|$159.20 - $199.00
Osprey Atmos 50 Backpack - Men's:
The Osprey Atmos Series turns heads and attracts devotees instantly. The back panel is designed so that the load sits closer to your back while still providing optimal ventilation. The Atmos 50 provides an ideal volume for your next superlight backpacking experience. Spacious at 3000 cubic inches and with an average weight of 3.5 lbs, you can carry your superlight essentials with ease and comfort. A traditional floating top pocket/top load design and twin front pockets with welded water resistant zips makes loading easy. Other features include an internal hydration sleeve, zippered mesh pockets on the hipbelt and removable sleeping pad straps.
The AirSpeed suspension incorporates a LightWire Alloy frame with a 3D tensioned mesh back panel. Additionally, side crescents provide further ventilation. All contact surfaces are either breathable mesh or perforated, molded waffle foam. Your experience is a pack fit with comfortable uniform body contact and no hot spots, whether you're bagging a fourteener, hiking the AT or pulling your next 24-hour race.
Men's BioStretch mesh covered perforated foam harness and hipbelt.
Cross struts provide excellent flex.
Thermoformed and perforated waffle pattern harness and hipbelt for further ventilation.
Floating top pocket.
Dual vertical zip front pockets.
Inside Out Compression.
Stow-on-the-Go Trekking Pole Attachment.
Top Pocket Removal
Dimensions are shown as length (height) x width x depth.
In: 29 x 16.5 x 14.
Cm: 74 x 42 x 36
The Osprey Atmos 50 Backpack is coming up threes: 3,000 cubic inches in just a tad over 3 pounds of pack. Designed for those that want to keep it light on overnighters and multi-day trips, the Atmos 50 Pack organizes and hauls all the essentials. Its adjustable harness, mesh-backed suspension system and quick-fit hipbelt mean you’ll barely notice that you’re muling provisions for half a week.
Lightweight versatility at it's finest. The Atmos 50 from Osprey is truly a do-everything pack. The suspension frame keeps air circulating through the back panel so you stay well ventilated. An incredibly adjustable hipbelt and shoulder harness provide a fine tuned fit for better comfort. Multiple compression straps secure your load and reduce pack swing so you can be confident no matter where the trail leads.
The series that redefined expectations about weight, ventilation, and comfort in backpacking, is about to do it again. The radically updated AirSpeed™ suspension of Osprey’s Atmos now provides customized fit, with fully adjustable torso length, interchangeable harnesses, and adjustable hipbelt fit. It all adds up to an even better fit and greater comfort on the trail.
The Osprey Atmos 50 pack redefines expectations for weight, ventilation and comfort. An updated suspension provides a customized fit for greater comfort than ever on the trail.
|Access Type :||5003|
|Adjustable torso:||Lightweight backpack|
|Bottom Width:||15 in|
|Capacity:||(S) 2868cu.in, 47L, (M) 3051cu.in, 50L (L) 3234cu.in, 53L|
|Comfort Load Range:||30-40 pounds|
|Custom Fit Options:||Adjustable harness, Fit-On-The-Fly™ hipbelt|
|Dimension:||(H x W x D)|
|Dimensions:||29 x 17 x 14 in (74 x 42 x 36cm)|
|Empty Weight:||Size M|
|Fabric:||210D high tenacity nylon/ 100D high tenacity mini-ripstop nylon|
|Features:||Removable sleeping pad straps, Removable top pocket, Vertical zip pocket|
|Frame material:||47 liters|
|Gear capacity (L):||Internal|
|Gear capacity (cu. in.):||Internal|
|Handle Drop:||3 in|
|Handle Length:||8 in|
|Hydration Bladder Included:||no|
|Hydration Compatible:||Yes, Hydration sleeve|
|Ice Axe Loops:||yes|
|Key Fabrics:||210D high tenacity twill nylon; 100D high tenacity mini-ripstop nylon|
|Load Range:||Comfort Weight: 40 lbs ; Maximum Weight: 50-60 lbs|
|Material:||210D high tenacity twill nylon / 100D high tenacity mini-ripstop nylon|
|Max Weight Capacity:||35 lb|
|Middle Width:||10 in|
|Number of Pockets:||4|
|Number of exterior pockets:||3,234 cubic inches|
|Number of stays:||50 liters|
|Optimal Load Range:||25-40 lb|
|Pack Capacity:||47 L|
|Pack Fabric (Primary):||210D nylon100D mini-ripstop nylon|
|Pack access:||3,051 cubic inches|
|Pack loading:||2,868 cubic inches|
|Pockets:||1 front stretch, 2 side stretch mesh, 2 zippered hip-belt, 2 large front zip, 1 lid, 1 under-lid|
|Primary Access:||Top Access|
|Raincover included:||3 lbs. 2 oz.|
|Recommended Use:||thru-hiking, overnight to extended trips|
|Ski / Snowboard Carrier:||no|
|Sleeping Bag Compartment:||yes, removable divider|
|Strap Drop:||15 in|
|Strap Length:||36 in|
|Support / Suspension:||AirSpeed back panel, LightWire frame|
|Suspended mesh back panel:||53 liters|
|Top Width:||10 1⁄2 in|
|Torso Fit :||Standard|
|Torso Length:||S <18.5 in.M 18-20.5 in.L >20 in.|
|Trekking Pole Loops:||yes|
|Trip Length:||Extended Trip (>3 nights)|
|Use :||Camping, Hiking|
|Volume:||[S]: 2868 cu in (47L) ; [M]: 3051 cu in (50L) ; [L]: 3234 cu in (53L)|
|Volume Range:||46-59 Liters|
|Weight:||[S]: 3 lbs 1 oz (1.39kg) ; [M]: 3 lbs 2 oz (1.42kg) ; [L:]: 3 lbs 4 oz (1.48kg)|
|Weight - metric:||Lightweight backpack|
|Weight Capacity:||30-50 lb.|
|•LG:||3 lbs 4 oz / 1.48 kg.|
|•MD:||3 lbs 2 oz / 1.42 kg.|
|•SM:||3 lbs 1 oz / 1.39 kg.|
|Osprey Atmos 65||$191.20 - $239.00|
I bought this pack for a hike up Kilimanjaro carrying around 15-25 lbs. a day. It worked really well. I liked the adjustability and easy access. I got the L since I am 6'4, and paired it with a medium rain cover from Osprey which fit perfect. One thing I did notice is if you overload the hip pockets it creates a pressure point, so I had to limit these pockets to just a few items. I did enjoy that the side pockets fit a nalgene great and held it very secure. I beat this bag up pretty good this week and it held up great. Looking forward to more short overnights and day trips with it in the future.
I own several packs mostly Osprey. This is the pack I use the most. Great for long weekends. Great for a long week hopping shelters on the AT and hammock camping. Just enough room for all my gear and supply for a long 3-4 day hike in 0 degreewinter weather. Plenty of spare room for Spring, Summer , and Fall hiking. The best supension in it class. the compartment are set up perfect with out a lot of extra weight. Only thing if you like to seperate your sleeping bag (and Pad) from the rest of your gear for easy access. Go next model up for seperate zip open bottom. I have beat it up for over a year.
I was hoping this pack would be my pack for doing a long thru-hike this summer. Supposedly Osprey revamped this pack from previous years to allow for more weight carrying. Their website indicates max loads from 35 to 45 lbs. Backcountry.com indicates up to 35 lbs. I gave the pack a few trial runs with up to 35 lbs and anticipated going higher.. At first the pack seemed great, but when I went for a 16 miler one day with 35 lbs, the hip belt became unreasonably uncomfortable after about 5 hours. The hip belt design on this pack seems to be a total afterthought in comparison to the rest of the Airspeed suspension design. The hip belt design creates pressure points where the hip belt meets the back of the pack. Otherwise the Airspeed suspension system worked great at minmizing back sweat. The rest of the pack seemed great, but unfortunately for me the pack ended up ebing uncomfortable, maybe because my bodytype is very thin. YMMV