Osprey’s new Reverb pack and revamped Kode ready for snow season

Looking to replace an aging backpack for this winter’s back country adventure? Check those two new offering from Osprey: the new Reverb and the re-engineered Kode.

Starting with the new entry, the Reverb is a funky and versatile option in Osprey’s collection. With diagonal ski carry or vertical snowboard carry, it isn’t just useful at keeping the small stuf f in one place. It does that too of course with microfleece lined pocket for the goggles, another zipped pocket on the front and rear-accessible main compartment. A nice detail is the insulated shoulder harness sleeve, to keep the exposed parts of your hydration system from freezing. The Osprey Reverb is available in 10L or 18L capacities for £65 and £70 respectively, in Pink Fury, Berg Blue and Black.

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Next up is the Kode. Not a new product but the Kode has been revamped for winter 2013 with a new carry system for boards and skis and now comes in three new sizes: 22L, 32L and 42L. While the first two are fairly identical in terms of features, with rear-access main compartment and tough nylon 420D construction, the 42L is more oriented at ski mountaineering/touring. It comes with an integrated Helmet pocket, up to size XL, a under lid rope carry system and top load access. All the Kode packs also have the insulated hydration tube sleeve and the goggle pocket.

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From the smallest to the biggest, the Kodes sell for £90, £100 and £120 and are available in Nitro Green, Hoodoo Red and Black.