Not a word you'd hope could be used to describe your pack's smell--especially in bear country--but when you're planning an extended adventure, it's exactly how you'd describe the pack you need. Whether you have aspirations to walk the entire Appalachian trail or you're trekking through Nepal, the Osprey Xenith 88 Backpack has the packing space, support, and comfort to handle the task. The LightWireHD frame transfers weight to the hips so you can haul up to 70 pounds of gear, and the BioForm4 CM waist-belt can be custom heat-molded for a fully personalized fit. Curved zippers at both sides allow you to quickly access gear without dumping everything out, and the removable lid doubles as a day pack when you want to leave the bulk of your gear at camp.
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