Buy a plane ticket to New Zealand, pack up your gear in the Osprey Aether AG 85 Backpack, and wander into the land of infinite possibilities. Equipped with Anti-Gravity technology, the newly reworked back panel is specifically designed to make the pack feel lighter than it actually is through a suspended panel of lightweight mesh that has a not-even-there feel when the pack is weighed down with a week's worth of gear. A staple of Osprey's packs, the LightWire frame provides crucial support while keeping weight to a minimum through its reliable load transfer, allowing you to focus on the overwhelmingly grandiose beauty of your surroundings, instead of the brutal weight of your pack while trekking rocky, steep terrain. The adjustable IsoForm5 shoulder harness and CM hip belt allow the fit of the pack to be dialed in to fit your frame size--although, it's worth a mention that the pack is available in three different sizes to fit different torso lengths. A removable top-lid converts to a detachable day pack for quick adventures away from base camp, while the zippered sleeping bag compartment and removable sleeping pad straps carry your bed-time gear with ease. Multiple compression straps help cinch down the load for added stability, and multiple gear attachment points hold ice axes and trekking poles for close-at-hand access. From week-long trips to full-on month-long adventures, the Aether AG is your go-to pack to getting you through the backcountry with all your gear.
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