Cilo gear makes the best packs in the country! They are a Portland-based company dedicated to lightweight hard-core alpine pack-making. I love this pack but it is not quite the right size for me, I'm 5'8" and the shoulder straps are slightly too short. I am going to buy a size medium from them so am hoping somebody can use this wonderful nifty almost-new pack.
It has been most delicately used, on only two backpacking trips (a 3-day trip and a 5-day trip), seen no rain or major dirt or dust. It is one of their 60L v5 worksacks, black and yellow. Has a super cool modular strapping system which allows you to position and adjust straps any which way you like. External crampon/ kangaroo pouch is sturdy and would hold your crampons well, but I only used it for whiskey and fuel and it performed great. Strapped two ice axes on with ease. Pack also shrinks down to a super tiny size, making an extra summit pack unnecessary. I carried 50 + pounds in it easily (my girlfriend got sick and I had to take some of her weight) and I think it could carry much more. But the pack itself weighs about three pounds. It yours for $200 normally $265. I am near Tahoe now, but will be on the eastside and Yosemite over the next few weeks if you want to check it out. Mailing is possible too.
You can see all their specs and whatnot for this pack at the following web address. http://www.cilogear.com/60lws.html
Feel free to contact me with any questions as well. Have fun out there.