Lucky Bums Snow Sport Daypack

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Finally the answer for kids to get their own skis or snowboard from the car or condo to the slopes on their own - the Lucky Bums Snow Sport Backpack (20L) for Kid's! Building on our success of the original Snow Sport that introduced the idea of kids carrying their own skis or snowboard via a backpack, the new pack has all the bells and whistles you would expect from a rugged pack designed specifically for kids. The pack includes 4 storage compartments, 2 side water bottle holders, padded back for airflow, moisture wicking shoulder strap, removable hip straps, fully adjustable sternum strap with integrated safety whistle in the sternum buckle, durable kid friendly buckles and proven YKK zippers. All that and it can be used for school too!

- Altrec Outdoors

The Kid's Snow Sport Daypack by Lucky Bums is one of a kind. This pack is designed just for kids with all the features of the adult snow sport packs. Though this pack was designed for the snow, it is a great day pack for hiking during the other three seasons. Built to carry skis, snowboard, or snowshoes this pack is hydration compatible and includes a 750 mL hydration system to keep our adventurers hydrated when hiking The Slides at Whiteface or The Sun Bowl at Alpine Meadows. This pack truly fits small people. It comes in two sizes, Small/Medium or Medium/Large. This pack is ready for your next family adventure.

- UpsideOver

Lucky Bums Snow Sport Daypack

previously retailed for:
$50.00 - $68.95

The Lucky Bums Snow Sport Daypack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 7, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

If you're looking for a new daypack (under 2,000 cu in), check out the best reviewed current models.

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