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Osprey Packs Kode 22 Backpack - 1200-1400cu in

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Fully equipped for quick-hit backcountry missions.

For quick dawn patrols and heading out the gate at the resort, the Osprey Kode 22 Backpack stores your avalanche safety gear and other mountain essentials. The panel-loading design gives you quick access to your puffy or skins, and multiple carry options makes the pack ideal for any kind of backcountry traveler. An avalanche tool pocket stores your safety gear separately, so you can access it quickly in an emergency. When things get hot on the way up store your helmet in the top mesh and let the breeze run through your hair. A reservoir sleeve and multiple storage pockets let you bring along the essentials for any good day out in the backcountry.

  • Nylon outer fabric
  • Internal HDPE frame sheet
  • Back-panel entry access
  • Front-panel j-zipper
  • Avalanche tool pocket
  • 16-21 inch torso size (depending on pack size)
  • Helmet carry
  • Ski-carry loops
  • Snowboard carry
  • Soft lined goggle pocket
  • Reservoir sleeve
  • Item #OSP003M

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Warranty
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, backcountry touring
Claimed Weight
[S/M] 3 lb, [M/L] 3 lb 2 oz
22 x 11 x 11 in
Weight Capacity
20 lb
Ice Axe Carry
Helmet Carry
yes, stowable
Snowboard Carry
yes, vertical, horizontal
Ski Carry
yes, A-frame, diagonal
[external] 1 goggle, 2 zippered hipbelt, 1 avalanche gear compartment, [internal] 1 dry storage
front panel, back panel
Hydration Compatible
Waist Belt
HDPE framesheet
[S/M] 1220 cu in, [M/L] 1343 cu in
[body] 420HD nylon pack cloth, [accent, bottom] 420D nylon

Tech Specs

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Great Pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I love this pack I've used it once or twice so far this season and it has really served me well, I got the red one and looks great with any color. I like to use this pack to carry extra layers, camera and other essentials. Ive only used it for lift-accessed resorts though, but it has worked great!

Best backcountry/all over bag

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If I could give this 10 stars I would!! Osprey kills it with this design- in basically every way. The material is so durable, without being overly heavy. I love that the back opens up to give full access to the main compartment, rather than digging from the top down in your typical pack. There is also a separate compartment specifically for your shovel and probe. There's a smaller pocket for goggles/keys/etc, pockets on the hip belt, and an insulated sleeve for your hydration tube on the shoulder strap. I have loved backcountry and resort skiing with this pack, and will use it year round for hiking, biking, and general travel. I love its super slim design, and there is still room for everything you need. As always, Osprey gives their bags many ways to adjust so the fit is just right for you. And their All Mighty Guarantee means if anything rips or breaks (no matter how many adventures you take it on!), they'll fix or replace any broken parts. Osprey is always my go-to for a reason!

Sufficient For My Needs

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Osprey has always been my go to for packs for good reason, the Kode 22 is no exception. This bag is big enough to carry the necessities but small enough to carry everything I need. The pockets are well thought out, I hate it when you get a bag that either has too many pockets or doesn't have enough, this bag was clearly designed by someone who would use it and not by someone just trying to get a product out. There is plenty extra webbing on the waist and chest buckles to fit around your bulky layers on days when you need the extra warmth.

While this could be used in other adventures, this is designed to be a ski pack. If you are wanting a pack that can be used it various seasons, this pack is probably not your best choice. If you want something that will carry your avalanche gear, food/water and minimalist extras, this pack will fit the bill well.

Great small touring pack

    This pack is probably the most well designed small tour pack I could imagine. If all you need is rescue gear (shovel and probe) water, light puffy or fleece, skins, and goggles this is perfect. Not going to take the place of a large pack for big days, however Osprey hit it out of the park for short days. really well thought out, high quality materials and great comfort, can't go wrong.

    Sick pack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This pack is ideal for resort laps, or longer excursions outside the gates. It's lightweight, but still has enough room for all the essentials, like backcountry safety equipment, snacks and an extra layer or two. The back panel entry is especially nice when you're hiking with your skis and want to easily grab gear from your pack without having to re-rig.

    A little to much for me

      Great features and thought went into this pack. I needed teh features like insulated tube and hand pockets but rest was just too much and requires more of an advanced user. But a really nice pack overall, just too much for my needs. Construction and quality is top notch as far as I can tell

      Can you carry a snowboard?

      Is the hydration sleeve internal or external and what sizes will it accommodate.

      how do you decide whether to get a s/m or m/l of this pack. how do you measure torso size and what torso size is the s/m and the m/l?