Life-Link Rando X

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If you don't like carrying extra weight, this simple…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: clamshell
Size: 2200 cubic inches
Number of Pockets: 2
Max. Load Carried: 25 lbs
Height of Owner: 5 ft 7 inches
Price Paid: $110

If you don't like carrying extra weight, this simple straight forward pack is for you. It is well built. I have used this pack for 8 years of hard backcountry use and it has never let me down. It takes a little time to learn to organize your stuff but I carry all the required equipment for a long day in this pack. Hint:stuff your skins and lunch under the shovel in the front pocket. It is a little small for glacier travel and ski mountaineering but I still managed.

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The Life-Link Rando Backpack is designed on the less is more principle. A clean pack with fewer straps but loaded with all the features you demand from your technical ski pack.

- Backcountry Outlet

If you play in the backcountry all day, you need a bombproof backpack for all of your ski and snowboard essentials. The Life-Link Rando X Pack gives you over 2,200 cubic inches of carrying capacity without the floppy excesses that often dangle from less streamlined daypacks. Even when full, the full compression strap configuration on the Rando X Pack keeps everything looking lean and clean so you won't sweat losing gear whenever you lose it on the hill. The clamshell design neatly clamps down on gear and the probe and shovel sleeves keep exterior essentials from bouncing around. A hydration reservoir sleeve and tube exit port give you added expansion potential without the inconveniences of lugging extra water bottles. When you're ready to go this winter, the Life-Link Rando X Pack is the one to take with you.

- Altrec Outdoors

Life-Link Rando X

MSRP:
$139.95

The Life-Link Rando X is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 16, 2007 at Backcountry.com.

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