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Atmos 65 Backpack - 3800-4200cu in

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
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Atmos 65 Backpack - 3800-4200cu in
Manufacturer: Osprey

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Turning heads once again, the redesigned, lightweight Osprey Atmos 65 backpack now rests closer to the back while still providing unsurpassed ventilation. Top-loading design features a floating lid pocket to allow extensive gear storage. Features twin front slash pockets with water-resistant welded zippers, stretch-woven front and side pockets and zippered mesh pockets on hipbelt. Stow-on-the-Go innovative trekking pole attachment lets you stow and remove poles while youre wearing the pack. Osprey Airspeed suspension features an aluminum alloy frame and torsion rods for support and flexibility under heavy loads. Anchored in the lumbar area, the suspension system provides uniform pressure and comfort without annoying hot spots. Features gender-specific BioStretch fixed shoulder harness and hipbelt perforated, waffle-pattern foam saves weight and enhances breathability. ErgoPull hipbelt closure relieves hipbone pressure by spreading the tension along both the top and the bottom of the belt, not in a single line along the middle. Externally accessible zippered lower compartment accommodates a sleeping bag. Hydration-compatible design with drinking tube portholes reservoir sold separately fits in cavity behind mesh backpanel. Twin ice axe tool loops and bungee tie-offs let you lash on extra gear. Includes adjustable sternum strap and removable sleeping pad straps.

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Amazing pack 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: fosterm6, 2009-09-19

I bought this pack at an REI garage sale for $70. It's the most comfortable pack that i've ever worn, plenty of room for everything needed and the tent straps are the bottom are perfect for carrying a tent backpacking or a climbing rope to the crags. Plenty of places to strap on extra gear, making enough room for an overnighter, or your trek down the Pacific Crest Trail.

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