Osprey Levity 60 Litre Rucksack

60 Litres / Internal Frame / Hydration Compatible
Weighs 868g (Medium size)
Code: SS18037
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The Osprey Levity packs are fully framed pack with a vented back panel and traditional 'lid with pocket' arrangement, yet come in well below the kg mark in terms of overall weight. Ample pockets and other features will also appeal to backpackers.

Osprey says:

By combining supremely advanced fabrics and leading design techniques, Levity represents the pinnacle of performance in ultra-lightweight packs. Comfortable, supportive, ventilated and durable, these packs are built for the long-distance adventures where every gram counts.

Levity 60 is designed with purely the essential features, in order to minimise weight and maximise performance. A large main pocket with top drawcord access is covered by a fixed lid, which features a spacious zippered pocket. A front pocket provides space to store and easily access spare clothing, while two side pockets will comfortably accommodate water bottles. Loops on the top, front and base can be used for lashing excess items to if needed.

Levity features a fully ventilated AirSpeed™ suspended mesh backpanel, keeping you cool and comfortable on the trail. The ExoForm™ hipbelt and harness provide excellent padding and highly effective load-transfer into the body’s strongest muscles.
  Advanced NanoFly™ material are used on the exterior of the pack in order to provide impressive durability and abrasion resistance. Non-exposed surfaces are built from 30D Siliconised Nylon, which provides an excellent weight-strength ratio. Levity 60 is compatible with all Hydraulics reservoirs and size Large Ultralight Raincovers.

If you’re looking for ultra-lightweight performance without the usual compromise, look no further than Osprey’s Levity.

Osprey's Levity packs have a remarkable set of features for backpacking rucksacks this light, especially when you consider just how much the 60 litre version weighs. Major features that are lost on other lightweight packs such as a proper lid with pocket and a vented back system are both part of the Levity feature set - arguably a 'proper' lid makes the pack more suited to UK conditions as there's less chance of water getting into the pack - however we just like the large top pocket which is useful in keeping you organised.

Other key features for a backpacking rucksack are the large external stretch mesh pockets which allow you to be flexible about how you carry gear which could be wet or needed on the move. The side pockets have an easy access opening so that you can get at your gear while wearing it - and it does work, although you need to be careful you don't pull out more than you intended.

I miss the fact that there are no pockets on the hipbelt however the side pockets make up for this to some extent and you can attach pocket options to various points. The Levity's do have an internal frame which helps transfer the load to the meagre hip fins.

The Levity packs will be just what you're looking for if you really like a vented back and need the traditional style top lid and pocket arrangement.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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  • Bellowed front fabric pocket
  • Compatible with Hydraulics™ and Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir
  • Cord tie off points
  • Dual access fabric side pockets with InsideOut™ compression cord
  • Dual front daisy chains offer flexible attachment options
  • ExoForm™ mesh hipbelt and harness
  • Internal hydration sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable side compression cords
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Top lid access
  • Ultralight AirSpeed™ ventilated trampoline suspended mesh backpanel


  • Weight: 834g
  • Capacity: 57L
  • Torso Length: 40-48cm


  • Weight: 868g
  • Capacity: 60L
  • Torso Length: 46-54cm



  • Weight: 896g
  • Capacity: 63L
  • Torso Length: 54-80cm

Main fabric

  • NanoFly UHMWPE Ripstop x 100D HT Nylon
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Review Summary - 2 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
July 13, 2018 | Jack Holloway
Ospreys Biggest Mistake yet?

This could be Ospreys biggest mistake yet. I was, like you attracted to this bag by its light weight, looks and Ospreys sound reputation. The fundamental flaws are as followed. The Material is so, so, so thin it will pierce with almost any object with an edge. It's way too delicate. You can see and clearly identify belongings inside the bag. The material is not water resistant. One zipped pocket on the top of the bag is not enough and belongings are difficult to find as they all quickly fall to the back of the pocket. 2 minutes of light rain and and belongings are wet. Oversized (deep pocket) with no zip doesn't have much use. Storing flip flops or a hat is the only use for it. Side pockets have massive holes in them so be careful what you put in them. Would be very handy if it was self supporting. You have to pack with it lent up against something even then its not easy because it wants to slip away and the fabrics thin and droopy. Stiff bracing around the hips makes it wide and a struggle to fit into most hostel lockers or any lockers for that matter. Do yourself and the planet a favour and go for a bag that's two or three hundred grams more and will last you more than one trip. Find other ways to lose weight if you're that worried. British infantry soldiers carry an average of 50 kilograms on their back. I'm sure your manage with 12kg instead of 11.7kg.