Osprey Packs

My old Osprey Atmos 25 on the right and my new Osprey Skarab 32 on the left. I rarely use these for outdoor activities. I use them to pack an overnight bag when I’m staying in a hotel or to carry my laptop when my truck is in the shop.

[Update: I forgot to mention that the Osprey Skarab 32 cost about $120 at REI in Greenville, SC. I purchased the old Atmos 25 from https://www.ospreypacks.com/ years ago. I don’t remember how much I paid for it. By the way, the Atmos had an aluminum internal frame which kept the back of the pack away from my back except at my shoulders and hips. This was great for allowing air to flow through and keep my back cool but it made the pack very rigid and decreased the volume greatly. I removed the frame and the pack became a big floppy bag. It didn’t hang off my shoulders quite right after that but it worked well enough for my purposes. -Dedwarmo, Sioux City, Iowa, November 13, 2017, Latitude, Longitude 42.4364,-96.3709.]

Dedwarmo

Greenville, South Carolina

Latitude, Longitude

34.850208, -82.359978