ABS Vario 25 Backpack
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The ABS Vario 25 Zip On Ski Pack attaches to the ABS Vario Avalanche Airbag Base Unit to carry all your backcountry skiing gear. The 25 liter pack bag has a u-shaped top flap opening for getting to all your gear, and includes a mesh organization pocket and hydration sleeve. A separate panel-loading compartment closer to the base unit carries your avalanche shovel and probe. An SOS label walks you through emergency procedures. Organization pockets keep valuables and small items organized. External carrying options for skis, snowboards, an ice ax and a ski helmet along with daisy chains. Two main straps for vertical snowboard carry, diagonal ski carry, 2 set of extra straps for rigging on daisy chains, 1 mesh helmet holder all placed to allow the airbags to deploy. A great size for shorter days, sidecountry missions and more. Need more space, check out the Vario 40 Zip On Ski Pack. The ABS Vario Avalanche Airbag system is at the cutting edge of backcountry skiing safety. Available Color(s): Black/Orange, Grey/Green, Red/Grey, Blue/Orange. Capacity: 25 liters. Weight: 1.1 lbs (.5 kg). Fits on ABS Vario Base Unit (sold separately). Emergency compartment for instant access to shovel and probe. SOS label with international emergency numbers. Convenient XL opening to the main compartment. Practical pockets for valuables. Ski, snowboard and ice ax mounts. Helmet mount optional available
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
The ABS Vario 30 is large enough to carry everything you need for longer expeditions in the backcountry. The Vario 30 docks to the Vario Avalanche Airbag Base Unit to complete the pack. This is the Zip-on unit only! Airbag base unit sold separately.
Don't squash your crusty baguette or bota bag or leave your expeditionpuffy at home. Instead, take them with you in the capacious ABS Vario 25 Coverthat zips onto your ABS Vario Base Unit with dual-airbag system. Withcarrying straps for your board(s) and helmet and compartments foryour shovel, probe, and hydration system, there's enough unclaimedspace for gear needed on longer tours and other essentials.'