Iv been using this pack since late october now and love the fit and quality of the craftsmanship. all together a well built pack from Osprey. But with every thing you need for a day at the resort or in the backcountry packed into this thing there is just no room left for anything!!!!!! at all. i have a shovel, probe, a full bladder of water (70oz), and extra pair of gloves, and a first aid kit. with all this in there it would be hard to shead a layer cause there would be no where to put it. im thinking of sending it back and getting the Kode 30 or something similar.
there is no helmet carry on the Kode 22. only on the 30 and 38.
any body know if the brakes off these will fit the older FKS 155? and if so where do i get wider ones? and if not where do i get wider brakes to fit the FKS 155
great boots! very comfy. some of the most comfortable boots iv ever worn. even better than with intuitions not as warm though. my only issue with these boots are that there a little to soft in the flex department. have to tighten up the buckles half way through the day. but if you keep em snug they work well if not they fall to like a 70 flex.... i might trade next year for the agent 110's just because of the flex.
what is the delta switch on the back of this boot? what does it do?
could anyone tell me the boot sole length (bsl) on the 27.5?
just got these boots this year. iv only had em out twice but i love em. iv had KR rampages in the last couple of years and those don't even compare to the il moro. the intuition liners these come with are comfy and warmer than any other liner iv ever worn. the snowboard binding ratchet strap that replaces the traditional booster strap most boots come with, are SICK! allows for micro-adjust ability. used to get shin bang bad in my old boots and has totally disappeared in these thanks to the liners. no need to bake these liners just wear em a couple times and they form to your foot and don't pack out as soon as if you would bake em. great to hike in as well very COMFYY!!