Burton Glacier Pack 36L

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Specs

Dimensions 22 in x 13 in x 8 in
Capacity 36 L

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Forget the lift lines and the used landings. Load your Burton 36L Glacier Pack with your shovel, your probe, and enough fuel for the day, and then head for the backcountry.

- Backcountry.com

From remote backcountry expeditions to gear-intensive day trips, the Burton Glacier 36L Backpack has room for everything and then some. Just as keen sledding as it is when hiking (it'll hold your board horizontally or vertically) the big mountain monster truck of our bag line will have you prepared for everything that can go wrong when miles from civilization.

- Altrec Outdoors

Attention Burton Snowboards Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.Description of Burton Glacier 36L PackGo ahead and slip into the void that is the AK backcountry with the Burton Glacier 36L pack and experience snowboarding at a whole new level. Its comfortable pack Compression System takes the weight of your adventure off your shoulders and carries it within its high-density nylon fabric. FeaturesPack Compression System tfbagsboardcarry03, tbbagsboardcarry0301Roll Top Main Entry tfbagsconstruction08, tbbagsconstruction080136L 22in x 13in x 8in 56cm x 33cm x 20cm tfbagsdimensions01, tbbagsdimensions0139420D High-Density Nylon tfbagsfabrication03, tbbagsfabrication0301420D Mini Ripstop Nylon tfbagsfabrication04, tbbagsfabrication0401500D Kodra tfbagsfabrication06, tbbagsfabrication0601Side-Access Front Pocket tfbagsstorage22, tbbagsstorage2206Hidden Stash Pocket on Bottom tfbagsstorage32, tbbagsstorage3201Dual Foam Cush Ergonomic Shoulder Harness tfbagsstraps06, tbbagsstraps06044.10 lbs 1.86 kg

- US Outdoor Store

Burton Glacier Pack 36L

MSRP:
$129.95

The Burton Glacier Pack 36L is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 16, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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