Backcountry Access Stash BC

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Backcountry Access's Stash BC page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Backcountry Access Stash BC(TM) hydration ski pack comes with an insulated hydration system so you won't be sucking ice as you explore the mountain.


Allday backcountry with no limitsSpecs volume 2135 cubic inches35 liters weight 54 ounces1530 grams torso lengths 1722 inches hydration 100 ounces3 liter reservoir highlights stowable helmet carry system snowboard compatible noose ski carry system color available in all colors


You don't want to stress over whether or not you'll be able to take extra layers, your helmet, and all of your backcountry equipment with you, because each piece of your kit is vital. With the BCA Stash BC Winter Pack, you don't have to stress, because you can take it all. The stowable helmet carry system makes it easy to bring along your brain-protection, and space in the main compartment means there's room for that warm puffy and extra snacks. One trip and you'll understand why this Stash is BCA's best-selling backcountry pack.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Backcountry Access Stash BC Pack The SPECS Volume: 2135 cubic inches / 35 liter Weight: 54 ounces / 1530 grams Torso Length: 17 - 22in. Hydration: 100 ounces / 3 liter reservoir Highlights: storable helmet carry system, snowboard compatible, noose ski carry system

- Moosejaw

Backcountry Access Stash BC

previously retailed for:
$62.48 - $135.00

The Backcountry Access Stash BC is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 12, 2015 at REI.

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