Black Diamond Dawn Patrol 32L Backpack

Black Diamond Dawn Patrol 32L Backpack
Black Diamond Dawn Patrol 32L Backpack
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Dawn Patrol 32L Backpack by Black Diamond
Pack all your backcountry gear in Black Diamond's Dawn Patrol 32 Backpack the night before so you don't accidentally pack a Hawaiian shirt instead of an extra midlayer due to a sleepy daze. Prime for early morning backcountry excursions, the Dawn Patrol backpack boasts an active, form-fitting suspension that moves with you when you're booking it back to the car so you aren't late for work.The Dawn Patrol carries snowboards vertically and skis diagonally or in an A-frame during bootpacks. A separate compartment stows avalanche safety gear, and the helmet carry tucks away during the descent. Black Diamond made this pack compatible with its Avalung Element and designed it with a back panel access so you can grab gear with skis attached to the pack. The insulated hydration sleeve and port protect your reservoir's water from freezing in low temps.

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SKU: BLD00E0
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