Backcountry Access Stash Diva

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Actually I'm writing this for my wife. I got the pack…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: top loading ski carrying hydration compatible
Size: pretty compact
Number of Pockets: 1 main, several smaller
Max. Load Carried: 10
Height of Owner: 5.5
Price Paid: can't remember...

Actually I'm writing this for my wife. I got the pack for her. She absolutely LOVES it for skiing.

It's the perfect size for her to carry some extra gloves, a snack, a hydration bladder and a few other sundries. It's low profile enough so that it can be worn comfortably on the lifts; and doesn't flop around at all while skiing.

But I think it's the ski carrying attachment system that really sold my wife on this pack. She HATED carrying her skis for any distance in the past (parking lots, hikes to bowls, etc.). This pack provides an easy-to-use, secure, diagonal ski carrying system that has worked perfectly. It has completely eliminated one of her major pet peeves about skiing in general. And if she's happy, I'm happy.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Backcountry Access Women's Stash Diva Backpack boasts an anti-freeze hydration system and enough capacity for a day in the resort or a backcountry tour. This pack also features a shorter torso and shoulder length to fit female skiers. Tired of your water freezing halfway through a powder day' Outlast phase-change materials in the shoulder strap store heat from your body and release it when the temperature drops, so your water stays insulated. The Backcountry Access Stash Diva Backpack's shovel and probe pockets let you arrive at first chair prepped to pounce on the powder as soon as the backcountry gates open. If your chosen line requires some hiking, use the Stash Diva's diagonal ski carry system and arrive at the top first.

- Backcountry.com

The Stash Diva is the women's version of the popular Backcountry Access Stash pack made for backcountry skiing. The Stash will hold your probe, shovel and beacon for day touring and short overnight trips.

- CampSaver.com

The Backcountry Access Stash Diva 1500cu in Backpack contains all the resort-ready features of the unisex Stash pack but with a shorter shoulder and torso length. The Stash Diva also arrives in colors that'll complement your shell and pants. Built for resort skiing or quick out-of-bounds tours, Backcountry Access stripped this chair-friendly pack of hanging straps and excessive pockets. BCA's Stash hydration system holds 70oz of water, and the hose zips conveniently into the shoulder strap to prevent freezing. Shovel and probe pockets let you arrive at first chair prepped to pounce on the powder as soon as the backcountry gates open.

- Backcountry Outlet

Save 30%-60% at REI-Outlet.com! Built for lift-accessed skiing and for the backcountry, Stash Diva comes with an innovative hydration system so you won't be left sucking snow. Closeout. Diagonal ski mounts carry your skis as you earn your turns. Hose and bite valve are neatly stashed inside a super-insulated shoulder strap where they're kept warm by body heat. Hydration is clean, convenient and out of the way for skiing, hiking and climbing. Includes 70 fl. oz. (2-liter) reservoir for hands-free hydration. Internal shovel and probe pockets organize key gear. Low-profile, chair-friendly design has no external straps and hoses, leaving nothing to catch as you dismount the lift chair. Specifically designed with a short torso length to fit women. Stormproof zippers and sturdy 210 Micro Diamond ripstop nylon keeps your gear dry.

- REI

Backcountry Access Stash Diva

Discontinued

The Stash Diva has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$43.93 - $134.95

The Backcountry Access Stash Diva is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 12, 2010 at Backcountry.com.

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