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Osprey Packs Viva 65L Backpack - Women's

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    5 Reviews


    No frills, all thrills.

    The Osprey Women's Viva 65 Backpack isn't going to carry all your glamping gear—that solar-powered margarita mixer, inflatable couch/bed, and mini TV your Nanna gave you for Christmas will have to stay home—but it will carry everything you actually need for a few days in the wilderness. Better still, it won't leave your back yearning for that battery-powered massager you got for your birthday last year.

    Osprey equipped the Viva with everything you need to rough it comfortably in the wild, like a efficient and comfortable LiveWire peripheral frame that supports loads between 30 and 50 pounds. It also attached a breathable Airscape backpanel to help keep you cool and comfortable, even when you're hiking up a steep, sunny, and dusty trail with forty pounds strapped to your back. The bottom of the bag is fitted with a sleeping bag compartment with a removable divider, and the cavernous main compartment can be packed to the brim via the reliable top-loading design. You can cinch down the floating lid to save on space when you're packing light, or extend it when you do decide to bring along that margarita mixer. Small items like headlamps, maps, snacks, and rain jackets can be stashed in any of the top, front, side, or hip pockets. When the end goal does require more specialized equipment, the Viva will smoothly carry extra gear via the dual front daisy chains, ice axe loops, and trekking pole carriers.

    • Adjustable torso length
    • Fit-on-the-Fly hipbelt and Airscape backpanel
    • LiveWire frame
    • Top access with floating lid
    • Hydration system compatible
    • Top, front, side, and hip pockets
    • Sleeping bag compartment
    • Front daisy chain gear loops
    • Ice axe and trekking pole loops
    • Item #OSP004K

    Tech Specs

    [main] 210D nylon double diamond ripstop, [bottom] 600D nylon
    65L (3967cu in)
    LightWire frame, Airscape back panel
    Waist Belt
    yes, Fit-on-the-Fly (adjustable, padded, and ventilated)
    Hydration Compatible
    Reservoir Included
    2 top, 1 large stretch front, 2 stretch side, 2 hip belt
    Gear Loops
    yes, daisy chains
    Ice Axe Carry
    Trekking Pole Carry
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    Weight Capacity
    30 - 50 lbs
    31 x 14 x 14 in
    Claimed Weight
    3 lb 14 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Adjustable Back Panel for the Win!

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

    I've loved my Osprey Tempest that I purchased a while back, so I was happy to find out the VIVA functions just as well for a larger pack as was going on a fall backpacking excursion and needed a little more room for warmer clothes than my 40L could comfortable accommodate.


    Waist belt pockets fit my phone, which I used to take all my pictures on the trip, definitely the easiest access point while wearing.

    Plenty of room for all of my clothes/food, and I was even able to separate a bag of wine on top of wear the pack clasps together and the drawstring tied it down so it didn't leak or slosh around. would be useful for easy access of a light jacket.

    The pouch on top of the pack was large enough to hold my first aid kit, ALL of my food and snacks for 3 days, my OR transition jacket, AND an extra pair of socks for easy access. I had plenty of room for everything on my 3.5 day trip.

    This adjustable back panel can fit up to a size M, without compromising the waist size for slimmer hikers with long torso's. I thought the pack was sitting a little high, wiht one flip of the Velcro I had it lengthened to a perfect fit on my hips where I like the pack.

    Airspace back panel provides great breath-a-bility, especially paired with the Outdoor Research Transition jacket.


    can't think of one at the moment! It was perfect for my trip.

    Maybe some might think it was slightly heavy for our ultra light backpackers, I didn't find it to be a problem.

    Adjustable Back Panel for the Win!

    Viva la Vida

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

    Long live life. This is a great backpacking pack! Love it.
    I am 5'1 and 115 lbs.
    Used this for 3 nights hiking in 12 miles to Havasupai, super awesome!
    I would say the 65 liter pack is a perfect size for most trips and ideal. I do like 55 packs because I try to carry as less as possible but having only one pack to choose from this 65 liter one is the way to go. I also find that the larger the liters the more unnecessary items campers bring.

    -2 hip belt pockets, great for a snack, headlamp, and phone!
    -sleeping bag compartment is easy to zip and unzip
    -color is great
    -great large stretch pocket to throw a rain jacket in or maybe some trash
    -did not make my back sweat too bad
    -way too much extra material on the straps after adjusting the waist belt as small as possible, the straps hung almost to my knees.
    -I also think the shoulder straps are a little to narrow for my liking or compared to my other bag. They are not that bad though, maybe take a little to get use to.
    -Cannot fit my sleeping pad on the side with the straps but I was able to fit it on the bottom or the front!
    -lastly, I do like the stretchy strap for the reservoir hose but it is a big snug to thread through at first, my sisters strap overtime has got easier to thread the hose through.

    OH, and speaking of larger packs or unnecessary items, my sister and dad brought way too much stuff and I may have gotten some bucks to hike out there stuff.
    Check out the loaded down pack in the photo. Heaviest pack I have carried.

    Viva la Vida

    Good Backpack!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    We have dealt with many clients who have decided to use this pack and most seem to be very happy with its features, the price point, durability, and the fit of the pack. I have used it many times but not personally put it through the wringer, however from all we have seen (over 30+ people) with this pack, I feel comfortable highly recommending it!