Attempting to set a new speed record on the Pacific Crest Trail, the Osprey Exos 48 Backpack is full of smooth moves. With a balanced volume, it keeps your packing habits under control, and it doesn't laugh at the strange things you say to yourself as you hike. The AirSpeed back panel and light-yet-durable alloy frame blesses you with breathability by dumping excess heat out of the sides, and ExoForm covers the shoulder pads and waist-belt with mesh and gel for extended comfort mile after fast-paced mile. Even with minimalist hiking habits in mind, the Exos offers plenty of nooks and crannies for snacks, maps, and trekking poles, as well as some quality features. A hydration reservoir sleeve offers a place to stash your three-liter bladder, so you don't waste precious seconds stopping to pull out a water bottle, and the FlapJacket raincover keeps your precious gear dry when the weather turns sour.
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