Columbia Bugaboo Specialist


Dimensions 23 in x 12 in x 7 in

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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You\222re ready for any outdoor adventure when you pack up in the Columbia Bugaboo Specialist Backpack. This roomy, backcountry-loving pack carries everything you need for a day in the backcountry, and includes a hydration system that uses Columbia\222s proprietary Omni-Heat thermal reflective material to ensure that liquids in the hose and hydration reservoir don\222t freeze.


With the crucial carrying capacity demanded by your most extreme ascents and all the comfy ruggedness required by your most extreme descents, the Bugaboo Specialist clocks in as our roomiest ski pack yet. Our advanced Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology insulates your hose and hydration pack to ensure your precious liquids don't freeze up when you need them most. The Versatile Ski Carrying System allows you to haul your pair vertically, as an A-frame, or diagonally. The beefed-up waist belt is ultra-cushy to handle the pack’s extra berth-it also has a security pocket and a stash spot to keep any extra strap length from dangerously dangling. The front stash flap is the perfect spot for a shovel, probe, or helmet-and it can also haul a snowboard horizontally. A fleece-lined cargo pocket keeps your sunglasses scratch-free, while a bevy of tote straps haul your ice ax, crampons, and extra layers. FEATURES: Fabric: , Omni-Heat thermal reflective hydration system, Omni-Shield advanced repellency keeps contents dry, Versatile Ski Carrying System – diagonal, vertical, or A-frame carrying straps also compatible with a snowboard, Deluxe internal organization, Foam padded back for comfort and support, Sternum strap with rescue whistle, Load-lifter straps, Reflective safety accents and zipper pulls, Dimensions: 23” x 12” x 7” Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Bugaboo Specialist


The Columbia Bugaboo Specialist is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 15, 2012 at

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