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Load Indigo Equipment's Reve Backpack and head out for the day. This well thought-out pack holds skis or a snowboard, hydration, safety equipment and more for a full day of out-of-bounds riding. The ingenious Lariat Ski System uses a retractable cable to securely hold skis in place and slides out of the way when not in use. Detachable snowboard straps are included for those that prefer to travel down hill on one stick. For all-day comfort, the Reve utilizes a thermo-formed back panel, contoured shoulder straps and a low-profile hip belt that evenly share the load. Aluminum stays provide stability and can be pre-formed to better fit your body. A clean exterior eliminates the long straps and excess flaps that often plague backcountry packs, making the Reve a clean-looking contender for your next backcountry day trip.

- Backcountry Outlet

Load Indigo Equipments Reve Backpack and head out for the day.

- Backcountry.com

The new Reve 30 by Indigo is an 1800 cubic inch pack that includes a huge Cafe Pocket for water bottles and skins, the Indigo Tool Box and the new Lariat ski carrying system. Volume: 1800 cubic inches, 30 Liters Weight: LG 3 lb, 6 oz; 1.5 kgNew, lightweight high tenacity nylon pack cloth Huge Cafe pocket for water bottles and skins (keep your pack on to yoyo) New Lariat ski system which includes coated cable and custom molded garage Adjustable pack divider keeps skins and water separate from other gear Snowboard compatible with removable straps Tool Box for avalanche shovel and probes (includes accessory pocket)Thermoformed back panel with frame sheet and aluminum stay New lightweight hip belt and formed shoulder straps Hydration pocket and port 2 interior accessory pockets

- Moosejaw