Material: 210D double ripstop Cordura nylon, 210D broken twill high-tenacity Cordura nylon, stretch woven nylon with Lycra
Volume: [S] 3800cu in (62L); [M] 4000cu in (65L); [L] 4200cu in (68L)
Suspension: 10mm aluminum frame, twin titanium struts, thermo-formed harness & hip-belt, ventilated back panel
Hydration Compatible: Yes
Torso Adjustment: Yes
Detachable Pack: No
Sleeping Bag Compartment: Yes
Rain Cover: No
Access Types: Top, left front zip pocket
Pockets: [External] 1 lid, 2 front, 2 side, 2 hip; [Internal] 1 lid Snowboard Carry: No
Ski Carry: No
Gear Loops: 2
Ice Axe Loops: No
Shovel Pocket: No
Weight: [S] 3 lb 6oz (1530g) [M] 3 lb 9oz (1630g); [L] 3 lb 8oz (1570g) Recommended Use: Overnight, weekend backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime (Osprey's All Mighty Guarantee)
The Atmos 65 Backpack has been a popular choice among serious backpackers for a few seasons and Osprey upgraded it with a new back-panel design. Now the Atmos sits even closer to the wearer's back for better support when the pack is fully loaded. This provides better mobility, more comfort, and less strain on the wearer without the loss of ventilation or cooling.
AirSpeed Suspension with LightWire alloy frame and 3D tensioned breathable mesh backpanel with side ventilation
Stow on the Go trekking panel attachment. Stow trekking poles one handed when you need your hands for other things.
The white portions of the outer panel allow light into the main compartment of the pack. This is an often overlooked, but very useful, feature. You can now see into the depths of your pack without a headlamp if the sun is out.