Ceres 38

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Ceres 38
Manufacturer Osprey
Page By Andy
Page Type Oct 10, 2004 / Oct 10, 2004
Object ID 1140
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Whether you're heading for a day at the Ouray Ice Park, attacking the Black Ice Couloir on the Grand, or doing a day at Squamish, you'll have everything you need in the Ceres 38. Dual ice axe loops with removable handle straps take care of the ice, while a removable framesheet and stay help support the weight of the heftiest rack. Three torso sizes and our fully adjustable harness system help you fine tune the fit, while the padded hipwing with gear loops rides comfortably on your hips.
  • Removable floating top pocket
  • Hydration sleeve
  • Fully adjustable IsoForm harness
  • Dual tool loops with removable handles straps
  • Upper and lower cam ski straps
  • Crampon patch
  • Shovel pocket
  • Excessory compatible
  • Three-point haul loop system

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Andy - Oct 10, 2004 10:59 pm - Voted 5/5

Untitled Review
This is a great pack for long day hikes. It's relatively light, has good suspension, is very comfortable, and holds all my gear (including 4 liter hydration bladder). I really don't have anything bad to say about the pack yet but if I find a shortcoming I'll edit this review.

redcell6613 - Jun 27, 2007 4:51 pm - Hasn't voted

Used for Ice
I have been using this pack for several years now. So far it has held up to the abuse, as well as being quite a functional little pack. One thing that can be cumbersome is the method that technical ice tools are attached to the exterior of the unit. They stay secure but get snagged if you have radical tools when attaching them through the loops. Getting my leash-less tools in are a downright nightmare. Other than that, it's my favorite pack.

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