Jones Snowboards Higher 30 Backpack



This is a great bag. It doesn't look that big, but…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: received it as a personal gift


This is a great bag. It doesn't look that big, but you can fit a ton of gear in it! Love the helmet strap and probe sleeves.


  • Big enough to take a couple days worth of gear if you need to
  • Great balance
  • Looks good
  • Full of features


  • Zippers can stick a bit

I took up splitboarding this year and my wife, knowing that I desperately needed I new bag to hold all my gear, got me this bag for Christmas. 

I have been very impressed with this bag. It has plenty of room for all of my gear and everything is easily accessible. I really enjoy the stowaway helmet sling so that I don't have to wear my helmet during ascent. I also like the soft goggle pocket and sleeves in the back pocket for your shovel and probes.

This was a well thought out product (I'd expect nothing less from Mr. Jones) that is easy to use, comfortable to wear, and, so far, very durable. I've had a few other bags from some of the bigger names in the backpack industry over my 20+ years skiing and snowboarding, but this one beats them all hands down.

I highly recommend this to anyone who's looking to spend a little time in the backcountry, or even just on the lifts.


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Jones Snowboards Higher 30 Backpack

previously retailed for:
$100.93 - $169.00

The Jones Snowboards Higher 30 Backpack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 12, 2018 at

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