Osprey - Exos 38 Daypack
Feature packed, lightweight pack
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Osprey - Exos 38 Daypack
What sacrifices do you really want to make when buying a lightweight pack? Comfort? Load Carry? Features? With the Exos 38 you can put these tricky decisions to the back of your mind! The Exos offers all the benefits of a lightweight pack but without the normal compromises, making it the pack to push yourself to the limit, moving fast and light. Our revolutionary ExoForm™ harness and hipbelt uses a dual mesh construction to deliver a comfortable and stable fit that puts a traditional harness design to shame. The ventilated AirSpeed™ backpanel will keep you cool when the weather turns hot, but still delivers a stable load-carrying platform. Essential ‘on the go’ items like energy gels are easily accessed via the power mesh pockets on the harness. Keep other small items easily to hand within the dual zipped hipbelt pockets. Conventional floating lid systems can be bulky and cumbersome but for the Exos we developed a neat ladder system allowing extended or reduced capacity. If you want to really hit minimal weight, remove the lid entirely and expose the integrated FlapJacket™ feature that provides additional protection to the top of the pack if the weather suddenly turns on you. Keeping your contents tight and under control is even easier with the adjustable multi-point compression system on each pack sides. Every element of the Exos has been laboured over to provide the lightest yet best performing product possible. All these features and benefits for a shade over 1 kg, we should be accused of witchcraft…
- AirSpeed™ trampoline suspended mesh backsystem
- ExoForm™ mesh hipbelt and harness
- Sternum strap with emergency whistle
- Top lid access
- Integrated FlapJacket™ cover provides protection, compression and extra head clearance once the lid is removed.
- Stretch front pocket
- Twin zippered hip belt pockets
- Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment. Quickly and conveniently stores trekking poles without the need to remove your pack.
- 7mm side compression straps
- Cord tie off points
- Internal hydration sleeve
- Removable sleeping pad straps
- Single ice axe loop
- Stretch mesh side pockets
- Weight: 1.05 kg (M)
|Video from Osprey showing their InsideOut compression
||Video from Osprey showing their Zippered Hip Belt Pockets
|Video from Osprey showing their Stretch Mesh Front Pocket
||Video from Osprey showing their Stow-on-the-Go system
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Osprey design and manufacture high quality and innovative backpacks, daypacks, travel packs, bags and accessories for hiking, trekking, mountaineering, mountian biking, trail walking, urban use and travelling.
Osprey was founded in 1974 by Mike Pfotenhauer and for a long time Osprey has set the standard in pack design and comfort.
Some of the Osprey employees are based at their headquaters in Cortez, South Colorado. Located in a mountainous and rugged landscape, it is the perfect testing ground for many of their designs. They also have a design studio in Mill Valley, California.
The rest of the team, often including Mike Pfotenhauer, founder and head designer, are base in Ho Chi Minh city vietnam. Here Osprey design and manufacture their packs to their exacting standards. They have the ability to ensure fair labour standards and have face to face relationships with the factories that build their packs.
Osprey's mission is to create innovative high performance gear that reflects their love of adventure and devotion to the outdoors. Osprey succeed when they meet the demanding expectation of their most discerning customers and they are proud to use Osprey's packs.
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