Osprey Men's Exos 38 Lightweight Hiking Pack
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This system is used in the complete Exos series and in some other Osprey’s series as well, like the Stratos series.
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Side tension straps are linked to the hipbelt. By tightening these straps you can stabilise the load but reduce the hipbelt flexibility. Where balance is critical tightening them can help you feel more secure. However, if you are striding out over easy terrain it’s better to loosen these straps to allow full hip flexibility. Rab Berghaus Craghoppers Montane adidas Terrex Regatta Scarpa Merrell Mountain Equipment OEX Salomon Weird Fish Dare 2bYou can always compress things down as you reduce your load but its impossible to expand the material passed its max capacity. Chris Lininger: the American dude with the heart of gold, beard of stainless steel, and penchant for all things Pakistan. As a bonafide expert in all things adventure tourism, he is a proud advocate for sustainable offbeat travel and the preservation of the world's wild places. What we like: Excellent mix of carrying comfort, ventilation, and build quality at a reasonable weight.
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Let us be clear here about the necessity of the rain cover. The average traveler might not need a rain cover. If you are not planning to do any serious hiking trips, then you could go without the Osprey rain cover. Personally, whether I am hiking or not, I like to always have a rain cover. Everything in the design of the Osprey Exos 38 seems to be oriented towards its two main important features: ventilation, and (the absence of) weight. If you’re starting to look at ultralight gear but don’t have all your kit dialed in, get the 48 now and get something lighter in this volume range later. Osprey Exos 38 vs Kestrel 38Exos 58 features ultralight design materials plus the ability to strip weight by removing sleeping pad straps, compression straps and the top lid. Osprey has given their Exos series a makeover (as well as introducing a women's version, the Eja). Osprey states that they've tweaked the suspension and hip belt designs to help with load distribution and comfort. Weight-to-Volume Ratio