Osprey Exos 58 Pack

Osprey Exos 58 Pack is rated 4.3913 out of 5 by 23.
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Product Description Item No.   10084137

The Osprey Exos 58 Pack is a lightweight backcountry pack that touts plenty of awesome features to make carrying your load worry-free. Forget about hot spots and a sweaty back thanks to the AirSpeed suspension system, a 3D tensioned mesh backpanel and side crescent ventilation for maximum airflow between your back and your bag. All contact surfaces are made of breathable mesh for comfort. This bag is hydration compatible and ready to stow water on the go. Enjoy the comfort provided by the BioStretch harness and hipbelt, and never experience shifting weight thanks to the internal and external compression components. Store your gear in style and comfort with this pack. And all the cool kids have one.

FEATURES of the Osprey Exos 58 Pack

  • Removable floating lid with top and under-lid zippered pockets
  • Superlight YKK buckles
  • Removable superlight, 7mm side compression straps
  • Mesh side pockets with Inside Out compression
  • Zippered hipbelt pockets
  • Cross functional and removable sleeping pad straps
  • Integrated Flap Jacket for weather-protected lidless use
  • Cord tie-off points
  • Front stretch mesh pocket
  • Ice tool attachment loop
Superlight Air Speed Suspension
  • 6065 aluminum frame
  • 3D tensioned breathable mesh backpanel with side ventilation
ExoForm Harness
  • 15 mm adjustable slide sternum strap
  • Stretch mesh energy gel pocket
ExoForm Hipbelt
  • ErgoPull closure
  • Seamless layered mesh provides improved comfort and cushioning
Integrated Flap Jacket
  • The Flap Jacket lid deploys to provide main compartment protection from the elements and top-down compression to keep the pack load stable

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Gender: Mens
Best Use: Backpacking

Men's Packs
PACK SIZE One Size Small S / M Medium M / L Large X-Large
Aether 60 + Atmos - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" - 20 - 23" -
Aether 70, 85 - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" - 20 - 23" 22 - 25"
Manta 20 18 - 21" - - - - - -
Raptor + Viper 15 - 21" - - - - - -
Stratos + Manta 28, 36 - - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" - -
Talon + Kestrel - - 16 - 20" - 19 - 23" - -
Volt 17 - 22" - - - - - -
Waypoint - - - 18 - 21" - 20 - 23" -
Xenith - - - 18 - 21" - 20 - 23" 22 - 25"
Women's Packs
PACK SIZE One Size X-Small XS / S Small S / M Medium Large
Ariel 65 - 14 - 17" - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" 20 - 23"
Aura - - - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" 20 - 23"
Mira 18 14 - 18" - - - - - -
Raven + Verve 14 - 18" - - - - - -
Sirrus + Mira 26, 34 - - 15 - 18" - 17 - 20" - -
Tempest + Kyte - - 13 - 17" - 16 - 20" - -
Viva 14 - 19" - - - - - -
Waypoint - - - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" -
Xena + Aerial 55, 75 - 14 - 17" - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" -
Unisex Packs
PACK SIZE One Size Small S / M Medium M / L Large
Exos, Variant + Mutant - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" - 20 - 23"
Kode + Farpoint - - 15 - 19" 18 - 21" - -
Rev Available in S / M and M / L. Select the size that matches your typical apparel size.
Reverb 14 - 18" - - - - -
Zealot + Syncro - - 16 - 19" - 18 - 21" -
Kid Carriers + Kids' Packs
PACK SIZE One Size Age / Weight
Ace 14 - 20" 12 - 16 years old
Jib 13 - 19" 10 - 14 years old
Poco 15 1/2 - 21 1/2" Holds up to 48.5 lbs (child, gear and pack combined)
PACK SIZE One Size X-Small Small S / M Medium M / L Large X-Large
Standard Fixed Hipbelts 25 - 50" 24 - 45" 24 - 25" 26 - 45" 27 - 48" 28 - 50" 29 - 55" -
Interchangeable Hipbelts
- < 28" 27 - 31" - 30 - 34" - 33 - 37" > 36"
Xena + Ariel
Interchangeable Hipbelts
- < 28" 27 - 31" - 30 - 34" - > 33" -
Xenith + Aether
Interchangeable Hipbelts
- - < 31" - 30 - 34" - 33 - 37" > 36"

Please note that the info provided above refers to the torso size each pack will fit, and NOT any dimensions of the pack. Below are some steps for how to get your torso length. You should probably have someone help take this measurement for you so it is accurate. And they might accidentally touch your butt.

• Start at the iliac crest, which is the top of the hipbones on the side of your body. These act like a shelf for supporting a pack hipbelt.
• From this level on your spine, measure to the C7 vertebrae, the knobby bone at the base of your neck when you put your head down.
• Make sure you keep your back as straight as possible while measuring.
• This torso measurement determines what size Osprey pack you should carry. Refer to the size charts above to find your ideal size.
• If you are in between sizes, it is ideal to try them both on before ordering.

• Measure around your hips at your iliac crest, NOT your waist.
• A properly fitted hipbelt rides centered over the hipbones and needs to be very snug.
• The padded portion should wrap well around your hips, leaving a gap of 3 to 6 inches between the tips of the both hip pads when securely tightened.
• Refer to the Hipbelts size chart above to help determine your ideal Osprey pack size, but again, your torso length is what should determine your pack size, NOT the hipbelt.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from AntiGravity! They should call this the helium pack. It is that light, yet is 58 liters! I've had one of these for about 2 years and the pack still looks/functions as new. I worried when I first got it that some of the light components may break, but they haven't. I like this pack so much that I just ordered another one for my son. I use this pack on extended summer hikes when I carry my lighter gear. In the snow I still use my larger Osprey Argon 110.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exellent pack, very well made and thought through I have used this pack for about 3 years now for about 35 days of adventuring total. It has done well as a airplane carry-on, is light enough to be a day pack, and is an amazing hiking pack. It has handled all that Maine can dish out with very minimal wear.
Date published: 2016-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pack for Grand Canyon steeps Very comfortable, good balance, with 21 pounds (bag included) on the Bright Angel Trail at the Grand Canyon. I am 66 and in better than average shape for my age.
Date published: 2016-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Performance for minimal weight I first bought an Osprey Aether 60 in 2004. I used this pack regularly for 10 years before it started showing some wear. In 2014 I saw the EXOS 58 and loved the idea of a 2 lb 10 oz full featured pack. I tried it out and the first thing that I noticed was the great fit. The next thing I noticed was how well this pack ventilates the back. I think this is the best feature of the EXOS series. The first trip I carried 35 lbs to test its max capabilities. Normally I would carry this much on a 5 day hike. The packs suspension held up well under this load, but for me this is the maximum I would carry using this model. The thin straps throughout the pack are adequate while decreasing the weight. The shoulder straps and hip belt at first glance appear to have minimal padding. In use the padding is quite comfortable, and the open cell structure of the foam ventilates at the shoulder and hip contact points quite well. After two seasons of use, the straps on the hip belt, shoulder harness, side load supports, and bottom pad strap are all functioning well with no slippage. I did tear out a guide loop at the bottom of the pack where it appears this loop was not sewn in completely. I found this to have no effect on how well the pack performs though. The hood I feel is a bit too large for the pack. I believe if you filled this hood completely, you may end up with a awkward set up where it would crowd your head. By keeping the hood cinched down and not filled too high, I find I have plenty of head room. I appreciate that the hydration pocket is accessible without removing gear, and that I have a hydration port on each side. The hip belt pockets are sized perfectly for an energy bar on one side and my GPS on the other. Each shoulder strap also has a pocket. Lastly, compared to my Aether 60, The EXOS is not built nearly as robustly, however it is quite adequate for the backpacker who wont be doing a lot of bush wacking and scrambling.
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great pack for weight conscious thru hikers. I purchased this pack for hiking the PCT. The overall design and minimal weight makes it the best "big brand" pack available. The side stretch pockets are great for hydration, upright or facing forward. These pockets can carry 4 one liter bottles conveniently. The back stretch pocket is great for maps, trowel, TP, or other quick grab items that don't fit in hip or pant pockets. The main compartment is roomy and the silver (or green if you have a green/black) strips provide passage of some ambient light. The many tightening adjustments allow for tightening the load securely, with minimal weight. The top removable flap pocket is nice, but excess weight for any UL conscious person. The interior pocket for a water bladder is a nice touch, given the demand for water bladders, and might protect the pack contents from a bladder break - but I wouldn't count on it. It's the one thing that could be eliminated to save a little more weight if Osprey wanted to convert this a little more UL. The hip pockets are a little smaller than some, sufficient for a small camera, a bottle of sanitizer, lip balm, lighter, or a short granola bar. The lack of bulk prevents them from bouncing, so there is a little trade off for small hip pockets. I have a 31" waist and with a medium sized pack I could "almost" pull the waist straps as tight as they would go without discomfort. So there is excess strap left over when tightening for an average trim build (I'm 5'9" 155 lbs with a 31" waist). The chest straps both have a pocket most convenient for a bar snack as long as it's skinny like a candy bar, or most granola bars (they held my MetRx protein bars great). They wouldn't be good for a wide bar such as Cliff. There is a handy quick access strap set up for holding hiking poles. While not necessary, it does come in quite handy from time to time. They are also great for keeping your poles with your pack so you don't loose them (like I did once). Load lifter are adequate, small and light weight.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ignore the bad reviews regarding durability I've got 20 hiking days/200 miles on this pack in the Sierra's this season and the pack has held up very well. It's not as durable as some other packs, but it weighs between 1.5 and 3 POUNDS less than a similar-sized pack and everything is a trade-off. There isn't another 58 out there that is more durable and weighs just 2 1/2 pounds. If it tears who cares... Osprey warranties these things FOREVER and they will fix or replace it free. I generally hike with about 25-30 lbs and have had as much as 45 lbs in it without any problem. The buckle only popps open if you are too stupid to realize that it has an orientation and buckels one-way.
Date published: 2011-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GET It!! This pack is not only extremely cool but really light wieght. I currently purchased the Large verson of the Exos 58 pack and being a skinny 6'2 male it fits incredibly well. Not only does the pack distrubte the weight well throughout my waist it stays tight and close to my center of gravity dispite the large size. It has plenty of pockets and places to store essiental gear, with the ease of axcess. A friend of mine with a different Ospey pack and is still finding pockets and has had it for years. It is also a stong pack and Osprey always gaurntees their product with life time repair or replacement. Great company to buy from!
Date published: 2011-10-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A little light duty I took this pack out for 6 days in Wyoming's Wind River Range. I had the following problems:,, 1. The waist buckle popped open continually. In Osprey's attempt to make the pack light they fitted it with a small waist buckle which did not handle pressure. ,, 2. The mesh side pockets ripped up. This pack may be suitable for established trails but not for bushwacking.,, 3. I like the waist belt pockets but the mesh also ripped.,,,,The pack is too light duty for backpacking in wilderness areas. I would not recommend it for rough terrain. I contacted Osprey and they have agreed to repair the pack but would not replace it with a studier models such as the Atmos or Aether.
Date published: 2010-08-11
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