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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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4 5

Nice Pack... but hope next gen is better

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Took this pack out on my first trip this past weekend. It did wonderfully. It was really comfortable and had plenty of space.

Things I liked:
My spine sticks out pretty far so the AG back helped hug and support my spine without rubbing against it.
Lots of toggles and straps to help with organization (I love keeping things organized.

CONS
I wish the brain turned into a lumbar day pack or it included attachments for the Daylite pack.
Hydration pouch is internal. This is something I did know ahead of time and was willing to sacrifice but it is still annoying to have to unpack half your pack to fit your bladder

5 5

Best. Pack. Ever.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is the second Osprey pack I've owned, and they make great products! The first was the Viva, and it would have been fantastic, but I have scoliosis, and decided I should spring for the "cadillac" to relieve any unnecessary stress on my crooked back...

This thing is simply amazing.

I love love the mesh. It is super soft and durable, and I get away with wearing tank tops with very little rubbing or discomfort. The straps, pockets, loops, etc. are all exactly as you'd want them, and I couldn't be happier. I also agree with Brooke's assessment that it packs up or down well, and is versatile. I love the sleek design Osprey has, with little to snag on branches and whatnot.

There are two very minor things:
The hip strap pockets are small. My iPhone 5 can't even fit in there alone all the way. I had it sideways with one end sticking out and just made sure to pay attention that it didn't get tossed. You could probably make use of them with a lip balm and map, but that's about it. My Viva had significantly larger hip pockets, and I could put a whole pack of cigarettes in one if I wanted, or 3 oz hand salve jar, for instance.

Secondly, I chopped off the trekking pole loop and toggle from the arm strap, and it was the best decision I could make. I do not use trekking poles. I do not like them, and I HATED the loop and toggle position! It was right where my arm swung, and rubbed the inside of my arm raw with no sleeves. It needed to go, and this was also a problem on the Viva. My boyfriend has the Atmos, and it also bothers him.

So with that all said, I am still impressed and even thrilled with this pack! No rubbing, no pressure points, no sad crooked spine! Absolutely recommend you try one out!

Side note: I went into REI and had them size me. According to the measuring tool they used, I was a small (which surprised me, because I'm 5'8 and 142 solid pounds, with a long torso) but I tried it on, and was a definite medium. So I also recommend you make sure you know what you need before you spring for a pack that doesn't fit right.

Responded on

Hey there - Leta with Osprey here. Thank you so much for the review! And especially your feedback! I will make sure that the feedback gets to the right people at Osprey for sure! The trekking pole loop has been addressed in many of our products moving forward for Spring 2016. A subtle change in position, but it addresses your concern. Thank you again!

Leta

I see in the specs that the rain cover is sold separately, but one I saw in a local store had the rain cover included...is that a misprint in the specs??
Thanks!

Responded on

Only REI store are selling them with rain cover and dry sack, other stores not.

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.