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Osprey Kode 30

posted Mar 5, 2012, 2:39 PM by GoOut Project   [ updated May 5, 2012, 1:31 AM by Italo Balestra ]
Very nice backpack, designed for freeriding and backcountry skiing. Practical and ergonomic the Kode features also a few additional accessories compared to the competitors. However, these extras do not terribly compromise the lightness overall. The materials used are of high quality, even though not the most resistant available. Maniacal care for the seams. Well-designed shape. Skis can be carried both A-frame or diagonal. The board-carrying system works very well and can compress the load sufficiently. Also available in larger (38l) and smaller (22l) sizes.

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