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Osprey Atmos 35 (2009)

 
Osprey Atmos 35 (2009)

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Object Title: Osprey Atmos 35 (2009)

Manufacturer: Osprey

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Created/Edited: Feb 15, 2009 / Feb 15, 2009

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Product Description

Atmos 35

REDESIGNED FOR 2009! Light and Fast, Backcountry Adventure

With convenient panel access to a single main compartment, finding gear in the Atmos 35 is a breeze. Stow extra gear in the welded stretch woven front pocket and your hydration bladder in a spacious interior sleeve. Removable sleeping pad straps increase versatility along with dual ice ax loops and stretch woven side pockets.

* Panel loader access
* Zippered top pocket for easy access
* Front zippered pocket

Colors available: Graphite Grey, Green Apple, Aspen Gold

Providing optimal ventilation without sacrificing comfort or support, the newly redesigned Osprey Atmos 35 Backpack carries your load closer to your back so you can log the miles like never before. This lightweight pack design certainly isn't the lightest on the market, but it the most comfortable and superbly detailed. Built with gender specific BioStretch™ Harness and Hipbelt for a secure fit and the AirSpeed Suspension system, the Atmos 35 can comfortably carry a load of up to 30lbs, making it ideal for dayhiking, light & fast summit scrambles, and backcountry adventures. Plenty of pockets keep you organized and dual hipbelt zippered pockets keep must-haves at your finger tips.

Features

* 210D Twill Velocity Cordura®, 160D x 210D Window Ripstop Cordura®
* Airspeed Suspension system with LightWire Alloy Frame and 3D tensioned breathable mesh back panel with side ventilation
* Gender specific BioStretch™ Fixed harness with mesh covered perforate foam and slides adjustable sternum strap
* Gender specific BioStretch™ built-in hipbelt with mesh covered perforated foam and ErgoPull closure
* Hydration compatible, backpanel sleeve with hanger and dual side hose exits
* Panel load access
* Zippered top pocket for easy access
* Zipper front pocket
* Front stretch woven pocket
* 2 side stretch woven pockets with inner or outer compression
* 2 zippered hipbelt pockets
* Stow andGo™ trekking pole attachment
* 2 ice tool loops with bungee tie-offs
* Removable sleeping bag straps
* Volume: 1900cu in / 32L (Sm), 2100cu in / 35L (Med), 2300cu in / 38L (Lg)
* Weight: 2lb 9oz / 1.15kg (Sm), 2lb 11oz / 1.22kg (Med), 2lb 13oz / 1.28kg (Lg)
* Comfort range: up to 30lb / 14kg


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Scarp172Great pack!

Voted 5/5

I've been using this pack since 2009 as a lightweight day pack for hiking, backpacking, and mountaineering. It's a lightweight pack and it's comfortable packing under about 25 pounds. It's still roomy enough for a good amount of gear and water.
There are plenty of pockets to organize your stuff inside and out, although there are less pockets than on the Atmos 65.

The backpanel, straps, and hipbelt are by far my favorite features of this pack! They keep you cool in hot weather and are super comfortable. Even when it's loaded full, I sometimes forget I'm wearing the pack. The compression keeps the load from moving too.

The "light panels" on the main compartment are really great. It's not something you notice (it's not even on the product tag or webpage) until you're peering into your pack on a sunny day and notice that it's lit up in there and you can see everything (provided your pack isn't full to the brim).

The Stow on the Go system for trekking poles was something that I thought I'd never use, but its become one those 'can't live without' things in the mountains. My buddy has the 2008 Atmos and when we stop to store our poles I can do my own, but he either has to have me strap his to his pack for him or take off his pack to do it. This might seem trivial, but it saves time and effort. They stay nice and secure too, but it takes a little getting used to knowing how far they stick out behind you if you have 2-piece or less-collapsible poles.

My only criticism of the pack has been that it isn't in the least bit water resistant. If you get caught in a rainshower without a cover, expect to gain some weight. I got a raincover and solved that problem, though I still keep the important things in garbage bags and such to keep them dry.

Overall this has been a great pack. Lightweight, extremely durable, comfortable and handy. Everything I could ask for. Not to mention it looks nice too.
Posted Mar 24, 2011 6:11 pm

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