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GearJunkie.com – Featuring Atmos AG – April 30, 2015

April 30, 2015
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“The most comfortable backpack I’ve worn yet.” A bold statement for sure, but after testing the recently-released Osprey Atmos AG carrying loads on multiple trips, it’s one I make without reservation.

The Atmos AG is a remarkable pack that literally suspends every strap and weight retention system away from your shoulders, back, and hips. What contacts your body is a thin mesh that hugs close and allows for incredible ventilation while supporting weight evenly over a vast surface area.

We’ve never tested anything like it before, and it really works…

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Yahoo.com – Featuring Meridian 28” – April 30, 2015

April 30, 2015
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Setting out on a round-the-world trip is an exciting endeavor, even when it’s met with a mundane mile-long task sheet… But perhaps no undertaking seems so singularly large as figuring out just what to put into your bag…

Your bag will be unceremoniously tossed, dropped, and pushed around — invest in one that stands up to the challenge. In my mid-30s, I already felt too old (read: lazy) to carry around a traditional pack on my back for the entirety of the trip, so I instead opted for a hybrid backpack on wheels from Osprey. The company’s durable Meridian 28″ comes with an adjustable zip-away harness, for those times you need to grab and go; for the most part, however, it cooperatively rolled its way around the world just behind me…

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Wired.com – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – April 30, 2015

April 30, 2015
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One of the best parts of our jobs here at WIRED is that we get to test all the new things as soon as they come out…Some products only show their true colors after several weeks, months, or years to experience them, live with them, play with them, and wear them. That’s what we’ve gathered here—products we’ve been testing and love, or the stuff from our lives that we own and never want to let go…

This Osprey Atmos AG 65 is the most comfortable trekking backpack I’ve ever worn. The reason? It uses a new suspension system that ditches traditional plastic and foam for mesh webbing. The webbing, which stretches from your shoulder blades to the hip belt, is more pliable and immediately conforms to the shape of your body. The design drastically improves load carry, venting, and overall comfort.

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