Backcountry Access Float Snowboard Carry System

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The Backcountry Access Float snowboard carry system attaches to the back panel of any Float back, creating a comfortable and convenient way to carry a snowboard horizontally.

- REI

You're all set with your Backcountry Access Float backpack, with inflatable airbags in the event you get caught in a slide. Now you just need ... what is it you need' Oh, yes, your board might help. Strap on the Snowboard Carry Attachment for convenient horizontal attachment to your pack. Out of the way of your hiking legs and efficiently secured for a speedy, hands-free ascent, your board will be nice and rested for any gnarly line you have planned.

- Backcountry.com

Backcountry Access Snowboard Attachment DECENT FEATURES of the Backcountry Access Snowboard Attachment Allows you to carry snowboard in horizontal orientation Easily removable and adjustable Dimensions: 14 X 11in. / 35 X 28 cm Weight: 5 ounces / .3 pounds

- Moosejaw

No more dragging your board by a long leash or a make-shift rigging system, the Float Backpack Snowboard Carry Attachment from Backcountry Access installs onto Float series packs for a hands-free, easy snowboard transport up the hill.

- Mountain Gear

This accessory is designed as a horizontal snowboard carry system for the smaller BCA Float packs The Float 36 has the ability to carry a snowboard vertically using the packs current compression straps

- Bentgate.com