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We've taken the Osprey Exos 58 on several backpacking trips. With the Exos 58's lightweight frame system and roomy carrying capacity, it seems perfect for both short and long backpacking adventures. This pack has been a real champ on the trail. 

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Osprey Exos 58

Osprey Exos 58

Technical Specs

  • Internal Frame Type

  • Gear Capacity: S/M: 58 liters & L/XL: 61 liters

  • Weight: S/M: 2 lbs. 13 oz. & L/XL: 2 lbs. 15 oz.

  • Material: 100-denier high-tenacity recycled nylon ripstop; 400-denier high-tenacity recycled nylon (both bluesign® approved)

  • Frame Material: Aluminum

  • Number of Exterior Pockets: 6

  • Hipbelt Pockets

  • Dimensions: S/M: 30 x 15 x 13 inches & L/XL: 32 x 15 x 13 inches

  • Men's

Hyperlite Unbound

We headed to the mountains to test out the lightweight backpack the Hyperlite Mountain Gear Unbound 40! It has some great features like taped seams making it waterproof, large side pockets and stretchy outer mesh on the back.

Hyperlite Unbound 40

Technical Specs

  • Materials: DCH50 Main Body, DCH150 Lumbar & Bottom Panel, Dyneema Stretch Mesh Front and Bottom Pockets, Hardline with Dyneema Side Pockets

  • Internal Volume: 40L

  • External Volume: 9L

  • Weight: 29.6oz | 839g

  • Load Capacity: Up to 40lbs

  • Back Width: 10.0 inches | 25.4cm

  • Height: 32.5 inches | 82.6cm

  • Top Circumference: 35.0 inches | 88.9cm

  • Bottome Circumference: 35.0 inches | 88.9cm

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