Backcountry Access Stash 40

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Slackcountry, Sidecountry, Backcountry. It's all Stash country. The Backcountry Access Stash 40 backpack is full features for any winter objective that you can dream of. Built around durability and function, the Stash 40 features optimal helmet and ski/sn

- Mountain Gear

Features of the Backcountry Access Stash 40 Backpack Freezeproof stash hydration sleeve Removable floating lid with pocket Extendable top lid for overpacking Rope strap Height adjustable waistbelt Back panel access Dedicated tool pocket for shovel probe and room for skins Moisture drain holes Vertical SnowBoard carry Diagonal and A-frame ski carry Dual ice axe carry BC Link radio integration Compression straps Insulated shoulder strap Hydration sleeve Hip belt pockets Fleece-lined goggle pocket Stowable helmet sling

- Moosejaw

The BCA Stash 40 is BCA's pro/guiding/diehard pack for those carrying the full arsenal of gear. All BCA Stash packs come with a freezeproof stash hydration sleeve, "mud room" for snow safety tools, and integration with BC Link radios. Learn more about this BCA Stach 40 in the video below. Volume: 2440 cubic inches / 40 liter - Pack Weight: 3.1 pounds / 1410 grams - Warranty: 3 Years - Highlights: Panel access, hip belt pockets, zippered tool compartment, hydration sleeve (reservoir not included), storable helmet carry system, vertical snowboard carry, A-frame ski carry, dual ice axe carry, compatible with BC Link radio system

- Bentgate.com

Backcountry Access Stash 40

previously retailed for:
$136.47 - $194.95

The Backcountry Access Stash 40 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2018 at Mountain Gear.

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