Osprey Crampon Pocket

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Osprey Crampon PocketPockets and crampons now become as close as peas and carrots with Ospreys Crampon Pocket allowing for added storage for the alpine acsent. The Crampon pocket also works with Ospreys Excessory compatible pack. FeaturesLarge zip access and an HDPE sheetzippered slash pocket

- US Outdoor Store

The Osprey Crampon Pocket is a key alpine accessory designed for Osprey Exposure packs but also will work with any Osprey Excessory compatible packs. Large zip access and an HDPE sheet keep the points away from your pack fabric and a zippered slash pocket provides storage for parts.

- CampSaver.com

This durable pocket stores your crampons and helps protect your pack.


Congrats on getting a new Osprey Argon, Zenon, Aether, and Ariel series backpack. Make sure to protect your investment with the 200 cubic-inch Osprey Crampon Pocket. This durable pocket safely houses your sharp crampons so that they don't shred your pack from the inside out.

- Backcountry.com

Osprey Crampon Pocket FEATURES of the Osprey Crampon Pocket Attaches to all AddOn compatible packs Top zip main access holds any crampon Front zippered pocket for hardware Side compression straps Reinforced HDPE backpanel SPECIFICATIONS of the Osprey Crampon Pocket Volume: 83 cubic inches / 3 liter Weight: 11 oz / 0.31 kg 600D packcloth Dimension: (H x W x D): 15 x 7 x 5 in. / 39 x 19 x 13 cm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Osprey Crampon Pocket

previously retailed for:
$16.93 - $34.99

The Osprey Crampon Pocket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 2, 2015 at CampSaver.com.

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