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Osprey Packs Exos 58L Backpack

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    For your inner minimalist.

    From long weekend getaways to minimalist through hikes on the AT, the Osprey Exos 58 Backpack has everything you need for lightweight trail comfort, and nothing you don't. A removable daypack lets you take short, exploratory trips from your campsite, and plenty of mesh pockets and gear loops provide the capacity for maps, trekking poles, and snack stashes; an integrated rain cover protects your gear on rainy afternoons and compression straps keep everything under wraps. But where the Exos truly shines is in the form of the comfort it can provide. The combination of well-ventilated AirSpeed back panel and the light-yet-durable alloy frame brings a lot of breathability by dumping excess heat out the sides while you hike, and ExoForm covers the shoulder pads and waist belt with mesh and energy gel for the ideal cushion needed over weeks or even months on the trail.

    • Ultralight pack for multi-day trips and through hiking
    • 58-liter capacity keeps things minimalist on longer treks
    • High-tenacity nylon endures miles and miles of use and abuse
    • Tensioned backpanel keeps weight off your back for extended comfort
    • Highly ventilated for breathability during long days on the trail
    • Gearloops galore offer extra spots for poles, axes, gear, and snacks
    • Sleeping pad and compression straps can be removed to shave ounces
    • Osprey places emphasis on packs with comfortable back panels
    • Item #OSP00AP

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] 100D nylon, [bottom] 210D nylon
    Volume
    [small] 55L (3356cu in), [medium] 58L (3539cu in), [large] 61L (3722cu in)
    Support/Suspension
    Airspeed Suspension (4mm Lightwire alloy frame)
    Shoulder Straps
    mesh
    Waist Belt
    mesh, ErgoPull closure
    Hydration Compatible
    yes
    Access
    top
    Pockets
    2 mesh side, 1 stretch front, 1 zippered top
    Gear Loops
    yes
    Ice Axe Carry
    yes
    Trekking Pole Carry
    yes
    Rain Cover
    yes, FlapJacket
    Detachable Daypack
    yes
    Compression
    yes
    Weight Capacity
    30-40lb
    Dimensions
    [small] 29.5 x 16.1 x 14.6in, [medium] 31.5 x 16.1 x 14.6in, [large] 33.5 x 16.1 x 14.6in
    Claimed Weight
    [small] 2.69lb, [medium] 2.71lb, [large] 2.74lb
    Recommended Use
    ultralight backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Poor quality

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

    The bottom of the pack frayed and tore through after one overnight backpacking trip. One of the clips for the brain broke almost immediately after the first use as well. I have owned other Osprey packs and had not experienced such poor quality.

    Poor quality

    My hips hurt

      I've done two 7 day through hikes with this pack in addition to several weekend trips. It's pretty sturdy and relatively lightweight. I have the 58L which holds plenty of gear for me and my wife. My only issue is that the hip straps are quite uncomfortable. They're VERY small compared to most other packs and the plastic adjusters extend beyond the hip pad which makes them prone to digging into your abdomen/pelvis. OUCH! I got some pretty decent sores on both my hips from a through hike last year. However, I found that if I loosen the hip straps and carry more weight on my shoulders that it made my hips more comfortable. However, my shoulders get a little more sore than they should. From my experience, a good backpack should rest comfortably on your hips with most of the weight distributed there. The shoulder straps are really just to prevent it from falling back. There shouldn't be much weight pulling down on your shoulders... I have to admit I'm a bit disappointed with the product... On the upside I do tend pack pretty light (<25lbs) so it's not that big of a deal if I have to "shoulder some of the burden." :/

      Fantastic lightweight pack

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I have a lot of Osprey packs and this one is one of my favorites. its lightweight the water bottle pockets are massive, and its got a sweet summit pack. In addition to that, the colors are awesome. Love osprey and their gear! highly recommend all of Ospreys gear especially with there customer service is some of the best on the market.

      Perfect

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Fantastic pack, unbelievably light. I just got back from a 15 mile trip with it, no issues. I really like the straps and padding, and the ventilated back is so nice. It's very easy to center your load and adjust straps.

      ouch!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Ouch!! Shoulder straps left welts and scrapes on my collar bone. Hip belt left abrasions both sides of my tailbone. Had 30# in the pack. Maybe a solid day pack, but not good for taking any overnight gear. I want to like it, but it keeps hurting me! The pockets are nice....