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Osprey Xenith 75 Pack

Osprey Xenith 75 Pack is rated 4.714285714285714 out of 5 by 7.
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Product Description Item No.   10210126

The Osprey Xenith 75 Pack is a large pack for your heavy duty hiking needs. Although the smallest liter size of the Xenith group, the Xenith 75 (code name X75) has been powerfully built to not only handle 3-7 day trips but a load range of 50-70 pounds. Pack in the gear and let the X75's LightWireHD™ frame and HDPE framesheet give the support, while BioForm4™ harness and BioForm4CM™ hipbelt add comfort and carry power. An external hydration sleeve hides right behind the AirScape™ backpanel, out of the way from the rest of your gear while still remaining easy to access. Features such as side zip access, vertical zip side pockets, stretch mesh pockets and a removable top pocket help locate specific items while on the move. Less time searching, more time hiking and enjoying the outdoors. I made up that whole thing about the code name.

FEATURES of the Osprey Xenith 75 Pack

  • Dual Compartment Top Pocket
  • Dual Ice Axe Loops
  • Harness Adjustment
  • Hydration
  • Red Compression Strap
  • Side Compression Straps
  • Side Zip Access
  • Sleeping Bag Compartment
  • Sleeping Pad Straps
  • Stow-on-the-Go
  • Stretch Mesh Front Pocket
  • Stretch Mesh Side Pockets
  • Vertical Zippered Pockets
  • Zippered Hipbelt Pockets

- + Product Specifications
Weight (Large): 5 lbs 6 oz
Dimensions (Large): 35 x 14 x 15 in.
Dimensions (Medium): 88 x 35 x 38 in.
Dimensions (Extra Large): 36 x 14 x 15 in.
Weight (Medium): 5 lbs 3 oz
Pack Capacity (Large): 79 Liters / 4821 Cubic inches
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Weight (Extra Large): 5 lbs 9 oz
Dimensions: 88 x 35 x 38 in.
Fabric Details: 840D Nylon power mesh
Product Technology: Osprey Custom Molding, Osprey Peripheral Frame
Pack Capacity (Medium): 75 Liters / 4577 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Extra Large): 83 Liters / 5065 Cubic inches
Weight: 83 oz
Weight Capacity: 70 lbs
Features: Adjustable Torso, Detachable Lid, Detachable Daypack, Load-Lifter Straps, Hip Belt, Hydration Compatible, Hip Belt Pockets, Ice Axe / Trekking Pole Loops, Compression Straps
Gender: Mens
Best Use: Hiking, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine, Travel
Pack Capacity: 75 Liters / 4577 Cubic inches
Frame Type: Internal
Hydration Capacity: Above 100 oz
Pack Access: Top, Front
Osprey Custom Molding

Osprey Custom Molding
When the loads get heavy, a supportive and effective hipbelt can support that weight. Osprey custom heat molds their hipbelt to you, eliminating hotspots, chaffing and bruising. This combines the best of a stiff, load bearing hipbelt with the cushioned comfort you need most when trekking with all your gear.

Osprey Peripheral Frame

Osprey Peripheral Frame
Peripheral frame was a departure from the norm many years ago and it’s still the foundation of our gear hauling packs. A wire frame runs along the outside of the backpanel directly connecting the upper load lifters and the central core of the pack to the hipbelt to transition and spread the load. Allowing natural torsional movement, effective adjustable torsos, and different load range and backpanel builds makes this suspension design truly innovative.

Men's Packs
PACK SIZE One Size X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large S / M M / L
Xenith - - - 18 - 21 20 - 23 22 - 25 - -
Aether (*excludes 60L) - - 16 - 19 18 - 21 20 - 23 22 - 25 - -
Volt 17 - 22 - - - - - - -
Atmos AG - - 16 - 19 18 - 21 20 - 23 - - -
Stratos, Manta AG (36L, 28L), Skarab (32L, 24L) - - - - - - 16 - 19 18 - 21
Kestrel, Talon, Kamber - - - - - - 16 - 20 19 - 23
Volt - - - - - - 16 - 19 18 - 21
Manta AG (20L), Skarab (18L), Raptor, Viper 17 - 21 - - - - - - -
Waypoint 17 - 22 - - - - - - -
Unisex Packs
PACK SIZE One Size X-Small Small Medium Large S / M M / L
Exos, Variant - - 16 - 19 18 - 21 20 - 23 - -
Escapist (*excludes 18L) - - - - - 16 - 20 19 - 23
Daylite 15 - 22 - - - - - -
Mutant, Radial, Farpoint - - - - - 15 - 19 18 - 22
Kamber Abs - - - - - 16 - 19 18 - 22
Rev Available in S / M and M / L. Select the size that matches your typical apparel size.
Zealot 15 - 21 - - - - - -
Syncro - - - - - 16 - 19 18 - 21
Women's Packs
PACK SIZE One Size X-Small Small Medium Large XS / S S / M
Xena, Aura AG - 14 - 17 16 - 19 18 - 21 - - -
Ariel (*excludes 75 / 55L) - 14 - 17 16 - 18 18 - 21 20 - 22* - -
Viva, Wayfarer 14 - 19 - - - - - -
Sirrus - - - - - 15 - 18 16 - 20
Kyte, Tempest, Kresta - - - - - 13 - 17 16 - 20
Mira AG (34L, 26L), Skimmer (30L, 22L) - 15 - 18 17 - 20 - - - -
Mira AG (18L) 15 - 18 - - - - - -
Skimmer (16L) 15 - 19 - - - - - -
Raven, Verve 14 - 18 - - - - - -
Kid Carriers + Kids' Packs
PACK SIZE One Size Age
Ace 75 14 - 19 11 - 18
Ace 50 13 - 18 8 - 14
Ace 38 11 - 15 6 - 11
Jet 18 13 - 17 8 +
Jet 12 11 - 15 5 +
Hydrajet 11 - 15 5 +
Moki 11 - 16 5 +

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.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from The pack to have So basically there is nothing negative to say about this backpack, does everything better than all of my previous backpacks in comfort , looks and build. As much access zippers to different compartments as you'll ever need and nice addition with the detachable top lid. Only thing that i might complain about is the color choices, which at first was yeah i need some more color, but the blue is actually a more brighter blue than in the pics which made it better. All in all if you want a backpack for long outings, euro trips long treks and whatever you can think of, this is the pack to get, more like a multi-purpose tool. Highly recommended, though try getting it on sale it does put a dent in your budget. Found it on sale on a different website and asked for a price match!
Date published: 2014-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pack, Especially for Large Guys The pack is built very well. They have a lifetime warranty, but I bet that with as well put together as it is, they rarely have to pay up on it. Three features stand out as extra awesome. First, it has a hip belt pouch on both sides, so you can get to a lot of small items like a gps, compass, snack bar, or sunscreen without taking off the pack. Second, the top cover comes off and has a hip belt built in, so it can be used as a pretty large summit hike pack by itself. I found it very comfortable to use. Third, the hydration pouch is outside the main pack in hard sleeve along your back. You can refill your water without getting into the main compartment, which has saved me a lot of time in the first few times I have used it. I found it was worth it to get the Osprey brand hydration bladder, and it can easily hold the 3L version. I have a long torso, and I am a pretty big guy. There are smaller sizes of this pack, but there are not a lot of packs that can fit a big guy. I'm thinking the hip belt would cover anyone up to at least 48" waist. The large shoulder straps should fit even a body builder's frame. This is a big pack. I wouldn't take it on a day hike for sure. But I can easily pack in all my stuff for a week with ease. I could see it being great for hunters as well as hikers. Somebody was really thinking when they designed this pack.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never regretted purchasing this product once Amazing backpack. It can hold all the essentials plus some and it is very evenly distributed. It holds a lot of weight with ease. I was very impressed, this is my first Osprey product and if I ever need another pack again (which is doubtful) I will go with Osprey. I bought this pack in store in the summer of 13' and have taken it out 10+ times. I plan on many more adventures.
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for big loads Very nice pack for big loads. Commonly carry 40+ pounds (extra gear for back-country fly fishing) and the weight carries really well. Adjustability of harness is great for dialing in fit (and changing with circumstances), comfortable hit belt, the belt pockets fit GPS/camera easily, and the external pocket layout is great (side mesh pockets for 1 liter Nalgene's even with a full pack; two outside pockets for rain gear, and the mesh for the extra layer). Top lid swallows up the miscellaneous items. First time out with a big load, the frame creaked at each step, but with a better packing job on my part, this went away (love the "built-in" instant feedback from Osprey!). Other nit-picky items could include: the straps/connectors on the belt and the tip lid are hard to adjust on the fly (clips seem to be oriented backwards), it is a tight fit for a 20 degree synthetic bag in the bottom compartment, the external sleeping pad straps could be longer, and there are not really any extra attachment points on the outside of the pack. But overall this is a very solid pack for lots of gear or for longer trips.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pack for Search and Rescue I use this for SAR and it is AMAZING. There's plenty of room for 48 hours worth of clothes, sleeping bag and your food items. Also has so many pockets for all sorts of gear.
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bombproof backpack for scouts and scouters. Technology, fit & finish, features, and design make this pack a go to for all skill levels in scout-centric backpacking.
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great suspension, too finicky My Xenith 75 replaced an old Marmot Glacier pack (the year after Marmot bought Dana Designs) of similar capacity which had served me well for 15(?) years. I'm 6'6", 230-260# depending on how much Ben & Jerry's I've consumed of late, so fitting me is a challenge. This Xenith does so, with fantastic adjustability in the torso and belt. Some competitors advertise ranges in torso which aren't accurate -- the Xenith's is, at least on the high end. It is very comfortable. My old Marmot advertised something like 60+# capacity, but that was stretching it. I'm not happy carrying a load over 40#, but this pack can do it comfortably, while breathing well. The lid explodes easily and is readily adjustable. The cons: (1) Durability -- the side pockets are a stretch material that showed signs of fraying after my first trip. Holes are present after only a few. One of the compression straps is fraying. The straps are narrower and thinner throughout, and the buckles are not bulletproof. I would be concerned taking it mountaineering. The pack material is not built to last. The cynic would call that planned obsolescence. (2) Too busy -- Osprey could shave substantial weight that could be invested back into durability (while saving manufacturing costs). For example, the bottom access zipper, seen on most packs these days just adds weight and expense with very little payoff -- 99% of the time, one takes out one's bag at the end of the day anyway and the access area is difficulty to stuff a larger bag into anyway. Similarly, there are two outside zip pockets that, if you've filled the pack, you can't really use for much anyway. Ditch those and save some weight. I'm not a big fan of the little pockets on the belt (I know many folks are), which are not very durable -- ditch those and save a couple more ounces. I would love to see Osprey simplify this pack and invest the savings back into toughness.
Date published: 2016-08-01
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