Osprey Aether 60 Pack

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This bestselling pack now features an updated design and a stiff, well-padded hipbelt. The light weight, support and highly customizable fit stays amazingly comfortable mile after mile.

Features

  • Custom-moldable, anatomically contoured hipbelt balances firmness and cushioning for optimal support and comfort
  • Osprey certified custom molding is available in most REI stores—check your local store for a custom hipbelt molding oven
  • Back panel is lined with flat spacer mesh for a smooth and breathable contact surface
  • Peripheral frame effectively transfers weight to the hipbelt; single 6061-T6 aluminum center stay helps maintain back panel shape
  • Top-loading main compartment can also be accessed through a curved side zipper on the front of the pack body; wide-mouth sleeping bag compartment is easy to load and unload
  • Top lid converts to lumbar pack with a built-in belt
  • External hydration sleeve in the back panel simplifies refilling and helps protect pack contents from spills (hydration reservoir sold separately)
  • Large stretch-mesh front pocket makes it easy to quickly stash and access extra gear
  • Zippered hipbelt pockets and dual-access stretch-mesh side pockets provide secure storage and organization
  • The Osprey Aether 60 pack features dual side compression straps, removable sleeping pad straps, trekking pole attachment and 2 ice-axe loops and handle wraps

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Backpacking

Frame Type

Internal Frame

Adjustable Torso Length

Yes

Material(s)

Ripstop nylon/nylon oxford

Frame Material

HDPE framesheet/metal alloy peripheral frame

Number of Stays

1 aluminum center stay

Pack Access

Top / front

Number of Exterior Pockets

6 + main compartment

Sleeping Bag Compartment

Yes

Gender

Unisex

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