The Exposure 50 Alpine Pack by Osprey Cary NC
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The Exposure 50 Alpine Pack by Osprey
Osprey Exposure 50 Alpine Pack
The Osprey Exposure 50 is a 3000 cubic inch, internal frame alpine pack that’s made out of nylon twill and ripstop for strength and durability. It comes with a custom-fitting foam technology with removable hip belts, a StrechComfort shoulder harness with a rescue whistle, and a tapered aluminum tubing frame with an HDPE framesheet. The backpack also has an ice tool harness/shovel wing for leashless ice tools and side ski carry straps that are reinforced with Hypalon. The Exposure 50 is available in large, medium, and small sizes.
Specifics (medium size)
- Average Volume: 3000 cubic inches
- Body fabric - Nylon ripstop/Hypalon
- Average weight - 3 lbs. 13 oz.
- Fits torso - 18 - 20.5 inches
- Fits waist/hips - 30 - 34 inches
- Number of pockets - 2 plus main compartment
- Number of stays - 2
- Frame material HDPE/aluminum
- Access / Loading - Top
- Sleeping bag compartment - No
- Custom-fitting foam technology with removable hip belts
- StrechComfort shoulder harness with rescue whistle
- Tapered aluminum tubing frame with an HDPE framesheet
- Ice tool harness/shovel wing for leashless ice tools
- ErgoPull hipbelt relieves hipbone pressure
- Internal pocket holds a 2-3 liter hydration reservoir
- Internal hanging daisy chain for easy gear organization
- Front attachment points for crampon pocket
- Rope tie-ins underneath the removable floating top pocket
- Side ski carry strap...
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