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To streamline off-piste travel, this low-profile Covert includes an integrated AvaLung.
For a quick out-and-back skin lap or fast day tour, the added protection of the Black Diamond Covert Avalung Backpack is hard to beat. The small, classic backpack design holds the minimum--your safety tools--plus a built-in Avalung system, and the cleverly engineered and insanely comfortable shoulder strap and waist-belt system keep your compact load comfortable.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Covert AvaLung Pack FEATURES of the Black Diamond Covert AvaLung Pack Patent-pending ergo ACTIV suspension with Swing Arm shoulder straps Large zippered front-panel opening New diagonal ski-carry cable, plus A-frame carry option Hilo helmet holder, hip belt stash pocket and fleece-lined goggle pocket Dedicated avy-tool organizer pocket and ice axe attachment Insulated hydration sleeve SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Covert AvaLung Pack Type: Unisex 800d Ballistic, 420d Velocity nylon SPECIFICATIONS for S/M Volume: 1465 cubic inches / 24 liter SPECIFICATIONS for M/L Volume: 1587 cubic inches / 26 liter Average Stock Weight: Est: 4 lbs 6 oz / 2.0 kg This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Black Diamond's Covert Avalung is optimized for day-long backcountry tours, the Covert stores everything you need for day-to-day off-piste travel and increases your chance of survival in the event of a slide thanks to its built-in AvaLung. BD's innovative ergoACTIV suspension keeps the Covert AvaLung stable on the skin track or an aggressive descent, and the spacious interior organizes your avy tools, plus has enough room for lunch, layers and skins. When you hit the ridgeline, the tuck-away HiLo helmet holder and diagonal ski carry cable keep everything in check.
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