Should you purchase the Osprey Exos 48? Let’s discuss the features and provide you with other useful info about it. Afterwards, you can decide whether or not to buy it.

The Features
The Osprey Exos 48 weighs only 1146G, and it comes with an Airspeed back system. The body has a compartment, as well as a lid that can be removed. This means you can protect the opening by using an in-situ cover. Also, there are side stretch pockets, compression straps as well as a front stash pocket.

The Fit
This pack comes in three sizes: small, medium and large. The hardness moulds to the body, which means it can contour to your body. In fact, it contours to the body much easier than other designs out there.

The top tension straps come in handy. They allow you to wear the pack close to your torso. All in all, we give the fit a four out of five stars.

The harness isn’t stiff and it moulds to the body and not just sits on it, which makes it comfortable to wear. However, heavier loads can be a hassle, but for most loads you shouldn’t have an issue. One of the best things about it is it can evaporate sweat thanks to the airflow. Out of five stars, we give the Osprey Exos 48 a perfect five.

In use
Using this pack is pleasant, thanks to it being durable and how easy it is to carry. The lid can be easily removed or you can raise it and the compression straps come in handy. I am also a huge fan of the stretch pockets and a fan of the overall construction of it. When it comes to how functional the pack is, I rate it a perfect five.

Final Verdict
The Osprey Exos 48 is priced fairly and it still costs the same as it did back in 2015. When compared to other packs, you get a lot for your money. The value is amazing.

That being said, the final verdict is I love this product. It doesn’t weight a lot and it is comfortable to wear. I highly recommend getting your hands on it.