Osprey Exos 58

Posting ID : A1068507885
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Sporting Goods By Owner

Hey Everyone,

I am selling an OspreyExos 58 backpack. It is for a L frame 20-23 inches. It is a good sized bag for hiking and overnight travel. It retails new for $219.95 + Tax and I am asking for $175. It is THIS YEAR'S MODEL bag.

I am selling because I need a medium sized bag and not a large.

Osprey has a LIFETIME guarantee on all of their bags. Meaning that if the zipper breaks or the bag is ripped they will repair the bag at no extra costs. Plus, if they can't repair they will replace it! Seriously, if a bear rips into your bag they will repair or replace it. It's called the almighty guarantee and it's awesome. I love the Osprey brand and I'm really disappointed that this bag will not fit me.

Below are the specs. and website on the item. Please let me know if you want to check it out and take it on your next journey.


This redesigned ultralight gear-carrier adds even more comfort and support with a highly ventilated foam suspension system and lighter materials for added weight savings and speed on the trail.

- Ultralight and supportive, this pack offers the best of both worlds; its airy suspension is both light and comfortable for superlight backpacking and thru-hiking
- Ventilated and supportive shoulder harness is made with slotted, mesh-covered foam; it features an adjustable sternum strap, built-in whistle and a pocket for energy gel
- Mesh-covered, slotted-foam hipbelt tightens with an ergonomic, forward-pull cinch closure
- Breathable, tensioned-mesh back panel pushes air to the sides for ventilation
6061-T6 aluminum peripheral hoop frame effectively shifts load weight to the lumbar pad and hipbelt
- Removable lid and over-the-top compression straps secure the main compartment; integrated FlapJacket deploys to offer weather protection when you're going lidless
- Hydration-compatible design places the reservoir (sold separately) in a cavity behind the back panel for easy refilling
- Ultralight compression straps on the sides take up extra volume without adding too much weight
- Front and side stretch woven pockets, zippered mesh hipbelt pockets and an under-lid pocket make it easy to organize and access often-used items and snacks
- The Osprey Exos 58 Pack features removable sleeping-pad straps; tool attachment features cord tie-offs that let you strap an ice axe or other tool to the outside of the pack

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