REI Fall Line 30 Ski Pack

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Ideal for skiers and snowboarders accessing the backcountry via lifts, as well as day-touring snowshoers, the versatile REI Fall Line 30 ski pack is your ticket to untracked powder. The 2010 Fall Line 30 features a large main opening and a helmet carrier that stows away when not in use. Main compartment provides room aplenty for probe, skins, food, safety essentials and extra layers of clothing. Zippered back panel entry lets you access your gear and hydration system even with your skis attached. Front zippered pocket is sized for a shovel blade, handle and other avalanche gear; includes ice axe loop. Durable front panel and Hypalon(TM) patches prevent damage from skis and snowboards. Skis carry diagonally across the front of the pack and snowboards and snowshoes carry vertically down the center; straps tuck away. Zippered hydration pocket is designed to accept most hydration reservoirs, sold separately. Insulated sleeve on shoulder strap stores the hydration hose to help prevent freeze-up and is large enough to accommodate right-angle shut-off valves. Lightweight spring steel frame provides structure and responds well to the movement of skiing and riding; ergonomically sculpted shoulder straps enhance the fit. Hipbelt snugs comfortably to help distribute weight to your hips, not your back; hipbelt features 2 pockets for easy access to small items. Hipbelt webbing system adjusts with a forward pull, creating a secure, ergonomic fit. Back panel material sheds snow and dries quickly. Compression straps help stabilize gear for security and comfortable carrying. Snow-specific buckles are designed to work well with gloves on and to prevent clogging with snow.

- REI

REI Fall Line 30 Ski Pack

MSRP:
$99.50

The REI Fall Line 30 Ski Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 2, 2012 at REI.

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