The pack is made indestructible and feels great with skis on. I love that you can set up your skis in so many different configurations. The buckles are great and can hold al…
- connor, 08/28/14
Took a couple spills with this pack on and still looks as new as the day it was purchased. The water reservoir fits nicely along with a puffy, extra pair of socks and a couple…
- Benjamin, 01/14/14
I just skied with this for 10 days. was perfect for holding essentials and a bladder. Hiked Aspen highlands bowl in strong wind and the thing was tremendous. The Karve 6 is…
- AUGUSTUS, 01/04/12
San Diego, CA
I wanted a snowboard/ ski pack that is not large. I mainly wanted a pack that can hold some hydration fluids and gopro gear. This pack is sleek enough that it doesn't get in t…
- Benny, 12/08/13
About Osprey Ski and Snowboard Packs:
As I'm sure a good 99% of you know, there are 293 ways to make a dollar. There are also 293 reasons you need a Osprey Ski Pack. I'll probably name like four and a half in this blurb, but seriously there are 288 and a half more.
Whether your skiing or snowboarding from the bunny hill to jumping out of a helicopter onto a powdery mountainside, make Osprey your number one source for packing and storing all your winter gear. Although the other Osprey packs are quite adaptable to whatever your needs, the Osprey Kode pack is going to be your best bet while you're on the go in the snow.
Available are the Kode 22, the Kode 30 and the Kode 38. All three of these bad boys have an internal frame making them super lightweight and allow you to separate your dry stuff from your snowy stuff when packing them away. They also have V-upper compression to carry your skis and snowboard.