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Ariel AG 55

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319,00 CHF
Boothbay Grey
Tidal Blue
Picante Red
Ariel AG 55 Back Side - Picante Red
AntiGravity™ 3D suspended mesh backpanel and lumbar
Pre-curved IsoForm CM moldable hipbelt
Integrated & detachable raincover
Top lid access
Adjustable torso length

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Ariel AG 55

Der Ariel AG Trekkingrucksack für Damen ist zum Tragen großer Lasten auf mehrtägigen Trekkingtouren entwickelt worden. Er kombiniert Komfort und Ventilation dank des vielfach ausgezeichneten AG AntiGravity™ Rückensystems von Osprey sowie der neuen Generation des IsoForm™ Hüftgurts, der per Custom Fit ganz individuell an den Träger angepasst werden kann.

Das gespannte Mesh im Lendenbereich und die verstärkten Ladekontrollriemen im Schultergurt ermöglichen eine beeindruckende Lastenübertragung auf die großen Muskelgruppen in den Beinen und so eine gleichmäßige und angenehme Trageerfahrung.

Die Rückenlänge des Ariel AG Damenrucksacks ist anpassbar, was für eine noch bessere individuelle Passform und den größtmöglichen Tragekomfort sorgt. Das Rückensystem im Ganzen ist perfekt an die weibliche Anatomie angepasst. Es glänzt mit ergonomisch geformtem Hüftgurt, Schulterriemen, Rückenplatte und Nackenbereich.

Organisation und leichter Zugang auf Deine Ausrüstung sind auf langen Abenteuern unerlässlich. Der Deckel dieses Trekkingrucksacks hat nicht nur mehrere Fächer, sondern ist für noch mehr Flexibilität auch abnehmbar. Der Rucksack bleibt jedoch dank FlapJacket™ Abdeckung trotzdem geschützt.

Eine integrierte Regenhülle, Stow-on-the-Go™ Trekkingstock-Befestigung, InsideOut™ Kompressionsriemen und vielfache Befestigungspunkte ermöglichen es Dir, Deine Ausrüstung so zu tragen, wie Du es möchtest. Der Ariel AG 55 Frauenrucksack bietet eine Menge Stauraum für Trekkingtouren im Frühjahr, Sommer oder Herbst.

Der Ariel AG Damenrucksack bietet kompromisslosen Komfort, Ventilation und Stabilität für Deine mehrtägigen Trekkingabenteuer.

Highlights

  • Damenrucksack
  • AG AntiGravity™ 3D suspended mesh backpanel/hipbelt
  • Seitlicher Reißverschlusszugang zum Hauptfach
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • Vorgekrümmter IsoForm™ CM verformbarer Hüftgurt
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
Ausstattung
Gewicht: 2.19 kg (M)
Maße, wenn voll gepackt (cm): 84 (l) x 38 (w) x 31 (d)

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Hana
Very comfortable but unfortunate choices
I have been researching quite a bit which backpack to buy for my year long trip around the world. I fell in love with the AG design and the overall feel of the Ariel and Aura backpacks on my back (as well as the woman-shaped straps and hip belt) even when properly loaded. However, I am very disappointed about a few choices that were made for these models to the extent that I am hesitant whether Osprey is the right choice for me.
- Firstly, I fully understand why the lid convertible into a lumbar pack in the previous models was not used much - who actually uses lumbar packs nowadays?? I wouldn't either... Now a proper day backpack is a completely different story! Is there any chance of being able to order the top lid with the feature of converting into a backpack separately? In the current set-up I do not quite understand what is the benefit of having a removable lid and the extra lid layer - just to downsize the backpack? The point mentioned here is that it seemed preferable to have an integrated rain-cover. I think "integrated" is a strong word. To me it would be perfectly comparable to buy one of the spare rain-covers and stuff it into one of the pockets. So to sum up, I find the rain-cover as nowhere as good feature as the lid converting into a day backpack.
- Secondly, whenever I am backpacking for more than a week, I get quickly sick of repacking the backpack every day. What can seriously ease the pain is having a good access to the different sections of the bag without having to take everything out. The side zipper is a bit too little for me. I am used to backpacks that have the whole front panel opening all the way down and I feel like it really improves the quality of my travel time immensely. The choice of having the J Zip available only for the 65l version is again unfortunate. I believe there is a wide tendency nowadays to pack light and I am certainly not the only one to consider limiting myself to a smaller backpack even for a year-long travel... I know people who have done it with 40l.
- Thirdly, being able to lock up the access-points to the backpack would be a very welcome feature.
Maybe things to consider for the 2018 editions?
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Ariel AG 55.

I am sorry to hear that you are disappointed by some of the features on this pack.

The Ariel AG is sold in Europe with a raincover, rather than the Daylid feature offered in the USA. This decision was made following considerable research with our athletes, partners, consumers and Osprey retailers. In Europe, featuring an integrated raincover is more important than featuring a detachable daypack. Though we appreciate that the lack of a Daylid may seem a shame for some users, we feel that it is of greater benefit to be able to offer a raincover and more affordable SRP for the many backpackers who will not use the DayLid feature. The Ariel AG is also compatible with our Daylite series, allowing you to easily attach these daypacks onto the front of the backpacks. It is because of this, that we do not offer the DayLid as an add-on feature.

We appreciate your feedback on the access points to the Ariel AG 55, however, adding a J Zip onto the pack would, due to the structure of the smaller capacity, results in additional materials having to be added to the front of the pack, which would in turn cause the weight of the pack to increase. Also, due to the capacity of the pack, our research has shown a side zip to be sufficient access, compared to the larger Ariel AG 65. 

Due to the drawstring opening on all of our Backpacking Packs, it is difficult to add a lock to this. We suggest instead using an Airporter, this has lockable zips and will also protect your pack when being handled, as the straps will be kept securely inside.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Nin
Nice bag
Osprey backpaxks are the only ones that fit me, since im quite short. I wanted a bag that is not too big so i got the ariel 55. For future iterations, i would love to see the j-shaped zipper again! This model of the ariel series does not have one, only a zipper at the side. Further ore, for me it is not clear why you would remove the lid that is not convertible into a bag? (I saw a video of a osprey ariel bag of which the top lid was convertible into a daypack!!). Besides this, the packback seems really nice (have not used it yet) and i really love how well it fits!
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Ariel AG 55.

It is great to hear that you are happy with the fit of our packs.

The Ariel AG 55 does not have a J Zip as through our research we have found this to be unnecessary on packs of this size, due to it's smaller capacity not needing such a large access point. The J Zip also contributes to an increased weight of the overall pack, and we felt that it was important to keep the weight light. For this reason we have the side zip, which still provides access to the pack without having to go through the lid, but is a lighter option. You will find our larger version of this pack, the Ariel AG 65, has the J Zip, to ensure that the larger capacity of the main compartment can be fully reached.

Both the Aether AG and Ariel AG are sold in Europe with a raincover, rather than the Daylid feature offered in the USA. This decision was made following considerable research with our athletes, partners, consumers and Osprey retailers.

In Europe, featuring an integrated raincover is more important than featuring a detachable daypack. Though we appreciate that the lack of a Daylid may seem a shame for some users, we feel that it is of greater benefit to be able to offer a raincover and more affordable SRP for the many backpackers who will not use the DayLid feature.

Aether AG and Ariel AG are compatible with our Daylite series, allowing you to easily attach these daypacks onto the front of the backpacks. We also offer an Ultralight Stuff Pack which can be compressed to the size of an apple and weighs only 90g.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to email us at care@ospreyeurope.com

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Noemi
Just some questions
Hej,

I just got that backpack a few days ago, but it feels very nice on the back, so far.
While trying to understand all it's functions and possibilities, I was wondering some things:

- What are those additional clips for on the side? You show in the video #2 that they are to differently place the horizontal belts, but what advantage does that have?
- Why do the side pockets have two openings? I assume it is for better accessibility while carrying the backpack, but I wouldn't get my bottles out of the lower whole and it feels like it makes it easier to loose smaller things when taking off the backpack. So I am just curious about your opinion on that one.
- My boyfriend said that for his backpack the removable "lid" bag can be used separately. Is this also possible for this product?

Thanks!
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review.

The clips that are on the side are for the Straightjacket compression which allows you to get greater compression on the pack when it is less filled. This can also be used for storage so to compress the pack to fit in smaller places.

The second hole on the side pocket is from the InsideOut compression. This allows you to move the compression straps from the outside of the pocket to the inside so that different items can be secured in the pockets rather than the whole pocket.

On the previous version of the Aether and Ariel, the packs had a removable lid that converted into a lumbar pack. From the research that we have done, we found that this feature was not used so did not carry this across to the new iterations of these packs; the lid is still removable but does not convert into a pack.

If you have any more questions please email our Customer Care Team.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Hannah
Ein super Produkt!!!
Dieser Rucksack ist wirklich gut durchdacht. Jeder Gurt, jede Tasche macht Sinn.
Die Qualität ist einwandfrei. Für Outdoor-Liebhaber ist dieses Produkt der Beste unter den Rucksäcken!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Lone
Quite happy, but..
the first time it was transported by airplane, the "skeleton" kinda got bended. Osprey wouldn't replace it, so I guess you just have to be carefull.

Other than that it's a nice bag - lots of space and having two ways of getting to your stuff in the mainsection (top and midpart) makes it really easy to get whatever you want. Easy to adjust as well.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Lone,

Thanks for your feedback, I'm sorry to hear that your pack was damaged by your airline, we recomend the you take it up with they as they caused this damage. However, as you say, this would not be covered under our All Mighty Guarantee as it would be classed as accidental damage. Our warranty team do try to help where ever they can but it sounds like the damage was too extensive to repair. If you need any assistance or support in a claim against the airline then please email our customer service team care@ospreyeurope.com.

Janine
Perfekter Backpacking Rucksack
Der Rucksack ist zu empfehlen:
- angenehm auch über längere Zeit zu tragen
- robust
- gute Aufteilung möglich
- Regelcape inklusive
- optisch ein Hingucker


Justine
dos et armatures bien trop longs
sac a dos agreable a porter cependant, le dos et l'armature du sac a dos sont bien trop longs et mal dimensionnes : le sac est tres tres long et tres etroit et il est donc impossible de lever la tete lorsque le sac est chargé. Cela est tres desagreable a la longue.
De plus la poche superieure est mal dimensionne et mal fixee et "tombe" sur le cote.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)

Leen
Very Good
I only have had the bag in my possession for a few weeks. I traveled with it for 5 days. I really like how much room there is in the bag.
I love the design, it really feels good on my back. I like all the features and the way you can add clothing/other items from the top as well as the front and lower front.
The lowest compartment on the front is very handy (and it's nice that you can separate it from the top compartment).
I have one question about a feature: On the left lower side there's a grey clip, but I can't find the other side of the clip or find what it is for...

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Leen,

Thanks for your feedback, it's great to hear how much you enjoy using your Ariel 55. That clip on the lower left hand side is actually supposed to work with the compression straps, it also has a twin higher up the pack. This allows you to compress the pack far beyond what you would normally be able to do with the compression on the front if you have a very small load in your pack. This is also useful for storage as it helps keep the pack flat.

Marie
Colour
Hi

Can u get the ariel 55 only in red and blue?
In the internet i saw some green ones but i can't find them here..

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Marie,

The Ariel AG 55 is currently only available in Red, Blue and Grey. From season to season the colours of our packs can change; the Green version you saw would have been from a previous range.

Kind regards,

Osprey Customer Service

  • Verstellbares Anti-Gravity™ 3D gespanntes Rückensystem aus Mesh
  • Verstellbares Rückensystem
  • Unterer Reißverschlusszugang
  • Kompatibel mit Daylite & Daylite Plus
  • Damenrucksack
  • FlapJacket™ Abdeckung zur Verwendung ohne Deckel
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • Internes Trinkblasenfach
  • Interner Schlüsselclip
  • Leichtgewichtiger umfassender Rahmen
  • Vorgekrümmter IsoForm™ CM verformbarer Hüftgurt
  • Abnehmbare Schlafmattenschlaufen
  • Abnehmbare Deckeltasche mit zwei Fächern
  • Seitliche Kompressionsriemen
  • Einzelner seitlicher Reißverschlusszugang zum Hauptfach
  • Schlafsackfach mit interner Trennwand
  • Brustgurtschnalle mit Signalpfeife
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
  • StraightJacket™ Kompressionsriemen
  • Vorderes Stretchfach
  • Stretchfächer aus Mesh mit InsideOut™ Kompression
  • Deckelfach Zugang
  • Zwei Eisaxtschlaufen
  • Zwei Reißverschlussfächer am Hüftgurt

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Hana
Very comfortable but unfortunate choices
I have been researching quite a bit which backpack to buy for my year long trip around the world. I fell in love with the AG design and the overall feel of the Ariel and Aura backpacks on my back (as well as the woman-shaped straps and hip belt) even when properly loaded. However, I am very disappointed about a few choices that were made for these models to the extent that I am hesitant whether Osprey is the right choice for me.
- Firstly, I fully understand why the lid convertible into a lumbar pack in the previous models was not used much - who actually uses lumbar packs nowadays?? I wouldn't either... Now a proper day backpack is a completely different story! Is there any chance of being able to order the top lid with the feature of converting into a backpack separately? In the current set-up I do not quite understand what is the benefit of having a removable lid and the extra lid layer - just to downsize the backpack? The point mentioned here is that it seemed preferable to have an integrated rain-cover. I think "integrated" is a strong word. To me it would be perfectly comparable to buy one of the spare rain-covers and stuff it into one of the pockets. So to sum up, I find the rain-cover as nowhere as good feature as the lid converting into a day backpack.
- Secondly, whenever I am backpacking for more than a week, I get quickly sick of repacking the backpack every day. What can seriously ease the pain is having a good access to the different sections of the bag without having to take everything out. The side zipper is a bit too little for me. I am used to backpacks that have the whole front panel opening all the way down and I feel like it really improves the quality of my travel time immensely. The choice of having the J Zip available only for the 65l version is again unfortunate. I believe there is a wide tendency nowadays to pack light and I am certainly not the only one to consider limiting myself to a smaller backpack even for a year-long travel... I know people who have done it with 40l.
- Thirdly, being able to lock up the access-points to the backpack would be a very welcome feature.
Maybe things to consider for the 2018 editions?
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Ariel AG 55.

I am sorry to hear that you are disappointed by some of the features on this pack.

The Ariel AG is sold in Europe with a raincover, rather than the Daylid feature offered in the USA. This decision was made following considerable research with our athletes, partners, consumers and Osprey retailers. In Europe, featuring an integrated raincover is more important than featuring a detachable daypack. Though we appreciate that the lack of a Daylid may seem a shame for some users, we feel that it is of greater benefit to be able to offer a raincover and more affordable SRP for the many backpackers who will not use the DayLid feature. The Ariel AG is also compatible with our Daylite series, allowing you to easily attach these daypacks onto the front of the backpacks. It is because of this, that we do not offer the DayLid as an add-on feature.

We appreciate your feedback on the access points to the Ariel AG 55, however, adding a J Zip onto the pack would, due to the structure of the smaller capacity, results in additional materials having to be added to the front of the pack, which would in turn cause the weight of the pack to increase. Also, due to the capacity of the pack, our research has shown a side zip to be sufficient access, compared to the larger Ariel AG 65. 

Due to the drawstring opening on all of our Backpacking Packs, it is difficult to add a lock to this. We suggest instead using an Airporter, this has lockable zips and will also protect your pack when being handled, as the straps will be kept securely inside.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Nin
Nice bag
Osprey backpaxks are the only ones that fit me, since im quite short. I wanted a bag that is not too big so i got the ariel 55. For future iterations, i would love to see the j-shaped zipper again! This model of the ariel series does not have one, only a zipper at the side. Further ore, for me it is not clear why you would remove the lid that is not convertible into a bag? (I saw a video of a osprey ariel bag of which the top lid was convertible into a daypack!!). Besides this, the packback seems really nice (have not used it yet) and i really love how well it fits!
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Ariel AG 55.

It is great to hear that you are happy with the fit of our packs.

The Ariel AG 55 does not have a J Zip as through our research we have found this to be unnecessary on packs of this size, due to it's smaller capacity not needing such a large access point. The J Zip also contributes to an increased weight of the overall pack, and we felt that it was important to keep the weight light. For this reason we have the side zip, which still provides access to the pack without having to go through the lid, but is a lighter option. You will find our larger version of this pack, the Ariel AG 65, has the J Zip, to ensure that the larger capacity of the main compartment can be fully reached.

Both the Aether AG and Ariel AG are sold in Europe with a raincover, rather than the Daylid feature offered in the USA. This decision was made following considerable research with our athletes, partners, consumers and Osprey retailers.

In Europe, featuring an integrated raincover is more important than featuring a detachable daypack. Though we appreciate that the lack of a Daylid may seem a shame for some users, we feel that it is of greater benefit to be able to offer a raincover and more affordable SRP for the many backpackers who will not use the DayLid feature.

Aether AG and Ariel AG are compatible with our Daylite series, allowing you to easily attach these daypacks onto the front of the backpacks. We also offer an Ultralight Stuff Pack which can be compressed to the size of an apple and weighs only 90g.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to email us at care@ospreyeurope.com

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Noemi
Just some questions
Hej,

I just got that backpack a few days ago, but it feels very nice on the back, so far.
While trying to understand all it's functions and possibilities, I was wondering some things:

- What are those additional clips for on the side? You show in the video #2 that they are to differently place the horizontal belts, but what advantage does that have?
- Why do the side pockets have two openings? I assume it is for better accessibility while carrying the backpack, but I wouldn't get my bottles out of the lower whole and it feels like it makes it easier to loose smaller things when taking off the backpack. So I am just curious about your opinion on that one.
- My boyfriend said that for his backpack the removable "lid" bag can be used separately. Is this also possible for this product?

Thanks!
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review.

The clips that are on the side are for the Straightjacket compression which allows you to get greater compression on the pack when it is less filled. This can also be used for storage so to compress the pack to fit in smaller places.

The second hole on the side pocket is from the InsideOut compression. This allows you to move the compression straps from the outside of the pocket to the inside so that different items can be secured in the pockets rather than the whole pocket.

On the previous version of the Aether and Ariel, the packs had a removable lid that converted into a lumbar pack. From the research that we have done, we found that this feature was not used so did not carry this across to the new iterations of these packs; the lid is still removable but does not convert into a pack.

If you have any more questions please email our Customer Care Team.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Hannah
Ein super Produkt!!!
Dieser Rucksack ist wirklich gut durchdacht. Jeder Gurt, jede Tasche macht Sinn.
Die Qualität ist einwandfrei. Für Outdoor-Liebhaber ist dieses Produkt der Beste unter den Rucksäcken!

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Lone
Quite happy, but..
the first time it was transported by airplane, the "skeleton" kinda got bended. Osprey wouldn't replace it, so I guess you just have to be carefull.

Other than that it's a nice bag - lots of space and having two ways of getting to your stuff in the mainsection (top and midpart) makes it really easy to get whatever you want. Easy to adjust as well.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Lone,

Thanks for your feedback, I'm sorry to hear that your pack was damaged by your airline, we recomend the you take it up with they as they caused this damage. However, as you say, this would not be covered under our All Mighty Guarantee as it would be classed as accidental damage. Our warranty team do try to help where ever they can but it sounds like the damage was too extensive to repair. If you need any assistance or support in a claim against the airline then please email our customer service team care@ospreyeurope.com.

Janine
Perfekter Backpacking Rucksack
Der Rucksack ist zu empfehlen:
- angenehm auch über längere Zeit zu tragen
- robust
- gute Aufteilung möglich
- Regelcape inklusive
- optisch ein Hingucker


Justine
dos et armatures bien trop longs
sac a dos agreable a porter cependant, le dos et l'armature du sac a dos sont bien trop longs et mal dimensionnes : le sac est tres tres long et tres etroit et il est donc impossible de lever la tete lorsque le sac est chargé. Cela est tres desagreable a la longue.
De plus la poche superieure est mal dimensionne et mal fixee et "tombe" sur le cote.

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)

Leen
Very Good
I only have had the bag in my possession for a few weeks. I traveled with it for 5 days. I really like how much room there is in the bag.
I love the design, it really feels good on my back. I like all the features and the way you can add clothing/other items from the top as well as the front and lower front.
The lowest compartment on the front is very handy (and it's nice that you can separate it from the top compartment).
I have one question about a feature: On the left lower side there's a grey clip, but I can't find the other side of the clip or find what it is for...

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Leen,

Thanks for your feedback, it's great to hear how much you enjoy using your Ariel 55. That clip on the lower left hand side is actually supposed to work with the compression straps, it also has a twin higher up the pack. This allows you to compress the pack far beyond what you would normally be able to do with the compression on the front if you have a very small load in your pack. This is also useful for storage as it helps keep the pack flat.

Marie
Colour
Hi

Can u get the ariel 55 only in red and blue?
In the internet i saw some green ones but i can't find them here..

(This review was left for a previous version of this product.)
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Marie,

The Ariel AG 55 is currently only available in Red, Blue and Grey. From season to season the colours of our packs can change; the Green version you saw would have been from a previous range.

Kind regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Ausstattung

  • Verstellbares Anti-Gravity™ 3D gespanntes Rückensystem aus Mesh
  • Verstellbares Rückensystem
  • Unterer Reißverschlusszugang
  • Kompatibel mit Daylite & Daylite Plus
  • Damenrucksack
  • FlapJacket™ Abdeckung zur Verwendung ohne Deckel
  • Integrierte und abnehmbare Regenhülle
  • Internes Trinkblasenfach
  • Interner Schlüsselclip
  • Leichtgewichtiger umfassender Rahmen
  • Vorgekrümmter IsoForm™ CM verformbarer Hüftgurt
  • Abnehmbare Schlafmattenschlaufen
  • Abnehmbare Deckeltasche mit zwei Fächern
  • Seitliche Kompressionsriemen
  • Einzelner seitlicher Reißverschlusszugang zum Hauptfach
  • Schlafsackfach mit interner Trennwand
  • Brustgurtschnalle mit Signalpfeife
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ Befestigung für Trekkingstöcke
  • StraightJacket™ Kompressionsriemen
  • Vorderes Stretchfach
  • Stretchfächer aus Mesh mit InsideOut™ Kompression
  • Deckelfach Zugang
  • Zwei Eisaxtschlaufen
  • Zwei Reißverschlussfächer am Hüftgurt

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