Arc'teryx Voltair 30L Backpack Combo - 1830 cu in

Arc'teryx Voltair 30L Backpack Combo - 1830 cu in
$1680.00
Voltair 30L Backpack Combo - 1830 cu in by Arc'teryx
Price subject to change | SKU: ARC00O5

Arc'teryx Voltair 30L Backpack Combo - 1830 cu in

While the Arcteryx Voltair 30L Backpack doesn't give you the go ahead to drop big lines on high-danger days, it does increase your odds of surviving a slide. This electronic fan-powered airbag sets itself apart from other avy packs with the ability to deploy multiple times on a single charge, so you can practice in the field to be sure you're dialed on the deployment process when the worst happens.The Voltair utilizes a removable battery (included in this combo kit) that performs in temperatures as low as -22F. This battery powers the airbag's centrifugal blower to achieve the same pressure and fill rates as airbags with gas cartridge systems, and the blower pulses air after deployment to ensure full inflation even if the bag is punctured during an avalanche.Going beyond the Voltair's airbag, this backpack boasts a capacity suitable for full dawn-to-dusk days in the backcountry and gear-intensive objectives. Arcteryx made it out of highly durable, seam-taped nylon that sheds snow and spindrift. The pack's suspension system features stable aluminum stays, padded shoulder straps, and a padded waist belt with single leg loop for additional safety. It carries skis and snowboards diagonally, or a single ice axe, and there's a weatherproof sleeve designed specifically for avalanche gear.

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