If you're looking for a do-it-all backpack that can tackle backcountry ski tours in the winter, then turn around and join you for long days on the trail come summer, then the Burton AK Incline 40L backpack may just be the pack for you. It's outfitted with backcountry-specific features to help you get the most out of your missions in the mountains, starting with dual ski and snowboard carries. You've got a vertical carry for your snowboard, and an A-Frame carry for splitboards and skis. Once you're done bootpacking up, you can reach back to the built-in helmet carry and grab some protection, then double check the avi-tools compartment to make sure all of your safety gear is close at hand. This thing was built for the backcountry, but Burton took special care to ensure that it has multi-season functionality. No matter the season, you'll love its durable ripstop fabric and water repellent treatment when you're fighting up rugged terrain. The Aeropro trampoline back panel and air-mesh shoulder straps deliver lots of breathable comfort as you trek, and thanks to the hydration-compatibility, water-will never be too far away. Add in plenty of easy-access pockets, and you'll be ready to take on the mountains all year round.
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