Recently got a Variant 37 and been impressed by the quality and features but it's a tad big so was looking to back it up with a smaller one.
Looking at the new website though it seems that the smallest climbing sack Osprey do is the Variant 37 and the mutant 28 has been discontinued.
Why do you think that is?
For me quite often I like a small climbing pack for scrambling and day walks/scrambles and a bigger pack to chuck my whole rack in.
What's the ideal size for a climbing pack?
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