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Osprey - Variant 37 Pack

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Stock #: H55KZ-
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Built for ski mountaineers and ice climbers, Osprey’s Variant 37 is ideal for mountain travelers who need a durable pack to transport skis and ice tools with security and comfort. 

The removable hipbelt has built-in gear loops and is contoured to facilitate movement and fit easily around a climbing harness. You can also remove the pack’s top lid and deploy the integrated FlapJacket™ closure system when it’s time to move light and fast. 

Other mountain-specific features include redesigned ice tool attachments to keep your tools secure yet allow one-handed access via bungee tie offs and side release buckles. Dual side wand/ice pro pockets keep critical gear close for an extra margin of safety. A-frame ski carry loops transport skis in the classic fashion. Three bombproof attachment points give you peace of mind when hauling. All zipper-pulls and buckles are designed to be glove friendly. A rear shove-it pocket gives you a place to shove an extra layer whether you’re climbing the skin track in search of powder or hiking to the base of an unclimbed ice route.


  • Glove Friendly Access - Glove friendly zipper pulls and buckles allow for quick and easy use in adverse conditions
  • Removable 6mm aluminum frame and 1.5mm HDPE framesheet
  • Webbing attachment points and reservoir hose routing
  • Adjustable sternum strap with whistle
  • Contoured for optimal fit and load transfer
  • Narrow cut to accommodate movement and climbing harness
  • Reverse wrap stowable ergoPull™ closure
  • Gear loop and attachment points


  • Volume: 2258 cu in / 37 L (M)
  • Dimensions: 29 x 12 x 11 inches (M)
  • Weight: 3.37 lb (M)
  • Capacity Load: 35-40 lbs
  • Main Fabric: 210D Nylon Shadow Box
  • Accent Fabric: 210D High Tenacity Nylon
  • Bottom Fabric: 210D Nylon Shadow Box

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including dimethylformamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to

Additional Information

Intended Use Mountaineering & Ice Climbing