Black Diamond Agent AvaLung

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Free Shipping. Black Diamond Agent AvaLung FEATURES of the Black Diamond Agent AvaLung Large zippered front-panel opening New diagonal ski-carry cable for fast and secure attachment Hilo helmet holder, side stash pocket and fleece-lined goggle pocket Dedicated avy-tool organizer pocket Insulated hydration sleeve SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Agent AvaLung Type: Unisex 800d Ballistic, 420d Velocity nylon The SPECS for S/M Volume: 1,098 cubic inches / 18 liter Average Stock Weight: 3 lbs 1 oz / 1.37 kg Torso: 16 x 19in. / 41 x 48 cm Waist: 26 x 40in. / 66 x 102 cm The SPECS for M/L Volume: 1,220 cubic inches / 20 liter Average Stock Weight: 3 lbs 3 oz / 1.46 kg Torso: 18.5 x 21.5in. / 47 x 55 cm Waist: 28 x 45in. / 71 x 114 cm

- Moosejaw

The Black Diamond Agent AvaLung Pack is lightweight and streamlined with sufficient room for avy-tools and a few necessities.

- EMS

Lightweight, streamlined and just big enough for a quick jaunt into the backcountry, Black Diamond's Agent AvaLung Backpack is fully equipped with the AvaLung system which boosts your post-avalanche survival time from 15 to 58 minutes. When situations aren't dire, this easy-access pack comes in handy with a streamlined ski carry system, tuck-away helmet sling, and an insulated hydration sleeve and tube so that your drinking water doesn't instantly freeze.

- Mountain Gear

The Black Diamond Agent AvaLung is streamlined enough to ride the lift up for sidecountry laps, yet has enough room for avy-tool essentials on longer day missions in the backcountry. In the event of an avalanche burial, the built-in AvaLung increases your chance of survival by pulling fresh air from the surrounding snowpack. Our diagonal ski carry cable is ultra-secure for hikes, and the innovative HiLo helmet holder gets your lid off when you're really sweating for those turns.

- Rocky Mountain Trail