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Osprey Ariel 75 Pack - Women's

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  • Women's IsoForm CM™ (Custom Moldable) removable hipbelt offers superior load support with dual-density foam for enhanced support and an anatomically contoured shape
  • Osprey-certified Custom Molding available in most stores—check your local REI store for a custom hipbelt molding oven
  • ErgoPull™ hipbelt closure provides extra leverage in cinching, drawing tension along top and bottom—not through the center—to relieve hipbone pressure
  • Women's IsoForm dual-density foam harness with spacer mesh promotes airflow and wicks away moisture during warm weather and intense activity
  • LightWire™ suspension uses peripheral rods, a nubbed foam back panel, single stay and an internal framesheet
  • Running down the sidewall, the peripheral rods anchor to load lifter straps and hipbelt, actively transferring load to your hips and resisting sag
  • HDPE framesheet and a 2/3-length aluminum stay protect your back from bulky or pointy items and support heavy loads
  • Top pocket can be removed and converted into a lumbar pack; IsoForm hipbelt on pack can be removed and slid onto lumbar pack for comfortable carrying
  • J-zipper panel access makes packing and accessing your gear a breeze
  • Externally accessible bottom compartment with wide mouth and divider accommodates all types of sleeping bags
  • Dual-entry, stretch-woven side pockets keep essentials easily accessible, and a stretch-woven front pocket with welded vent accepts Osprey AddOns™ (sold separately)
  • Straightjacket™ compression with 3 horizontal straps let you securely compress the contents whether full or nearly empty, and without sag or load distortion
  • Internal compression strap stabilizes the load
  • Stow on the Go™ trekking pole attachment, side gear straps, ice axe tool loops, cord loop attachment slots and sleeping pad straps accommodate a variety of alpine gear
  • Hydration-compatible design features reservoir sleeve and dual drink tube exit ports for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)
  • Osprey Ariel 75 pack shaves weight yet remains tough with a 210-denier double-ripstop nylon and 420-denier nylon packcloth body and 500-denier plain-weave oxford nylon bottom

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Osprey Ariel 75 Pack - Women's Specs
Specification
Description
Frame type
Internal
Lightweight backpack
No
72 / 75 / 78 liter
4,400 / 4,600 / 4,800 cubic inches
4 lbs. 12 oz. / 5 lbs. / 5 lbs. 3 oz.
2.15 / 2.27 / 2.35 kilograms
Yes
27 - 31 / 30 - 34 / 33 - 37 inches
2/3-length aluminum stay
Top/side/front
4 + main compartment
Backpacking
<18.5 / 18 - 20.5 / 20+ inches
210D double-ripstop nylon/420D nylon packcloth/500D plain weave oxford nylon
HDPE framesheet/metal alloy peripheral frame
No
Top / Panel
Yes
No
Women's
Backpack style
Ultralight
Gear capacity (L)
Gear capacity (cu. in.)
Weight
Weight - metric
Adjustable torso
Fits waist/hips
Number of stays
Pack access
Number of exterior pockets
Best use
Fits torso
Material(s)
Frame material
Suspended mesh back panel
Pack loading
Sleeping bag compartment
Raincover included
Gender

Osprey Ariel 75 Pack - Women's

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Rated 4.8/5 based on 5 reviews
Rated 4out of5
by fromOsprey Ariel 75 I kept going back and forth on getting the Ariel 65 or 75. I purchased the 75 because it gave me flexability to put items inside my pack or outside. It also allowed me to put the large bear vault inside my pack. I loved being able to custom fit my pack. I needed a small pack, medium hip belt and large shoulder straps.
Date published: 2012-06-19
Rated 5out of5
by fromSo Comfy! So far haven't used this on a hard-core backpacking trip yet, but will soon. I've used it for several camping trips, including one where I had to haul gear for several other people as well as my own on a mile or so hike. So far it's been super comfortable, even with heavy loads. It's very well designed. The only thing I'd ask for is a few more pockets for things like cellphones and such, but those can be improvised. I also don't really have a need for ice-pick holders or whatever some of the straps and loops are for, but hey...you never know. Other than that it's roomy, has great compression straps, good padding, etc. I got the hipbelt molded at an REI store, which I'd recommend doing. All in all I'm really happy with it.
Date published: 2010-07-09
Rated 5out of5
by fromPhenomenal Pack! I recently went on a 4 day backpacking trip to Kesugi Ridge in Denali State Park. This was my first time using this pack and I sincerely enjoyed its comfort and large capacity. The pack is breathable and sits nicely for hours of hiking. I would highly recommend this pack for its comfort, lightweight, great amount of space, and wonderful looks.
Date published: 2011-07-23
Rated 5out of5
by fromExcellent pack I took this to the Grand Canyon for 6 nights below the rim and loved every minute of it. I went in with about 42lbs not including the pack weight and water. The pack is highly adjustable and very roomy. I was really torn b/t the Ariel 65 and the 75; I decided to go w/ the 75 b/c I don't like cramming things into my pack and the compression in the Ariel easily cinches up smaller loads. That versatility made it an easy choice for me. The 75 will take me farther, but it will do just as great of a job on shorter trips. The pack has a lot of adjustment options. I found it was very easy to adjust and extremely comfortable. I always felt balanced with the pack on. It didn't feel too hot either, which was a plus. I didn't end up having the hip belt molded, but I found it was very supportive and comfortable throughout the trip. I removed the lid and used it as a lumbar pack several times. It was easy to take off, comfortable to carry, and easy to put back on. The lid is actually quite roomy as a lumbar day pack. I was surprised by how much it held. I ended up carrying two 2 liter platypus bladders rather than a single larger unit. This worked out great; they both fit in the pack's hydration sleeve, and I was able to run the hoses out of the dual ports included for this purpose. I didn't go for the Osprey hydration bladder b/c it was heavy and I was concerned it would be way too hot. Even in the desert, my water bladders did not get too hot. I think the molded foam on the pack did an excellent job of allowing air to circulate, which kept my back & the water cool. The straps designed to stash hiking poles are a wonderful addition to the pack. I used them several times to scramble in a few spots and they worked perfectly. Pretty much every pocket, strap and zipper is in exactly the right place. It's easy to load and easy to unload. You can get everything you need into the most convenient place so it's right where you want it at the end of your hike. I love this pack and I'm planning to have it for a lot of years and a lot of miles.
Date published: 2011-07-30
Rated 5out of5
by fromYay! I mostly use synthetic materials, which tend to be bulkier than down. I got tired of having to stand on my head to compress everything, so purchased a larger back. SOOOO happy with that decision. The additional volume aides in ease of packing, organization and quick loading in the rain. The features are nice and the stretchy pocket on the front is a godsend. I haven't used the heat forming waist belt yet, but it fits great without that and, like my last Osprey, you can't even tell you are wearing it. I especially LOVE the airvented back. Another godsend. My one gripe, and it's a big gripe, is that it doesn't have a built in pack cover. Seriously, ax pick hooks, super cool quick stow Leki hooks, even an outside pad hook but no pack cover? Uncool. And, it is a little heavy, but only a few ounces more than the 65L and worth every ounce! And did I mention comfortable?
Date published: 2012-06-27

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