Osprey Variant 37

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Specs

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Weight 3 lb 5 oz / 1.42 kg 3 lb 8 oz / 1.50 kg 3 lb 11 oz / 1.59 kg
Stripped wight 1 lb 15 oz / .88 kg 2 lb 2 oz / .96 kg 2 lb 5 oz / 1.05 kg
Capacity 2100 cu in / 34 L 2250 cu in / 37 L 2400 cu in / 40 L

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Osprey Variant 37 offers superb carry and a versatile volume for a variety of vertical endeavors.

- CampSaver.com

Ski mountaineering, ice climbing, and rock climbing, Osprey thought of it all when developing the new top loading Variant 37 pack for vertical endeavors.

- REI

The Osprey Variant 37 Backpack offers superb carry and versatile volume. This able pack transitions flawlessly between winter ski objectives or alpine pursuits and summer crags. Removable HDPE framesheet and a 6061 aluminum stay offers lightweight suspension capable of comfortably carrying gear Backpanel with panel access provides durable cushion that sheds snow Water resistant zippered front pocket Separate compression pocket for crampons protects gear and offers quick access Frequently wear a harness? The contoured EVA hipbelt can be removed and stowed Adjustable tool bungee Y-clip Glove friendly buckles Dual ski loops Ice tool attachment Spindrift collar Three-point haul system Under-lid pocket stores your car keys securely Wand pocket

- OMCgear

Osprey developed the Variant 37 Backpack with features any winter climber will appreciate. With crampon and wand pockets, ice tool holsters, and a three-point haul system, this pack begs to climb frozen waterfalls and glacier-covered peaks. The Opsrey Variant has a removable frame sheet and hip-belt for easier climbing or when you want to reduce overall weight. A removable top pocket with spindrift collar lets you streamline still further for missions that gram-ditching zeal.

- Backcountry.com