What’s important to look for in Osprey Kamber 32 Men's Ski Backpack?
Dual zippered rear backpanel access to main compartment and hydration reservoir sleeve with insulated zippered harness router fits up to a 3L reservoir sold separately Extra-large front panel j-zip access to avalanche safety pocket with shovel handle and probe sleeves Lower reinforced ski carry loops and upper side carry straps provide secure A-frame ski carry with the ability for diagonal ski or vertical snowboard carry Dual articulated zippered hipbelt pockets for one hand use and scratch-free goggle pocket Dual-position, deployable helmet net quickly and securely stows helmets Glove friendly zipper pulls and buckles allow for quick and easy use
What is the advantage of this Osprey Kamber 32 Men's Ski Backpack?
Since Osprey s founding in 1974, every single product design bearing the Osprey name has passed through the hands of owner and founder Mike Pfotenhauer, undergoing relentless scrutiny. From stitching the first lines of custom-fitted packs, to meticulously designing innovative products with intuitive features, to forging personal relationships with the sewing operators who construct the packs, Mike has been the unbreakable thread that makes Osprey a top company.
Designed for backcountry enthusiasts, the Osprey Kamber 32 includes multiple options for ski and snowboard attachment, fast and easy access to critical snow safety gear, and other winter-specific features. A large J-zip front pocket keeps your shovel and probe ready at a moment s notice. When you are on the move and need to transition or grab a snack, backpanel access through the snow-shedding Thermoformed backpanel keeps your gear dry.
Upper and lower reinforced carry wings provide secure and comfortable diagonal ski carry.
Dual front panel hypalon reinforced wings provide secure and comfortable vertical snowboard snowshoe carry.
Lower reinforced ski carry loops and upper side carry straps provide secure and comfortable A-frame ski carry.
Dual zippered access to dry storage and hydration compartment.
An internal hydration sleeve with hanger and a fully insulated, dual zippered harness router with a hypo-allergenic stretch garage proves ice-free hydration.
Tool loop s provide secure attachment on technical ascents.
Stowable helmet carry quickly deploys so you can store your helmet on long ascents.
Dual, articulated zippered hip-belt pockets for one hand use provide quick access to essentials.
Designed for all backcountry enthusiasts, the Kamber 32 includes multiple options for ski and snowboard attachment, fast and easy access to critical snow safety gear, and other winter-specific features. Safety is paramount in the backcountry and a large J-zip front pocket with multiple zippers keeps your shovel and probe ready at a moment s notice. When you are on the move and need to transition or grab a snack, backpanel access through the snow-shedding Thermoformed backpanel keeps your gear dry and a zippered top panel provides additional and convenient access. Even when loaded with up to 30lbs the LightWire suspension, padded hipbelt and contoured shoulder straps provide a comfortable carry even when breaking trail toward distant peaks. On the outside of the pack, you ll find straps for a variety of ski and snowboard carrying options and an ice axe loop for technical ascents. All contact points are reinforced to minimize wear from metal edges. A built-in back pocket for a hydration reservoir routes through the insulated shoulder harness to prevent freezing. Other winter-specific features include a stowable helmet carry system, ice axe loop, and a scratch-free goggle pocket. Glove friendly buckles and zippers poles let you keep your hands covered when you re making the transition from skins to skis on the summit.
Customer reviewsGreat pack - thoughtful construction
I bought and tested 3 different packs Black Diamond Dawn Patrol 32L, Osprey Kode 32L and the Kamber 32L specifically for backcountry snowboarding to see if they could fit all my gear comfortably.