Osprey Sopris 30 Snow Pack - Women's

$160.00
Color:Tungsten Grey
Size: One Size
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Built for women who spend hours in the skin track and live in constant pursuit of amazing lines, the Osprey Sopris 30 is a large-volume technical backcountry touring pack with ski and snowboard carry.

  • Features

    • High-end materials keep this pack lightweight on uphill missions, while a stable, women-specific fit supports dynamic descents
    • Large front panel J-zip provides intuitive access to avalanche safety kit pocket with shovel handle and probe sleeves
    • Backpanel access to main compartment dry storage
    • GPS/radio internal carry with mic harness webbing attachment points
    • A-frame or diagonal ski carry; vertical front panel and horizontal snowboard carry
    • Easy-access scratch-free accessories/goggles stash pocket
    • Sled carry attachment loops
    • Dual-position (front or top of pack) stow-away helmet carry
    • Secure ice tool carry sleeve and attachment point
    • Internal main compartment side panel sleeves hold your small items or thermos
    • Internal main compartment zipper stash pocket
    • Single zippered hipbelt pocket/single hipbelt gear loop

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Splitboarding

    Bag Style

    Backpack

    Frame Type

    Frameless

    Gear Capacity (L)

    30 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    1,831 cubic inches

    Hipbelt

    Yes

    Hipbelt Pockets

    Yes

    Adjustable Torso Length

    Yes

    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    14-19 inches

    Fits Waist/Hips

    24-45 inches

    Material(s)

    210-denier high-tenacity nylon shadowbox

    Pack Access

    Panel

    Dimensions

    20 x 13 x 10 inches

    Gender

    Women's

    Weight

    2 lbs. 6.9 oz.

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