"The SCRAM is a sweet little bag for fast-and-light alpine climbing, multi-pitch outings or ski mountaineering." – Rock & Ice
The SCRAM is for Skiers, Climbers, Runners And More. Over countless iterations and hours of backcountry testing, Anton Krupicka developed the SCRAM in the mountains of Colorado by bike, on foot, on rock and on skis. For versatility on different terrain, use the SCRAM's All Season Kit (included with purchase). The kit contains a ski hook, ski loop, bungee cinch system, and an extra sternum strap.
- Includes All Season Kit (ski hook, ski loop, bungee cinch system, extra sternum strap)
- Versatile external lashing and configuration for all season use
- Easy cinch lid system for securing all gear inside the bag
- Large front storage for water, phone, maps, glasses, or food
- Optional attachment points for ski carry hook and loop
- T-HOOK Sternum strap system
- Removable and height-adjustable T-hook waistbelt for heavier loads
- Easy access pocket with water resistant zipper and keyfob
- Compression molded backpanel for structure and comfort
- Daisy chains for securing extra gear
- Optional elastic cording cinch for securing extra gear
- Volume Capacity: 23.5 L / 1434 in3
- Weight: 445 g / 15.7 oz
- Materials: Nylon ACE RIP with STS coating, Durable water resistant 4 way stretch woven mesh
- Ice Ax Loops: Yes
- Whistle: No
- Front Phone Pocket: Yes
- Reservoir Compatible: No
- Bottle Included: No
- Reservoir Included: No
- SM/MD: 25 - 40 in / 64 - 102 cm
- MD/LG: 30 - 48 in / 76 - 122 cm
Anton developed the SCRAM in his typical ultra-endurance, self-propelled style. One example is when he attempted a ski traverse of the entire Gore Range in Colorado. This is a skiing objective little have imagined and fewer have attempted. It's 64 kilometers of off-piste backcountry skiing with over 6,000 meters of vertical gain, frozen stream crossings, bushwhacking, blistered feet and challenging skiing. The route would take over 28 hours of nonstop travel. Not your average product test.
With a SCRAM prototype on his back, Anton started the traverse with friends Jason Kilgore and Chris Baldwin.
The Gore Range traverse consists of sustained travel at elevation above 12,000 feet.
Tony and Chris pause for a transition from skiing to skinning.
Untouched ski lines are a lot more fun when they are earned the hard way.
When the bulk of your career was spent running for over 20 hours what does ski mountaineering for over a day mean to Anton? "My perception has expanded regarding the possibilities of what I could accomplish on skis." The SCRAM helps athletes defy boundaries.