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Posted 14 December 2022

Osprey Exos 48L Backpack - £91.97 (Members Price) @ Go Outdoors

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I've been keeping an eye out for a deal on this pack for quite a while. RRP £190 but offers for this pack usually come crop up at around the £120-£130 mark so £91.97 seems like an absolute steal!

They've also got the 38l and 58l version on offer too...

58l (£97.97): gooutdoors.co.uk/165…321
38l (£86.97): gooutdoors.co.uk/165…310
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    I have the Red/black version paid £120 discounted from Cotswold so this is a bargain. I found it quite uncomfortable with anything over 10KG though when using for weekend backpacking, straps are not padded much and a bit thin. Big fan of Osprey as I have 3 different sizes but probably going to swap this out soon. I would advise measuring yourself properly or even be cheeky and go instore and try them on loaded up first!
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    Btw just a heads up, they’re on ultimateoutdoors with a 10% off code (DEC10) so a little cheaper..
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    You sir are a legend!
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    How do you think this compares to something like a Decathlon 70L backpack which is £89.99 so similar price
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    I don't think that you can make a meaningful comparison as they are totally different packs. The Decathlon one is designed for much longer camping trips or as a piece of luggage on your back.

    The Exos range is designed for shorter trips. I use my 38 on long day hikes where I need a bit more space than my talon 33 provides. Likewise my brother uses his 48 for the same. The 58 is obviously getting closer to the Decathlon one in size but is still more of a weekend hiking pack.

    I should say that I have no experience of Decathlon's packs but have loads of Osprey packs and they are all excellent in their own way and I would be amazed if the Decathlon one is made to the same standard. To get an Exos 48 for this price (or even less at Ultimate Outdoors) is exceptional.
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    Good price this considering the RRP and it’s pretty new, cheapest I’ve seen it. Tempted by the 58L for some winter wild camps! 10% UNiDAYS too! Cheers
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    This is a cracking deal so thanks OP (and thanks to Libre11 in the comments)! I've been watching the prices on the Exos and Sirrus for the last couple of years so now is the time to pounce I went for the Exos 48L and Sirrus 36 from Ultimate Outdoors (on two separate orders). It said 10% cashback through Topcashback but think it's tracking much lower at just over £1 cashback on each order... it's all still good though!
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    I've heard good things about this backpack from backpackers.
    Not my sort of price but it is highly praised among the community
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    Yeah, nothing but praise from the likes of Haze Outdoors

    youtube.com/wat…63s
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    Good deal thankyou -
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    I have the 38l version. Excellent pack. Amazingly light considering it's capacity. I still love my talon 33 for day hikes but this is my choice if I need just a little extra space.
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    Gutted I missed this. Been looking out for this type of deal. My trust 25 years old Vango is on its last legs
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    Does anyone know if this is just small enough to bring as cabin luggage?
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    I was wondering this too, looking at the dimensions it’s quite tall so I doubt it
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    So after waiting weeks and contacting Go Outdoors today mine was "lost in transit" and they refunded the money. Deeply disappointing.
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