Backpacks » Osprey Atmos 25/35

With convenient panel access to a single main compartment, finding gear in the Atmos 35 is a breeze. Stow extra gear in the welded stretch woven front pocket and your hydration bladder in a spacious interior sleeve. Removable sleeping pad straps increase versatility along with dual ice ax loops and stretch woven side pockets. A zippered mesh pocket on the inside of the front panel keeps absolute essentials separate and safe with an exterior welded water resistant zipper.

* Full-length dual zippered panel loader
* Front slash pocket with welded water-resistant zipper
* AirSpeed suspension with 6005-T6 aluminum alloy frame and titanium flex rods
* Hydration cavity behind mesh panel with hydration tubing port holes
* Daisy chain with removable shockcord clips

Colors available: Cinder Cone Red, Slate Blue

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Comments (4)

voodoojohnNovember 20th, 2008 at 5:55 pm

I have the 35 liter pack and it is extremely comfortable. It has easy access and is fairly lightweight. However, riding down any sort of steep terrain pushes the top of the pack into the back of my helmet. This means I can’t hold my head up to see the trail. I rode with it on one of our local trails called ‘The Pickle’ here in Flagstaff. Got a little sketchy not being able to see the turns coming!

ScottMNovember 20th, 2008 at 8:32 pm

I used the 25 version for both of my Arizona Trail thru-rides. It’s pretty comfy on the bike and can hold a lot of weight (due to the small internal frame). I like the open webbed area for hot rides, too — no sweaty back.

But that frame comes at a price — it sticks up and feels a little awkward. I didn’t have the problem of it hitting my helmet that voodoojohn had, but only just. Overall I’m more comfortable riding with a pack that carries the weight a little lower.

That said, this is a great pack, and it served me well. The pockets and organization are useful, and it’s the best pack I’ve used that can semi-comfortably carry a bike on it. There the internal frame comes in. I carried my bike across the Grand Canyon with this pack, and I’m not sure I’d attempt it with anything less substantial.

yuribJanuary 12th, 2009 at 8:43 pm

I used the 50 and it was great to have air on my back and plenty of space but it hit me in the head on descents – it was way to big but did the trick and easily carries 2 100 oz bladders.
I jut got the Talon 22 so we’ll see how that works out.

jimboNovember 22nd, 2009 at 5:20 am

I have the 35 and it is a great pack for hiking on the mountain bike I have the same problem as voodoojohn it hits the back of my helmet on step decents. Only rode with it once because of that don’t regret buying it as I hike quite a bit. Still looking for the perfect pack.

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