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When the touring gets icy, grab your Karakoram Splitboard Crampons. Their unique design gives you the grip of a fixed ski crampon with the ease of touring of a floating crampon. The front teeth of the crampon are centered on the touring pivot allowing for full front tooth engagement regardless of the riser height. Crampons can be installed on the fly. Compatible with Karakoram Prime Splitboard System Only. Binding Models: Prime Carbon, Prime SL, Prime Straightline, Prime1, Prime Women's Serrated teeth for maximum grip Cored out design to reduce weight Easy direct attachment to binding On-the-fly install Weight: 173g (6.1oz) per side Width: 14.3cm (fits Material: 6061-T6 Aluminum
Ideal for backcountry skiing and snowboarding, the Osprey Kode 32 offers a 32 liter capacity with high quality durable nylon construction and all the features you need on the mountain. The Osprey Kode 32 is a dedicated, technical backcountry snowplay pack designed specifically for ski/snowboard mountaineering, hut-to-hut trips and ski patrol endeavors. Backcountry Riding. Key Fabrics: 420D HD nylon, 420D hex rip nylon. Vertical Snowboard Carry (Step 1): Reverb vertical snowboard carry utilizes a reinforced lower strap on the front panel of the pack and a stowable strap on the left shoulder harness that extends across the snowboard to the right side harness. Undo lower webbing strap completely via the slider buckle and thread the webbing from beneath the fabric overlay to extend. Diagonal Ski Carry: Diagonal ski carry utilizes one side of the bottom front panel webbing and secures on the opposite side of the top front panel webbing. Glove Friendly Buckles: Swift release glove friendly buckles release quickly with thumb and forefinger providing easy access to retained items. Hipbelt Pockets: Dual articulated zippered hipbelt pockets allow for one hand usage when stashing and accessing often needed smaller items. Horizontal Backpanel Snowboard Carry (Step 1): A reinforced hipbelt wing provides quick horizontal snowboard carry across the backpanel of the pack. Place the pack backpanel up on the ground and position snowboard base up horizontally across the pack's backpanel, resting it on the reinforced hipbelt wings with the bindings on either side of the pack. Horizontal Backpanel Snowboard Carry (Step 2): Load the board and pack onto your back tensioning the hipbelt and harness to secure the board horizontally between the pack's backpanel and your pack. Reverse to remove. Hydration (Step 1): An internal zippered backpanel hydration compartment with reservoir hanger and a fully insulated dual zippered harness router provide for hassle and ice free hydration. Slip your reservoir into the zippered compartment utilizing the reservoir hanger if needed. Hydration (Step 2): Route the hydration hose through the right harness strap for on-the-go water management. Ice Tool Carry: A single ice tool loop at the base of the pack works in conjunction with the upper ski carry straps to provide stable and secure ice tool carry. Stowable Helmet Carry (Step 1): The Kode 32 features a stowable helmet carry system. Unzip the top slash compartment containing the helmet carry cap and extend from pocket and locate the helmet icon at the top of the pack and click in helmet chinstrap. Stowable Helmet Carry (Step 2): Pull helmet cap over helmet and engage two male buckles into the two female buckles located opposite the load lifter straps at the top of the pack. Reverse to remove. Top Stash Pocket: A top zippered stash pocket with heat embossed, non scratch coating provides the ideal place to stow goggles and other smaller items. Vertical Snowboard Carry (Step 2): Place the snowboard binding up into position and reattach the strap over the snowboard beneath the bindings, rethreading the webbing through the slider buckle and tensioning to secure. Available Sizes: Small/Medium, Medium/Large. S/M Volume: 29L or 1770 cu. in.. M/L Volume: 32L or 1953 cu. in.. S/M Weight: 1.42 kg or 3 lbs. 2 oz.. M/L Weight: 1.53 kg or 3 lbs. 6 oz.. S/M Dimensions(HxWxD): 22 x 12 x 11 in. or 55 x 30 x 28 cm. M/L Dimensions(HxWxD): 24 x 12 x 11 in. or 60 x 31 x 28 cm. Available Color(s): Hoodoo Red, Black, Nitro Green
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
In bounds, out the gate, or full-on backcountry -- the Osprey Kode 32 Backpack doesn't discriminate when it comes to a day out in the snow. This mid-sized ski pack holds your avy tools and other essential equipment for short tours or shredding the backcountry. The Osprey Kode 32 was constructed from 420 denier nylon. It features an Airscape back panel that allows ventilation between you and the pack. For added comfort, the adjustable shoulder and chest straps have been molded from EVA foam. Meanwhile, compression straps and panel loading allow the pack to be configured according to what you need to carry. From ice tools to a snowboard, a dozen different arrangements are possible. Additionally, hip belt pockets allow easy access to your camera or phone. Everything is kept dry with an integrated rain cover. Gear carrying is for naught if you're parched by the time that you reach the peaks. For this reason, an external hydration pocket has been added in order to keep your thirst at bay.
Incorporating feedback from backcountry professionals and athletes, the redesigned Osprey Kode 32 snow pack offers logical organization and sharp style for riders seeking off-piste snow play.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Osprey Kode 32 Pack FEATURES of the Osprey Kode 32 Pack Vertical Snowboard Carry Diagonal Ski Carry Glove Friendly Buckles Hipbelt Pockets Horizontal Backpanel Snowboard Carry Hydration Ice Tool Carry Stowable Helmet Carry Top Stash Pocket Vertical Snowboard Carry