Osprey Atmos AG 50 Litre Hiking Backpack
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The fourth generation of the Osprey Atmos AG™ 50 Litre Backpack introduces the Anti-Gravity™ suspension* system to a new line of ventilated backpacks. This 3D suspension system sets a new standard in ventilated backpacking as it contours your body and provides seamless comfort, allowing the user mobility with ease on any multi-day backpacking trip.
*Osprey Anti-Gravity™ [AG™] Suspension
A continuous panel of lightweight mesh extends from the top of the backpanel to the hipbelt. The seamless structure contours automatically to the body, from the shoulder blades to the lumbar/hipbelt providing outstanding fit and unrestricted movement when wearing the pack.
Osprey Atmos AG 50 Litre Backpack Key Features
- Adjustable harness
- Compression straps
- Fit-on-the-Fly™ hipbelt
- Internal compression
- Internal reservoir sleeve
- Removable floating top lid
- Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
- Tool attachment
Osprey Atmos AG 50 Litre Backpack Key Specifications
Optimal Load Range™
12 to 17 Kg.
Volumes and Weights
US and International weight and volume specifications
|Osprey Atmos AG 50 Men's Medium (cm)||80 cm||35 cm||40 cm|
|Osprey Atmos AG 50 Men's Medium (inches)||31 IN||14 IN||16 IN|
Key Fabrics used:
- MAIN: 100 Denier x 630 Denier Nylon Dobby
- ACCENT 210 Denier High Tenacity Nylon
- BOTTOM 420 HD Nylon Packcloth
Osprey Atmos AG Backpack - Winner, 2015 Backpacker Magazine, Editor's Choice Award
"Hauling big loads can be a soul- and spine-crushing experience, but the Atmos’s radical new AG (anti-gravity) suspension system throws conventional pack design out the window with stellar results. Unlike most big packs, there’s no foam padding or plastic framesheet in the backpanel. Instead, nonstretch mesh (with pencil-eraser-size holes) spans a steel perimeter wire throughout the back and continuously through the lumbar and hipbelt. It’s that lumbar and hipbelt contact that’s key: “It wraps gently but firmly around my hips—like a dance partner’s hands—with no gaps or rubbing,” one tester says. With complete contact throughout the entire back of your body, you get no pressure points, excellent airflow, and superior load transfer. You also get good adjustability: The torso has 4 inches of play and the hipbelt extends up to 6 inches. Four compression straps (the lower two are V-shaped) connect directly to the frame, allowing you to squeeze down and stabilize smaller loads. Pockets aplenty kept us organized, and we liked the removable toplid (keep it attached for 9 liters of extra space or remove it and use the integrated flap cover, saving 6 ounces). Both the Atmos and Aura (the women’s version) come in 50- and 65-liter models."Backpacker Magazine, 2015
Sizing and Fitting of your Osprey Pack
- Fit is the key to pack performance. Take the time to get it right.
- Most Osprey packs are available in multiple sizes to fit a range of torso lengths. To find your torso length, have a friend measure your back along the spine (as shown in the picture below) from the level of your iliac crest (the top of your hipbones) to your C7 (the knobby bone at the base of your neck).
|Osprey Atmos 50 Litre Backpack||Small||Medium||Large|