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Backcountry Access Stash Alp 40

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Backcountry Access Stash Alp40 Pack The SPECS Volume: 2440 cubic inches / 40 liter Weight: 55 ounces / 1559 grams Torso Length: 17 - 22in. Hydration: Nalgene-compatible system Highlights: side access, top lid or roll top, improved durability, Nalgene bottle-compatible hydration for easy refills and cleaning

- Moosejaw

As the largest pack in BCAs Stash lineup, the Stash Alp 40 Winter Pack is built for the most serious backcountry enthusiasts. With a removable top lid, roll-top closure, and side access, the Alp 40 will reliably stash your goods and let you stuff your puffy into the bottom without dumping all your gear in the snow. Get your backcountry equipment packed up in the Alp 40, your powder mansion awaits.

- Backcountry.com

Designed for guides, patrollers, and ski mountaineers, the Backcountry Access Stash Alp 40 is a durable pack carries the tools of the schralpinist's trade. Skis or snowboards are easily attached and there is a side zipper to access the pack when fully loaded. Shovel and probe fit in external pockets, the helmet sling is built in, and there are two ice axe loops. The top lid is extendable or removable with a roll-top closure below. The hydration hose runs through an insulated sleeve in the pack's shoulder strap. This prevents the hose and bite valve from freezing so you stay hydrated. For long days in the big mountains, the Backcounty Access Stash Alp 40 pack is good company.

- Altrec Outdoors

Backcountry Access Stash Alp 40


The Backcountry Access Stash Alp 40 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 12, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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