Cody J.wrote a review of Osprey Packs Atmos AG 65L Backpack on February 27, 2017
This, like the title says, is a early review. I have only taken this pack out for a one night trip, covering 23 miles over the course of two days. But what I have done an extreme amount of is packing, unpacking and rearranging all of my gear in the pack So I guess you can say this review is more of a non physical review, but it still will help in questioning your purchase of this pack. Number one, I have a rather larger down bag I take because I have large shoulders, as well as the longer length in the bag because I am rather tall. Inside the stuff sack that Big Agnes sent with the bag, it fit absolutely perfectly in the bottom sleeping bag compartment (as well as gave the bottom of the pack a nice shape). Every single zipper is quality on the pack, of course you need to be careful when closing a tight pocket, but I have had no issues with being worried if the zipper can handle it. I stuffed by jetfoil mini mo, big agnes fly creek ul2 tent, patagonia down jacket, pants, shirts, socks, underwear, camera gear, 5 liters of water in plastic bottles, as well as some random bits of food for the night all in the main compartment and with how I packed and compressed everything down I still only used about half of the compartment. I then added some head lamps to the exterior pockets, toiletry items, camera tripod, . and a phone charger and the pack just consumed everything. The hip belt pockets are not as small as I originally thought they were going to be because of reading reviews, but I can fit my wallet, phone, as well as a GoPro all in ONE POCKET. The support system if gold on this pack, I threw 50 pounds of weight in the pack just for the heck of it, put the pack on and I can honestly say the pack did not feel a pound over 20. Of course, you need to set the straps up properly for your body shape, but once you dial the setup in, you will be skipping down the trail. Buy the pack, you will be stoked on stoked on stoked.