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    bcrider
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    For the really sick and twisted…factor in the specific weight for each item of your items. 😯

    Pack Osprey Switch 14 m/l
    Weight 2lbs 11oz
    Volume 900cubic inches 14liters
    Price $98 (on sale for $69 now on the internet)

    Personal Profile
    155lbs (fat)
    5’7” (short)
    Splitboarder (bad attitude)
    Torso 21”

    Region
    Sierra Nevada

    What’s inside…

    Contents for the Ascent
    Voile Shovel (I usually use their XLM shovel with telescoping handle but I used their larger scoop shovel for this experiment)
    LifeLink probe
    R.E.D Helmet
    Splitboard crampons (unless being used)
    BD Raven Pro ice axe (unless being used)
    Stubai boot crampons (unless being used)
    Basic First Aid kit (bandaids, guaze, antiseptic, sunscreen, lip balm, fingernail clipers, handiwipes, vicodin and ibuprofen, etc)
    Compass
    Swiss Army knife
    3 liters of water in MSR water bag w/hose
    Repair kit (extra slider pin, misc screws and bolts for bindings, duct tape, lighter, safety equipment, etc)
    BD Headlamp
    Anon Goggles
    MH Phantom Down Jacket
    MH Epic Shell
    MH Shell Mitts
    MH Windstopper gloves
    Neck gaiter
    Beanie
    Extra socks
    Bandana
    Food sack (enough food for a full day)

    (for this experiment I added)
    MSR PockeRocket stove
    Snow Peak double wall Titanium Cup
    Snow Peak small butane canister

    Here is the pack filly loaded with the shovel on the outside…

    …and with the shovel inside.

    My video camera and still camera are attached via a LowePro case with custom chest mount

    Contents added for the Descent
    One BD Whippet pole
    One BD Expedition pole
    MH brim hat
    Splitboard skins
    Sunglasses

    Contents removed for the Descent
    R.E.D Helmet
    MH Epic Shell
    Goggles

    Here is a pic of the pack on the descent

    In the words of the late Maxwell Smart…”would you believe” it all fits in a 14L/900cubic inch pack? 😯

    I really like my Osprey Switch 14, its big enough but not overkill for daytrips in my region and is small enough to take along on multiday trips with a large pack . 8)

    My only complaint is on durability. Its tough but not tough as nails…but then again if it was it would add weight. “Life is a series of tradeoffsâ€Â

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