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    13 Reviews


    The bigger, the better.

    Going ultralight can be fun, if you like eating moss and insects for dinner, but if you want to spend a week on the trail without going full-on survivalist, load up your food, tent, clothes, and sleeping bag in the Osprey Volt 75 Backpack. With over 4500 cubic inches of capacity, you'll be able to enjoy your surroundings in relatively well-prepared comfort, and without stressing about back pain, because the Volt's highly adjustable back panel, shoulder straps, and hip belt will take the stress out of lugging heavy loads. The pack's LightWire frame and HDPE framesheet disperse weight across your body, spreading it between hips and shoulders, and the hip belt padding can be extended on the fly, so you don't rub your hip bones raw as you hike.

    The Volt is designed for week-long backcountry missions and has pockets at the lid, front, sides, and hips to help you stay organized, along with a removable sleeping bag divider to provide a snug and secure spot for your bedding. Daisy chains, ice-axe straps, and the Stow-On-The-Go trekking pole loop make it easy to load up on technical gear, and side compression straps allow you cinch down your load, so you don't feel like you're about to tip over as you rock-hop your way up and over the next pass.

    • Nylon ripstop fabric
    • LightWire frame and HDPE framesheet
    • Adjustable back panel, harness and hip belt
    • Floating lid with multiple pockets
    • Front, side, and hip belt pockets
    • Sleeping bag compartment with removable divider
    • Hydration sleeve
    • Ice axe, trekking pole, daisy chain, and compression straps
    • Item #OSP004I

    Tech Specs

    [body] 210D nylon ripstop, [bottom] 600D nylon
    75L (4577cu in)
    LightWire frame, HDPE framesheet, Airscape back panel
    Shoulder Straps
    Spacer Mesh
    Waist Belt
    yes, adjustable, padded
    Hydration Compatible
    1 top, 2 lid, 1 stretch front, 2 stretch side, 2 hip belt
    Gear Loops
    Ice Axe Carry
    Trekking Pole Carry
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    yes, removable divider
    33 x 14 x 14 in
    Claimed Weight
    4 lbs
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, trekking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    My First Backpacking Pack Love

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This pack has been with me across mountains and through airports. Best and most comfortable backpack I've ever had. I plan on loving this pack for years to come. Also been able to get this as a carry-on for some flights, which has been a real help in budget travel.

    Its been a good pack overall.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm currently using this on my Appalachian Trail hike from Georgia to Maine. Its certainly showing signs of wear in places like under the belt pockets and the meshing has started to rip. I purchased this size pack so that I could really just stuff my gear in it and go.


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

    Right out of the box I went on a week long backpacking trip to the GILA in New Mexico. I loaded everything up I could of possibly needed and still had some extra room to work with! Very comfortable! We hiked for about 5 hours in and I never felt a more comfortable pack! Very sturdy and able to withstand your toughest adventure!

    Comfortable and huge.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got this for my tall nephew. He is 6'1 with a 20 inch torso. This one size fits all was very comfortable for him. I've put him in others that he has complained about. This is the first pack that he was happy with.

    There is not a removable daypack in the top lid. He was bummed, but it costs a lot more, so just depends on your budget. I do use the daypack on mine.

    Comfortable and huge.

    Perfect for gear, not perfect for sister

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

    Got my new pack this weekend and my sister helped me break it in. As it turns out, she's a little more that 75 Liters, so she didn't fit well. I love the versatility of this bag, super adjustable so you can get this bag as a young boy scout, and use it well into adulthood when you're 100lbs bigger and taller (hopefully not wider). I can't wait to get some serious miles out of this bag.

    If you have questions about this bag, or any other backpacking questions, or if you don't yet have a personal gearhead, contact me!

    Perfect for gear, not perfect for sister

    Volt 75

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Found to be a great 4 pound back pack for 2-3 days, though suspension not necessarily designed for loads 55 lbs and more. I'm trying to go smaller and lighter, so last year I bought this pack and retired my old Gregory Denali. Used the Volt for training and my hikes up Mt. Jefferson, Hood and Rainier. Unlike it's more expensive Osprey cousins, it doesn't have some of the niceties like bungee ice axe attachments, which is easily remedied with small velcro straps . Carried skis decently after a little rigging. On my training hikes for Rainier, it carried a 40 pound bag of wood pellets and 2L water well. After summiting Rainier via the DC highway and hiking back down to the car with about 55 Lbs pack, I noticed it didn't want to stay in place nor did it's suspension keep the weight on my hips and off my shoulders near as well as it did going up 2 days earlier.

    Great Week Long Pack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have used this pack on my week long camping trip to Havasupi Falls and it was perfect. The boning and framing on this backpack really helped with the weight distribution and eased pressure off my shoulders and back, instead of just padding my shoulders like some other backpacks do. I only use Osprey packs for backpacking from here on out.

    Great Versatile Pack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got this Backpack for my boyfriend so that we could go on a 3 night trip in Southern UT. The size is perfect for a few night trip or as a day pack. Unless you can go super light, I wouldn't take it on any extensive trips. Osprey is my go-to for pack and this one does not disappoint; it's very rugged and can take a beating, has lots of pockets for the stuff you want to access quickly. The only downside was since it is only one-size it took some trial and error to find just the right fit.

    Hey Chelsea. let me know if you have any more fit questions. It's easy to adjust, but if you are looking at it for the first time, than i would guess it would take some time! Once it's set for him, then no more adjustment!

    Thanks for writing,

    Osprey Rep

    Light with all the options

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great pack for the person going somewhat lighter and longer trips. Not quite large enough to take the kitchen sink. Has great features and is very well designed ergonomically. Fits well on my torso - 5'11" 170lbs.
    Great waist belt -comfortable and very adjustable.

    Carries Well

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

    Took 40lbs on a training hike and it carried better than I expected. The pack does compress well but it still seems a little bulky for use as a summit pack, although it would work. It appears well designed with regard to organization. Not too many pockets, bells and whistles but just enough to make a multi-day trip that much better.