Osprey Expedition Packs"
Just got this pack and took it on a four day trip. It worked great. Had several younger kids so I was stuck with pretty heavy load, over 60 pounds when water was full. Harn…
- DAVID, 04/07/13
this pack is very light when it is empty so it wont add extra weigth for your travels. comfy straps for long trips and many pockets to keep things seperated along with places…
- Amanda, 11/25/13
Thanks to the amazing staff at the Birmingham, MI Moosejaw store, I was able to try on both this pack and the Osprey Women's Arial 65. I chose the Xena simply because the only…
- Becka, 08/12/13
Technology, fit & finish, features, and design make this pack a go to for all skill levels in scout-centric backpacking.…
- Zachary, 10/24/13
it is a huge backpack, i have to say. but it balances pretty well and with all the straps and adjustments, you can fit it pretty well on yourself. the backslip can be drawn ou…
- Xiaojing, 07/29/13
You can tell Osprey put all their design experience into this pack. This pack is a dream for heavy loads. With the custom molded hip belt and the great lumbar support, the pac…
- MARK, 05/08/13
I'm an avid backpacker who has been working in the wilderness industry for years and gone through many backpacks, including; EMS packs, Gregory packs, Kelty packs. This is the…
- Kodiak, 03/01/14
About Osprey Expedition Packs:
No matter your selection from the outstanding collection of Osprey Expedition Packs, it's going to be a winner. Between all the nifty storage solutions for your tools and gear and the unmatched versatility of one of these packs, Osprey has got you covered from safari to sea.
A fantabulous pack that will meet all your outdoor adventure needs is the Osprey Aether 85 Pack. This baby comes with a convertible top and lumbar pack so you can extend your amount of packing space as well as your vacation, not to mention it is perfect for any weather anywhere.
Even more, the Aeither 85 is made with a Lightwire alloy frame suspension and an Isoform harness to make sure you're able to carry a heavy, heavy load a long, long way without getting pooped out. Like when bringing your two-months-worth of laundry home to mom.