Ortovox Tour Rider 30

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Features of the Ortovox Tour Rider 30 Backpack Access to main compartment: Front Access to main compartment: Back (Panel loader) Safety compartment Safety equipment attachment A-Skifix D-Skifix Wide ski fastener SnowBoard and Snowshoe attachment Ice axe and hiking pole loops Chest strap with signal whistle Helmet net Compression strap Hip pocket Bright inside Hydration system compatible Emergency card

- Moosejaw

With safety features like a chest strap with a whistle and multiple gear compartments, the Ortovox Tour Rider 30 Ski/Board Backpack is just what you need for a long day of ski touring. The Tour Rider 30 is the ideal backpack for long day tours. In addition to a separate safety compartment, the backpack is also equipped with ski and snowboard fastenings, front and rear access to the main compartment and an ice axe and hiking pole fastening. As with all ORTOVOX backpacks, the Tour Rider 30 has an integrated signal whistle and chest strap. The body-hugging cut, the load control cords in combination with the foam back and ergonomic straps make this the perfect backpack. Chest strap with signal whistle. Snowboard and snowshoe attachment. Ice axe and hiking pole loops. Bright Inside. Water-resistant zipper. Separate safety. compartment. Helmet net. Access to main compartment: front. Hip pocket. A-Skifix. D-Skifix. Compression strap. Hydration system compatible. Access to main compartment: back. MATERIAL: 450D Polyester + 600D Polyester. Available Color(s): Strong Blue, Crazy Orange, Black/Anthracite

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Call in sick and spend your day off work riding in the backcountry with everything you need stashed in the Ortovox Tour Rider 30 Backpack. This versatile pack can carry skis, snowboards, splitboards, ice axes, ski poles, and helmets externally to leave plenty of room for layers, snacks, skins, goggles, gloves, and more internally. Front and rear access points grant access to gear, even with skis attached to the pack. The Tour Rider also features a separate compartment designed specifically for avalanche safety gear like a probe and shovel, and the helmet net stows away during the descent. Zippered pockets at the top and hip hold smaller accessories like goggles, energy gels, sunscreen, or a topo map. Ortovox made the Tour Rider compatible with hydration reservoirs by adding a dedicated reservoir sleeve and tube port.

- Backcountry.com