Aether AG 70

Men's 70L ventilated and comfortable multi-day backpack with lid, front access and raincover

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The Journey is Your Reward.

Having once graced the cover of the legendary Time Magazine, Aether AG now takes a big step forward to make your journey even more rewarding.

Aether AG is designed for multi-day backpacking and carrying significant loads. The backsystem combines the comfort and ventilation of Osprey's multi-award-winning AG AntiGravity™ backsystem with the custom-mouldable fit of Osprey's next generation IsoForm™ hipbelt. A sprung mesh lumbar area, combined with stiff load bars integrated into the harness allows for impressive load transfer through the large muscle groups in the legs, enabling an even and comfortable backpacking experience.

Weight: 2.3KG

Dimensions (CM): 85L / 40W / 34D

Fabric: 210D Nylon Dobby

Adjustable torso length
AG AntiGravity™ 3D suspended mesh backpanel/hipbelt
Integrated & detachable raincover
Pre-curved IsoForm™ CM moldable hipbelt
Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
Top lid access

Having once graced the cover of the legendary Time Magazine, Aether AG now takes a big step forward to make your journey even more rewarding.

Aether AG is designed for multi-day backpacking and carrying significant loads. The backsystem combines the comfort and ventilation of Osprey's multi-award-winning AG AntiGravity™ backsystem with the custom-mouldable fit of Osprey's next generation IsoForm™ hipbelt. A sprung mesh lumbar area, combined with stiff load bars integrated into the harness allows for impressive load transfer through the large muscle groups in the legs, enabling an even and comfortable backpacking experience.

Organisation and accessibility are key during long adventures. These packs stand out with multiple access points including the J-Zip front panel access into the body of the pack, as well as sleeping back compartment with wide zip entry an internal divider. The lid not only has multiple pockets but is also removable, offering great versatility. The top of the pack remains protected without the lid thanks to the deployable FlapJacket™ top cover.

An integrated rain cover, Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment, InsideOut™ compression straps and multiple attachment points allow you to carry your gear any way you like. Aether AG 70's capacity allows for plenty of gear to be carried with ease on extended trips.

Aether AG provides uncompromising comfort, ventilation and stability for your multi-day adventures.

As an essential feature for Europe, this pack is supplied with a raincover instead of the DayLid.

Weight: 2.3 kg

Dimensions (CM): 85L / 40W / 34D

Fabric: 210D Nylon Dobby

Features

  • Compatible with the Daylite Series
  • FlapJacket™ top cover for use without lid
  • Internal hydration sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Twin zippered hipbelt pockets
  • Twin ice axe loops
  • Stretch mesh side pockets with InsideOut™ compression
  • Stretch front pocket
  • StraightJacket™ compression
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Sleeping bag base compartment with internal divider
  • Side compression straps
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Base zip entry
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable top lid with dual compartments
  • Adjustable torso length
  • AG AntiGravity™ 3D suspended mesh backpanel/hipbelt
  • Integrated & detachable raincover
  • Pre-curved IsoForm™ CM moldable hipbelt
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Top lid access

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hello, I have one question. I´ve got this backpack (70L, size MD). Which carying case is better for this model? Airporter M or L? Thank you and have a nice day.

Either the M or the L would suitable. As your pack is to be put inside of the Airporter some people like to protect their pack by adding pacdding in the ways of a coat or sleeping bag if you are to do this then it would suggest a L. However, a M could also be suitable for your pack and padding.

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  1. Rating
    20%
    Clark
    Shame Osprey have committed to making a different pack to the one available in the US. Brother bought one whilst there and the additional daypack for essentially the same price as what we are paying here is utterly ludicrous.

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    80%
    No Day pack!? A bum-bag? Er....
    I didn't buy this for the day pack option, just like I didn't buy it for the rain cover. But if you are going to remove the day-pack as a feature, don't replace it with a bum-bag. What use is that?

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  3. Rating
    80%
    Good Bag...
    I have now used this rucksack for hundreds of miles of hikes and it has stood up well. It is durable but comfy with spacious hip pockets but it would be nicer if there were more external pockets so you didn't have to delve into your bag to get anything. The hip belt does dig in slightly but this happens with other packs as well so I wasn't too bothered. The pole attachment is useful but the poles do get in the way a bit when they're in there. The aether is big and you can ft a lot inside it but it is quite narrow. The mesh system keeps it nicely ventilated and even without the rain cover your stuff stays quite dry.

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  4. Rating
    100%
    Very good pack does what it says on the tin and more
    Great pack owned the pack for under a year i used for 125 mile trek over a 4 day period immediatly after purchase and used it for few days each month since, Done a lot of research about the pack before buying to 100% know the features before committing. Pros and cons, hip belt does dig in a bit however towards the end of the first trip became a lot more comfortable and after 7 months now is very comfortable to wear for 8+ hours walking, Squeaking at first especially while wet would squeak at the top of the frame however after being soaked and dried a few times seems to have eased up and now running quiet, Used for summer and winter trips with room for a few luxury's all in all very happy with product after a bit breaking in. would 100% reccomend!!!

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  5. Rating
    100%
    Impresionante mochila!
    Llevando durante 14 dias 22kilos de peso no me ha fallado en ningun momento.Todo necesario cabe dentro.Muy buena calidad!

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  6. Rating
    100%
    Great backpack!
    This is the best backpack I ever had. Even with a heavy load(tent, sleeping bag & pad, stove, water and lots of food) this pack is really comfortable. The AG system does it's job really well. What makes this bag ideal for me is the mesh system which keeps my back ventilated. Definitly no regrets for buying the Aether AG 70.

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  7. Rating
    80%
    Very good backpack with one design issues
    I have recently used this backpack in a road trip in Norway and I loved it! I have just one concern about the backpack standing vertical when in the floor. I tried to pack my stuff in several different ways but the backpack always falls, there's no way to make it stand vertical. Osprey team, please prove me wrong and I'll be happy to give you 5 stars!

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  8. Rating
    100%
    Brilliant pack, high quality and comfortable
    Really good pack, comfortable and feels really well made. Sits close to your back for good stability but the mesh system keeps it all ventilated and the hip straps clamp down on your body, taking the weight of your shoulders. This pack gets a lot of criticism because people buy it for the day sack which isn't included in Europe, the rain cover seems good quality and is more useful for me.

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  9. Rating
    80%
    Comfortable and durable.
    The most comfortable pack I've ever had. It sits perfect on hips even for long trips. Hip belt is great, keeps pack on its place even if unbuckled (not a good idea of course to have it like that all the time, but it's great to unlock the buckle and still have this bit of time to take pack of the back instead of this instant feeling of heavy weight on arms or falling pack on the ground once the buckle is opened). Olive colour is great bonus for wildcamping. If I'd change anything it would be stripes closing backpack, those goes a bit too much on the side I believe, could be more to the centre of the pack. Hence olive colour is available, would be perfect to have it with olive or dark grey rain cover as standard). Anyway, great stuff and best I've had ever since. Thank you!

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  10. Rating
    60%
    Unsure
    The bag is comfortable to wear... though it does rub a lot on the hips. It weighs a kilo more on my scales than is claimed on this page. It squeaks... and it's so close to the back of your head that it's impossible to tilt your head back enough to look up at where you're walking... .

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