Ortovox Traverse 38L Short Backpack

Ortovox Traverse 38L Short Backpack
Ortovox Traverse 38L Short Backpack
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Traverse 38L Short Backpack by Ortovox
Just like in any other activity, skiers are not all built alike. The Ortovox Traverse 38L Short Backpack is designed for you if you like to go on extended ski tours and have a relatively short torso. The back system is significantly shorter to provide a more accurate fit, without losing any of the technical prowess of the longer version. This pack is hydration-compatible, stows your ice tools and trekking poles, and has plenty of room for your gear for shorter or ultralight adventures. The A-Skifix attachment secures your skis in an A-frame orientation, so you can boot pack with your hands free to help you. Ortovox included its usual features, so the Traverse has a water-resistant coating and a brightly colored interior that helps you see inside the pack, which is especially useful when your headlamp is the piece of gear you're trying to locate.

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SKU: ORT00AN
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