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.
Extra-large front pocket with J-zip access for avalanche safety gear secure inside the pack. The large pockets accommodate large shovel blades, and the dual center sleeves secure extra-long probes and shovel handles.
DRY POCKET ACCESS
The main dry compartment keeps gear that needs to stay dry and warm separate from wet avy gear and skins. The dry compartment is also designed to be accessible with skis or board attached to the pack.
Dual-position, deployable helmet net quickly and securely stows snow helmets for a cool and comfortable climb.
Glove Friendly - Glove friendly zipper pulls and buckles allow for quick and easy use in adverse conditions
Panel Load Access - Extra-large front panel j-zip access to avalanche safety pocket with shovel handle and probe sleeves
Horizontal Backpanel Snowboard Carry - A reinforced hipbelt wing provides quick horizontal carry across the backpanel of the backpack
Hipbelt Pockets - Dual, articulated zippered hipbelt pockets for one hand use provide quick access to essentials
Backpanel Access - Dual zippered access to dry storage and hydration compartment
A-frame Ski Carry - Lower reinforced ski carry loops and upper side carry straps provide secure and comfortable A-frame ski carry
Side Compression - Dual upper and lower side compression help keep the pack load stable and compressed
Tuckaway Ice Tool Loops - Dual tool loops provide secure attachment on technical ascents and also tuckaway when not in use
I use this bag on backcountry snowboard adventures. I was tired of trying to attach my board to my bags and decided to take the leap and get a proper snowsports' bag. After looking at a few I decided to go with the Kamber 32 from Osprey because of their quality products, exceptional customer service and the all mighty garantee. It met my expectations a beyond. Great compartments, durable straps to tie your board (although a little stiff at first making it tricky to tighten), comfortable straps and convenient hip pockets for quick access to snacks. I choose a men's bag even though I'm a woman because the red color was great making me highly visible.
Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada
Great Pack for the Back Country for Skiers and Boarders
This is a great pack for the back country. It is comfortable and has room for everything. The one area that is below the usual Osprey standards is the stowable helmet carry. There is not enough room for the helmet to fit as the clips are too small and the length of the cord that the clips are attached to are too short. Is there any way to extend the cord and have a bigger clip?
Tight helmet carry
Helmet carry is very tight and forces helmet over the top carry strap.