The Osprey Exposure 42 Alpine Pack Henderson NV

The Osprey Exposure 42 is a 2600 cubic inch alpine pack with a removable exposure hip belt, a foam laminate harness and an internal hydration pocket. Please read on for more detailed information in the following article.

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(702) 735-5867
1000 N Stephanie Pl
Henderson, NV
 
Achieve Fitness USA Las Vegas
(702) 520-5820
1841 Somersby Way
Henderson, NV
 
Club Sport-Green Valley
(702) 216-3282
2100 Olympic Avenue
Henderson, NV
 
Lifesigns
(702) 254-7200
9065 S Pecos Rd Ste 190
Henderson, NV
 
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(702) 395-0024
6325 E Russell Rd Ste 109
Las Vegas, NV
 
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(702) 454-6646
2815 N Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, NV
 
Wellness Coaches U.S.A.
(702) 287-5258
958 Ashford Hollow Ave
Henderson, NV
 
Linda Esposito Fitness Consultant
(702) 896-4259
274 Jubilee Rd
Henderson, NV
 
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(702) 216-2657
5875 Service
Las Vegas, NV
 
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(702) 566-1414
440 S Parkson Rd
Henderson, NV
 

The Osprey Exposure 42 Alpine Pack

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Osprey

The Osprey Exposure 42 is a 2600 cubic inch alpine pack that is made out of nylon twill and ripstop for strength and durability. It has a removable exposure hip belt, a foam laminate harness with a rescue whistle, an internal hydration pocket, reinforced side ski carry straps and ice tool holsters, and a shovel wing. It also comes with ski, shovel, and tool carrys. The Exposure 42 is available in large, medium, and small sizes.

  • Average Volume: 2600 cubic inches
  • Body fabric - Twill and ripstop
  • Average weight - 3 lbs. 5 oz.
  • Pockets - 1
  • Access / Loading - Panel
  • Removable exposure hip belt
  • Foam laminate harness with a rescue whistle
  • Internal hydration pocket
  • Hypalon reinforced side ski carry straps
  • Ice tool holsters and shovel wing
  • Haul system and interior daisy chain
  • Leashless tool carry
  • Ski, shovel, and tool carry
  • Comes in small, medium and large sizes
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