Aether Pro 70

Men's 70L multi-day lightweight expedition backpack with removable componentry

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A tough yet light pack designed for adventures where dependability is key. Completely stripped down, streamlined and svelte, the Aether Pro 70 is made for type-two adventures that span days or months; alpine climbing expeditions with remote basecamps, or boundary-pushing long-distance hikes through unknown landscapes where the only trail is the one you make.

Weight: 1.8KG

Dimensions (CM): 87L / 45W / 37D

Fabric: NanoFly® 210D Nylon X 200D UHMWPE

AirScape™ mesh covered accordion foam backpanel for comfort and fit
Stowable twin ice axe loops
Compatible with Daylite & Daylite Plus
FlapJacket™ top cover for use without lid
Removable sleeping pad straps
Large removable hipbelt pockets, one zippered and one cinch closure
Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
Zip pocket in top lid

The Aether Pro was carried by Nims Purja as he became the fastest person on Earth to climb all 14 of the world's 8,000 plus peaks in less than 7 months. The previous world record? 7 years.

A tough yet light pack designed for adventures where dependability is key. Completely stripped down, streamlined and svelte, the Aether Pro 70 is made for type-two adventures that span days or months; alpine climbing expeditions with remote basecamps, or boundary-pushing long-distance hikes through unknown landscapes where the only trail is the one you make. With one zipper, minimal fuss and strengthened hardware, this pack provides worry-free dependability in the harshest of conditions.

Stripped down, lightweight for moving fast and getting the job done. The Aether Pro doesn’t just carry heavy loads well, it fits bodies of all shapes and sizes. These packs are built for those who appreciate efficiency and create their own specific systems of organisation based on their unique needs, whether expedition mountaineer or explorer of points unknown.

Created with NanoFly™ fabric, a tried-and-trusted backsystem and an extremely efficient main compartment design, these packs are built for those who appreciate simplicity and are used to creating a backpacking system to suit their own needs. These are packs for expert backpackers.

Weight: 1.8 kg

Dimensions (CM): 87L / 45W / 37D

Fabric: NanoFly® 210D Nylon X 200D UHMWPE

Features

  • Underlid rope carrying system
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Internal top load compression strap
  • Compatible with Hydraulics™ and Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir
  • AirScape™ mesh covered accordion foam backpanel for comfort and fit
  • Stowable twin ice axe loops
  • Compatible with Daylite & Daylite Plus
  • FlapJacket™ top cover for use without lid
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Large removable hipbelt pockets, one zippered and one cinch closure
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Zip pocket in top lid

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Aether Pro 70 come with different size hipbelts ?

The Aether pro 70 does not come with different sized hipbelts. However, if you need a different sized hipbelts we can provide one for you. All you need to do is contact out Guarantee team and they will be able to get you the size that you need.

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  1. Rating
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    Amazing
    Pack arrived today; right out of the box the quality seems amazing. Incredibly light and feels like a spaceship compared to my older packs.

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    Finally found my perfect Pack.
    This pack is amazing, I'm a bit of a gear junkie, and if I had to pick one from all the packs I’ve ever owned, this beautiful looking work of modern back-packing art stands firmly above the rest. Yea it looks great, better than the pictures! the red, black n grey, stays on the outside, etc, but ofc its more than just how it looks, the thing just works.

    Durability wise Its built like a brick sh** house, the main body material has gram for gram or so they say 12 times the tear strength of steel yet its very lightweight. Having the stays on the outside of the pack makes them field repairable, not that they will ever need it. Key areas are further reinforced, The only 2 zips on the pack are on the removable (replaceable) lid and removable hip-belt, this is a pack designed to last. There is no faff.

    Features are limited to keep the weight down, but it still has all the important stuff. I really like the hip-belt pocket, Osprey have decided one should have a zip and one simply cinched, this is a much better place for a water bottle than on the pack itself. The zip pocket also has a piece of plastic reinforced cord for quick stowing of walking poles but you could hang anything there. Nice compression system, removable sleeping mat straps, lass points on the lid, axe loops, there is a top cover if you ever remove the lid. Its all very well thought out, nothing that's going to break, add weight, but everything you need. One thing I've noticed is due to the hip-belt being removable and the lid being removable with both male and female buckle connectors, its very possible to make yourself a lumbar pack like I can with another back-pack.

    Comfort is the key here, what we are looking at is a 70+ litre pack that can handle 27.3 kg (60lbs). I would never go that heavy, nowhere near, but that's not the point, its simply very comfortable no matter what you throw at it. Nicely padded, comfy hip-belt that can be heat moulded to your body if you take it to a outlet (time will do this anyway). great shoulder straps, load lifters that really seem to work well, to sum if up this pack is more comfortable than a pack I use to love from lowe alpine that weighed 3.4kg. This weighs in at 1.8kg. You can strip it down to 1.5kg, what you are then left with is a bomber big sack with killer support that’s super comfy. I’ve owned so many packs I try not to think about it but I can easily single this out as the best pack I’ve ever owned.

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    Great fit, great pack
    I bought this for my trip to Aconcagua, as my older packs (20 years+) were quite heavy. Normally people use daypacks for approach part where gear is carried by mules, but I used the Aether Pro 70 to save some weight, after all my daypack was not much lighter. Worked perfectly. On the mountain we needed to haul gear and food to upper camps up to 5960m, and made also one carry to camp 1, pack weight was 17-22kg each time. I can honestly say I never even noticed the pack (after getting it off the ground) while climbing, and I was the only one in the group who carried all personal gear without extra porters to the highest camps. It might be worth mentioning that I was 10-40 years older than anybody else in the group, and have artificial hips on both sides.

    Naturally not all this can be attributed to the pack only, but I certainly can not fault it for anything. Well, hip pocket zipper might be bit difficult to close, but that might be my clumsiness also...

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    Great Backpack
    I just used it for a small 3 day winter hike. i did not use a rain cover in the snom and everything stayed perfectly dry. It's really very comfortable. I also used it as a harnas to pull my pulka, just used 2 carabiners to attach it to the belt.

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    The best
    I have used this pack a number of times while camping in the mountains. The terrain we covered was very rocky and a few scrambles to get to our camp spot. This is were the pack excelled. I had 2days worh of gear. Camera equipment tent winter sleeping bag. Never felt a pack feel so secure to my body. No waving around or feeling uncomfortable. Didnt even use a rain cover as the pack has no issues with a small down pour. Only suggestion would be a side zip. I always use the side zip on my Zenith. This pack would be perfect if it had one. Brilliant minimalist pack. Even looks the business

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    Amazing backpack
    Recently I did 8 day Tour du Mont Blanc hike with this backpack and I fell in love with it.
    Highly customisable, was able to attach ice-axe, tent, sleeping mattres and hiking sticks.
    With all that weight it was really comfortable to carry the backpack. Did not feel any pain on my hips or shoulders. It held rain also pretty well.
    It feels really sturdy and made out of high quality material.
    The only drawback that I see is missing a quick access to bottom compartment. Because if you want to reach the bottom of the backpack you need to pull everything out. Apart from that the best backpack that I have ever bought.

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    Great support system
    A rigid frame and we'll functioning load shifter straps makes this pack very good at transfering weight to the adequately padded hip belt. Shoulder straps are well padded. I needed more external carrying space so I fitted mesh stuff sacks to the external straps. Narrow pack shape makes it stable and holds weight close to the centre of gravity but I had to adapt the way I pack to eliminate empty air pockets. So far seems pretty sturdy and should last years but not over engineered unlike their other backpacking rucksacks. Great that it has no unnecessary zips to let the rain in.

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