Backcountry Access Squall

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Backcountry Access entices you with its stripped-down, price-point Stash Squall Winter Pack. This beauty-of-a-pack cuts down on weight, but not on space to hold your gear for a full day of fun in the backcountry. .Features : A back panel access allows for easy-access to your gear Multiple internal organizational pockets hold your shovel, shovel handle, probe, and 2-liter hydration bladder (included) Freezeproof hydration bladder system with Outlast sleeve helps your hose and bite valve retain heat longer during chilly lift rides, and when you remove your pack so you have water to sip on during your escapades Ski carry straps hold your skis diagonally Best fits torso lengths between 17-22 inches

- Mountains Plus

When you don't want all the bells and whistles found in a lot of other ski packs, pull out the Stash Squall Pack from Backcountry Access. The simply roll-top design plus diagonal ski carry system does it all without adding features you don't need on this trip. Back panel access lets you get to your gear quickly without pulling everything out and the Stash hydration means that your tube won't freeze.

- Mountain Gear

BCA shaves the weight with the Backcountry Access Squall Backpack, but gives you plenty of space for a days worth of gear. Weighing several ounces less than packs that barely carry half the load, this day-plus pack has multiple organizational pockets as well as the included freezeproof hydration system. Skis can be carried diagonally and your gear accessed through the back panel (hallelujah) on the Squall Backpack from Backcountry Access.

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