Osprey Packs Exos 58L Backpack

Osprey Packs Exos 58L Backpack
Osprey Packs Exos 58L Backpack
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Exos 58L Backpack by Osprey Packs
From long weekend getaways to minimalist through hikes on the AT, the Osprey Exos 58 Backpack has everything you need for lightweight trail comfort, and nothing you don't. A removable daypack lets you take short, exploratory trips from your campsite, and plenty of mesh pockets and gear loops provide the capacity for maps, trekking poles, and snack stashes; an integrated rain cover protects your gear on rainy afternoons and compression straps keep everything under wraps. But where the Exos truly shines is in the form of the comfort it can provide. The combination of well-ventilated AirSpeed back panel and the light-yet-durable alloy frame brings a lot of breathability by dumping excess heat out the sides while you hike, and ExoForm covers the shoulder pads and waist belt with mesh and energy gel for the ideal cushion needed over weeks or even months on the trail.

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SKU: OSP00AP
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