Black Diamond Outlaw

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Whether you pulled the dawn shift on patrol or are just gearing up for a day-long backcountry tour, Black Diamond's Outlaw Winter Pack equips you with the essentials you need to stay safe and have fun outside the gates. Load up your snowboard or planks with vertical carry options before the boot pack, and stash whatever snacks you may need plus a camera in your hip belt stash pockets. You've got your avy-tool setup and know exactly where everything is thanks to a dedicated internal organizer pocket, and panel-loading access makes getting to your gear a snap.


If a few laps in the backcountry, or ducking the boundary rope to access sidecountry stashes is your mission, then the Black Diamond Outlaw Backpack should be your daypack of choice. This 30-liter pack is the perfect size for a few essentials, your camera and lunch, and it has a dedicated compartment for avy tools. The zippered backpanel lets you access your gear easily without un-strapping your skis. Designed with the ergoACTIV suspension system, this Black Diamond ski pack rides comfortably, achieves an easy balance, and moves with you whether you have skis strapped on or you're slicing through the trees.

- Altrec Outdoors

A versatile, panel-loading day-tripper, the Black Diamond Outlaw features unique backpanel access so you can access your gear without removing your pack or while carrying your skis or board. The spacious interior holds a long day's worth of gear and featu

- Teton Village Sports

A deluxe all-purpose snowboard or ski pack with unique back door access, the Outlaw has plenty of room to comfortably carry all your day-tripping needs.


Black Diamond Outlaw


The Black Diamond Outlaw is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 23, 2016 at

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