Exos 46 Lightweight Backpack
Product Number: 16388
The Exos 46 Backpack by Osprey is a super lightweight pack for weekend and thru hiking trips out in the backcountry. The Exos 46 has an AirSpeed suspension that consists of an aluminum frame with a 3D tensioned mesh backpanel that provides excellent ventilation and a unifrom body contact with no hot spots. The BioStretch harness and hipbelt gives you incredible fit and comfort for all sizes.
Dual side mesh pockets with InsideOut™ compression allow you to tension and secure your load easily when the pockets are in use. The Exos features an internal sewn-in backpanel sleeve with clip attachment to accommodate up to three liters of hydration. At the top of both sides of the pack you will find H20 icons marking the routing points for your hydration tube.
This is a great pack for shorter trips.
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- Hydration compatible
- InsideOut Compression Straps
- Over Skirt Compression Strap
- Stow-on-the-go Trekking Pole Attachment
- Removable Top Pocket
- Vertical Zipperd Front Pockets
- Single vertical zippered front pocket
- Single tool attachment
Weight: S: 2 lb 4 oz M: 2 lb 5 oz L: 2 lb 7 oz
Material: 70D X 100D Nylon Shadow Check, 160 X 210 Window Ripstop
Dimensions: 27 x 13 x 9 in (69 x 33 x 22 cm)
Volume: S: 2624 cu in M: 2807 cu in L: 2990
Vendor ProductId: 33846
Review ProductId: 16388
What’s in your pack? Backpacking gear list 2: The ultralight backpacker
"Ultralight backpacking means quite a few different things to quite a few different people. Some take it to extremes, striking out into the wilderness without a tent or rain gear. Increasingly, though, we come across folks who are simply looking to travel greater distances in a day than is possible with a heavy pack, or who are looking to reduce the strain on their hips and knees by shaving pounds from their normal backpacking gear..."
What’s in MY pack? Backpacking gear lists from a Great Smoky Mountains overnighter
"Ever since we published a series of backpacking gear lists this spring (an ultralight backpacking gear list, a traditional backpacking gear list and a beginner’s backpacking gear list) several blog readers have contacted me to ask which of those items I personally carry. After all, it’s one thing to compile lists of suggested backpacking gear, and another thing entirely to disclose exactly what I take on the trail. Well, what better way to follow up those gear lists, and answer that question, than with another gear list?"
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- Easy To Load
- Good Suspension
- Trekking Pole holder
- Straps may be too narrow
- Light Loads
- Ultralight Fastpacking
- Wet Weather
Comments about Osprey Exos 46 Lightweight Backpack:
This entire line caters to the ultralight enthusiast. I have used this on many long hikes and have enjoyed all the features it offers. The shoulder straps may dig in to you if you have too much weight. Keep your pack weight below 25lbs and your going to have a blast and hike far.
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