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Osprey Exos 58 Pack


    Osprey Exos 58 Pack

    The redesigned Osprey Exos 58 Pack adds even more comfort and support with an improved harness and hipbelt, and offers new materials and hardware for lighter weight on your multiday backpacking trip. See details

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    The redesigned Osprey Exos 58 Pack adds even more comfort and support with an improved harness and hipbelt, and offers new materials and hardware for lighter weight on your multiday backpacking trip.

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    The redesigned Osprey Exos 58 Pack adds even more comfort and support with an improved harness and hipbelt, and offers new materials and hardware for lighter weight on your multiday backpacking trip.

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    The redesigned Osprey Exos 58 Pack adds even more comfort and support with an improved harness and hipbelt, and offers new materials and hardware for lighter weight on your multiday backpacking trip.

    • Ultralight and supportive, this pack offers the best of both worlds; airy suspension is both light and comfortable for superlight backpacking and thru-hiking
    • Ventilated and supportive shoulder harness is made with slotted, mesh-covered foam and features an adjustable sternum strap, built-in whistle and a pocket for energy gel
    • Mesh-covered, slotted-foam hipbelt tightens with an ergonomic, forward-pull cinch closure
    • Breathable, tensioned-mesh back panel pushes air to the sides for ventilation
    • 6061-T6 aluminum peripheral hoop frame effectively shifts load weight to the lumbar pad and hipbelt
    • Removable lid and over-the-top compression straps secure the main compartment; integrated FlapJacket™ deploys to offer weather protection when you're going lidless
    • Hydration-compatible design places the reservoir (sold separately) in a cavity behind the back panel for easy refilling
    • Ultralight compression straps on the sides take up extra volume without adding too much weight
    • Front and side stretch woven pockets, zippered mesh hipbelt pockets and an under-lid pocket make it easy to organize and access often-used items and snacks
    • The Osprey Exos 58 Pack features removable sleeping-pad straps; tool attachment features cord tie-offs that let you strap an ice axe or other tool to the outside of the pack


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    Osprey Exos 58 Pack Specs
    Best use
    55 liters58 liters61 liters
    3,356 cubic inches3,539 cubic inches3,722 cubic inches
    2 lbs. 5 oz2 lbs. 6 oz2 lbs. 8 oz
    1.05 kilograms1.09 kilograms1.13 kilograms
    16 - 18 inches18 - 21 inches21 - 23 inches
    < 31 inches30 - 34 inches33+ inches
    1 peripheral hoop1 peripheral hoop1 peripheral hoop
    7 + main compartment7 + main compartment7 + main compartment
    Frame type
    Gear capacity (L)
    Gear capacity (cu. in.)
    Weight - metric
    Adjustable torso
    Fits torso
    Fits waist/hips
    Frame material
    Number of stays
    Suspended mesh back panel
    Pack loading
    Pack access
    Number of exterior pockets
    Sleeping bag compartment
    Raincover included

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    Osprey Exos 58 Pack is rated 4.8571 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most comfortable, light bag. Just purchased this pack. I have five different backpacks of varying sizes and weights and I can say that this is by far the most comfortable of them all. When I tried this pack on in the store, I wasn't nearly as convinced as I was after my hike this weekend. I had a winter load with me, about 24 pounds including food, water, and fuel, and I barely noticed it was on. I have a flash 62 that wears my hips raw, a Gregory contour 60 that is almost 4.5 pounds, and a Asolo ultralight 50 that has horrible padding; this pack is the only one I will use from now on. The hip belt is very comfortable, and the shoulder pads are great. Materials are rather lightweight, and the compression straps are thin, but this pack is light weight, this is the trade off. I would highly recommend everyone try this bag.
    Date published: 2014-04-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great improvements! This is the pack I will be carrying on my 2014 AT Thru-hike. Osprey has made many great updates to the pack from previous models which makes it an even better choice. I've already had it out for several days under 30pound loads and have been very pleased. The new hipbelt and shoulder material has seriously upgraded the packs comfort compared to the old model.
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holds bear can, rides amazingly, cushy This is my fifth and most comfortable pack, rides like a dream. I own a granite gear nimbus and a ULA Catalyst, but prefer the way this pack rides as well as its amazing moisture shedding design. Pros- The hip belt stays tight and has looped straps for a great grip while cinching. The biggest selling point is that it holds a bv500 or other large bear canister sideways. The pack opens wide at the top and you can easily slide the can all the way down, so you could position it anywhere. The mesh pockets on the shoulder straps can hold an iPhone 5 securely, but it's a tight fit. The hip belt pockets are larger than those on earlier models. Great trekking pole holder on the left side if you ever need to free up your hands. If you've never worn an Osprey airspeed, now is the time. No more soggy summer back. Cons- The hydration sleeve is internal unlike the cool external one on some osprey packs. The hip belt pockets are mesh on the top half so you will need some other protection for a phone or camera if that is what you use it for. The load lifters are small and not the easiest to find/hold on to. Cons aside, this pack is awesome. I think in a few years tons of hikers will use this pack so I hope Osprey adds some more colors.
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Full Featured and Under 3 lbs is Impressive Initial impressions are very good. Form, fit, and feature set are just right for most trips. A full featured, well ventilated design at under 3 lbs is quite a feat! I recently purchased this pack. I had a ULA Circuit in my sights and almost purchased it until I saw this pack had just been released to market. I could not believe that a M size 58 L @ 2lb 10oz fully featured pack rated for 38 lbs could be possible. When I saw this pack, I had to have it. Osprey Customer Service I have used and basically worn out a 2004 Osprey Aether 60. My Aether 60 weighs 3 lbs 4 oz and I thought that was light! I am sending this pack back to Osprey where they have agreed to replace worn out straps, a draw string and buckles. They are doing this under warranty! Excellent service. When I called Osprey and mentioned to them that the sleeping pad strap on the Exos is too short to wrap around a Zpad, or anything similar, they agreed to provide me a solution. Function of Exos 58 My Exos 58 weighs 2 lbs 10 oz. There are hip belt pockets on each side, and they are big enough to hold a camera, couple energy bars, gps, etc. The full featured hood pocket is fairly large, and it has an additional pocket underneath for wallet, keys, etc. There are two pockets, one on each shoulder strap for small items such as goo, energy bar, etc. There are two large mesh, two-way pockets on each side of the bottom of the pack. Finally there is a large exterior stretch mesh panel on the outside/front of the pack. This is handy for anything wet, overflow gear, etc. On the interior there is a hydration sleeve next to the backpanel. The sleeve has a handy buckle at the top to secure the water bag. A 2L water bladder fits perfectly. There are two ports, one on the left and one on the right for your hose. The straps and buckles are all constructed with weight saving in mind. The side compressionstraps are about 3/8" wide, and run in a Z-pattern up the each side the full length of the pack. The sleeping pad strap is made of the same material and threads through loops to form two larger loops where your pad, tent, etc can be secured at the bottom. The shoulder straps and hip belt are lightly but sufficiently padded, and are constructed of a breathable foam mesh. The aluminum tube frame runs the perimeter of the pack. The tubing is about 1/4" in diameter and is very sturdy. The frame also supports the trampoline mesh back panel allowing for superb ventilation and comfort. I have loaded my pack up with 26 lbs, and found the fit and comfort to be excellent. The weight distribution to the hips is perfectly balanced. The pack bag sits well on the frame. The M size fits my 17 1/2" torso very well, even though the specs say the M range starts at 18" torso. I have not had the opportunity to use the pack on the trail yet, and will provide updates throughout. Initial impressions are very assuring that this pack is going to be very comfortable on the trail. The one thing I am most encouraged about is the ventilation in the back panel. I took this pack on a recent overnight trip. I found the construction to be quite sturdy. The frame is stiff and supportive, yet comfortable. I intentionally loaded it up with 32 lbs. I feel that this is maximum comfort range. Any more and the pack would struggle to control and support the load. The shoulder straps, hipbelt, and compression straps all worked well to stabilize the pack and distribute the load. I was impressed and surprised at how strong the front pocket strap is. I inadvertently picked it up fully loaded by the pocket strap and it easily supported the weight. The feature that stood out the most while hiking is the mesh back panel. The fit was excellent, while airflow was practically unimpeded across my back keeping me quite dry and comfortable. I will especially love this feature on summer hikes. The hydration sleeve is very convenient and paired with the Osprey Hydraulics 2L bladder the fit is perfect. The ports for the hose are on left and right. I was able to thread a Sawyer mini water filter through the hole just barely, but it fit. Using the inline filter and the bladder together provides flexibility of a quick fill drinking system, and a gravity system while in camp. Throughout the 12 mile hike, I felt comfortable and making my usual "micro" adjustments while hiking was easy and the buckles worked smoothly. The hipbelt pockets are perfectly placed and the zippers were super smooth to operate. The side stretch pockets are very easily accessible while hiking and can easily hold a 20 oz drink bottle, tent poles and just about anything else. If I have a couple of issues, it would be with the top pocket. I believe that it is a bit large for the pack, and also I would like to see the top flap buckles a different color. This pack has a removable top pocket. This is a nice feature. To accomodate the missing top pocket, you have a top flap permanently attached with identical buckles. It is easy to confuse the flap buckles with the pocket buckles. So far I have seen no potential weak points where premature wear can occur. So far, I am pleased with the fit and function overall of the Exos 58 pack.
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfy pack Just got this pack and one for my wife. I have only used it once so far in training for Mt. Whitney. Had about 15 lbs in it and could hardly tell it was there. The fact that the pack only weighs 2 lbs helps too. Will write more after our hike to Mt Whitney
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tight fit, but very blue. So this is just a quick review, The Pacific Blue is Very blue, but beautiful. Photos make this bag out to be a bit white'r. I got the Small and I am on the very edge of S/M. In contrast my Tallon 22 is a Med and fells way to big. Thats it for now.
    Date published: 2014-04-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight, comfortable, and great price I bought this bag for a 3-day trip into Zion NP backcountry. I wasn't convinced I would like it for the trip, but decided to give it a try. One of my main concerns was that the main pocket didn't have any entries other than the top. Once I got out on the trail this concern went away. It was extremely easy to find what I needed and to pack things in an efficient way. Things I liked: the back suspension is amazing. My back didn't get sweaty at all. That is a first for any backpacking trip I've ever been on. The top hood/bag is optional. The side water bottle pockets are so stretchy that not only could I fit one nalgene bottle, but I could have probably fit two, even with the pack filled to capacity. It was a 58 liter bag, and I used the men's medium, but it felt like a 65 liter bag because of how efficiently I could pack everything. Things I didn't love about the pack: The straps on the shoulders were a little rough or uncomfortable on my skin...I probably should have worn a different shirt.
    Date published: 2014-04-15

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