coffeehouse, now it's more likely to be a park or my own car), and this is the bag I needed: document sleeves for notebooks and papers, waterbottle holders, an organizer pocket for pens and keys and separate compartments for my wallet and for the cord case I use for everyday carry, all without impingeing on the large main compartment that's perfect for project bags and shopping. I also frequently use it for grocery runs, which I do on foot. The load is close to my back and comfortable even when I have it full of cans and iced tea bottles. It's really ideal, and I hope that if Osprey discontinues it they replace it with something nearly identical.

from Philadelphia on July 09, 2020

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Sirrus 24

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
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I had a previous version of the SIRRUS 24 and absolutely loved it! But when I sent it in for a repair (the zippers were completely ruined), they offered me this pack as a replacement. I was so sad. Things I do not like about this pack compared to my old pack: (1) if you put a bladder in, you have very little room for anything else, (2) there are no straps at the bottom of the pack - I liked to roll up a towel or my jacket and attach it with the straps to save room inside, (3) the waist straps are constantly rubbing up and down, causing my pants to cut into my hips, and (4) the front pocket is absolutely useless... why would I want a pocket that spills everything out when I open it? Don't get me wrong, I love Osprey and think their policy of replacing old backpacks is great. But I had no choice for my new pack (they don't do credit) and I was stuck with receiving this one. For some reason, I just cannot hold as much stuff in this pack.

from Ventura, CA on July 09, 2020

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Transporter Wheeled Duffel 90

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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The ease of transport in and out of airports, third world shuttles and the ability to keep my eye on it makes it the perfect duffle for me!

from Bon Aqua Tennessee on July 07, 2020

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Seral

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
  • Comfort
  • Style

This was sorely needing while riding in Bentonville,AR. It get hot there in the summer and I needed a better way to hold more water as my enduro bike has no bottle mount on the bike itself. Pro's: Im a bigger rider and this is winning because it fits and has plenty of room Con: Magnet sucks....oh well. Since its roomy can get heavy if pack it full of stuff.....LOL

from Oak Grove, MO on July 06, 2020

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Katari 3

  • Overall1Rated 1 stars out of 5
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Dear Osprey: If you want someone to actually test this on an bike, I'm available. Honestly, did someone actually get on a bike with this pack on?!?! Pack is extremely unstable on mountain bike - constantly slides up back (like almost overhead!) on any small bump. This causes your balance to shift on the bike causing you to lose control. You are constantly worried and anticipating this so you cannot enjoy your ride. Problem is, this pack doesn't have a waist strap to help stabilize it (or the option to add one). In addition, if you cinch the shoulder/sternum straps down on the pack enough to make a difference in stabilizing the pack, then it's too tight and begins to affect breathing, movement and comfort. Finally, the magnet on the sternum strap for the drinking tube is EXACTLY where your arm bends at the shoulder so it is constantly pushing the drink tube away from your body and popping the magnets apart. Someone at Osprey needs to test their "bike packs" on an actual bike BEFORE it goes to manufacturing. Unfortunately, this pack design is a fail.

from Southern California on July 04, 2020

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Talon 22

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars out of 5
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Great pack that needs small improvements. The attachment system works great for an ice axe but is mediocre for hiking poles. No way to store both at the same time. The pocket on the chest strap or the hip pockets need to be large enough to store a call phone. Love the helmet attachment system.

from Colorado on July 03, 2020

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Seral

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars out of 5
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I bought the Seral online when it first came out and after one ride I knew it wasn't for me. Like other reviews note, the magnet holding the water hose isn't strong enough and the waist straps don't have loops to hold them so you have to tuck them away, cut them shorter or tie them up. Not ideal. The pack itself doesn't hold much and overall the design needs improvement. When I emailed customer service asking what options there might be (Osprey purchaser for 15 years; happy owner of at least 6 Osprey packs for different sports) and offering some honest feedback on the design, the response I received was "Nothing we can do since you've used the pack. Your best bet would be to sell it on the second hand market and use that money to buy a different pack." Well, that's exactly what I did. But I used the money and bought a Patagonia.

from Rico, CO on July 01, 2020

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Tempest 9

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars out of 5
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I love the smaller size. I love the bungee cord storage net, live the water bottle holders, the small pocket in the front strap (I use it to store my water hose). This tiny pocket was my selling point- I like being able to stow away the mouth piece when not in use. I can easily fit a light layer, plus my Sony a7iii and a spare lens. I love the side pockets. I like that it can be cinched to make it less bulky. The waffle designed backside is a nice comfortable touch. I really like this bag. I'm excited to take it on adventures, hiking, biking, and little trips where a backpack is more convenient that tote bags...

from West Hollywood on June 30, 2020

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