ABS Vario Ultralight Zip-On 32

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

ABS Avalanche Airbags ABS Vario 32 Zip On Ski Pack. The smart backpack for full day trips. Fits on the ABS Vario Base Unit (sold separately). Separate emergency compartment. SOS label with internatiomal emergency numbers. Diagonal ski mount. Diagonal snowboard / snowshoe mount. Removable helmet net. Daisy chain for convenient mounting options. Ice axe mount. Hydrobag compatible. Compression at the bottom. Two easy-access side pockets. Valuables pocket. Front pocket, top compartment. The Powder 32l zip-on can easily be zipped onto the Powder Base Unit with TwinBag system (sold separately). Available Color(s): Black/Orange, Green/Orange

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Perhaps the most well-rounded option in ABS' Vario line, the Vario 32 Ultralight Zip-On Cover will work great for dawn patrols, full-day tours, and yurt trips. Just zip this full featured pack onto your ABS Vario base unit, and you're ready to venture into the backcountry well prepared for a full day on the mountain with the added security of an ABS bag in case shit hits the fan. A large zippered front compartment keeps your shovel and probe close at hand, while a large zippered compartment will hold your food, maps, skins, and GPS. Multiple external fasteners along with an ice axe loop accommodate skis (diagonal carry), snowboard (vertical carry), or snowshoes. This bag accommodates a hydration system and is only compatible with ABS Vario Base Units (sold separately).

- Backcountry.com

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previously retailed for:
$71.97 - $83.96

The ABS Vario Ultralight Zip-On 32 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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