Looks can be deceiving, and although Osprey's Soelden 32 Backpack boasts a sleek, minimalist-looking style, it's fully-featured for backcountry touring up high-altitude summits or an easy-going powder day through mellow trees. It's the bigger of the two Soelden Backpacks, and it can hold more food and layers for longer tours, or you can cinch it down tight for hot laps before work. The front panel delivers quick access to necessary avalanche gear like a probe and shovel, and the back access allows you to reach the main compartment with skis or a snowboard still strapped to the pack. Osprey fabricated it out of water-resistant materials with snow-shedding padding at the back, shoulder straps, and waist belt.
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