Mammut Freeride Avalanche Package

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Mammut Freeride 25 backcountry gear package is an ultralight backcountry package that will equip you with everything you need for safe backcountry travel | Package Includes: Mammut Pulse Barryvox Transceiver, Mammut Freeride 25 backpack in Black-Graphite, Mammut Avalanche Probe Light and Mammut Alugator Light Shovel | The Pulse Barryvox Beacon would cost you $450 by itself anyways, so why not upgrade to this package that will save you tons | All high quality Mammut backcountry gear at a great price

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

There aren't any ski patrollers or groomed slopes when you head out into the backcountry, so come prepared with the Mammut Freeride 25 Package. This avalanche safety kit comes with Mammut's Pulse avalanche beacon, Freeride 25 pack, Probe Light, and Alugator Light Shovel. Load your puffy, lunch, and other essentials into the pack's spacious main compartment, and slide all the avy gear into the organizer front pocket. Ski and snowboard attachments hold your planks on the uphill slog. If a slide occurs, the Pulse Barryvox transceiver features a 360-degree display and works for multiple victims. The Probe Light snaps out quickly, and the lightweight aluminum Alugator shovel helps you dig like a snow gopher.

- Backcountry.com

Mammut Freeride Avalanche Package

Discontinued

The Freeride Avalanche Package has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$476.06 - $529.95

The Mammut Freeride Avalanche Package is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2010 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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