ARVA Rescuer 32L Backpack

ARVA Rescuer 32L Backpack
ARVA Rescuer 32L Backpack
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Rescuer 32L Backpack by ARVA
The Rescuer 32L Backpack remains Arva's flagship ski pack for over a decade due to it's versatility in the backcountry whether you're skinning low-angle pow or tackling a bigger mountain in the springtime. It sports multiple carry options for skis, snowboards, snowshoes, ice axes, poles, and even a rope for rappelling. Like any backcountry backpack, the Rescuer has a dedicated sleeve for the necessary equipment required for touring.

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