Complete HD gear review covering the ins and outs of one of the best backpacks on the market today, the Exos 58!
The Exos 58 by Osprey has been one of the best selling light/ultralight packs to hit the market in recent years. I have been blessed to have had the opportunity to use this pack on multiple backcountry trips and have found it to be a perfect fit for my style of backpacking.
If you are curious as to whether or not it would be a good fit for you, check out this complete HD gear review as we take a walk through all the aspects that make this pack great.
As you can see, this pack has some truly great features. With a weight limit around 30 pounds, this pack is not ideal for someone wishing to carry a heavy load for long periods of time. Light/ultralight backpackers, such as thru-hikers, will find this pack to be a solid choice.
When choosing a pack it is always important to physically try the pack on prior to purchasing it. No matter how good a pack looks online or how much your friend brags about it, without trying it on there is no way to determine if it will work well for you.
While this pack has some great features like redesigned padding and ventilation it still keeps some of the basic features of other osprey packs. Features like the exterior mesh stuff sack, the brain compartment, and the holster style water bottle pockets are great features that can typically be found throughout the osprey line of packs.