Osprey Mutant 22L
Whether you’re commuting cross-country or traversing the backcountry, Osprey Mutant 22L Pack provides customization and convenience to make every journey easier.
Boasting a wide-mouth zippered opening, customisable options for carrying crampons or other items on the front, integrated rope carry, and glove-friendly buckles, you are guaranteed convenience and ease of use. The easy-to-use ice tool carry system makes long hikes with heavy equipment easier than ever. You’ll also enjoy the comfort from the ergonomic hipbelt that helps reduce fatigue on your journey.
Working with local Colorado guides and climbing athletes to create a backpack that would live up to the rough terrain of the state, Osprey crafted this pack out of tough and durable fabrics. The All Mighty Guarantee also ensures that your pack will be covered should any unforeseeable issues arise during your journey.
– Snowshed fabric backpanel
– Dual ToolLocks with bungee tie-offs
– Front panel daisy chain for additional gear attachment
– Three-point haul system
– Internal hydration sleeve
– Glove-friendly buckles
– Inside/out rope attachment, internal compression
– Removable webbing hipbelt
– Storage pocket under large top-zip opening for storing smaller items with key clip
– Side loops for additional compression or attachment points
Main: 210D High Tenacity Nylon
Accent: 210D Nylon Honey Comb Contrast Thread
Bottom: 420HD Nylon Packcloth
Volume: 22 L
Dimensions: 48 x 25 x 22 cm
Weight: 0.6 kg
Form Follows Function – Built to be lightweight and reliable with alpine-specific features such as dual ToolLocks with bungee tie-offs, helmet carry (52L and 38L only), strippable features, rope carry and a narrow profile for efficiency in the mountains.
Stripped Weight – Removable top lid (for 52L and 38L only), removable suspension (framesheet on 22L, framesheet and/or dual stays on 38L/52L), and a removable hipbelt on 52L allow the user to trim weight.
Fit – Osprey’s superior fit makes for efficient and ultimately safer movement in the mountains so that you’re never thinking about your pack during runout cruxes through rotten rock or thin ice.”
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