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September 17, 2015

Elbert Hubbard, an early-1900s writer, philosopher, anarchist, socialist, wrote, in 1914, “From the tip top of Mount Washburn you can see the world in much of its glory. It is an entrancing view. You are in love with living. You want to do more of if. You plan to do big things when you get down into the work again.” Bold words…

When we took it on with Traci Weaver, from the park’s Public Affairs team, I felt generous and told everyone I’d carry water, snacks, spare jackets, cameras, knives, shackets, whatever, in the Osprey Atmos AG 65, for the short 2.25-mile hike (which ascends 1,491 feet). The Atmos AG dropped earlier this year and has been reviewed as a five-star-ranked Editors’ Choice by OutdoorGearLab, an Editors’ Choice from Backpacker, and something we called “groundbreaking” on early tests.

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September 1, 2015

Osprey is one of the premier backpack manufacturers in the US, and for good reason. Every 6 months when we attend the Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City we see new innovation and thinking all over the packs in Osprey’s lineup. The Osprey Atmos AG 65 is one of the very latest designs and has a lot more than just some new pockets and straps.

The most obvious design aspect of the Osprey Atmos AG 65 is the Anti-Gravity (the AG part of the pack’s name) suspension. At first it appears to be similar to many of the newer backpacks with a tight mesh across the back panel. When examined further you’ll see the same large mesh material that stretches across the back blend seamlessly into the waist belt. The shoulders straps are connected with the same mesh material but are attached at strategic suspension points on the pack to provide give and balance of weight…

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – July 24, 2015

July 24, 2015

While hauling a heavy pack into the High Sierra, we felt the burn in our legs and lungs. But, fortunately, our shoulders weren’t suffering. During a weeklong trip on the Rae Lakes Loop, we tested Osprey’s Atmos AG 65 backpack, which is outfitted with the new Anti-Gravity suspension system.

As a top pack manufacturer, it would be easy for Osprey to coast along, but instead, it continues to push the envelope in design and innovation. After testing the new Atmos AG, we’re convinced that Osprey has taken pack comfort to a higher level with the Anti-Gravity suspension.

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – July 21, 2015

July 21, 2015

Combined with Osprey’s modern features like the removable lid, the “Stow-On-The-Go” trekking pole system, and the “Fit-On-The-Fly” hip belt, this pack can satisfy both the seasoned veteran and the beginning backpacker!

Ridge-runners, weekend hikers, and lightweight thru-hikers can all make the most of the versatile Atmos 65 AG backpack. With a truly revolutionary “anti-gravity” (hence the “AG”) design, this ventilated backpack conforms to the wearer’s back, successfully transferring almost all of the pack’s weight to the lower body.

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – July 2015

July 1, 2015

The redesigned Osprey Atmos 65 AG backpack is significantly more comfortable than its predecessor and reaches the pinnacle of comfort for a large backpack. The Atmos 65 AG still has the organizational features of the previous model providing versatility and enhancing comfort all in one package. 

The Atmos 65 AG is as comfortable as any pack I have ever tested. It takes a few extra minutes to dial in all the adjustments on the hip belt and shoulder harness for maximum comfort, but once you get it just right, you will be singing its praises. The pack felt very light and agile and the Anti-Gravity padding and functionality provided amazing comfort…

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – June 15, 2015

June 15, 2015

The big day is coming this weekend! These gift idea are meant to show your appreciation for your father in a big way. You’ve reached a milestone in your career, built up a company, or even surpassed your father in business-now it’s time to express your thanks.

7. Osprey Atmos Backpack: The most unusual feature on this high-tech backpack is that it sits suspended off your back, so dad can add more gear for hikes and camping. Air flows easier as well. A large lumbar support helps with load-bearing and there are plenty of attachment loops and compartments.

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Download PDF – Featuring Atmos AG 65 – April 30, 2015

April 30, 2015

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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