Cerro Torre Davos 40L

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For serious backcountry snowboarders and skiers, this rigorous technical pack is designed for hauling a variety of gear. Roll-top design on main compartment protects your gear from sudden downpours and gives you easy, wide open access to contents. Pressure relieving anatomic shoulder straps make for comfortable carrying over heavy winter/alpine clothing. Behind the highly ventilated breathable mesh backpanel is the adjustable shoulder strap system for dialing in the right size. Mesh side pockets are great for smaller items such as a water bottles (sold separately), energy bars or multi-tool. Carry winter/alpine gear with dual ice axe loops and lash tabs--all are removable. Internal compartment holds hydration reservoir (sold separately) for hands-free drinking on the trail. Dual front snowboard straps with grippy accents firmly carry a board and feature 'quick-release' technology. Waterproof front zippered pocket organizes smaller accessories such as sunglasses, compass, energy bars, alpine tools and much more. Strap on a pair of backcountry or alpine skis with the side panel ski loops. Stash snow shovel blade, shovel handle, and probes in front mesh compartment, securing with buckle straps. Small flush accessory attachment panel provides extra storage capacity. High-density polyurethane (HDPE) framesheet and single duralumin stay protects your back from bulky or pointy items and supports heavy loads. "A" slanted, split hip belt design transfers heavier loads onto your hips and adds flexibility. Closeout.

- REI

Well-equipped for big backcountry outings, the Cerro Torres Davos 40L gives you all the best features found in the Porter 40L extended day pack with the added convenience of a quick-release snowboard strap attachment. A roll top dry bag entry design protects your outdoor gear and mountain essentials from precipitation, making it a superb pack for skiing and snowboarding in wet coastal mountain areas like the Cascades and British Columbia's Coastal Range. An innovative "A" slant hip belt minimizes some of the excessive fabric without compromising the fit or support. All zippers are waterproof and the overall design is rugged and compact. If there is a trade-off to these features and functionality, it might be the weight. If the load on the Davos 40L seems a bit too much and you can sacrifice some of the extras, the Cerro Torres Davos 30L Backpack will save you a couple of pounds. Anatomically-shaped shoulder straps and breathable back mesh panel Rugged internal duralumin stay Waterproof roll-top dry bag entry system Quick-release snowboard straps for carrying convenience, ski loops on side panel Easy access top pocket for essentials and accessories Ice axe loop Walking stick/wand loop Internal hydration pouch sized for a range of hydration systems (hydration system not included) Hydration tube exit port centered above shoulder strap harness Capacity: 2,441 cu. in. (40 l.) Length: 22.8 in. Dimensions: 11. x 9.1 x 24 in. Weight: 5 lb. 13 oz.

- Altrec Outdoors

Cerro Torre Davos 40L

Discontinued

The Davos 40L has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$74.93 - $154.95

The Cerro Torre Davos 40L is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen sometime before 2006 at Altrec Outdoors.

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