24 Osprey Packs are Currently on Sale at Backcountry

Osprey packs are high quality but expensive. Buy one when it's cheap.

All of these Osprey packs are currently 35 percent off at Backcountry. (Courtesy Osprey )
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Right now you can save up to 35 percent on a variety of Osprey backpacks at Backcountry. Whether you’re in the market for a daypack or a full-size expedition bag, there’s probably one on sale that will fit your needs. Check out everything that is on sale here, or read on for a few that received stellar reviews from us in the past.

Ariel AG 55 ($202)

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The Ariel AG 55 won our women’s backpack test. Reviewer Kelly Bastone wrote that “the Ariel is a feature-rich, versatile pack that presents a case study in how a sturdy, weight-bearing suspension design is often more comfortable than a design that shaves ounces by way of flimsier built-in support.”

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Kyte 46 ($117)

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This is the backpack of choice for gear editor Emily Reed. She finds the 46-liter size perfect for up to two-night backpacking trips. The men’s version, the Kestrel, is also on sale. 

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Manta AG 36 ($114)

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The Manta AG 36 remains relatively unchanged from when we featured it in our 2016 Summer Buyer’s Guide. And that’s a good thing. It boasts Osprey’s signature mesh back panel, which allows for excellent airflow, and testers appreciated its seemingly endless ability to carry copious amounts of gear. They wrote, “With a cavernous main compartment, two exterior pockets, and a stuff pouch, the Manta can swallow enormous quantities of gear, ballooning outward for day trips or even spare overnighters.”

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Raptor 14 ($91)

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Designed for bikers and decked out with functional storage, the Raptor 14 features a stretch-mesh front compartment that’s large enough for spare layers, a riding jacket, a packed lunch, and other bulky items. Zippered hip-belt pockets offer handy access to riding snacks and trail nutrition, and they accommodate smaller must-have items. Looking for a women’s-specific pack? The 14-liter Raven is also on sale. 

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