– Featuring Exos Series – May 5, 2014 – Osprey Packs Press
Poco Safety Notices – Featuring Exos Series – May 5, 2014

The gear you need for Utah will likely be dictated by what you plan to do while you’re there, so this list doesn’t cover the arsenal of products that you need to hike, climb, bike, backpack, or…whatever while you’re there. Instead, we’ve honed in on a few key pieces that you’ll likely need in any scenario you will encounter…

What you plan on doing (backpacking, hiking, biking, etc..) will dictate the size of the pack you need, but chances are one of Osprey’s recently re-imagined Exos Series will hit that sweet spot.  The ultra-light daypacks and longer-haulers are some of the most comfortable backpacks on the market, with an AirSpeed SL Suspension system that elevates the pack off the back thanks to a breathable mesh back panel that keeps you cool in even the most extreme, arid temperatures.  The harness and hipbelt distributes the pack weight evenly, and all three models (from the perfectly sized 38-liter day pack to the 48-liter superlight backpacking pack) have a host of great add-ons.

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