The brand Osprey Packs is planning to release the updated models of roomy hiking backpacks Aether and reduced female versions. The announced backpacks are equipped with new stem. Anti-Gravity LightW suspension system, which stands out for its light weight, hyper ventilation and adaptive system.
To create a loading and suspension system in backpacks Aether AG and Ariel AG, a high level of ventilation and effective distribution of the load has been used. The suspension system includes the whole mesh back Anti-Gravity system with inserts made of perforated adaptive foam IsoForm5 and IsoForm5 CM to form pillows shoulder straps and hip straps. The unloading frame is made by combining a lightweight perforated frame LightWire and form a central arc of aluminum alloy.
Branch tourist backpacks Aether AG and Ariel AG are mostly made of reinforced nylon material of different densities and structure. Inside, it is covered with a translucent material with polyurethane, which provides with necessary level of water resistance. Most frequently used material is nylon 210th density. The bottom of the backpack, including increased wear resistant parts are made of nylon 500 th density.
Backpacks include main compartment with adjustable cover for drinking system and three access points, including the front entrance and a lower compartment for sleeping system. On the outside of the backpack there is a completely removable upper compression compartment that can be transformed into a waist bag, elastic side pockets, front panel compression and two pockets at the discharge belt. In addition, there are several compression straps and fastening for trekking poles, ice axes and other accessories.
Sales of updated series of hiking backpacks Osprey Aether AG and Osprey Ariel AG should start early next 2017. Aether AG model will be available in versions with 60, 70 and 85 liters, while the female version of Ariel AG will be sold with a useful volume of 55, 65 and 75 liters. The recommended retail price is declared within the 290, 310 and 330 dollars respectively.