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Osprey Atmos AG 65 25% off for $195

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My CamelCamelCamel alert told me that the Osprey Atmos AG 65 was on sale about 25% off, so around $195 (normally $260). Not the lowest it has ever been, but good enough for me to pull the trigger.

This backpack typically gets great reviews so I thought others might also have been waiting for the price to drop. Looking around many other Osprey items are also about 25% off so if you have other items you have been looking for may be worth it to check.

Link to a Review: https://www.outdoorgearlab.com/re...tmos-65-ag

Link to REI and Amazon pages:
https://www.rei.com/product/87845...-pack-mens

https://www.amazon.com/Osprey-Men...B00U3O8GRW

I ended up buying at REI so if the price gets lower or if I have any issues it would be easy to exchange or return it.
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Bought this one back in Sept, great backpack
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Thanks,

been looking for this pack. Bought from REI. Their return and exchange policy is unbeatable.
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Isnt 65 too big ?
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Isnt 65 too big ?
65 liter is pretty big. It's really for solo hikers when you don't have a partner to share the load or for long expeditions, especially in colder climates where there is much more you need to carry.

But then again, you don't need to stuff it to the grills if all you want is some weekend overnight trip. And the top portion of the pack can be left off, which essentially transforms it into 58 liter pack.
Anti Gravity back frame is the selling point of this backpack. It's pretty unique in the level of customization and comfort it provides. This and the top notch quality of materials and stitching. When you get this pack you know you have a premium gear. Osprey even provides life long no questions asked warranty on the entire pack. Whatever happens to it, as long as there is little piece still remaining to identify it, they will repair or replace it for free. Good stuff.
Cons of this pack are few: belt pockets are too shallow to be of any use, some hikers report loud squeaking noise when moving, there is no front access to the main compartment (only top access), and there are way too many straps hanging and dangling all over the place for some liking.

If you decide to get it, pay attention to the fact that it comes in man and female version (female pack is called Aura and is sculpted to better hug typical female body) and three sizes on top of it, so you need to measure yourself to make sure you buy the size you will find comfortable. Usually, if you are 6'+ tall, buy large, and if you are 5'5'' or shorter - buy small. Otherwise, buy medium. You can adjust it to your torso length within each size too, which helps.
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Last edited by netscorer November 12, 2017 at 08:01 AM.
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