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You'll hardly know it's there.

The Osprey Women's Aura 65 Backpack gives women who hit the trail in warmer months the support and comfort they need to enjoy overnight and extended stays in the wilderness. You won't end up soaked in sweat on a sunny trail or warm, humid mountain valley thanks to the cool and comfortable Anti-Gravity suspension system, which is designed to circulate air while conforming to the shape of your back. It does this with a single, lightweight mesh panel that runs from the top of the back to the hips for a seamless design that helps enhance overall mobility.Throw in an adjustable torso size, hip belt, and shoulder straps, and you have one comfortable pack for your overnight and multi-day backpacking trips. 

  • Anti-Gravity suspension system
  • Adjustable torso size
  • Fit-on-the-fly hip belt
  • 30-50lb load range
  • Top and back panel access
  • Removable/floating top lid
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • 100D x 630D nylon dobby main fabric
  • Internal hydration sleeve
  • Sleeping bag compartment
  • Zippered front panel pockets
  • Hip belt and side pockets
  • Internal and external compression straps
  • Ice axe/trekking pole carry

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I am trying to decide between this and the original Osprey Aura 65 (not the AG). This pack is a whole pound heavier than the original. That seems like a pretty big difference. I am trying to keep things really light, can someone who is familiar with the two compare the downsides/benefits to getting this upgraded version which weighs more? Thanks so much.

5 5

Worth every penny

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this for the JMT this summer, but decided to go to Costa Rica and brought it along as well as a quick trip to Saline Valley.


I cannot stress how completely comfortable the Anit-Gravity feature is, especially on the long haul. The mesh backing is extremely nice, you don't rub against your pack as bad, which usually ruins a lot of my shirts, but also you don't sweat as much. Plus, it forms very nicely to your back, like it was made just for YOUR back. I didn't get bulky contact points between my back like I've experienced with some packs, so it minimized the usual hip/back busing and rubbing you/I normally get from pressure points. Super soft hip belt helped too.


The external straps for sleeping pads/bags was extremely helpful and gave the bag a lot of extra storage space; even though it is a 65, you can always use more room! I'd tie my jacket it to it for quick access. Yet, the top and back access points to get into the bag were crucial, I didn't have to dig around searching for things closer to the bottom of the bag; which seems like you can never find. And if you don't decided to use the entire space of the bag, you can compress it down pretty nice. When I went to Saline Valley I didn't need to pack much, but I put everything I did bring in the bag. Nice to cinch down and not have things rattling inside. Basically it's a very diverse pack, extremely functional.


Honestly, this bag has so many great features, felt like it had every strap, zipper and pocket for whatever I needed; and it is by far the most comfortable backpacking bag I've ever owned, and I have a crappy back.


I am 5'0 100lbs and got the XS. My only complaint is that I wish it could be tightened further. I'm little, wear a size 24/0 pant, and this just makes the cut. That's with fluctuating weight, and trail weight loss, it does the job pretty well. So if you're on the fence about a kids size, and price, you'd be way better off with this for the extra bucks.