The Osprey Atmos Daypack Waipahu HI

The Osprey Atmos daypack is a 2100 cubic inch model that’s made out of strong and durable nylon. It has one convenient main compartment and a welded stretch woven front pocket.

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The Osprey Atmos Daypack

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Osprey Atmos Daypack

The Osprey Atmos daypack is a 2100 cubic inch model that’s made out of strong and durable nylon. It has one convenient main compartment and a welded stretch woven front pocket. There’s room for a hydration bladder in a spacious interior sleeve. It also has removable sleeping pad straps, dual ice axe loops and stretch woven side pockets.

The Atmos offers more still with a zippered mesh pocket on the inside of the front panel. The daypack is available in small, medium, and large sizes.

Specifics

  • Body Fabric - nylon
  • Approximate volume - 2100 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 2 lb. 9 oz.
  • Access/Loading - Panel
  • Number of pockets - 4 plus main compartment

Features

  • Full-length and dual-zippered
  • Panel-loading for easy access
  • Front slash pocket with welded water-resistant zipper
  • Stretch-woven side pockets and zippered mesh pockets on waist belt
  • Airspeed suspension with aluminum alloy frame and twin struts for support
  • Suspension supplies uniform pressure with no hot spots
  • Hip belt closure to relieve hipbone pressure
  • Thermo-formed and perforated waffle-pattern shoulder straps and hipbelt
  • Hydration-compatible design with hydration tube portholes
  • Daisy chain with removable clips to attach a bungee cord for extra gear
  • Comes in small, medium and large sizes
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