Osprey Atmos AG 50 Backpack Review

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Osprey Atmos AG 50 Backpack Review

The Osprey Atmos AG 50 combines accessibility and comfort with top of the line carrying capacity. With 9 exterior pockets in addition to the large main compartment, you’ll have 50 liters of room for your gear. The lid of the bag is a floating top, allowing you to easily fit oversize loads for your most ambitious treks.

A fully ventilated hip belt keeps you cool, no matter the weather. Even with the largest loads, your back will be aired out. No more sweaty shirts after the first mile on the trail.

For added back support, shoulder straps combine upper and side compression to minimize strain from heavy loads and evenly distribute weight. That means you’ll stay comfortable on long treks with a full bag.

Atmos AG 50 backpack has an internal reservoir sleeve that holds reservoirs up to 3L, so you can always stay hydrated on the trail. You can also quickly attach your trekking poles with the Stow-on-the-go side pockets.

With a sleeping bag compartment featuring an internal divider, the bag allows you to easily store all of your gear separately.

If you run into bad weather, you’re protected by the bag’s FlapJacket™, which covers your gear during lidless use.


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