Skimo Co

Ski Trab Sprint 2 Pack


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Everything you need and nothing you don’t. Besides being a pretty sweet marketing slogan for a utopian residential community, this phrase is also an apt descriptor for Ski Trab’s Sprint.2 Pack! This pack’s streamlined 15-liter design has all the features you need to blast your way to a podium spot, short of a jetpack or personal training facility at 3,000m. It’s light enough for running or cycling but also contains obvious gestures to Ski Trab’s skimo heritage, including a helmet carry, loops for skis and ice axe, and shoulder sleeves for soft flasks. Also included are secondary internal pockets to sort out the (hopefully limited) selection of extra layers that you’ve decided to haul along on race day, and/or the keys that might prove useful should you make it back down in one piece. A magnetic sternum strap also helps avert mitten-handed mishaps. For sprint races, vertical races, partner races, or an all-morning ski touring effort with your intimidating coworkers, the Ski Trab Sprint 2 pack will have your back.

  • Wrap-around style ski carry uses a plastic piece on an elastic strap that hooks to a metal catch on the shoulder.
  • Helmet carry unclips from above to admit your favorite head-protector.
  • Shoulder bottle pockets hold onto approximately 350-600 mL of water, sport drink, sangria, or other preferred race day hydration.
  • Pole carry proves useful on via ferratas or rocky scrambles where hands are otherwise engaged.
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Volume 15L
Access Top access
Hydration Shoulder bottle pockets, reservoir compatible
Ski Carry Quick carry
Shovel / Probe Main compartment
Ice Axe Axe loop
Stash Pockets Two waist pockets, one shoulder pocket
Security Pocket No
Team Tether No
Whistle No
Specs Verified Yes
Skimo Co Says
Usage Speed touring, racing
Notes Padded back adds comfort while carrying skis
Bottom Line Everything a race pack should be
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Questions & Reviews

Paul (downright abused product)
Been using this pack since my speedtouring started a few years back. Has its flaws but once you get familiar with them, you can live with them. Mine came with no strap/loop etc. attached to the ski clip and this made securing and unclipping the skis very troublesome. Seeing the clip I thought that it would be much easier to operate if it had something to pull it with. So I took a climbing skin rubber, attached it and tied a knot on it. That did it. Then I learned that this bit should have a strap attached to it from the day one :) Next bit are the side pockets. They cannot be secured and whatever you put in them - be prepared to loose it on your way up or down. So I rarely use them. I use the zipper pocket instead.
I also found that it hasn't got any flashlight mount. But it has a piece of thicker strap sewn at the back so I burned two small holes in it, put another piece of rubber wire in there and secured with knots on the inside. Perfect flashlight mount.
Apart from those issues it stores all you need for a speedy tour and just lasts a lifetime. I do 120+ days on the snow every winter (it is literally every day for 4 months in my parts) so believe me: it REALLY lasts forever. I burn through skis, boots, gloves, skipoles, clothes like mad but this piece of Ski Trab engineering just refuses to die.
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Alfredo A (used product regularly)
Wow, it's a shame if this pack is out of stock now. I don't think there's a better pack available for the price & was considering getting another as a gift for a friend.

I've put a few hundred miles on it both on & off piste and am really blown away with its quality. Lightweight, stable, very breathable, surprising amount of storage in a small package, and feels durable so far. The ski carry is also A+, as are the various bottle/snack/accessories holding options.

You can easily use this pack for SUL backpacking/ultrarunning in the summer and long-range MTB adventures as well...all in all, very highly recommended.
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Question from clarkboulder
Is this ski carry sort of like the earlier generation CAMP rapid race packs with a D ring that fits into a tensioned clip as they did before they adopted the u shaped race hook quick clip? Also Is there just one chest / sternum strap? That would be nice. Waist strap as well? Thanks
Answer from Emmett I

The ski carry on this pack is a wrap-around bungee with a plastic clip.

There's a magnetic sternum strap and a waist strap with stash pockets on either side. Gabe posted some photos below, as well!
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Question from Sarah H
Maybe a shot in the dark but has anyone at Skimo tried running with skis attached to any of these packs (this Ski Trab Sprint or the Sportiva Course seem best suited, although the Sportiva looks pretty heavy)? I run 6-8 miles a week with skis on (to/from the actual skiing) and looking to upgrade my current setup, as I just have a regular skimo backpack and it bounces terribly. But I'm wondering if these ski vests actually make it work (carry in a secure enough way to minimize bounce, of course nothing will eliminate), or if maybe the solution is to sew ski loops onto a regular running vest. I've read reviews on the past/present UD packs with ski loops (skimo, scram) and it's a common complaint that they don't carry well enough to run, but I can't find reviews on the Ski Trab Sprint or Sportiva Course. Thanks!
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Sarah, doesn't sound like anyone here has tried this specific use case. But this pack seems like it might just work well for it. It's got running vest style chest straps with space for soft flasks and a hefty waist strap. It fits snugly like a running vest and could certainly pull double duty as a running pack. The pack is designed to hold skis in a diagonal quick carry. There a few more pictures of the front of the pack and straps in the question response below as well.

Let us know if you end up using this pack for this use case, we're curious too!
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Question from Ryan D
Can you guys post some more pictures of the vest? I'm curious about the front pockets and internal compartments.
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Ryan, sure thing. Adding a few pictures in the responses here. Here's the vest/straps.
Answer from Gabriel I
The back, with a stuff pocket and a two side zipped pockets. The waist strap also has a zipped pocket on each side.
Answer from Gabriel I
And the interior with a single divider.
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Model: Sprint 2 UPC: 8050713224691

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