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Burton Rider's 25L Pack

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Built for the avid snowboarder, the men's Burton Rider's snowboard pack offers plenty of space for your hardware, gear and miscellaneous essentials. Padded shoulder harness, removable hipbelt and ergonomic back panel provide comfort for a long day of snow play. Vertical and horizontal carry options let you tote your own ride when venturing deep into backcountry zones or hiking where there are low-hanging branches. Easy-access internal shovel/probe pocket; fleece-lined goggles pocket; hipbelt pockets; side pockets for accessories or beverages. The men's Burton Rider's snowboard pack also includes a hydration sleeve (reservoir sold separately).


These days, it seems there is a different pack for every mountain activity, whether it be resort riding, touring, or snowmobiling. Do you think it seems pointless to spend a ton of money on every single variety of pack' If you do, and you're looking for an all purpose pack that won't break the piggy bank but can still handle anything you throw at it, the Burton Rider's 25L Backpack may be your ultimate choice. For your backcountry adventures, Burton loaded the Rider's pack with essential features. The standard vertical snowboard carry is offered, as well as a snowmobile-friendly horizontal snowboard carry. An easy-access internal shovel and probe pocket puts your avy gear close at hand, and an easy-access external shovel pocket frees up interior room if you need some extra space. A fleece-lined goggle pocket protects eye wear if you're not wearing it, and hydration compatibility means you can sip on the H2O without constantly digging around in your pack. On the way to the mountain in the morning, the dual side beverage/accessory pockets give you some extra space for that random extra stuff you may need, and if you are just planning on using the pack for storage and not riding, you can remove the waist belt to keep things more contained. If you do end up riding with the pack, the small pockets on the waist belt give you some extra storage that can be accessed without removing the pack.

- Backcountry.com

The name says it all; the Burton Riders Pack 25L is built for dedicated snowboarding. Whether you prefer riding inbounds or out, this 25-liter daypack is packed with features to ensure you're ready for adventure. The high-density exterior materials deliver durable, weather resistant performance for years of powder days, while the main compartment has plenty of space for essential layers and dedicated storage for your shovel and probe. The Riders daypack also features horizontal and vertical board carry set-ups. Run your board horizontal for sled access and vertical for booting ridges or steep chutes. The ergonomic suspension system handles a full load with comfort, while the side compression straps help to stabilize the pack when it's less than fully loaded. A fleece-lined goggle pocket doubles as your media storage zone, and dual side pockets accommodate your favorite beverage or other essential tools of the trade. Burton knows snowboarding like no other company, and the Riders Pack is your ticket to backcountry adventure.

- Altrec Outdoors

Burton Rider's 25L Pack

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MSRP: $84.95

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Dimensions 21 in x 12 in x 8 in
Capacity 25 L