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Osprey Atmos 50

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Weight3 lb 4 oz
Cu. In.2800

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Osprey Atmos 50
4.9 out of 5 based on 9 user reviews.


Cred: 2126
Review by anthonymancuso on Feb. 27, 2013
The best feature is the suspension system for sure. Completely ventilated, I can't imagine my back sweating in this pack. Dual hip-belt pockets. Exterior pockets, and side pockets that you can reach without taking the pack off. Plenty of space for all my stuff. Elastic, sheathed gear loops. Whistle in the chest strap (cute).
The loops designed to hold the business end of your trekking poles are floppy, doesn't hold them very tight. I worry about ripping it on a sharp rock.
Mile High Mountaineering


Cred: 323
Review by Funky on Jul. 24, 2008
Wow...not having a light backpack before and picking this one up I am surprised. Works for all my trips less then 3 nights. holds a ton of equipment and rides really nice.
not one size fits all so the hip belt placement is a little off. Also you have to get used to packing it in a different way (can't pack the front pockets as then access to the main compartment is not very good.


Cred: 12
Review by S(ea)M(an)M(ountain) on Oct. 01, 2008
Main feature is comfort to weight ratio. This bag is perfect for the minimalist who isn't truly ultralight but wants to move quickly or go long distances with a controlled amount of gear.
You got to give to get. What is bad about this pack is precisely what makes it good. Its awkward frame annoys people who would rather their gear function as luggage.
To each his/her own. I know what I want to do: move fast and light, maintain manuverability, but not sacrifice space.


Cred: 1376
Review by clover on Jul. 21, 2008
The mesh backpanel-- keeps your back nice and cool; very light; fits like a glove; munchie pouches on the hipbelt
Don't load your hipbelt before you are wearing the pack or you might overload them


Cred: 24
Review by dls458 on Feb. 14, 2011
Great weekend pack! I've rocked the pack for a few seasons now, and its truly bomber. Fits all my climbing gear, camping gear, and collapses nicely if I want to wear it while climbing. Great extended weekend/ultralite backpack.
Hip belt leaves a bit to be desired, I would refer an alternate location for the hydration sleeve, as it always gets smashed by anything else I put in the pack


Cred: 9
Review by pundt1 on Mar. 01, 2012
Very sturdy and comfortable. You can really tell its made to last.
I dont really like the pockets on the side, they arent closed on one side and although the elastic makes a tight fit I always worry something will fall out


Cred: 98
Review by fb_1126530105 on Feb. 26, 2008
AMAZING suspension and back-panel, plenty of pockets, light, tough


Cred: 614
Review by octennis on Aug. 16, 2008
Great weekend size pack. Light weight, good suspension


Cred: 3
Review by jpColorado on Jul. 30, 2008
Great suspension, lightweight, useful pocket arrangements, great elastic pocket on the back
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