Mountainsmith Oasis 35

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CLOSEOUTS . The Mountainsmith Oasis 35 internal frame backpack is ideal for mountaineering, backcountry skiing and other alpine and winter pursuits. Molded foam back panels with air-channel Fixed lid Map sleeve Compression straps Ice tool attach points A-frame ski carry Vertical snowboard carry Trekking pole mounts Hydration pocket with drinking tube port Fully-adjustable padded shoulder straps Elastic sternum strap with hydration valve catch Padded waist belt Storm shield with drawcord closure Rope strap REGULAR Fits torsos: 17-20” Size (LxWxD): Approx. 24x11- x10” Capacity: 2868 Weight: 3 lb. 2 oz. SMALL Fits torsos: 14-17” Size (LxWxD): Approx. 23x11- x10” Capacity: 1709 Weight: 3 lb. Material: Ripstop, Cordura(R) and Kodra nylons Single 6061 aluminum stay CLOSEOUTS . Vietnam.

- Sierra Trading Post

Although it has all the little features that are great for winter ascents, dont pigeonhole the Mountainsmith Womens Oasis 35 Backpackthis daypack takes you well into summer and beyond. When the snow falls, carry systems hold your skis or snowboard, an expander sleeve stashes a shovel, and a tube holds a shovel handle or a leash/leashless ice tool. If youre on a board and dont want to descend with your poles, simply secure them in the rear trekking pole mounts. During the summer months, a storm shield blocks sudden squalls, top compression straps hold a climbing rope, and the 47L interior gives you plenty of space for gear and supplies for a few nights. Mountainsmith specifically designed the dual-density foam shoulder straps, molded back panel, and pivoting waist-belt to fit women, so you know the Oasis carries comfortably.

- Backcountry Outlet

Free Shipping. Mountainsmith Women's Oasis 35 Pack (Fall 2007) The Oasis 35 by Mountainsmith is a pack with multiple personalities: proportioned for a quick alpine hit, yet exhales fierce suspension control and numerous tool attachments.Features: Includes all Key Shared Features Top load access Lid has a clear map and valuables pocket Hypalon A-frame ski attachment sleeves Bellows dual water bottle/wand pockets Hydration sleeve with exit port Internal white PU coating promotes clear visibility of contents Top (under lid) compression holds climbing rope Dual-density molded back panel and pivoting waist belt Construction: Single 1 T6 6061 Aluminum concave stay plus PE sheet Nylon Cordura 210D with 3x PU coating body fabric with 420D bottom 500D Nylon Kodra expander sleeve material YKK Shockonloc buckles and water resistant zippers Hypalon reinforcement Regular Torso: SDT Volume: 2014 cu. in. / 33 L Weight: 2 lbs 15oz / 1.3 kg Torso: 14in.-17in. / 36-43 cm Size: 25 x 11 x 9.5 / 64 x 28 x 24 cm EXT Volume: 3967 cu. in. / 65L Large Torso: SDT Volume: 2136 cu. in. / 35 L Weight: 3 lbs 1oz / 1.4 kg Torso: 17in.-20in. / 43-51 cm Size: 26 x 11 x 9.5 / 65 x 28 x 24 cm EXT Volume: 4089 cu. in. / 67L

- Moosejaw

The Mountainsmith Oasis 35 women's pack is fast, light, and fully loaded: tool tubes, ski sleeves, trekking pole mounts, and more. Time for the ultra-light fast packer to pick a route and go.


Mountainsmith's Oasis 35 Backpack is fast, light, and fully loaded with tool tubes, ski sleeves, and trekking pole mounts. It is time for the ultra-light fast packer to pick a route and go.

- ClimbingGear

Mountainsmith Oasis 35


The Oasis 35 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$72.76 - $159.00

The Mountainsmith Oasis 35 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 20, 2014 at

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