Backcountry Access External Shovel Carry Bag

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Retailers' Descriptions

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When you're packing your bag to the brim while preparing for an epic backcountry tour, leave more room for other essentials in the bag's interior by storing your shovel on the outside with the Backcountry Access External Shovel Carry. Compatible with BCA's Float 8 avalanche airbag pack and Float MtnPro airbag vest, this accessory easily attaches to your pack and securely stows any BCA avalanche shovel, including the B-52. This leaves more room on the interior, not to mention it makes it easier to access your shovel in an emergency.

- Backcountry.com

Features of the Backcountry Access External Shovel Carry Bag Compatible with the Float 8 and Float MtnPro Vest avalanche Airbag packs Avalanche shovel models excluding the B-52 Reflective graphics and 3 webbing loop attachment points for easy mounting on the float 8 and float mtnpro vest Main compartment of your pack as well as easier accessibility to your shovel when riding (or getting stuck)

- Moosejaw

Backcountry Access Backpack Accessories External Shovel Carry C1513016010. The attachment allows for external shovel carry leaving more room inside the main compartment of your pack and easier access to your shovel while riding (or getting stuck).

- CampSaver.com

Backcountry Access External Shovel Carry Bag

previously retailed for:
$29.56 - $39.95

The Backcountry Access External Shovel Carry Bag is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 13, 2019 at Backcountry.com.

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