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Osprey Aether AG 70 Backpack

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$310.00
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84513604615
For backpacking thru-hikes and alpine expeditions the Aether AG™ Series has a pedigree like no other pack. We set the bar for technical backpacking packs by combining Anti-Gravity™ technology with customizable fit and innovative features like our new convertible top lid to create a more capable and comfortable pack for long-haul load carrying on any multi-day excursion.When you need a pack that can carry heavy loads for up to a week or more there is no better option than the Aether AG™ 70.

CUSTOM FIT
The IsoForm5 harness and CM™ hipbelt provide outstanding fit and comfort for especially heavy loads and long miles. Both components are interchangeable to provide a truly custom fit.

ANTI-GRAVITY™ TECHNOLOGY
The Aether/Ariel AG™ features a continuous suspended panel of lightweight mesh extending from the upper torso through the lumbar area of the pack and wraps the user in supreme comfort.

CONVERTIBLE TOP-LID DAYPACK
Haul your gear to basecamp remove the top-lid and deploy the impressively functional DayLid™ to summit a nearby peak or backcountry picnic.

ANTI-GRAVITY™ SUSPENSION
LightWire™ tensioned full peripheral frame comfortably transfers pack load

ANTI-GRAVITY™ BACKPANEL
Top to bottom suspended mesh wraps shoulders back and hips for a fully integrated backpanel fit

ISOFORM5 ANTI-GRAVITY™ MESH HARNESS
Interchangeable sizes for a precise personalized fit
Adjustable suspended harness with structural load lifter bar for load transfer and comfort
Die-cut foam lower and mesh ExoForm™ wrap upper
Adjustable sternum strap with safety whistle

ISOFORM5 CM™ HIPBELT
Custom heat molding and interchangeable sizes for a precise personalized fit
Mesh bridge between pads pulls in the lumbar to support heavy loads

Features:
  • Removable top-lid converts to DayLid™ daypack
  • Lower Inside-Out™ compression straps
  • Additional main compartment access
  • Integrated FlapJacket™ cover for lidless use
  • External hydration reservoir sleeve
  • Large front J-zip access to main compartment

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Like magic
After much research, I came down to purchasing this or the Gregory Baltoro. After trying it on, I didn't want to take it off. It's like magic. It's mind blowing how comfortable and efficient it is when it's loaded. The trip I've taken it out on was for 4 nights, 5 days, and 55 miles, and it was infinitely easier than the previous year without this pack. I can't say enough about it.
October 22, 2018
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Total game changer for backpacking and multiday climbing
I've never spent good money on a backpack until this one. For years I've dealt with sore shoulders, acne on my back (from backpacking), rubbing on my tailbone, and basic features. I can't believe what a difference this backpack made for me and highly recommend it. The pack makes even a 50lb load feel comfortable with the way it hugs your hips and back, and the mesh panel breathes well and my skin is much clearer after trips. The hip pockets are large enough for a ton of small equipment or food, the day pack is functional for alpine climbing, compression straps tighten the load against your back, the hiking pole holders are super convenient, it holds ice axes well, and the dual water bottle holders are reachable and functional.

I can't get over how much I love this backpack. It's really made me enjoy backpacking and heavy loads a lot more.
July 6, 2018
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Foothills Trail adventures
I also got this for thruhiking the Foothills Trail. Im also a member of the FTC. Ive had this pack for a couple of weeks now. So far I have put several miles on it already. I normally am out somewhere on the trail or nearby every weekend. This pack has been great. Especially for heavy multi day loads.
March 21, 2018
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