Winning multiple awards for its lightweight and performance design the Osprey Exos 46 Backpack is recognized throughout the industry as the perfect pack for weekend hikes and light trekking. AirSpeed suspension uses a LightWire Alloy frame and cross struts to provide a stable but flexible structure and with ergonomic BioStretch mesh covered slotted foam shoulder straps and hipbelt that conform to your frame this pack evenly distributes your load for amazing comfort and fit. Youll stay cool and sweat free with a 3D tensioned mesh backpanel and side crescents that improve airflow. A classic top loading design with a removable top pocket, this backpack has the exterior gear straps and storage to pack all your essential gear and with an internal hydration system sleeve youll stay hydrated through your backpacking adventures.
Pursue your ultralight backpacking adventures with the supportive, well-ventilated, and above all comfortable-to-carry Osprey Packs Exos 34 Backpack. This ultralight Osprey pack can carry up to 25 pounds, making it the perfect overnight and weekend backpack or even a great daypack when your load includes bulky or emergency bivy gear. Fully featured, the Exos packs have lots of zippered and stretch mesh pockets to keep you organized, 2 sleeping pad straps, a single tool loop carry system, compression straps and their ingenious Stow-on-the-Go trekking pole attachment system. The modified aluminum Airspeed Suspension system, padded BioStretch Harness and padded mesh Hipbelt distribute the load comfortably and give your sweat plenty of opportunity to escape. You wont see this kind of suspension or ventilation in any other ultralight pack. When your itinerary involves 25-mile days on the Pacific Crest Trail, 4 days exploring the canyons of Utah or even just an overnight with an early morning summit of a 14er in Colorado, through hikers and fast-and-light backpackers agree the Osprey Exos 34 Backpack is ideal.
If you're obsessed with shaving ounces during backpacking, trekking and adventure travel excursions, you'll appreciate the lightweight and supportive Osprey Exos 58 Backpack. It features a newly updated Exos peripheral frame that combines 6061-T6 aluminum alloy with LightWire cross struts for enhanced load support. Oprey stretched a 3D tensioned mesh backpanel across the Exo 58's lightweight frame, so hikers and backpackers enjoy improved pack-to-body contact and excellent backpanel ventilation. At the top of the Exos 58 is a removable floating pocket with an internal key clip and under-lid mesh pocket. If you need faster access to energy bars or gels, you can slip small hiking and backpacking essentials into the sewn-in harness pocket, zippered mesh hipbelt pockets or dual side mesh pockets. As a top-loading backpack, the lightweight profile of the Exos 58 is excellent for fast-paced extended day hikes and weekend backpacking excursions.