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FeedTheHabit.com – Osprey Kode 30 Backcountry Ski Pack Review – March 3, 2010

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FeedTheHabit.com – Osprey Kode 30 Backcountry Ski Pack Review – March 3, 2010

March 3, 2010


When the Osprey Kode ski backpacks were introduced just over a year ago, I must say I was impressed. With a slew of great features and the renowned Osprey fit, the Kode series (Kode 38, Kode 30 and Kode 22) was bound for greatness, right? After a full season of use, the Osprey Kode 30 is an excellent backcountry ski pack with only a few weaknesses.

About the Osprey Kode 30 Backpack

A great all around snowplay pack, the Kode 30 is great for a few hour to all-day side and backcountry tours. Unique features include front panel access to avy gear compartment, backpanel access to dry pocket, stowable helmet carry and a LightWire™ frame to support heavier loads with flex for dynamic movement.

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Kode 38 Reviewed in Outside Bozeman Magazine

December 29, 2009

For the magazine’s winter issue, the Kode 38 was reviewed. They said they were “impressed” with how many features the pack provided, and that “it is perfect for the average jaunt into the backcountry”. To see more, click here.

Women’s Adventure Shows Off Kode 30 in Gift Guide

December 17, 2009

The magazine chose the Kode 30 for their gift guide, stating that, “if you’ll head to a ski resort or off into the backcountry this winter, the Kode 30 should make your wish list”. To see the print hit, click here. For online, click here.

Osprey Kode 30 Recomended for Backcountry Daypack

October 22, 2009

Backpacker Magazine’s Fall/Winter 2009 Gear Guide Chose the Osprey Kode 30 as the “Backcountry Daypack”. With dividers to separate wet gear from dry gear, fleece lined pockets for goggles and insulated sleeve for a hydration hose its no wonder the tested said it was “the best backcountry ski pack i’ve used”. To see more, click here

Kode Series Awesome Choice for Boarding and Skiing Trips

October 16, 2009

The Denver Post recently ran an article on the best new gear for this winter season to take out skiing and snowboarding, and for the best new packs on the market for carrying your gear while you’re hitting the slopes, the Kode Series was chosen. To see more, click here.