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Gear Details: Backpacks

Atmos 65

Manufacturer: Osprey

SKU: 034165

Product Details:
Product Year2009
For Women:
Frame Type:internal
Load Type:top-loading
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):4000
Expandable Capacity (min): cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max): cu. in.
Sizes Available:3
Smallest Size (Torso Length):16.5
Largest Size (Torso Length):22
Features:Hydration sleeve (no bladder included), Shove-it (or shovel) pocket, Spindrift collar, Water bottle holsters
Weight (lbs, oz): 3,9
Backpacking - ventilated The Atmos/Aura series has been redesigned for 2009. Osprey has teamed up with to create the Pass on the Passion program. You can send your used Osprey Pack to the Mountain Fund to be sent to people/programs around the world in need of them.


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This is my first big pack and it works really well. Tons of room inside and out. The hip pockets are great, and the ability to get into the pack via the top and bottom is a plus.It will actually hold two 2 liter camel pack bladders in the hydration sleeve area if you have to carry that much water. The shoulder straps seem a bit flimsy but they work well and have handled the strain Ive put on them so far. This pack works really well for over-nighters to 3 day(2 night) trips. Go Osprey!
Posted by C. Tucker, Oct 28, 2009 Star Star Star Star Star
All around great backpack; they have kind of odd sizes and I am sitting inbetween a small and a med, but went with the small. Provides great support and when it is dialed in, it feels as though nothing is on my back. I will say that though the hipbelt is nice, it is not very well padded and can cause some discomfort if you are a boney person. I have a two liter bladder and when I filled it up, it fit in the bladder pouch, but I lost a fair amount of room in the main compartment, so I ended up hanging it inbetween the mesh and the pack, which is a nice feature. If packed properly you could get a weeks worth of gear inside.
Posted by Charlie, Jun 08, 2010 Star Star Star Star

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