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May 4, 2015

The 75-Word Endorsement: Osprey Syncro 10 Pack

I’m not a fan of frills. The cords, the straps, the bungees—it’s all too much. I’m going for a bike ride, not a two-month hike on the PCT. This Osprey pack doesn’t play. Every doodad has an actual purpose, whether it’s locking your helmet down on stops or smuggling wine into festivals with the massive 85-ounce hydration vessel. (Not that I’ve ever done that.) It’s a small pack, but it packs some punch. (Or wine.)

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Download PDF – Featuring Exos 58 – November 3, 2014

November 3, 2014

Everyone dreams about disconnecting from their day job to spend time around a campfire, hike to the top of a mountain or sleep under the stars. If you’re going to take the time to go camping, you should invest in the best gear to go with you. These essentials will keep you dry, safe, and cool on the trails. You don’t need to spend a fortune — camping in the great outdoors is only as complicated and and expensive as you want it to be. Here are our 24 must-have items…

Osprey Exos Backpack Series: When you’re journeying through the wilderness, you want your pack to be as light as possible. At just over two pounds, the Osprey Exos is an extremely lightweight and affordable option that comes in three sizes, depending on how much gear you’re looking to pack. The airy suspension keeps the weight of the pack from lying directly on your back, creating a much-needed ventilated space between you and pack, so you stay as cool as possible. – Featuring Cyber Port – November 26, 2013

November 26, 2013

Putting something under the tree is easier said than done when it comes to the person that seems to have it all. Assuming you don’t hate this person, check out this roundup of unusual and impressive gifts that will wow anyone but maybe Francis Buxton. (Yes, we just made a Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure reference. Deal.)

Got a friend who’s always on the go? This low-profile pack boasts a padded laptop sleeve, just-right organizer pockets and a sexy bonus feature: unzip the back panel and you can access your tablet without removing/spilling coffee all over it.

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos 65 – June 9, 2013

June 9, 2013

Surviving in harsh mountain environments takes a combo of skills, wits and know-how. But it also doesn’t hurt to be outfitted properly. With backpacking season upon us, here’s the stuff you need, whether you’re planning an ambitious outdoor adventure or just want some cool gear for your next car camping trip. (For more wilderness wisdom, hang out with Eustace Conway and friends on HISTORY’s Mountain Men, Sundays at 9/8c.)


Osprey Atmos 65 Backpack

Any true mountain man needs the right pack, and this Osprey model has all the capacity of its more rustic, aluminum-framed counterparts while still looking damn good. It can hold enough gear for true backcountry adventures, but with an interior structure that makes it comfortable to carry while ventilating your back. Plus, it’s available in eye-catching red, blue or grey.

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos 65 – July 2, 2012

July 2, 2012

13 Camping Items Every Man Needs

The weather is warm and the trails are inviting. It’s camping season, high time to strike out for a few days of life in nature, but first you have to gear up. Use this guide to pick the best new (and some classic) essentials for your next excursion.


It’s never easy going when you’re hauling a pack full of gear, but the Atmos 65 features lightweight materials and a sturdy alloy frame to help offset some of the strain you’re bound to feel on a daylong trek. The full-adjustable torso lets you customize the pack to your height, and there’s plenty of space for all your belongings with over 65 liters of capacity in the main compartment.

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Download PDF – Featuring Escapist 20 – March 22, 2012

March 22, 2012

The Escapist 20 from Osprey ($99) is a compact day bag ideal for shorter biking trips when you’re looking to travel light. Don’t let its small frame fool you, though; this pack houses a surprising amount of internal space for when you need to carry along more than just your daytrip essentials, not to mention an array of compartments and external pockets for all your gear.

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